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Special offers for Hard Gainers and Lean Bulkers

john keifer

The man in the picture is John Kiefer “Kiefer” wrote the book Carb Back Loading which happens to be one of the best books as it relates to the specific needs of people looking to gain mass without adding a ton of fat doing so.

The book is $53 but it gets you into the Eat To Perform “Science Lab” for a 3 month subscription as well.

For $53 this is what you get:

  • Obviously you get the get the book which is in my opinion the best manual for people in your specific situation.
  • 3 months of seminars that help you dial in how to eat talking to real live people that have done it using the concepts in carb back loading as a template.
  • Once you buy the book email maggie@eattoperform.com and we will get you set up with all of the free materials from the Science Lab and then you will be able to sign up for classes.

Download Carb Back Loading using this link

The other option might be just as attractive

Buy your supplements through Simply Pure Nutrients.  For people trying to do Carb Back Loading in a Paleo friendly way SPN products like the Sweet Potato Recovery Fuel are in fact Paleo (ingredients are Sweet Potatoes and Eggs).  Even the whey products like Elite and Pro3 look like real food because they are nutrient dense with vitamins.  They are high quality products, with supplements you get what you pay for and these are the best for our community.  Once again email maggie@eattoperform.com for your 3 month free membership using the link below.

The link to purchase Simply Pure Nutrient Supplements

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3 Responses to Special offers for Hard Gainers and Lean Bulkers

  1. Kim P. April 5, 2013 at 6:12 pm #

    I was reading the CBL book and it talks about how CBL should only be used for resistance training because that is the ONLY training that opens up the tGLUT receptors. He said crosffit does not fall under this category because it does not open up your tGLUT receptors. Therefore, he says, a different diet method should be used. Is this true?? Because I feel like we do resistance training combined with endurance and HIIT. But I am worried that crossfit doesnt open up the tGLUT receptors so CBL isn’t working for me like it should. If you could please explain that would be great! Thanks

    • Paul Nobles April 6, 2013 at 12:38 pm #

      firstly let me say he isn’t saying don’t do carbs. What he is really saying is that you don’t need as much. This comes up a lot in the science lab. I write the nutrition plans for people that could potentially win the Crossfit games. So I am pretty comfortable saying that we do resistance training and the benefits of eating carbs work for us. Do we need the amounts he is talking about, that answer is no. That is what we do in the science lab, dial in these concepts.

      • Kim P. April 6, 2013 at 5:39 pm #

        hmm i see, thats what I thought. I just needed clarification. I will have to listen in to some of the science lab seminars. Thanks so much Paul!

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