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This program has helped thousands of women build their best bodies ever. Will YOU be next? What if you could build that hot “Hollywood body” without having your life revolve around it? What if you didn't have to starve yourself, put in long hours at the gym, or do grueling cardio sessions that turn your stomach? What if you could eat all of the foods you actually This program has helped thousands of women build their best bodies ever. Will YOU be next? What if you could build that hot “Hollywood body” without having your life revolve around it? What if you didn't have to starve yourself, put in long hours at the gym, or do grueling cardio sessions that turn your stomach? What if you could eat all of the foods you actually like and do muscle-building workouts that you actually enjoy? Imagine waking up every morning, looking in the mirror, and feeling downright excited by your reflection. Imagine being able to proudly wear the clothes you really want to wear and take them off with confidence. Well, you can have all of these things, and it’s not nearly as difficult or complicated as you probably think. The Year One Challenge for Women is a workout journal companion to the bestselling women’s fitness book Thinner Leaner Stronger, and it contains a full year's worth of workouts neatly organized so you can record, track, and review your progress toward the body you've always wanted. With this program, you can melt away up to 35 pounds of fat—including stubborn hip, belly, and thigh fat—add lean muscle to all the right places on your body, and double or even triple your whole-body strength. And that's just year one! So, if you're ready to build muscle definition and lose stubborn fat faster than you ever thought possible, scroll up, buy this journal today and start your journey to a thinner, leaner, and stronger you!


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This program has helped thousands of women build their best bodies ever. Will YOU be next? What if you could build that hot “Hollywood body” without having your life revolve around it? What if you didn't have to starve yourself, put in long hours at the gym, or do grueling cardio sessions that turn your stomach? What if you could eat all of the foods you actually This program has helped thousands of women build their best bodies ever. Will YOU be next? What if you could build that hot “Hollywood body” without having your life revolve around it? What if you didn't have to starve yourself, put in long hours at the gym, or do grueling cardio sessions that turn your stomach? What if you could eat all of the foods you actually like and do muscle-building workouts that you actually enjoy? Imagine waking up every morning, looking in the mirror, and feeling downright excited by your reflection. Imagine being able to proudly wear the clothes you really want to wear and take them off with confidence. Well, you can have all of these things, and it’s not nearly as difficult or complicated as you probably think. The Year One Challenge for Women is a workout journal companion to the bestselling women’s fitness book Thinner Leaner Stronger, and it contains a full year's worth of workouts neatly organized so you can record, track, and review your progress toward the body you've always wanted. With this program, you can melt away up to 35 pounds of fat—including stubborn hip, belly, and thigh fat—add lean muscle to all the right places on your body, and double or even triple your whole-body strength. And that's just year one! So, if you're ready to build muscle definition and lose stubborn fat faster than you ever thought possible, scroll up, buy this journal today and start your journey to a thinner, leaner, and stronger you!

30 review for The Year One Challenge for Women: Thinner, Leaner, and Stronger Than Ever in 12 Months (Muscle for Life)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Angela Froning

