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Say goodbye to the chicken breasts, broccoli, and egg whites you’re used to. Now you can build muscle, shed weight, and lift more—all while enjoying delicious, flavorful meals with The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook! For over a decade, bodybuilding expert and personal fitness trainer Kendall Lou Schmidt has helped hundreds of clients, including many world-class athletes Say goodbye to the chicken breasts, broccoli, and egg whites you’re used to. Now you can build muscle, shed weight, and lift more—all while enjoying delicious, flavorful meals with The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook! For over a decade, bodybuilding expert and personal fitness trainer Kendall Lou Schmidt has helped hundreds of clients, including many world-class athletes and elite physique contenders, achieve spectacular results through easy and effective recipes and customizable meal plans, available now in this book. Her exclusive trade secrets for getting stronger and leaner are some of the best in the biz, and are available now in The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook.With The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook, you don’t need fancy gadgets or hard-to-find ingredients. You’ll use common kitchen utensils and inexpensive ingredients to make satisfying meals that boost your bodybuilding goals. Get the most out of every calorie you eat with these tasty and effective bodybuilding meals. Grow Stronger Use the specialized Muscle-Building resources that accompany each recipe Get Leaner Comprehensive nutrition tables help you adjust your portions Make It Last Consult weekly result-driven meal plans for reaching your long-term bodybuilding goals Eat Healthier Substitute unhealthy ingredients for lean, green, protein-packed alternatives Getting the bodybuilding results you want doesn’t require a bland diet! Enjoy recipes like: Peanut Butter- Nutella Shake * Pulled Chicken Tacos with Veggies * 15-Minute Beef Chili * Pork Chile Verde * Grilled Balsamic and Rosemary Salmon * Apple Pie Pockets * and much more!


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Say goodbye to the chicken breasts, broccoli, and egg whites you’re used to. Now you can build muscle, shed weight, and lift more—all while enjoying delicious, flavorful meals with The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook! For over a decade, bodybuilding expert and personal fitness trainer Kendall Lou Schmidt has helped hundreds of clients, including many world-class athletes Say goodbye to the chicken breasts, broccoli, and egg whites you’re used to. Now you can build muscle, shed weight, and lift more—all while enjoying delicious, flavorful meals with The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook! For over a decade, bodybuilding expert and personal fitness trainer Kendall Lou Schmidt has helped hundreds of clients, including many world-class athletes and elite physique contenders, achieve spectacular results through easy and effective recipes and customizable meal plans, available now in this book. Her exclusive trade secrets for getting stronger and leaner are some of the best in the biz, and are available now in The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook.With The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook, you don’t need fancy gadgets or hard-to-find ingredients. You’ll use common kitchen utensils and inexpensive ingredients to make satisfying meals that boost your bodybuilding goals. Get the most out of every calorie you eat with these tasty and effective bodybuilding meals. Grow Stronger Use the specialized Muscle-Building resources that accompany each recipe Get Leaner Comprehensive nutrition tables help you adjust your portions Make It Last Consult weekly result-driven meal plans for reaching your long-term bodybuilding goals Eat Healthier Substitute unhealthy ingredients for lean, green, protein-packed alternatives Getting the bodybuilding results you want doesn’t require a bland diet! Enjoy recipes like: Peanut Butter- Nutella Shake * Pulled Chicken Tacos with Veggies * 15-Minute Beef Chili * Pork Chile Verde * Grilled Balsamic and Rosemary Salmon * Apple Pie Pockets * and much more!

30 review for The Ultimate Bodybuilding Cookbook: High-Impact Recipes to Make You Stronger Than Ever

