Unlock Your Muscle Gene: Trigger the Biological Mechanisms That Transform Your Body and Extend Your Life
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Unlock Your Muscle Gene: Trigger the Biological Mechanisms That Transform Your Body and Extend Your Life

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Provocatively written yet grounded in science, Unlock Your Muscle Gene is a revolutionary guide to physical transformation and the latest information on muscle conditioning, weight loss, and anti-aging strategies. According to Ori Hofmekler, we need to learn how to trigger the genes that retain and develop our muscles and extend our lives—we need to unleash this innate pro...more
ebook, 200 pages
Published October 4th 2011 by North Atlantic Books (first published January 1st 2011)
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Brent
There is good information in this book, and I agree with the general concepts. However the book seems strangely isolated. Hofmekler uses the evolutionary nutrition arguments, which are all trendy these days, to make his case. However he deviates from much of that trend by recommending the regular consumption of grains, legumes and dairy. Most the the evolutionary nutrition momentum is definitely away from those foods.

Folks like Loren Cordain, Rob Wolff and Mark Sisson have some compelling eviden...more
John
Fabulous amount of understanding and useable information,
both technical and practical.
Looking up terms anabolic and catabolic on wikipedia was very useful,
and had they been defined in the book, would have expanded the target
audience, which most ideally would include everyone worldwide, even the
people and corporations making the fast buck off false solutions.
Want to start a revolution, this could be it.
I will need to review parts to start putting some of the info into use,
as there is lot. St...more
Doren Sorell
Fantastic book! On par with his The Warrior Diet for certain. Most of it is a rehash of his original ideas, but it is much more concise and scientifically detailed, explaining the biological reasoning beyond The Warrior Diet ideas. All in all, a very informative and inspirational work ... like all of the author's writings. And reading this book got me into Dr Mercola, who has now informed me greatly. Unlock Your Muscle Gene is well worth the read ... and more worth incorporating its principles t...more
Isaiah Johnson
Great book almost identical to Maximum Muscle Minimum Fat with a few exceptions to terminology.A basic round up of how to burn fat and build muscle or burn fat and rejuvenate muscle.
Thursday Memoria
The more you understand about the potential of your basic, the more easier for you to get greater physical shape with greater strength.
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