Anabolic Cooking Basic Product Details
Anabolic Cooking is a specialized cookbook. It designed to provide you tons of tasty meal recipes for the purposes of muscle gain. The amount of recipes included in this book rival any other cookbook you can find in a bookstore. All the while, serving as a perfect complement to any muscle building workout program.
Anabolic Cooking comes from the expertise of Dave Ruel. Dave is a Certified Fitness Trainer and a Nutrition and Wellness Specialist. He also competes in amateur body building competitions. Most of these competitions are in Canada. He hails from there, after all. His name might not bring much celebrity in other parts of the world. But in Canadian fitness circles, he and his bodybuilding story is well-known.
What’s Inside Anabolic Cooking
As for the main program itself, Anabolic Cooking starts off with a recipe index. Listed here are the names of all the meals included in this cookbook. It serves as a tool for easy navigation and quick referencing if you need to look up and try out a particular recipe.
With the next section comes the introduction. In this section, Dave shares with you his motivations. That is, the reasons why he created the Anabolic Cooking cookbook. In a nutshell, he shared that the main reason is “muscle building nutrition can become boring.”
This sentiment is something that we agree with. Generic chicken breasts, steamed broccoli, baked potato, protein shakes, and granola bars. These are all you see from other muscle building guides. This cookbook aims to spice up (no pun intended) the diet component of muscle building a little bit.
In the next section, you’ll get to know Dave a little bit more. You’ll get to read his bodybuilding journey. This comes with pictures of his progression. That is, from “skinny-fat kid” to muscle-bound bodybuilding competitor. He’ll share with you his early struggles. You’ll also learn about his chance encounters with his mentors. Last comes his eventual success in gaining muscles and becoming a competitive bodybuilder.
The meat, again no pun intended, of the whole program follows afterwards. From here on in, you’ll only get to see the recipes that Dave compiled. All recipes for muscle gaining buffs out there. Dave calls these recipes the “Anabolic Recipes.”
The list of recipes comes in 7 groups. That’s “Breakfast,” “Chicken and Poultry,” “Red Meat and Pork,” “Fish and Seafood,” “Salads, Soups, and Sides,” “Snacks and Bars,” and “Desserts.”
Each of these recipes contain the title of the dish. They also include how many servings it provides. The bulleted list of ingredients together with needed amounts. The step-by-step preparation instructions. Last comes the nutrition facts per serving. Nutrition facts include calories, protein content, carbohydrate content, and fat content.
Prices and Packages
$9, Standard Package
- “Anabolic Cooking – The Cookbook” eBook with lifetime updates.
- “Quick Start Nutrition & Cooking Guide” eGuide.
- “Personalized Meal Plans” eGuides.
- “Optimum Maximizer Advanced Calorie Calculator” online software access.
- “Food and Training Log” printable sheets.
- “The Ugly Truth About Supplements” eReport.
Our Anabolic Cooking Verdict
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Anabolic Cooking is a specialized cookbook. It aims to provide you with tasty recipes to support you in gaining muscle mass. It serves as a decent complement to your muscle building workout. As far as cookbooks go, Anabolic Cooking is average. It’s average in a sense that it doesn’t stand out in any aspect, but it does provide the necessary information. In that respect, we give this program an average 3 out of 5 stars rating.
The good thing about Anabolic Cooking is that it gives you a lot of tasty recipes. On top of that, each includes a detailed nutritional facts chart. That information comes in handy for someone who should be keen on his/her diet while trying to gain muscles.
It’s a downer though, that the recipes don’t include images. Images would’ve helped a lot. Both in terms being able to emulate the dish as well as giving an added motivation. That is, seeing the image of the dish makes you want to try it out. That’s a point for, then a point against, the Anabolic Cooking program.
A second area of contention would be the nature of the product itself; that is, it’s a cookbook. The main requirement of which is you at least know your way around the kitchen as well as do your own groceries. If you don’t have any cooking skills, there’s no point in purchasing a cookbook right?
However, you can still gift this to the person who prepares your meals. Or to someone who does groceries in your household (i.e. wife, personal chef, mom). The point is, consider your situation. Then see if someone actually knows how to, and will actually, use this product.
Lastly, understand that this cookbook is for muscle gainers. Therefore, it’s not for everybody. If you are not going into a planned diet for muscle gaining purposes, this diet is definitely not for you. Trying to lose weight? This is not for you.
However, if you are on a muscle gaining journey. You are in need of a decent diet program to complement your workout program. Anabolic Cooking is worthy of consideration. In case your current muscle gaining diet is lacking, Anabolic Cooking can help enhance it.
Overall, Anabolic Cooking is an average cookbook for muscle gainers. The key decision factor here is to understand your needs. Then determine if Anabolic Cooking can help you with your muscle building goals.
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