A Revolutionary New Workout Program For Busy Men Over 30, 40, 50, Even 60 Who Want To:
In Just 90 Minutes A Week, Without Giving Up The Rest of Your Life Like a Monk Or Bodybuilder
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Real quick, so we don't waste each others' time, here's who this is NOT for:
Since you're still here, I want to show you:
How 'THE GIANT' Is Different From
Traditional Men's Workouts
Unlike most modern workouts for men our age that inadvertently build slow-twitch, endurance based muscle, and age you faster...
'THE GIANT' builds your powerful, explosive, metabolism-boosting fast-twitch muscle fibers, which are important for burning fat and slowing down the aging process.
'THE GIANT' uses a specialized form of planning called A.V.D. Training.
Most workouts for men today are organized around a bodybuilding-style "training to failure" approach, or High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.), or both.
Unfortunately, more often than not, for men over 40 who aren't on TRT, these approaches are counterproductive.
(More on that in a minute...)
Furthermore, what most don't know is that the world's strongest, leanest, most powerful athletes, Olympic weightlifters, sprinters, jumpers, throwers, and gymnasts...
NEVER train to failure and they don't use the modern versions of H.I.I.T.
These men train their fast-twitch muscle fibers -
The biggest, strongest, most energy-consuming muscle fibers in your body.
And if you want to be lean, strong, powerful and muscular, you should focus on training your fast-twitch fibers too.
Recent scientific research confirms this.
Before we get to that, according to the research, here's why bodybuilding-style "training to failure" is best left to steroid-using bodybuilders:
Modern H.I.I.T. methods aren't much better. Here's why you should avoid them:
Here's why power athletes like Olympic Weightlifters, sprinters, jumpers, throwers, and gymnasts are lean and why you too should focus on training your fast-twitch fibers (according to the research):
A.V.D. Training Targets Your Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers.
A = Autoregulation.
Autoregulation is the self-management of your work output based upon your current “state” - psychological, emotional, and physical.
This changes for most on a daily basis, similar to waves on the ocean.
It also means you'll rest between sets in an "organic" fashion, based on your energy levels, so you manage fatigue and ensure you're using as many of your fast-twitch muscle fibers in each set of each workout as possible.
V = Variable Loading.
Variable Loading is a form of overload where there seems to be no relationship between the weight, the sets, and the reps. Especially when compared to the common western approach of progressive overload.
(Recall "progressive overload" is adding a little more load to the exercise - weight, or reps, in each workout.)
In the 1970s, Soviet sports scientists found variable loading yielded a 61% increase in strength over traditional, linear progressive overload.
Variable Loading is accomplished through both the programming structure and autoregulating your rest periods.
D = Density.
Density is the amount of work performed in a given period of time. It is often measured as more work in the same time, or the same amount of work in less time.
Most guys burn out quickly on traditional density training because it's based on progressive overload - doing more sets each time.
When combine Autoregulation, Variable Loading, and Density, you will make faster progress, for longer, without burning out.
'THE GIANT' delivers results. Here's what other guys just like you have said about it:
Plus, there's a 135 page, 200,000+ view, 3000+ response thread over at the StrongFirst forum about it:
- Find a pair of dumbbells or kettlebells, or even a barbell weight that allows you to perform a near all out effort at about 10 reps.
- Rest 10 minutes.
- Then set your timer for 20 minutes and perform as many sets of 5 reps as you can.
- Rest enough to be able to complete every rep of every set.
- See if you don't feel a strange mix between pumped, sweaty, with an elevated heart rate when you're done.
'THE GIANT' is actually FIVE different Clean + Press Strength and Conditioning Programs.
Most men start with 1.0 or 3.0.
