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Savage Strength

Jeff Putnam
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It's time to build the body you've always wanted.

No one wants to be the guy with the big bulging chest and massive arms that can still fit into skinny jeans. 

Worse, no one wants to be the guy wearing a t-shirt that hangs off of them due to lack of muscle mass.

Let's face it, every man on the planet wants to be bigger and stronger than he is. It adds sex appeal, self-confidence, and it even changes the way people look at you. 

When you're out and about and you see a guy with biceps that stretch his sleeves, broad shoulders, and tree trunk legs, you can't help but look at him with respect. It's biologically programmed into you.

The problem is, most people have no idea how to get to that point. 

They go to the gym and try to copy what everyone else is doing and when they don't see results, they quit because they weren't following a program with a specific goal.

Savage Strength gives you that.

What's Inside

  • 21 simple and effective workouts focusing on building muscle and strength

  • Video demonstrations of each exercise to ensure that your form is always correct

  • 6 weeks, 4 days a week of programming

  • Two Phases of training: Progressive Overload, Deload

  • The ability to scale and repeat the program as you get noticeably stronger every time to run through the program

Why Strength Training?

There are 5 key benefits of strength training that everyone should be aware of, especially if you’ve never considered it before. While this program is geared directly towards strength building, you will start seeing aesthetic results as well.

With any kind of training, the key to progress will always be progressive overload, and strength training is no different. By gradually increasing the stress on your musculature and nervous system, your body is forced to adapt, in this case in particular, with the increase in strength and muscle size (hypertrophy).

Maintaining Muscle Tissue

The average male will lose between 8 and 10% of his muscle tissue every decade starting around the time that he reaches the age of 30. Since muscle tissue is the basis for it, your metabolism will also decrease by the same amount at the same rate which will add to unwanted weight gain as you age.

Increased Strength

This one should be obvious. No one’s life has ever been made worse by getting stronger. Whether it be daily tasks or any extreme situations that may arise, being stronger is always going to be a benefit. Aside from that, the stronger you are, the slower your body will age as most aging side effects are decreases in strength and endurance which then compound.

Improved Bone Health

By increasing your bone density and strengthening your tendons and ligaments, you further reduce the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures, which if you’re getting older, can slow you down permanently.

Controlled Body Fat

Muscles are calorically expensive, the more you have, the more calories you require to maintain them. This means that your metabolism will also increase as your muscle’s need for more fuel increases.

Decreased Risk of Injury

Overall, improving your muscle strength and bone density decreases your risk of injury, general aches, and pains and again reduces the effects of aging.

You will also find that there are mental benefits as well. Strength training leads to overall better cognitive performance and is linked to protection from degenerative diseases.

Myths about Strength Training

1. Strength Training Makes You Bulky So It's Not For Women

The truth is that you're not going to bench press and accidentally look like a professional bodybuilder. That would take years of strict dieting and programming. Women also have very different hormone profiles which means their bodies will react differently to strength training than men. Strength training for women makes them leaner as they developed tone muscle structure and increase their metabolism

2. Strength Training Is Bad For Your Joints

Strength training REDUCES your risk of injury by strengthening your tendons and ligament while increasing bone density.

3. Strength Training Makes You Less Flexible

In order to perform proper, full range of motion strength training exercises, you NEED flexibility. Developing the muscle structure and joint strength through strength training ADDS to your flexibility and mobility.

4. Cardio Burns More Fat than Strength Training

Muscles require more energy to maintain themselves than fat. Your metabolism increases with strength training in order to keep your muscles functioning at optimal levels. You can add in aerobic exercises to compliment your fat loss, but muscles are the most calorically expensive part of your body. Build them and watch the fat burn.

5. It's not for me

Strength training is for absolutely everyone at every fitness level. Nearly each and every exercise in this program can be modified to suit almost anyone, regardless of their current level of fitness.

This program is 100% repeatable and scaleable. 

I first started running this program myself over a year ago and after every cycle, I have seen significant gains in strength by the end of the final week. At that point, all I do is start the program over again with a little bit more weight than the time before and follow it through again. In the first picture below, I'm 33 years old, already at that age where men begin to lose 10% of their muscle mass every year and let's be honest, I didn't have much to lose.

Here is where I started in June of 2020

I was SKINNY and WEAK.

But just two days after my 34th birthday the difference was very noticable.

After running the program for 3 cycles, December of 2020 looked much better.

As you can see, I started putting on some size, especially in my arms and shoulders.

One year later of repeating the same system: JUNE 2021

Huge increase in Trap size and overall definition

Broader shoulders and Chest

Insane Back Definition

And yes,

You WILL see better fat and weight loss results from this program. 

Just look at these incredible results from (Mr. F) in just 12 weeks

He lost OVER 50 POUNDS by simply following the program.

It's never too late to change your life and build the body you deserve. Hundred of people have already made the commitment to being healthier and stronger. Get this program and do it for you and those that are depending on you to be around for a long time.

You Will Need Access To A Gym: with Dumbells, Squat Rack, Leg Press Machine, Lat and Tricep Pull Down (Cabel), Pull up Bar, Dip Bar, and a Leg Curl Machine.

This program is for absolutely anyone that's tired of not living the life they want to be living.

Getting stronger is the only life hack you need when it comes to your health because what it takes to get stronger covers all of the other bases.

Click" I Want This" to start building the body and earning the respect that you deserve.

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Savage Strength: 6 Week Full Body Strength Building Program


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