The Resistance Training Revolution

The No-Cardio Way To Burn Fat and Age-Proof Your Body - In Only 60 Minutes a Week

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About The Resistance Training Revolution:

Why everyone should make resistance training their primary form of exercise–not only for aesthetics, but to be healthier, more energetic and live longer, from the founder of the popular Mind Pump Podcast.

Appealing to the motivational, upgrade your life through fitness audience for bestsellers like Own the Day, Own Your Life by Aubrey Marcus, The Resistance Training Revolution reveals how weight training is the best form of exercise to burn fat, boost metabolism, and avoid injury and illness. This is the first authoritative, comprehensive guidebook from Mind Pump Media, one of the fastest-growing brands in the health and fitness industry.

Building muscle and burning body fat is often one focus and overall health & wellness is often another. The Resistance Training Revolution brings both of those elements together. Mind Pump co-founder Sal Di Stefano blows the lid off the same old “30 minutes of cardio a day” advice, revealing how to optimize your time spent in the gym–at least 2-3 days a week for the average person, following Mind Pump’s Muscular Adaptation Programming System (MAPS)–to transform your health in a way that cardio alone cannot. The book draws on the many recent studies and expert advice from MDs and other health experts (including many guests featured on the Mind Pump podcast) to show the superiority of resistance training for all aspects of health including injury prevention and anti-aging.


About the Author(s):

Sal Di Stefano is a personal trainer and co-founder of Mind Pump Media and co-host of Mind Pump, an online radio show/podcast that is dedicated to providing truthful fitness and health information. He is also the designer of the Muscular Adaptation Programming System (MAPS). Sal is dedicated to prioritizing health over appearance, and he aims to shift the direction of the fitness industry from aesthetic- and insecurity-based to one based in self-love and self-care.