Here's what's you get inside:
BONUS #1: Barbell Clean + Press Quick Start
Here's the fastest way to get your barbell Clean + Press up and running without jacking up shoulders or lower back:
BONUS #2: Dumbbell Clean + Press Quick Start
Here's the fastest way to get your dumbbell Clean + Press up and running without jacking up shoulders or lower back:
BONUS #3: Kettlebell Clean + Press Deep Dive
After 20+ years, kettlebells are no longer a fad. They're one of the most popular pieces of home gym equipment peri- and post-Pandemic. Here are the secrets to using them safely:
For the Kettlebell Clean, you'll discover how to:
For the Kettlebell Press, you'll discover how to:
Let's do a quick recap of all you're getting today:
Total Value: $592
Less Than $20.
I'm so sure that you'll get "Extra Strength" on your Clean & Presses AND actually SEE a visible difference in your body in the next 30 days, like all the other guys that have used this program, that if for some strange reason you don't, I'll happily refund you your purchase price.
Simply send me an email showing me your training journal and we'll part friends. Deal?
Each workout is 20 to 30 minutes long. You decide.
There are FIVE programs and each is 4 weeks long - so 20 weeks - almost 5 months worth of programs.
A barbell, dumbbells, kettlebells, or even a sandbag that you can Clean & Press for a max of about 10 times. You can also use just one dumbbell or kettlebell at a time but you'll still need to Clean & Press it 5 or 10 times.
Great question. Depends on two things: (1) What you have at your disposal; and (2) What implement you feel most comfortable with. Personally, I like the barbell and kettlebells. All 4 implements will have a different feel and a slightly different demand on your body. If you want a really good time, rotate among the implements.
A Pair. They create greater systemic demand and therefore faster, more noticeable results. However, that being said, if you have noticeable asymmetries between sides, then I'd go with a single implement and start on the strong side, then move to the stronger side, to equalize them.
No, you can use mixed-matched weights.
Yes. John Grahill is over 50. Jim Lauerman, another customer, is in his early 70s. He loves 'THE GIANT.' It worked for them, it'll work for you. Incidentally, I'm in my late 40s, and these types of programs seem to work BETTER for me the older I get. They seem to work better for my recovery.
You can have a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. I fully expect you to see similar gains to all the other men over 40, 50, and even 60. If for some strange reason you don't - email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your training log showing me your lack of progress, and I'll happily refund you and we'll part friends.
Thanks for reading this letter.
I hope you decide you're ready to take me up on my offer and grab THE GIANT programs today.
Geoff Neupert has been training people from all walks of life since 1993.
He’s a subject matter expert in kettlebell training and was a Master Instructor with two different kettlebell instructor certifications - the RKC (Russian Kettlebell Challenge) and StrongFirst. He was also the StrongFirst Education Manager from 2013-2014.
He has travelled the world teaching others how to become kettlebell instructors and has taught his own intermediate and advanced kettlebell workshops.
He’s the author of Kettlebell Muscle, and the co-author of Original Strength, Original Strength Performance, and Pressing RESET: Original Strength Reloaded.
Geoff is the co-creator of Original Strength Systems, a movement restoration company called, which helps people restore and rebuild their ability to move like a kid again, and taught that system all over the world too.
Geoff is a former Division 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach at Rutgers University where he trained athletes from 26 different teams. He also is a former National Qualifier and State Champion in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting.
He’s married to a beautiful woman and has two kids.
DISCLAIMER: Due to recent statements from the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC), I must disclose what “typical” results using these programs will be. The results expressed in this letter are the results of one man, the results of others who have used the program, and my results as a professional coach, who's trained people for almost 30 years. You should not expect you will experience the exact same results, as we are all different people. Different people have different results. Just good common sense. Back to the FTC: Typically, the average person will become really excited after reading this letter and will purchase this product thinking it’s some sort of magical pill. They will either never print out the programs and do them, or do one workout and think it’s “too har-d-d-d” (said in the best whiney voice ever) and abandon their attempts. So, the typical, average person will do nothing and “hope” for change. So their results will be zero. Your results, should you wish to “not be typical,” or "not be average," are completely dependent on your ability to actually do the work, as written in the programs - not your "interpretation" of the programs - and follow through. Again, this is not a magic bullet. Unicorns do not exist. And there is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
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