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I PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL THE TOOLS NEEDED FOR PHYSIQUE TRANSFORMATION

FULL CONSULTATION

A full and highly in-depth consultation to assess every imaginable aspect of your fitness, diet, training plan, supplement regime, recovery, sleep, metabolism, insulin sensitivity and hormones. This allows me to tailor your training plan to YOU which brings long lasting, rapid results!

ADVANCED TRAINING PROGRAM

You will get a highly advanced training program based on the latest research of physique transformation. Leaving no stone un-turned, I will list out every single exercise, rep, set, tempo, rest time, advanced technique and execution techniques. The scientifically proven higher frequency approach, combined with the latest advanced training techniques will kick start muscle growth and fat loss!

WEEKLY MEAL PLANS

I will provide you will detailed and specific example weekly meal plans. These will provide you with various sample days that you can follow. Every single ingredient and meal is noted down in a very easy to follow format, ready for you to immediately implement. All plans provide both portion sizes and specific macros and you can pick whichever dieting approach your prefer!Unlike most plans and coaches that give you a pre-built plan based on their own beliefs, I take all the information obtain in the consultation to tailor it around your hormones, goals, preferences, metabolism and genotype!

SCIENTIFIC SUPPLEMENT PROTOCOLS

Utilizing scientifically proven supplements that are 10 years ahead of the industry these protocols can help you achieve your dream physique while taking your training and fat loss one step further!

PERSONAL EMAIL SUPPORT

Once you get started you will receive 2 weeks email support, helping you to tweak and customize the plan further, while answering any questions you may have.

MEMBERS ONLY VIDEOS

You will be provided with instant access to my library of instructional videos and demonstrations. These will help you perform the exercises with 100%* accuracy, targeting the hard to reach muscles and muscle fibers while maximizing motor unit recruitment and muscle activation. By implementing these secret methods you will out perform and train anyone in the gym and develop your own education and knowledge to a completely new level!

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What’s included?

  • Weekly training overview breaking down the reps, sets, time period, specific supplements, advanced training variables and mechanism of hypertrophy.

  • Detailed breakdown of every workout with each exercise listing, tempos, reps, rest period, pairing, advanced training variables and set up / execution tips.

  • Strength Curve manipulation to cause rapid growth and maximal muscle fibre and motor unit recruitment.

  • Tailored HIIT and cardio routines integrated to maximise lipolysis and fat oxidation while eliminating muscle loss.

  • Advanced Drop Sets, Supersets, Cluster sets, Rest Pause, Intra Set Stretching, Blood Flow Restriction training to maximise growth and fat loss in the shortest amount of time.

  • Training intensity, frequency, volume and overall training block tailored to you, your lifestyle and goals.

  • Manipulation and periodization of training volume, rep ranges, advanced training variables and frequency to ensure rapid and consistent progress.

  • Biomechnically safe exercises and exercise selection tailored to your body, bone length and range of movement.

  • Downloadable PDFs for your iphone or printable versions to take to the gym.

THE MOST OPTIMAL DIET FOR

YOU & YOUR BODY

AS AN INDIVIDUALS

What’s included?

  • Advanced nutrition plan with specific pre, during and post workout nutrition strategies.

  • Tailored undulating carb cycling approach allowing you to pack on muscle, improve strength while dropping fat, fast.

  • Calorie shifting and cycling to maximise anabolic hormones, metabolism, cortisol ratios, performance, hunger hormones and eliminate dieting plateaus.

  • Periodized diet specific to training blocks and goals – you periodize your training, why would you not periodize your diet? Nothing linear is good, your body is an adaptive survival machine!

  • Specific macro plan tailored to each workout and training block.

  • Example 7 day meal plan, complete with daily calories, macros, recipes and a list of every ingredient with macros making it easy for you to swap it out and add variety.

  • A complete shopping list with Over 100 approved foods and macros.

  • Seasoning & Spices list because your diet should get you shredded and be tasty at the same time.

  • Continue updates, changes and new recipes as you go.

  • Education and support to empower you to long-term success! No rebounds or fads, all my clients results last forever. It’s a lifestyle change, not a quick fix.

  • A tasty, flexible and enjoyable diet – we teach a balance and how to make healthy food taste great, no boring meat and veg plans!

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Proceed below and check out. Once payment is confirmed, I will reach out to say hello and thank you for joining, along with sending you all the forms you need to get started, including the in-depth consultation process. Complete all forms send back to me to review all your information, discuss any points, ask questions and get to work on your plan. Once completed (usually takes 2-5 days) I will personally send you your new training, supplement & dietary plan and all other details. You will get to work and receive support from myself, with access to my private inbox for any questions and changes during the first 2 weeks. Continue to implement the workout for life changing, rapid results

THIS MAY JUST BE THE BEST FITNESS AND TRAINING INVESTMENT YOU EVER MAKE…

WITH NEARLY A DECADE OF COACHING EXPERIENCE, COACHING CLIENTS IN THE NBA, HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES, ELITE BODYBUILDERS, GOLD MEDALISTS AND WORLD RECORD HOLDERS, RUDY DOESN’T PROMISE RESULTS, HE GUARANTEES THEM

Rudy has all the tools, experience and theory, to make anyone improve their physique, knowledge and become a better person. Working with Rudy will change the way you approach your training and nutrition through learning from a dedicated, experienced and highly successful trainer!!

