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Rather than doing the traditional search for a workout program, I decided to search clickbank.com to see which programs were selling the most. I figured the programs that were selling the most books were probably going to be the best options for my goals.... I couldn't have been further away from reality. Some of the top 10 selling programs have nothing to do with fat burning, weight loss, or defining abs.
So I started reviewing Mike Geary's program with a lot of skeptism. What drew me to his book was the fact that he was a certified nutritionist and personal trainer (pretty good combo in my book). Since I travel a lot for my job, I wanted a program that would work both in the gym and in my hotel room if need be... in other words, I was looking for a program that would work with weights or without.
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