Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Get Your New, Free Version of StrongLifts 5×5 eBook

Medhi at StrongLifts has released the newest version of his 5x5 eBook, which was excellent in its first incarnation and sure to be much improved. This is a great intro-level workout, but also a great periodization break for long-time lifters. Four to six weeks of only three-day-a-week lifting -- with low volume -- can be a good active recovery period.

Best comeback I could make after the long hiatus. I’ve got 5 things for you.

New, Free eBook. I rewrote the StrongLifts 5×5 eBook: 57 pages with more than 90% new material. I’ll keep it short: this eBook is easily worth $97 but I’m giving it away for free. To get your free copy, click here (instant download).

New StrongLifts 5×5 Program. I also rewrote the StrongLifts 5×5 Beginner Strength Training Program. Check out the post and vote for it on stumbleupon,, etc. so more people get to know about StrongLifts 5×5.

New StrongLifts 5×5 Spreadsheet. The new StrongLifts 5×5 spreadsheet now includes goals based on your body-weight and graphs to track strength gains and body recomposition. Download it from the StrongLifts 5×5 post (bottom).

New StrongLifts 5×5 FAQ. The StrongLifts 5×5 Forum category also has its FAQ: the StrongLifts 5×5 FAQ. It contains about 80% of what you’ll find inside the StrongLifts 5×5 eBook.

New Newsletter. Until now I used Feedburner to send blog posts like this one by email & RSS. One problem with Feedburner, is that you had to wait for the next blog post to get StrongLifts 5×5 eBook.

That’s one reason why I added a new service: AWeber. When you subscribe to get your free copy of StrongLifts 5×5 eBook, you’ll now get it right after you confirm your subscription. No more waiting.

Go download your copy now.

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