Julio B.
Personal Trainer

I have been working with Rudy for over a year and I
have learned so much from him.

He knows the latest science with all things training and nutrition related and it doesn’t matter how much knowledge you already have, you will learn so much more! I put on over 9 pounds while dropping body fat in the first few months and I look the best I’ve ever looked right now.

Vania B.
WBFF BIkini, Sponsored Athlete
Prep Coach & Personal Trainer

Working with Rudy I was able to meet 100% of my goals. We were able to cut a lot of body fat off while maintaining strength and performance. Best of all, I was even able to put on some muscle while in a caloric deficit. It was also a valuable learning experience when it comes to nutrition as well as training, helping my own personal business. No matter what your level and experience I definitely suggest working with Rudy.

Chuck B,
CSCS Strength Coach,
Personal Trainer

Before hiring Rudy, I got to a point where I was in a rut. I couldn’t make sense of my training anymore, my body wasn’t changing, I wasn’t really happy with my day to day physique, my eating was very bland, and quite frankly, I was losing motivation.
Fast forward 12 months, my love for training has been renewed, he has helped broaden my nutrition, I enjoy socialize more because I’m not as restricted nutritionally, and as a result, my body is responding beautifully. I can’t thank Rudy enough!

Breanne G.
Fitness Competitor

Doing business with Rudy Mawer has added immense value to my life both personally and professionally. By using and executing what he advocates, I’ve been able to improve my own physique and health dramatically, and am now able to do the same for all of my clients.

Christopher Cavallini
CEO/Founder Nutrition Solutions
NASM Certified Fitness & Nutrition Specialist

Working with Rudy I was able to meet 100% of my goals. We were able to cut a lot of body fat off while maintaining strength and performance. Best of all, I was even able to put on some muscle while in a caloric deficit. It was also a valuable learning experience when it comes to nutrition as well as training, helping my own personal business. No matter what your level and experience I definitely suggest working with Rudy.

Rachel N.
Personal Trainer & Model

I was introduced to Rudy through my friend and IFBB Pro Ben Pakulski. Ben is one of the most educated and honest bodybuilders in the world so I value his introductions and friendship. I worked with Rudy within Ben’s Mi40 Gym in Tampa and was very impressed with his knowledge.I also worked as his subject within the University of Tampa as we went through a plethora of physical tests.
I knew almost immediately that I wanted Rudy on my team, since then, his detail of study, knowledge and execution is evenbetter than I expected.

Kris Gethin
Kaged Muscle CEO,
World Renowned Transformation Specialist,
Author

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Not only will you get my free high protein recipe cookbook you will ALSO get access to me and my private FB group with over 30,000 members. I spend most of my day in there answering 100+ questions and speaking with every member individually. NOWHERE else online will you find this level of personal support from myself, along with motivation, accountability and be able to meet new, like-minded fitness friends every single day!

ABOUT RUDY MAWER, MS, CISSN

Rudy is a world renowned Hollywood Celebrity Trainer with nearly a decade’s experience in physique transformation. He has successfully coached over 500 personal clients, including NBA Athletes, Gold Medalists, Pro Bikini Athletes and Bodybuilders and World Record Holders.

Along with this, he has a 1st class Masters and Bachelors in Exercise & Nutrition Science, is a certified CISSN Sports Nutritionist and is a respected researcher in the fitness, supplement and nutrition scientific community.

Rudy also consults for the world’s leading fitness authorities and is a part-time scientific editor for Bodybuilding.com, T-Nation, Authority Nutrition, Muscle & Strength, Kaged Muscle, IFBB Ben Pakulski, Mi40, Kris Gethin and many more…

You can now get all of Rudy’s experience and knowledge condensed in a highly advanced and done-for-you plan. This plan is immediately actionable allowing you to rapidly transform your physique in a short period of time.

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†Individual Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are real men and/or women, and may not reflect the typical purchaser’s experience, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Every person has unique experiences, exercise habits, eating habits, and applies the information in a different way. Thus, the experiences that we share from other people may not reflect the typical users’ experience. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated users’ have achieved. In addition, you assume certain risks inherent in exercise and nutrition programs by using this system. You should not begin the program if you have a physical condition that makes intense exercise dangerous. In addition, Our Programs require you to follow an eating plan and at times restrict the amount of calories you consume. You should not begin this eating plan if you have physical or psychological issues which make fat loss dangerous. RudyMawer.com / Rudy Mawer's Programs are an educational service that provides general health information. Rudy is not a doctor, and his advice is not a substitute for medical advice. Please consult a physician before beginning any exercise or diet program.

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