Lose Weight and Gain Muscle
If You've Ever Struggled With Finding the Time to Get and Stay in Shape...
Driving to the gym can take forever, and gym memberships are expensive.
There's no need to struggle anymore.
I'll show you how to get and stay in shape, even if you're short on time and money, and don't have much energy left over.
The Time and Money Spent on Fitness These Days is Scandalous. And Not Necessary.
You can spend hundreds of dollars and hudreds of hours at the gym, away from the rest of your life, trying to get healthy and stay in shape. Or...
My Name is Michael Stark.
I've been working in an office for twenty years. I'm a computer programmer, and up until a few years ago, my body showed it.
Not just on the outside (and believe me, my shape left a lot to be desired), but on the inside as well. I was overweight. I was weak. I couldn't run for the bus without having to stop and catch my breath.
I had health problems, too. My doctor said I was at risk for diabetes, and even some types of cancer. I had high blood pressure, and heart disease was a definite possibility in my future.
That wasn't even the worst part of it. The worst part of it was the way my wife looked at me. Sure, I knew she still loved me, but I knew that she didn't lust after me like she used to. And who could blame her? I was a flabby, doughy version of my former self.
Since I regularly worked 50 hours a week, I didn't have a lot of time to exercise. We lived outside of a small town, and the nearest gym -- the only gym -- was thirty miles away. I didn't want to spend more than an hour a day just getting to the gym, never mind adding in a workout.
I knew there had to be a better way. After all, people had been getting and staying fit for thousands of years without ever entering a gym, right? The Spartans didn't have a membership at their local Planet Fitness, and they had been icons of what was possible with the physical form. Why couldn't I duplicate what they had done?
So I set to work, learning all I could about exercise, physiology, anatomy, and historic forms of exercise that existed long before we had gyms, freeweights, and treadmills. I discovered a special technique existed that meant you didn't need any of that stuff to develop muscles and train your body, and I found numerous examples of successful people that had used this technique.
But I didn't stop there. I devised a series of workouts that could be done, either one at a time or all together, with the end result of reshaping your body. I drew on techniques I found from the ancient Far East, as well as European and American strongmen of the 19th and 20th centuries. I collected all of the workouts and information into one informational package.
When I was done, I had Cubicle Fitness.
Introducing Cubicle Fitness
Letís suppose for a moment that you live 30 minutes away from your gym. It takes half an hour to drive there.
Letís also assume that you try to do at least a 30-minute workout. And letís also assume 5 minutes to change into your gym clothes beforehand, 5 minutes to shower after your workout, and another 5 minutes to change back to your street clothes, before spending another half an hour fighting traffic to drive home.
That's a total of one hour and forty-five minutes for a quick thirty-minute workout -- an eternity in today's fast-moving world of long workdays and family dinners and important events, all while trying to get enough sleep to do it all over again the next day.
If all of this seems a bit outrageous to you, you're not alone. Luckily, my research led me to create this program, Cubicle Fitness -- a new way to exercise, get in shape, lose weight, and even gain muscle, in just minutes a day. Cubicle Fitness:
Here's what's included...
How much for all of this, you ask?
The entire program is yours for only $19!!!
Not Sure Yet? Here Are Some Great Extras
Even though Cubicle Fitness costs less that a one-month membership at most gyms, that's not all you get. These extra goodies are included with your purchase and come at absolutely no extra cost or obligation to you. With a combined value of almost $30, they're an awesome addition to the Cubicle Fitness information pack.
Bonus #1: Calorie Finder
Everyone who is interested in getting in shape and maintaining a healthy lifestyle needs to know how many calories they're consuming each day. This spreadsheet helps you easily figure it out.
Bonus #2: Facial Exercises
This program doesn't need to just be for your body. The correct exercises can actually help reverse the effects of aging and make you look years younger, all without drugs, lotions or surgeries. This report outlines those valuable exercises.
It's all included when you purchase today. Of course, I know that this is a big step to finally get back in shape and I want you to make your decision with the utmost confidence. That's why...
If that sounds fair, here's some even better news...
Let's Get Started
There is absolutely no reason to wait. For less than the cost of one month's membership at your local gym, you can learn a technique that will keep you fit and healthy for the rest of your life. You'll be astonished at how good you look and feel, and your friends and loved ones will be too!
It's never too late to start getting back into shape. Do it for yourself. Do it for your loved ones. Take your life back from the gym and from endless products and routines that either don't work or take too long, and get happy and healthy again!
Here's to Your Fitness,
P.S. Don't wait! Getting healthy can start today! Click here to get started.
P.P.S. There's never a better time to start than right now. What are you waiting for? Get yours now.
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