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Did you know that the way you’re training right now actually making your belly appear bigger and your shoulders appear smaller? Open up a bodybuilding or powerlifting magazine and you’ll see guys with belly’s – there may be abs covering said belly, but their waist still pops out in front of their chest. If you’re doing squats and deadlifts, and even leg presses, bench presses, and bent over rows, you’re well on your way to creating the same kind of body (NOT A GOOD THING). However, you can build the V Shaped Torso without dieting or cutting, simply by changing the way you workout. There’s a different way to do things that will get you the shape you want, and the muscle you seem to be unable to build, of course, it’s an out of the box approach, something even I was resistant to as it basically flies in the face of everything you’ll read in bodybuilding mags… When most guys start training they work one body part a day for 5 days in a week. Some are smart, they build a base by training 3 days a week, doing full body workouts...


If you’re like me and have always struggled to build muscle and gain weight I’ve got some bad news for you. If you keep doing what you’re doing right now you’ll never gain any significant size or strength. That’s because you’re a hardgainer. A hardgainer CAN’T do what everyone else does and expect the same results. We don’t have the genetics for it. It’s always going to be very difficult for us to build muscle if we keep making these same mistakes over and over again. Using the same weights for the same number of reps does absolutely nothing to force your body to adapt. You’re just spinning your wheels and wasting your time. If your program doesn’t allow for consistent strength gains on a regular basis you’ll never build any serious muscle. But what if you planned your workouts in a way that you could train each muscle group 104 times per year instead of 52? Two times the growth stimulus would certainly lead to a hell of a lot faster results. The total weekly training volume they use will kill the steroid free, skinny guy who...


Now, imagine what it would be like to have the POWER, STRENGTH, and ENERGY you need to train ALL-OUT in the gym, with the confidence that you are making progress each and every workout. Can you FEEL your muscles contracting through every rep? Feel your muscles get harder and STRONGER. If you can see the image and feel that feeling of Raw Power, then you are just seconds away from actually getting those results you wanted for so long. You see... There's a RIGHT WAY to train for your body type and there's a WRONG WAY to train for your body type. I can GUARANTEE you that 99.97% of the muscle-building programs available are designed for hard-gainer men. This means only skinny males will heed the results. And, chances are you have probably invested in some of those programs and in the end, were left disappointed with the lack of results... My name is Karen Sessions and I've been where you are... I was also stuck with my dieting and training and became COMPLETELY frustrated from not getting ANY results, despite ALL the hard work I put in. I even read ALL the popular bodybuilding magazines...


The Bikini Guidebook is Your Step by Step Workout Plan to Help You Look and Feel Your Best for Bikini Season.. or Any Season! In 2010 when I became a personal trainer I did it because I felt like I had a secret I needed to share with the world. I had JUST transformed my body in a way I never thought possible. So I know what it’s like to want it BADLY, but feel like no matter what, it wasn’t going to be possible to achieve it. But I did, which is why I want to help you… Then in 2012 and 2013 I did a few bikini competitions. I got myself down to 14% body fat with clean eating, lifting and cardio and I knew I wanted to help others get healthy and lose fat too, so I wrote down every one of my workouts to put together a plan for you. The key is to be consistent and with this program, you can do that. You can workout from home in a pinch. You will always have a plan written out for you. You can arrange your workouts ahead of time, each week, so that...