    I worked out on and off most of my life. A couple of years ago I decided I wanted to get serious about it, so I tired a personal trainer. It wasn't one of the most expensive trainers, but it was a lot for me to spend because I had never done anything like that. Almost 8 months later, I was down to 115 lbs (I'm 5'9) and looked older than I was because I was just skin and bones. I was frustrated with my trainer and when I told him I was unhappy, he started demanding nude photos of me because he sa I worked out on and off most of my life. A couple of years ago I decided I wanted to get serious about it, so I tired a personal trainer. It wasn't one of the most expensive trainers, but it was a lot for me to spend because I had never done anything like that. Almost 8 months later, I was down to 115 lbs (I'm 5'9) and looked older than I was because I was just skin and bones. I was frustrated with my trainer and when I told him I was unhappy, he started demanding nude photos of me because he said that was the only help me. I felt this was extremely wrong so I fired him. I knew I was extremely strong however, so I was not about to give up. I was amazed at how much I could lift and press at my size and the little muscle I (felt I) had. I knew something was wrong with my diet, but I didn't know what to do. I had been taught only one thing about my body - that fat was the devil, and I should do lots and lots of cardio to get rid of it. I never stopped to think about muscle until I met my (former) trainer and I was still pretty clueless how it grew, other than I thought you were just supposed to constantly lift weights until you couldn't move for days. Of course at this time I was 37 years old so I had pretty much decided that my body was just going to be this way forever and probably get worse. Yeah I looked fine when I had my clothes on because I knew how to dress. But I was deeply insecure and not ready to give up. So I started reading everything I could find about diet and nutrition. I found Mike's website after I'd started to get a little bit of a handle on the nutrition aspect... and the way he explained it, it just clicked. I also realized my "trainer" didn't really know anything about fitness at all. I started following Mike's workouts to the letter. I started eating more than I ever had as an adult. After the first 8 week workout he had on his website, I was motivated so I bought his book. I tried really hard, and I still do, to hit those macros but some days I just want to eat a lot of candy, what can I say. LOL It is 1 year later now. My body has completely changed. My life has completely changed. I don't find working out to be this thing that I have to go do -- I actually love it and get really upset if I don't get the chance to go get some physical exercise every day. I've learned how not to over-do things; how to love my body the way it is; and how to find more strength with my body and my mind than I ever thought possible. I was hooked. I am still hooked. I can now squat 185 lbs, hip thrust 195 lbs, and bench press 95 lbs -- all to 6 reps. I am now one of those weird women that is totally comfortable walking around a locker room naked. And I feel so strong, no one can take me down. I am also 145 lbs and look better than I ever did at 115 or even 130 lbs. Thanks Mike for making this so easy to understand. And thank you for changing my life. I will never forget you.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hanna

    Meh. I thought this would be a book about women's physiology, similar to Stacy Sims "ROAR" as it is claimed to be focused on women. However, the first third of the book barely touches the difference in physiology in women, and the rest of the book are purely workout plans. Not that they are bad, the plans are great and include a de-loading week. You also get links to download meal plans and the training plans. However, there is nothing special or unique or even new about this book. I was recommend Meh. I thought this would be a book about women's physiology, similar to Stacy Sims "ROAR" as it is claimed to be focused on women. However, the first third of the book barely touches the difference in physiology in women, and the rest of the book are purely workout plans. Not that they are bad, the plans are great and include a de-loading week. You also get links to download meal plans and the training plans. However, there is nothing special or unique or even new about this book. I was recommended Nia Shanks' "Lift Like a Girl" instead of this book, so I bought that one afterwards. If you want to pay a lot of money for someone to tell you to do the big 4 lifts, feel free. But it's overpriced and has no new information. You can get more info checking the T-nation website. I give this 2 stars because the workout plans are good and extensive, the writing is so-so and the content barely existent.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Forte

    These weekly workout plans are SOO helpful and SOO easy to follow. I thought it would be to much at once but actually its the perfect amount of workout in one day. Its nice you dont have to workout each day the book as 3/days 4/days etc a week plans. Perfect for busy working woman.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I am going on my third year using The One Year Challenge. It is broken into six different 8 week programs with 1 de-load or rest week after each 8 weeks. It takes away the thinking. This year I will use this with The Workout by Gunnar Peterson. I recommend it to anyone who likes working out and wants a straight forward effective program.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alice Luther

    Perfect for anyone wanting to educate themselves on pumping iron. I loved and got great results.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Aurora Leos

    A new and honest approach to weight loss Finally, the truth for once. Too many books on weight loss promise a silver bullet.... This book will inspire you.

  7. 5 out of 5

    H3dakota

    I didn't really learn anything new. It's just a workout plan, which is easier these days to use an app. Nothing about nutrition, which must go have in hand with workouts. I didn't really learn anything new. It's just a workout plan, which is easier these days to use an app. Nothing about nutrition, which must go have in hand with workouts.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

    Log book too large and not helpful, I made my own instead that was much better.

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    Brooke

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