Are you tired of books that make it seem easy to get ripped, toned, and healthy? Discover real-world solutions through one man’s journey to fitness and nutrition.
Do your exercise plans always end in disappointment? Have diet fads left your body back at square one? Chad V. Holtkamp has been there, and he’s recorded every misstep and victory lap to help you skip straight to what really works.
“Get Strong, Get Lean” explores a year-long fitness journey from personal turmoil into a healthier tomorrow. Through a unique fitness memoir style, Chad explores barbell training, intermittent fasting, and protein-rich diets. By detailing the highs and lows of his efforts, you’ll find your own keys to a sustainable, healthy lifestyle.
In Get Strong, Get Lean, you’ll discover:
– How to use goal setting to prepare for your long-term success
– What steps you can take when daily life gets in the way of your fitness
– How to diet without depriving yourself of the foods you love
– How reporting progress updates to a personal coach or ally can be your shortcut to success
– Why beating yourself up over failures won’t solve your fitness problems, and much, much more!
This inspirational fitness memoir is the standalone finale of the Home Gym Strong series, which proves through its ups and downs that you aren’t alone in your personal health endeavor. If you like actionable advice, honest portrayals of fitness struggles, and resources that don’t skimp on the food, then you’ll love Chad V. Holtkamp’s fit and funny guidebook.
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Alex P. Keaton was my idol growing up. I’ve always had that dual nature of being interested in business (numbers, wearing a suit, working in an office) while also being a creative at heart (singing/playing guitar in alt/punk bands, writing, and acting).
My academic advisor in college told me to learn a trade after I said I wanted to be a writer. Being 20 and infatuated with Goethe and the Romantic movement, that wasn’t what I wanted to hear. I wanted to be an ARTIST, not work in an office.
Fast-forward 25 years and the office worker has won out the majority of the time while I’ve still dabbled as an artist. Having worked for many years in corporate recruiting, I’ve always had side gigs, be it photography, playing in a band, DJing, writing freelance entertainment articles, acting, or voiceovers.
I live in Chicago with my beautiful wife and am currently working on several upcoming books while also commanding my day job and Caribbean adventures.