Lean, Strong and Long- "Build the Body You Want, Play the Golf of Your Life"
There is a new golf fitness e-book out that is sure to capture the interest of a lot of golfers. It's called Lean, Strong and Long and it combines the talents of Craig Ballantyne (one of the foremost experts on fat loss) with Susan Hill (golf fitness expert and founder of Fitness for Golf) and they promise to "give you the body of your dreams and allow you to play the golf of your life." The 7 bonuses that you get when you order it are worth the price of the e-book!
According to Susan, "Craig and I teamed up to bring you the most advanced rapid fat loss system ever developed!
Our rapid fat loss, build lean muscle program will work for you, if…
* You are significantly overweight and want to get in shape
* If you are feeling weak, tired and frustrated with your energy levels on or off the course
* Are a competitive junior or collegiate golfer in need of important muscle gain
* You are male or female who wants more out of your game and aren't afraid to ask"
About the Program:
This rapid fat loss program has been designed for simplicity! In the e-book, you'll find easy to follow exercise instructions, exact sets and reps, beginning and ending exercise photos and step by step progressions to get the just the body you want to look and play your very best.
Lean, Strong, and Long is the perfect combination of both strength training and interval cardio training.
With this program, you'll burst through your past fat loss plateaus. The reason for your success? Intensity. This isn't another one of those 60-minute cardio programs that turn you into a skinny-fat guy. Lean, Strong, and Long is more effective and more efficient. This is the program that is going to build you that coveted lean athletic body.
You'll get maximum results in minimum time by increasing your intensity in your workouts. Forget about long, slow workouts. Who has time for that? Instead, with only three 40-minute sessions per week (that's just 2 hours total!), you'll burn fat, build muscle and sculpt your body to help you look great and play better on the course.
Golf Performance Facts You Should Know
Golf Performance Fact 1- A lean, fit golfer will outperform a weak, out of shape, lethargic golfer in any round, in any competition, on any day and in every instance.
Golf Performance Fact 2 - You do not have to work out in the gym for more than 1 hour on any day or at any time in order to maximize your results and achieve your dreams.
Golf Performance Fact 3 - If you want to maximize your metabolism, and get defined arms, abs, and legs, then you must include strength training in your fat loss workout. High intensity strength training with interval based short duration cardio helps protect your lean muscle mass, which you are almost certain to lose on traditional diet and exercise programs.
Check out the Incredible Bonuses that you get when you order the Lean, Strong and Long E-Book
Bonus 1: Craig Ballantyne's Ultimate Guide to Nutrition for Men and Women
Bonus 2: Kevin Gianni's Excuse Busters
Bonus 3: Stephen Ladd's Tap In Golf
Bonus 4: Susan Hill's 5 of the Most Common Mental Faults and Fixes
Bonus 5: Tracy Reed's The Art of Focus
Bonus 6: Troy Anderson's Laying the Foundation for PAIN FREE GOLF
Bonus 7: The Quick Swing Fix Checklist
Click here to check out Lean, Strong and Long
About the authors:
Craig Ballantyne is a world-renowned Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and author of too-many-articles-to-count in magazines such as Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Oxygen, Maximum Fitness, and Muscle and Fitness Hers.
Susan Hill, founder of Fitness for Golf, is a nationally recognized golf fitness trainer
and writer for many magazines you may be familiar with like Golf
Illustrated, Resort Living, SELF magazine, Travel Golf and a long list
of others. You may have also seen or heard her on ESPN or the Junior
She understands the performance needs of golfers, but also has a long history of helping them achieve the body of their dreams. In fact, she has affected the lives and health and well being of over 10,000 golfers in 22 different countries.