I recently received a copy of David De Las Morenas’ new course, ‘Body of a Beast’ having reviewed and shared my thoughts on a few of David’s previous books – both Book of Alpha and Confidence Hacks (which hit the Amazon Best Sellers List) I was compelled to share my thoughts on this physique forging course.
Like I’ve said before, David is not one of those fly by night internet marketing type guys – he has turned his own life around and packed on some solid muscle mass while shredding fat, so it’s safe to say the techniques shared in this course can and will work for you, the reader.
“What you’ll find inside is simple and to the point. I promise not to waste your time with filler information and unrelated bullshit. I’ll leave that to the supplement companies and internet marketers.”
“The routines and nutrition protocols inside have worked for myself, hundreds of my clients, and thousands of others who’ve successfully applied them. Read them over, actually apply them, and then join the ranks… the ranks of motherfucking BEASTS”
The main problem I have with books and courses on weight lifting is just how ‘cookie cutter’ they are in their approach so to speak – they present to you an overload of information before leaving you with ONE workout routine.
In ‘Body of a Beast’ you’ll find three separate workout regimes, these include:
Routine #1: Beastly Beginner Training
Great if you’ve got less than a year of training under your belt, you’re not particularly confident with your complex barbell movements or if you’re recovering from an injury.
Routine #2: Beast Mode Training
This regime, Beast Mode (not to be confused with my book, BEASTMODE) is for those with a bit more experienced in the gym (a year or more of consistent training).
Routine #3: Custom Template
This custom template provides us with a choice between exercises and movements to perform on our given workout days, as David advises (and I agree) the custom template should only be utilized by those who are more advanced again in their weight lifting endeavours and have a strong preference/understanding of how their body responds to certain exercises.
It would be pretty hard to mess up the custom template given the choices and training principles given to go along with it, but still – if you’re starting out I’d recommend you focus on either of the two previous routines.
Included is a form description and video (extremely helpful!) of David performing each of the exercises include in the three regimes.
Along with the ‘Body of a Beast’ training manual I’ve described above when you purchase this course you’ll also receive:
Beastly Diet Cheat Sheets
A cheat sheet containing info to diet based upon your goals, whether this be building muscle, burning fat or maintaining your current physique. A minimalistic, Spartan approach – no fluff.
5 supplements David recommend we utilize when following this regime – it’s a breath of fresh air to see studies referenced to support the claims and benefits discussed with each of these supplements.
Training Progress Tracker
A handy spreadsheet formatted and ready to record your results as you progressively get stronger following this solid regime!
All in all, David has created a great product here. I have no doubt whether myself or you, the reader will net results following Body of a Beast. Why? Because it utilizes timeless, proven techniques, the choice of exercises included in each of the regimes (or recommend to us in the custom template option) are oriented for both size and strength, while the minimalistic, Spartan approach to dieting and supplementation takes proven science into account.
I recommend you check out Body of a Beast here, you’ll find no filler, no bad information and no internet marketer upsells or crap.
PS: At the moment David is including a free copy of his Amazon book, ‘Shredded Beast’ with every copy sold – you can grab you copy of Body of a Beast along with his free eBook for a limited time here.
Now go beast it.