Warrior Built Fat Blasting System…

If you are looking to make 2010 the year that you once and for all shed that pudgy bellyroll and get in your most ripped to the bone bad ass shape ever, then I’ve got a killer fat-blasting, muscle-building workout program that you just have to try for yourself…

http://www.WarriorBuiltDVD.com

You see I’ve teamed up with fellow bodybuilder, Andy Pratt, to bring you a complete physique transformation training system that is unlike anything you’ve ever seen.

It’s called “Warrior Built” and it combines MMA and Boxing style conditioning drills along with hardcore weight training workouts that will cut through stubborn bodyfat like a hot knife slicing through butter!

Andy is a true master at getting ripped to the bone shredded. In fact I’ve never seen anyone get as lean as this guy does. And to prove it, just check out the picture below!

Abdominal And Thigh Pose.

http://www.WarriorBuiltDVD.com

So if one of your goals for the New Year is to finally see your abs…
Then you owe it to yourself to check out the Warrior Built Training System.

Click the link below to get your copy now…
http://www.WarriorBuiltDVD.com

About The Author

leehayward

Lee Hayward is a competitive bodybuilder and muscle building coach who has been online helping people build muscle, lose bodyfat, and get in shape since 1999. Lee was selected as one of the Top Fitness Trainers Online through YouTube's Next Trainer Program and his work has been featured in several international magazines such as: FLEX, Muscle Insider, Muscle Mag International, Testosterone, Ironmag, and Forbes.

2 Comments

  • Salvatore

    One of the biggest lies in the fitness industry is that you can “transform your body” in 12 weeks. Every where you look there’s a new 12 week program. While you can definitely make good gains in 12 weeks — either lose fat or add muscle — you CANNOT transform your body in such a short amount of time, especially if you’re very fat!

    True total physical transformation requires at least a year of disciplined hard work. Adding 8 pounds of muscle, or losing 2% of bodyfat is not a major transformation. Sorry.

  • I think even in 2011 this system can benefit anyone looking to “transform” their inner drive and outer appearance. Isn’t that the point, to always better ourselves and constantly change for the better?

    Thanks, Lee.

    -Mitchell