The World’s Fittest Book: The Sunday Times Bestseller from the Strongman Swimmer

October 28, 2019 - Comment

THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER How to train for anything and everything, anywhere and everywhere The World’s Fittest Book is set to become every fitness enthusiast’s bible. Dubbed the body’s complete user guide, it will become the go-to resource for learning all you need to know about building muscle, losing fat, eating (healthy) cake and unlocking

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THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER

How to train for anything and everything, anywhere and everywhere

The World’s Fittest Book is set to become every fitness enthusiast’s bible. Dubbed the body’s complete user guide, it will become the go-to resource for learning all you need to know about building muscle, losing fat, eating (healthy) cake and unlocking your superhuman physical potential.

Packed with workouts the author tried and tested in the pursuit of multiple world records, it’s more than a book, it’s the greatest training tool ever written! Designed for anyone who wants to make permanent and lasting changes to their food and fitness, it’s the first book to combine the teachings, tips and tricks of Olympic and World Champions into one, easy to follow resource.

This book will show you how it’s possible to:

Live below 10% body fat with the aid of chocolate and Mayan secrets

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Add 27% more muscle mass, courtesy of tips from world heavyweight champions

Increase speed by 10%, thanks to gold medal winning Olympic sprinters

Squat, deadlift and bench weights you never dreamed of lifting, with the guidance of the world’s strongest men

Improve endurance capacity by 60%, thanks to the knowledge of world champions in multi endurance-based sports

…all of which the author has achieved during the 10-year ‘Fitness Pilgrimage’ that has taken him around the globe.

Aiming to be the most eclectic and comprehensive fitness guide ever created, The World’s Fittest Book is the sum and substance of over a decade of research and the collective wisdom of some of the greatest minds and athletic bodies in history. By learning the lessons within it, readers will understand ‘fitness’ better than the vast majority of the population. Every chapter will have an easy to digest workout within it and can be read individually. But if you want to read the stories and the science behind the routines, that’s there too.

Until now, there hasn’t been a book covering such an ambitious range of areas, catering for the casual fitness enthusiast seeking clarity and guidance in their own gym routine and kitchen habits as well as the seasoned sportsperson who’s hit a plateau and is searching for tips, tricks and tweaks they can make to their training and diet. This book changes that, and will take you on a journey to whatever level of fitness you want to find.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Average For me this was average at best – nothing new here if you’ve been involved in fitness for a while, and/or have any type of sports science background. A lot of the wording feels like it’s come right out of the theory part of GCSE/A-Level/Uni PE, so for me, I didn’t learn anything new at all – I bought it several months ago, read it once in one sitting, and it’s been sat on the shelf ever since.However, this takes nothing away from Ross himself, who is obviously a VERY…

Anonymous says:

More a gushing semi-autobiography than a book on training! Ross Edgley is a highly successful fitness pro and entrepreneur – fair play! If that’s what you want to read about… him and food and him … and how fabulous he is … and .. him .. and products from his company … then buy this book. I bought it based on the tag line “How to Train for Anything & Everything, Anywhere & Everywhere” and I was very disappointed. The book is more a sycophantic autobiography liberally scattered with self-aggrandising anecdotes and promotion of his own food…

Anonymous says:

Highly recommend Very informative and defintely worth a read for all levels of fitness. Good insight and real life examples really help. My only slight criticisms are (1) the recipes are not the most accessible (usually requiring ingredients from the protein works tm) and (2) the instructions and accompanying pictures for specific workout exercises could be clearer. Otherwise a great read that I’d have no hesitation in recommending, an execellent mini autobiography alongside great practical advice.

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