  1. 4 out of 5

    Heather Erosky

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Pros: -The recipes are tasty and easy. Normally, I don't like cooking, but all of the recipes I've tried have been incredibly simple. -I like the labels at the bottom of each page that indicate what the recipe would be good for (fat burning, muscle building, etc.), as well as the labels at the top of the page (good for pre- or post- workout, for example) -The information found in the first couple of sections is clear and concise. -The a I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Pros: -The recipes are tasty and easy. Normally, I don't like cooking, but all of the recipes I've tried have been incredibly simple. -I like the labels at the bottom of each page that indicate what the recipe would be good for (fat burning, muscle building, etc.), as well as the labels at the top of the page (good for pre- or post- workout, for example) -The information found in the first couple of sections is clear and concise. -The author gives sample meal plans before diving into the recipes. Cons: -When I read the first portion of the book, I thought I would end up spending a lot less on groceries. I spent double what I normally spend on a week's worth of food. This is kind of alarming to me, but I will admit that I bought some expensive items that will last a while (oil, nuts, dried fruit, etc.) -I wanted to see more images of the completed recipes. It was hard for me to choose items I wanted to make based on their names. I ended up choosing dishes based on macros instead. -I loved that the macros were listed for each recipe since that can sometimes be hard to find through other sources, but it would have been nice to know other nutrition facts about each recipe (for me, that would have been fiber, sugar and sodium content). tl;dr Overall, I had a good experience with this book. A few improvements would earn this a 5 star rating. This book taught me that healthy food is not always bland. I will not go back to the chicken, brown rice and broccoli diet ever again!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Robertson

    I have many cookbooks in my collection but none on the topic of bodybuilding. Given my inexperience with the subject I wondered if I would be able to understand and keep up with the lingo. To my delight I found it insightful and inspirational. The layout is very similar to most cookbooks that I've read which made it easy to follow. The first chapter put my mind at ease giving an overview of the process as well as things like listing the best fat burning and muscle building foods. I was very appr I have many cookbooks in my collection but none on the topic of bodybuilding. Given my inexperience with the subject I wondered if I would be able to understand and keep up with the lingo. To my delight I found it insightful and inspirational. The layout is very similar to most cookbooks that I've read which made it easy to follow. The first chapter put my mind at ease giving an overview of the process as well as things like listing the best fat burning and muscle building foods. I was very appreciative of this since being a newbie I could see how the subject could be a bit complicated and overwhelming. The second chapter was one of my favorites as it gives sample meal plans for the goals you're trying to achieve. The rest of the chapters introduce the surprisingly mouthwatering recipes broken down into topics such as breakfast, beef and desserts. Another detail that I like was that in the table of context where the recipes are listed they also include the calorie, carb, fat and protein numbers for each. I'm very much looking forward to testing out these recipes and incorporating them into a healthier lifestyle. I received a review copy of this book from the publisher.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Shroyer

    I got this book from the library in hopes of finding some good pre- and post-workout meals and snacks. I also hoped to learn more about what to eat when in order to get the most energy and replenish correctly. I found her labels helpful, letting the reader know which recipe works best for which goal. And I did save a number of recipes. But most were a little beyond what I’m looking for...admittedly, I’m not trying to be a bodybuilder! Some ingredients were hard to find or just beyond what I’d do I got this book from the library in hopes of finding some good pre- and post-workout meals and snacks. I also hoped to learn more about what to eat when in order to get the most energy and replenish correctly. I found her labels helpful, letting the reader know which recipe works best for which goal. And I did save a number of recipes. But most were a little beyond what I’m looking for...admittedly, I’m not trying to be a bodybuilder! Some ingredients were hard to find or just beyond what I’d do (defatted peanut butter?! I’ll just have the regular) but if you’re really active it’s worth a look.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    Rich people's diet book While the introduction makes claims on accessibility and ease, a quick look through the menus and recipes belies that claim. High dollar ingredients, complex menus that depend on having time to make multiple items for meals, and a focus more on the already fit who merely need a "tune up," this is not a cookbook for normal athletes or people trying to get into shape. Rich people's diet book While the introduction makes claims on accessibility and ease, a quick look through the menus and recipes belies that claim. High dollar ingredients, complex menus that depend on having time to make multiple items for meals, and a focus more on the already fit who merely need a "tune up," this is not a cookbook for normal athletes or people trying to get into shape.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jayrchase

    Good basic book with decent recipes... Would have given the book four stars, but it is NOT the ultimate. Just a good basic primer. Still... if you don't have a library of cookbooks already, not a bad addition. Good basic book with decent recipes... Would have given the book four stars, but it is NOT the ultimate. Just a good basic primer. Still... if you don't have a library of cookbooks already, not a bad addition.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Chris Hynes

    Solidly basic. A lot of pretty standard recipes, easy to make. If you're new to cooking, particularly healthy cooking, this book would be great. I was looking for a bit more depth. Solidly basic. A lot of pretty standard recipes, easy to make. If you're new to cooking, particularly healthy cooking, this book would be great. I was looking for a bit more depth.

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