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Half instructional, half motivational, The Superstar Body is a guide to what it takes to make your body into a vehicle for success. Nick Aldis – better known as Magnus from TNA Impact Wrestling, formerly ‘Oblivion’ from Sky One’s Gladiators – takes you through his life and career, focusing on how he’s achieved a body that is in great balance in terms of functionality, health and aesthetics for his needs.
As the first ever British professional wrestling champion in a major global promotion, Nick explains how his passion for working out helped him achieve his goals – and how you can do the same.
Most fitness books are either about bodybuilding or weight loss. The Superstar Body explains the core principles of both, looking at healthy foods and supplements, nourishing yourself mentally as well as physically – and how to maintain a healthy, athletic, attractive body with real world techniques.
A unique, winning combination of physical bodybuilding techniques, mental outlook and health awareness advice, plus dietary tips and recipes for delicious nutritious meals.
The book’s USP is not only Nick’s expert advice but also that of a collection of guest contributors, all elite athletes and minds in the world of sports and fitness.
Learn the mental preparation techniques of Olympic gold medalists; the routines and diet tips of fitness models, and the philosophies of elite trainers of pro athletes. The premise is to cut through the clutter of information and rhetoric of fitness magazines to give you the key fundamental tools to make whatever kind of body you want. Your own “superstar body.”
“A practical and insightful approach to training, diet and lifestyle; from beginners to experienced athletes, this book is a great tool.” – Kurt Angle, TNA Impact Wrestling star and Olympic gold medallist
About the author
Nick Aldis is better known as Magnus from TNA Impact Wrestling, and formerly ‘Oblivion’ from Sky One’s Gladiators. Nick presents The UK’s Strongest Man on TV, and writes a monthly column for FSM, the UK’s number one pro wrestling magazine. He recently held the TNA World Heavyweight title, the first British wrestler to ever achieve this accolade. A qualified personal trainer, Nick has also held numerous other titles in the USA and Japan, and has wrestled on television in 120 countries.