Weight Lifting Is a Waste of Time: So Is Cardio, and There’s a Better Way to Have the Body You Want

· Jaquish Biomedical
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WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER


Do you want to lose fat, gain muscle and build the body of your dreams without having to step foot in a gym or on a treadmill?


This book has the answer you've been searching for.


No matter your age, sex, or conditioning status, this book will help you look and feel your best.


And guess what? 10 MINUTES IS ALL YOU NEED & YOU WON'T EVEN HAVE TO LEAVE YOUR HOUSE!


If you're like most people that have tried fruitless weight lifting or tedious cardio, your body probably feels the negative effects - like aching, painful joints and the inability to lose stubborn fat.


Or perhaps you have:

Spent years in the gym but struggle to gain muscle, lose belly fat and see real results. When you take your shirt off, it doesn't even look like you workout.



• Tried all the fad diets that just leave you hungry, frustrated and not losing any weight.


Seen all the muscular athletes in the gym and wonder what you're doing wrong.


• Wandered around the gym feeling defeated and confused about what exercises will help you achieve your dream body.


• Suffered through injuries and pain from lifting weights with bad form and engaging in dangerous exercises.


Well, we're glad you found this book.


In Weight Lifting is a Waste of Time, authors Dr. John Jaquish and Henry Alkire present their scientifically proven approach that debunks myths surrounding traditional weightlifting and fad dieting.


Enter the "Tony Stark of the Fitness Industry"


John Jaquish, PhD, is well known for inventing what is now considered the most effective bone density building medical technology on the market.


This discovery led to his second invention, X3: the world's most powerful muscle building device based on variable resistance. X3 is proven to develop muscle much faster than conventional weight lifting, all with the lowest risk of joint injury.


Some of the world's most elite athletes train with X3 Bar, including dozens of Olympians, NFL players, and NBA players.


By the end of this book, you'll know and understand clear and simple steps to gain muscle, burn fat, and refuel your body.


FINALLY! You can feel confident at the beach and in the mirror —and you can do so at home.


With the methods and tools laid out in this book, you can achieve the bigger, leaner and stronger body you've always wanted.


Here's a quick sneak peek of what you'll learn:


• Everything you've learned about weight training from bodybuilders and influencers is wrong. We'll explain how weightlifting does irreversible damage by overloading joints and underloading muscle.


• You don’t need to spend endless hours in the gym to get your dream body. X3 provides the most effective at-home workout, no matter your age or sex.


• You can grow muscle 3 times faster with the X3 workout system without taking harmful supplements or going to the gym.


Fad diets like Keto simply don't work, and what nutrition system is scientifically proven to help keep the weight off.


• Prolonged cardio keeps you fatter longer (and what to do instead).


• Are you ready to get the knowledge and tools you need to become the healthiest, leanest, most muscular version of yourself?


Scroll up and click "Buy Now"!

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Jonathan Pinkerton
February 9, 2021
This came up as the first result in a totally unrelated search. Read the other review by an actual doctor. This Book Is a Waste of Time.
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Craig Castanet, D.C.
January 9, 2021
The title is effectively provocative. But the book is probably nonsense. I've read some of it, and heard some of the thesis. Yes, variable resistance has been around since Nautilas in 1970. It started the whole commercial gym industry. But all weight trainers know that it isn't very effective. No machine includes weight bearing, which is part of the systemic stress impetus to growth. Just read the literature or ask the PhDs who are also weight trainers. They'll tell you what works, and variable resistance exercises are convenient and fine, but they're not superior. The issue of injury is a huge concern and many lifters do damage their joints, but I can tell you as a doctor who has seen hundreds of thousands of x-ray and MRI images, there seems no correlation between skeletal degeneration and physical demands. I don't think medicine yet understands what causes most of what we observe in the way of joint degeneration. It is rampant in industrialized nations, yet most people never weight train. I hope the book title makes you the money you're hoping for, but it's probably just a gimmick.
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Tom O'Leary
November 18, 2021
Bloke has testosterone replacement therapy and says it's a replacement not exceeding the recommended dose. Nonsense. He also loves his graph hormone which he admits to being on, he also plugs his supplements (some pink liquid) which apparently doesn't taste nice but gets results. Drugs are why he's huge, not over priced bands. $500 for rubber bands, a plate and a bar. Daylight robbery. Weight training is proven and has helped millions of people. Bands help yes, but weightlifting is not a waste of time and neither is cardio. Provocative title to simply sell the book. Lastly, he has a PhD but it's not credited from a real university so don't fall for the doctor Nonsense.
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About the author

DR. JOHN JAQUISH has been called the Tony Stark of the fitness industry by multiple media outlets. He is the inventor of the world's most effective bone density building medical device and has partnered with Tony Robbins. Scientific discoveries based on his first invention drove his second invention, X3: the world's most powerful muscle building device.

HENRY ALKIRE is a biomedical engineer who has worked with Dr. Jaquish since 2012 on engineering, drafting patents, and authoring some of the most complex scientific research in the fitness industry.

Forrest Griffin is an American retired mixed martial artist and a UFC Hall of Famer. Since 2005, he has been signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship where he is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

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