Getting fit is never easy.
Building muscle, losing fat, and dealing with injuries — it’s hard.
You could hire a personal trainer, but that’s expensive. You’re also a “do-it-yourself” kind of person who loves learning on your own.
That’s why I’m going to tell you about a new collection of ebooks on muscle growth, fat loss, and injury prevention called The Muscle Collective.
Why You Should Think About Buying The Muscle Collective
I first heard about this project when my friend Mansal Denton, aka “Mans,” and I were standup paddleboarding on the Colorado river.
He explained that he wanted to build a comprehensive resource of different products designed to help people build muscle, lose fat, and deal with pain.
At that point he had about 30 contributors, and I decided to join the project.
Here are some of the people who’ve also joined:
My book, Flexible Dieting, is included in the bundle, too.
One of the main reasons I decided to include my work in this bundle was because I know Mans isn’t doing this to get rich. He’s already got a successful business selling supplements online. In fact, he plans on using much of the money from this bundle to help put his little sister through college.
I also think The Muscle Collective offers an insane amount of value for the price. But it doesn’t stop there. The biggest problem with most bundles, or collections of ebooks, is that they drown you in information. Most people don’t know where to start, and only read one or two books.
The Muscle Collective includes an entire booklet to help you decide what books to read first. You’ll also get access to a private forum where people, like me, will help answer your questions. Ben Greenfield will also host a live webinar to answer questions after you buy the bundle.
I Don’t Agree with Everything in this Product, and That’s Okay
I’ll be honest — I don’t agree with every statement in all of the ebooks in this bundle. I haven’t read them all, either.
Although I like Mark Sisson, I think paleo is a joke, and you probably don’t need to read more about it. I know a few of the books also recommend posture exercises for dealing with back pain, despite there being little evidence that works.
But I still think The Muscle Collective is worth buying. Let’s say you only read the books from Mike Nelson, Nick Tumminello, Gregory O’Ghallager, and me. Normally that would cost you $166, but when you buy the bundle, you can get them all for $37. I picked those names since I’ve read and respect their work, and in some cases, have met them in person.
In other words, even if you don’t read all of the books, you’ll get more than you paid for.
If you buy the bundle through my link, I get some of the money. If you want to ask me any questions before buying, post them in the comments below and I’ll answer them.
Buy the Muscle Collective Today Or Lose it Forever
Most fitness products suck. That’s why I’ve only recommended a handful since starting this site. The Muscle Collective is an exception.
Mansal, the guy who created it, is doing this for the right reasons.
Most of the information is relevant and accurate.
Unlike most bundles, you’ll get ongoing support after you buy the package.
Finally, if you don’t think it’s worth what you paid, you can get a complete refund within the first 30 days.
The downside — The Muscle Collective is only available for the next week. After July 23, you’ll never be able to buy it again.
I think it’s a good investment, but don’t feel like you have to buy it. Remember, you can still buy all of the products by themselves if you don’t get the bundle, but they’ll cost more.