The magazines have been good to me this month. Currently on shelves, I have articles featured in the current issue of Men’s Fitness magazine (August 2010 issue, pg.32), Men’s Health magazine (August 2010 issue, pg.58) and FIGHT! magazine (June 2010 issue, pg.68). So, yeah – get your butt to the bookstore and get to reading. 🙂

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To top it all off, I’m also honored to have contributed some tidbits of training knowledge to the 10-Ton Workout featured in the new, August 2010 issue of Muscle & Fitness magazine.

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That brings the count up to appearing in four magazines this month.  That’s right, Nick Tumminello/ Performance University and YOU (the readers of NickTumminello.com) are taking over the fitness world and we’re here to stay baby!

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The 10-Ton Workout

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If you’re looking for a simple to follow, well balanced workout program that will improve your strength and pack on the muscle –  The 10-Ton Workout is a fantastic training option!  And, for the cost of a single magazine, it’s a no brainer!

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Basically, each workout, you’ll lift 10-Tons using the sets and reps – weight formula described in the article. How badass is that?

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I highly suggest you rush out and pick up the latest issue of Muscle & Fitness magazine (shown above) and start using the 10-Ton Workout program if you’re looking for a new strength program. Not only will you get a great training program. But, you’ll also learn why I like programs like this and use similar one’s with my athletes here at Performance U.

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After you pick up the 10-Ton Workout issue, go here to check out 10-Ton Workout video.

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My hats off to the author of the 10-Ton Workout, David Barr, for his creative idea and for designing such a creative bodybuilding training concept anyone can immediately use to boost strength and muscle.

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What do you think of the 10-Ton Workout? Comment below…

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