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Fitlab Volume One Review: The Training Manual of Adi Gilespie

Fitlab Volume One Review

Adi Gilespie is one of few gym-goers who has not only forged an extremely aesthetic physique, but a ton of functional strength in the process.
Fitlab Volume One is Gilespie's first eBook release - let's take a look at what he's all about (and whether you should buy this book).

What’s Included with Fitlab Volume One?

66 page PDF eBook ‘Fitlab Volume One’ containing 10 chapters covering all facets from workout structure and metabolic conditoning to peri-workout nutrition and sample food lists.

What Does Fitlab Volume One Cover?

Adi Gilespie doesn't promise any 'secret tips' or 'crazy supplements' in order to shortcut the system.
He knows from experience that there's no crazy trick or secret ingredient to build a aesthetic, functional physique... this shows based on the content loaded into this book.

You won't find any BS here.

Training Split

Detailing the training split Adi uses to increase mass, burn fat and increase overall athleticism.

Structure of Workouts

"The workouts are structured to incorporate more than one component of fitness into a single session.
The training methods used will include strength training, hypertrophy, HIIT, muscular endurance and metabolic conditioning."

Dieting For Fat Loss

Proven dieting principles for those with a goal in the realm of fat loss.
Includes sample diet & foods.

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Dieting For Mass Gain

Proven dieting principles for those with a goal in the realm of building mass.
Includes sample diet & foods.

Peri-Workout Nutrition

Everything you need to know regarding pre, post and intra workout nutrition to get the best bang for your buck out of your workouts.

Sample Food List

"The sample diet in this book is just to give you an idea of how the meals are put together and shouldn’t be relied on as your daily meal plan. Use this alternative food list to substitute foods in order to keep your meals diverse and ensure you’re getting a widespread of nutrients."

Pros of Fitlab Volume One

Tried and tested advice.

Suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced gym-goers.

Multiple workouts for each body part instead of the usual cookie cutter regime being recommended in books.

Cons of Fitlab Volume One

You must know/research how to perform each exercise correctly as Adi does not delve into form for each movement.

Should I read Fitlab Volume One?

Yes, I recommend checking out Fitlab Volume One if you've got the expendable cash as you'll find a ton of well structured workouts from push, pull and legs to metabolic finishers to take your cardio conditioning to the next level.

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Scott J.
Scott J.
I’m SJ. I’m a fitness enthusiast and published author. I transformed my body from a skinny fat 135lbs with 18% body fat to a solid 192lbs at 8% body fat. I became qualified in a field I was passionate about. I founded several online businesses that allow me to pursue ideas and projects in my life that I am passionate about without having to constantly worry about money. I published several eBooks explaining the training and dieting techniques I used to achieve the body I have today. I learnt a plethora of new information on dieting and fitness by reading and applying what I read, to find out what does work and what doesn’t work, because as I’m sure you’ve noticed the health and fitness industry is full of non-sense claims and BS. I found out what was true and what worked for me and applied that knowledge. And you bet I had fun during the whole process.

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