Do the impossible - build muscle and burn fat at the same time! The ultimate goal of every bodybuilder and fitness enthusiast is to carve their body into an aesthetic sculpture like that of a Greek god. The keto diet is known for its rapid weight loss effects. For burning fat, it's superior to any other diet out there. However...can you build muscle on a keto diet? Well, the answer to that is yes! On the ketogenic diet you can use different strategies and training modalities to force your body to build pure lean muscle mass, without getting too fat. You don't have to bulk up for six months and then starve yourself during your cutting period to get ripped and muscular. Keto Bodybuilding will not only optimize your training but will also improve your health. It's the most sustainable way of eating for the individual who wants to stay low carb while still making some massive gains. This book can show you how to do it. Keto Bodybuilding teaches you how to:
Reclaim your throne of greatness and start enjoying life a lot more. The seemingly impossible is actually possible. As contradictory as it might sound right now, you can build lean muscle and burn fat.
©2016 Siim Land (P)2016 Siim Land
The author displays great knowledge in bodybuilding and keto diet. His English is almost poetic! I love it!!
The only thing is that the quality of the recording was poor. This audio book would be much more useful if it is published as an actual book.
Good over view, amusing coverage of the stereotypes while still informatively expressing a lot of knowledge and back ground of bodybuilding and the benefits of keto.
All the info was great, however the recording sounded like it was done on a cassette tape from 1972... The reader should really look at getting a native English speaker to read it as it was quite hard to understand at times.
Great book and I'm looking forward to putting the techniques and info to use
"Great subject matter but a terrible book"
I've been following a ketogenic diet for about 7 months now. I could write a few pages on the number of positive benefits that I've benefited from by eating this way -- it's literally changed everything in my life from my mood, waistline, hair and fingernails, energy level, memory recall, cognitive function, biomarkers, blood lipid tests, etc. I understand that it may not work for everyone but it has been remarkable for me and I'll likely follow some version of it for the rest of my life.
I also lift weights and have done so for several decades. I decided after a few months doing keto that even if I lost lean muscle mass that I could live with that given the changes that I was seeing on the diet. But, to my surprise, I found better gains via keto after having been on it for about three months.
So, when I saw the title and description of this book I immediately purchased it as I was hoping to better understand some basis for my own experiences concerning this subject. Unfortunately, the book was almost a complete let down for me. I nearly stopped listening after the first five minutes as it seemed that the audiobook had almost been published as some sort of joke. I got better toward the end although I'm not a fan of cyclical or targeted ketogenic diets as I believe that carb refeeds take one out of ketosis for too long and that this takes away from the benefits I believe are associated with this diet/lifestyle.
There are so many great ketogenic resources available and many of them are free on youtube: Dr. Volek, Dr. Attia, Dr. Phinney, Dominic D'Agustino, Dr. Wahls, etc. Even Jimmy Moore's book was quite good.
I really wanted to get something out of this book. For starters, I think the author would have been better served by hiring a professional narrator and to remove the various references to becoming "Greek gods" and similar "bro" messaging.
"Should of got a different Narrator"
The Narrator Siim Land is really bad and makes it very difficult to listen to.
"Returned this one"
The author REALLY should have hired voice talent. I can't even tell you if the book ended up being any good... The performance was not good at all so after several hours of listening to him talking about what a press is in lifting and the "Greek gods" of past (body builders) that we should look to because of their physique... I threw in the towel. I bought the book to learn the specific tweaks that I'd need to make to a standard keto diet. I never got to any of that after several hours of listening so I called audible to return it! My suspicion from other reading is that you need a bit more protein if you are wanting to build mass instead of simply a maintenance amount. Time will answer that since Siim seemed to have an issue getting to that point!
very knowledgeable author. helps sort out many of the common mistakes made during ketosis and body building as well as everyday life
"It is very hard to listen to"
The guy has good content, straight to the point. He explains stuff nicely.
But he has a terrible voice. Awful voice! I had to install some sound fx's tools (breakaway) to improve his voice...
very good I know a lot when it comes to keto and bodybuilding,, and have learnt a little bit more ,this guy knows his stuff very in depth, a few people on here complain about audio recording ,I found it ok ,I think it's just his accent he is foreign but his English very good, this guy is a very clever guy and will be looking for more stuff from him not keto or diet as he says it all here ,but he comes out with other stuff, I listen to about 4audio books a month and very rarely do reviews , so well done siim 👍
"Terrible recording, reasonable content"
The reader of the audiobook should never be allowed to record again. Shockingly bad deliver even if the content was interesting.
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