Men's Health TNT Diet: The Explosive New Plan to Blast Fat, Build Muscle, and Get Healthy

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Rodale, Dec 23, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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The Men's Health TNT Diet is a revolutionary program for burning fat and building muscle. Utilizing Targeted Nutrition Tactics (TNT), the authors move beyond "good carbs" and "bad carbs" to focus instead on "well-timed carbs" that will allow readers to eat the foods they want as long as they are eating them at the right time.

By controlling the levels of glycogen (carbs stored in our muscles) through this unique diet, and learning to exercise in the carb-burning zone (the secret to making workouts shorter and more effective) anyone can shed fat and build muscle--and it takes only 90 minutes of exercise a week.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
xiii
Dont Believe Everything You Read
3
Trade Your Belly for Biceps
15
Your Body Your Plan
25
The TNT Diet QuickStart Guide
33
The FatBurning Time Zone
37
The Reloading Time Zone
57
The MuscleBuilding Time Zone
77
The Drink List
87
Recipes for Success
95
The Science of Lifting
131
The TNT Workout Plan
147
Look Better Live Stronger
215
Saturated Fat and the American Paradox
231
TNT for Life
241
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Jeff Volek, PhD, RD, is an associate professor of kinesiology and a registered dietitian at the University of Connecticut. He is a regular contributor to Men's Health and is a coauthor of The Testosterone Advantage Plan. He lives in Manchester, Connecticut.

Adam Campbell, features editor at Men's Health, is a National Magazine Award-winning writer and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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