The Man Plan by Adam MacDougall
Lose the beer gut without losing all the beers
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I know its easy to put on a bit of a gut and we are all time poor. Well I'm here to show you how to eat more and exercise less and lose weight and keep it off permanently!
There's nothing fun about growing a pair of man boobs, having a bulging gut and feeling like crap. You'd like to lose weight but you don't want to spend hours on a treadmill. You don't want to eat boring salads. You don't want to count calories.
Welcome to my Man Plan. No BS – just stuff that works. I'll show you how to eat well and exercise for maximum effectiveness – in just 10 minutes a day!
It's this simple:
- 5 daily man moves
- 10 primal moves
- 1 weekly workout
- 50 recipes
It doesn't matter how busy you are, how old you are or how much money you have . . . you can lose your gut without losing all the beers, and still enjoy your favourite foods. Just follow my plan.
About the Author
Adam MacDougall is a former professional rugby league player. He won two premierships with the Newcastle Knights, and was a New South Wales and Australia International representative. Following his retirement from the sport in 2011, Adam channeled his energies into developing nutritional products to help Australians lose weight - including the popular Man Shake. He is an ambassador for the NRL, teaching health and wellness to school kids, and a regular health commentator across the media.
Lady Shakes28 April 2017I am very pleased with the results of the lady shakes, after almost 4 weeks I have lost 2 kilos. I was 72 kgs and hope to get to 65 kgs. I am going on holidays in the next few weeks which will be challenging. I am very happy with the product.
The Man Plan ReviewBy: Andrew McAlindon on 24 July 2015If you have a male friend/ relative/ partner who is struggling to get motivated to loose weight or get healthier then get him to read The Man Plan by Adam MacDougall (former NRL player) - or buy it for Father's Day. I like the caption "Loose the beer gut without losing all the beers" - so that might be enough to get a few men reading it. It's very motivating, uses a lot of man-speak and has a range of exercises that can be done anywhere. It has a load of simple yet delicious recipes that almost any man could cook. The focus of the recipes is low sugar, non-processed foods. I found the book to be a good read on the plane trip home last night. I'm going to try a few of the recipes, albeit a couple of the recipes are a bit high in carbs for my personal macros requirements. The Man Pizziola sounds particularly appealing as a lunch suggestion, which is a whole chicken breast with a rich pizza topping - yum! The case study of one of Adam's friends who was always saying that he was going to get healthier (but left it too late) was pretty compelling. The book won't add as much value to people who are already 5:2 / LCHF/ paleo experts, but if you know someone who is struggling to get motivated then this book might be just what he needs and could possibly save his life.