John Romaniello

Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha
  • Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha

  • What would you say if you knew there was ONE solution to every man’s most vexing problems?

    - Bigger muscles? Easy.
    - Less fat? Check.
    - More intelligence? No problem.
    - Eating pizza, burgers, drinking beer and being strong, fit and lean? Of course.
    - A wild sex life? Yes, there’s drugs-free fix for that too…

    The solution is in this book. Written by health pioneers and advisors to key influencers, including Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk, Man 2.0 presents a unique 4-week diet and fitness plan to make you look and feel like the man you want to be.

    Clear and simple, the authors’ game-changing plan is the culmination of 10 years of work and research into the science of natural hormone optimisation. It involves a combination of intermittent fasting, carbs and calorie cycling, macronutrient manipulation, a targeted fitness regime (no more endless exercising) and a weekly overeating day. Within the first week you will feel better in terms of brain functioning, energy and sex drive; within two you will start to notice fat loss; and by the end of four weeks you can expect to have lost on average 8–11lbs (3–5kg) of fat and gained about 1–3lbs (½–1 ½kg) of muscle.

    Man 2.0 is not just about getting quick results: it presents a whole new way of life. It offers a cutting-edge look at the future of health and the key to how every man can become the person he wants to be.

John ‘Roman’ Romaniello is the go-to diet and nutrition guru for athletes, celebrities and CEOs. Roman is a regular contributor to Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, and Fast Company. Man 2.0 is the result of 10 years of work and research into natural hormone optimisation. For more information visit or @johnromaniello. Adam Bornstein is a regular contributor to Livestrong, the largest health and fitness website and forum in the world with over 18 million unique visitors per month and its former editorial director. Bornstein is also the former editor of Men’s Health. For more information visit or @bornfitness.

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