Proven Exercises That Build Lean Muscle & Burn Fat At The Same Time -- Getting You Lean & Ripped Fast!

Shin Ohtake
Shin Ohtake

Creator of Max Workouts

I completely understand your frustration with the lack of results you're getting from your workouts. And to tell you the truth, it's not your don’t be too quick to blame your age or genetics. See, when it comes to fitness, there’s a lot of BAD information floating around out there (most of it’s extremely outdated or flat out wrong)...

Just look at what you’re surrounded with—gym rats who spend 2 hours socializing while sitting on the peck deck, so-called “health and fitness” magazines touting the latest one week fix to “bigger biceps”, “6 pack abs”, and your “beach body.”

Not to mention, the supplement industry pushing pills and powders at you right and left, draining your wallet while promising you an “instant” solution for getting fit and trim (yeah right—if only it were that easy!).

...And have you noticed how all the fitness magazines are overrun with ads for these “miracle” supplements?  Listen man, the magazines aren’t going to tell you the truth about those bogus supplements scattered all over their pages when that’s where all their advertising dollars are coming from.

So, if you’ve been working out with nothing to show for it except a few worn out t-shirts and shorts that look the same on your body since the day you joined the gym, isn’t it time you changed something?

I don’t want you to waste another minute of your time using the ineffective, inefficient methods plastered all over the internet and magazines, so today I’m going to give you my proven methods so you can build more muscle and turn on your body’s fat burning furnace—getting you lean and ripped, fast.

See, what most people don’t tell you is that burning fat and building muscle has everything to do with your hormones.  In particular, your testosterone.

Let me explain:  The process of building muscle occurs when you breakdown your muscle fibers by putting stress on them (like when you lift weights).  In an attempt to repair themselves, these fibers are reinforced and restructured making your muscles stronger and bigger.  The entire repair process hinges on the bio-availability of…you guessed it…testosterone.

The more testosterone you have available in your body, the greater your lean muscle building potential.  And since muscle is metabolically active (meaning it burns calories just by existing), the more muscle you have, the more calories you burn automatically.

It’s a win-win, unless you’re sabotaging your results by working out the wrong way…

So, let me ask you this:  Are you working out by splitting up body parts?  For example, chest and biceps on Monday, back and triceps on Wednesday,  legs and shoulders on Friday, etc…?  Do you do a 45-60 minute cardio session on the days in between?

If this routine sounds familiar, don’t feel bad.  Nearly all men are still doing some variation of a split body workout routine trying to target specific muscle groups using isolated exercises.  But unless you’re planning to spend hours in the gym everyday and pump your body full of artificial supplements (which I strongly discourage, by the way), this strategy is ineffective and will get you mediocre results at best.

The reason this plan fails over and over again is because working out this way doesn’t maximize your body’s testosterone production.  You lose testosterone every year after age 25, so it’s time to get you working out the right way!

If you want to maximize your results, you’ve got to workout in a way that boosts your level of testosterone production naturally—making the muscle building process faster and more efficient…

The most effective way for you to increase your testosterone production to build lean muscle mass while promoting overall muscular balance is to workout using full-body exercises, NOT isolated exercises (examples of isolated exercises would be things like bicep curls, calf raises, hamstring curls, etc..).


Because full-body exercises demand more muscles to be used at the same time.  This places significant metabolic stress on the body, which responds by producing more testosterone.

Isolated exercises, on the other hand, simply don’t recruit enough muscle fibers to stimulate any significant testosterone production.

Let’s look at an example:

The exercise shown in the video is the Squat Press-Up. This movement involves the use of all of your large lower body muscle groups (quads, hamstrings, and glutes) along with your upper body muscles (shoulders, arms, chest, and upper back) and your core stabilizer muscles.

As you can see, this full-body exercise demands the use of your entire body.

Isolated exercises simply can’t accomplish the same level of results (no matter how many of them you do!) because they only work ONE muscle group at a time.

Not to mention, full-body exercises are functional, meaning they mimic the way your body naturally moves.  So it’s no surprise that when you workout using these exercises, daily activities become even easier and your athleticism vastly improves (doesn’t matter if your an athlete or a weekend warrior, you’ll skyrocket your performance if you train this way).

Think about it…your body works as a whole - the sum of it’s parts - never in isolation.

When’s the last time you participated in any activity that required you to use only one muscle at a time?  So why would you train any differently?

Full-body exercises are the biggest metabolic boosters and by implementing these turbo-moves into your workouts, you’ll finally be able to unleash your full fat-burning potential, increase your athleticism and get insane muscle definition across your entire body.

You can even do an entire workout using just this one exercise I showed you in the video.  Try 8-10 reps for 3-5 rounds.  Take one minute of rest between rounds and see how you feel!  The amount of weight you use is up to you, but I always recommend starting out light and work your way up.

Click the link below and I’ll show you how.

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