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CRACKING YOUR CALORIE CODE GIVES YOU ANSWERS BASED ON THE L ATEST SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH so you can finally become permanently fit and healthy,stopping the yo-yo once and for all . Science now shows evidence that traditional strength training is surprisingly ineffective, producing disappointing results in proportion to the amount of time required. Recent studies have also revealed that almost everything we know about nutrition is wrong. This book will give you the edge and the answers to finally deliver the success you have been seeking. Cracking your Calorie Code encompasses many aspects of fitness and fat loss to truly deliver the results you have been after for so long. specific instructions and answers to many different topics are within these pages. Topics include: Ab Cracking your METABOLIC code Cracking your BODY TYPE code Cracking your HUNGER code Cracking your STRENGTH code Cracking your CRAVINGS code Cracking your CARDIO code Cracking your MENTAL code Cracking your FITNESS PLATEAU code Cracking your FAT BURNING code Cracking your FLEXIBILITY code ouT The auThoR PJ has been a personal trainer and nutrition counselor since 1987. All of his strength training methods, nutrition information, and cardio protocols are derived from the latest scientific research and inspired by thousands of questions he has received from his clients and weekly radio talk show listeners. PJ’s clients were his first guinea pigs in his own exercise method development. The methods proved so effective that PJ opened his first personal training studio in 1998 called the X Gym. since its inception, the X Gym has continued to expand exponentially, fueled by the efficient workouts, and spread almost exclusively by word-of-mouth testimony from satisfied clients. The X Gyms have been featured on local and national media over the years because of their innovative concepts and short workout sessions. PJ’s articles have been published locally and nationally. his most recent work was in 2007 as a contributing author to the book 101 Great Ways To Improve your health. C o v e R d e s I G n : s a R a h b y l s m a d a v i n c i ’s v i t r u v e c o u r t e s y o f l u c v i a t o u r.

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