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Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha

A Real World Guide to an Unreal Life: Build More Muscle. Burn More Fat. Have More Sex

Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha by John Romaniello
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Every man has the potential for a great body, insane sex, and an unreal life. (Seriously)

  • Want to lose body fat? That's easy—you can drop 20 pounds in 6 weeks.
  • Want bigger muscles? Done. A 50-pound increase to your bench press, coming right up.
  • Want to be smarter? Not a problem—the strategies in this book have been proven to increase brain function.
  • Want an awesome sex life? Yeah, there's a fix for that, too—increased libido and improved performance are just weeks away.

You were born to achieve greatness, to be a man. But somewhere along the way you started to live an ordinary life. Fitness experts John Romaniello and Adam Bornstein developed a system that targets hormone optimization; their approach is specifically designed to transform you into the Alpha you were always meant to be. Strong. Confident. Powerful.

Based on cutting-edge, scientifically validated methods known only to the fitness elite, Man 2.0 provides a step-by-step road map to regaining your health, looking your best, supercharging your sex life—even reversing the aging process. The systems in this book have changed the lives of countless men who've worked with Romaniello and Bornstein.

In this book, you will discover:

  • Answers to all the questions you have about training and nutrition—and even ones you haven't thought of yet.
  • An easy-to-understand plan designed to work with your body, not against it, to burn fat, and build dense, rock-hard muscle.
  • A comprehensive nutrition program, fully customized for Alphas, complete with meal plans.
HarperCollins; April 2013
256 pages; ISBN 9780062220882
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Title: Man 2.0 Engineering the Alpha
Author: John Romaniello; Adam Bornstein