Anthony Ellis

gabelovesnfg

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hey guys I was surfing the web one day and found a website http://www.skinnyguy.net the man in charge is anthony ellis and the program costs 80 dollars and was wondering if anyone has tried it or if anyone knows anyone who did. they have a pay forum which i found a way into just to see what the people were saying. they have pics and it looks like they got results i just dont know if a book is worth 80 bux or not. what do you guys think?
 
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big10956

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i got it, i got the book, preety decent ebook. I can give it to ya for trades of some sort perferbly online thing. Private IM me
 

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Hey,
I bought this about a year ago, still haven't started it yet.
it seems like it is a good book. I have no doubt that you would gain weight if you follow the program consistently. I am going to start it up soon.
 

Iwant8X6

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Anthony Ellis learned everything he knows from one source. Bill Phillips. You can pick up Bill Phillip's Book Body For life at any book store for like 20 bucks, maybe cheaper
 

Bryson

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Iwant8X6 said:
Anthony Ellis learned everything he knows from one source. Bill Phillips. You can pick up Bill Phillip's Book Body For life at any book store for like 20 bucks, maybe cheaper
*sigh*

That's such a crock of shit. The programs are totally different. Bill Phillips' book actually came out after Anthony's program and is more geared towards people who want to lose weight where as AE's is for people looking to put on muscle, although he does do fatloss as well. AE's program has the potential to change your life so I'd say it's worth atleast 10x it's weight in gold. Included in the program are his book but he also supplies you with a workbook, tape measure, food scale , body fat calipers as well as access to his forum and his private e-mail. If you are serious about this, then my answer is yes it's worth it!
 

Iwant8X6

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Yes his book may have come out after,but the whole program is based off of Muscle Media ;s Physique Transformation contests which Bill Phillips was owner of. We guess who placed in one of those contests? yes you guessed it, Anthony Ellis. Anthony Ellis didn't know Jack about fitness, and nutrition until he learned of what would later become "Body for Life". Albeit Anthony Ellis probably didn't stop learning, and fine tuning. I am not knocking his book, but if you want a good starting point get Body for life. Body for life is not just for people who want to lose weight.it can be adapted to gain muscle as well.
 

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The book is legit, someone I trust very much have gained 50+lbs using it. However, you can get all that info for free on the internet. It's up to you what you want to do. Also Anthony will talk alot about EAS stuff (bb nutrition) and promoting their stuff, just because he says it works for him doesn't mean you should get that expensive shit when you can get other stuff equally good for a lower price. Good luck with your progress whatever you decide to do.
 

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Bryson said:
*sigh*

That's such a crock of shit. The programs are totally different. Bill Phillips' book actually came out after Anthony's program and is more geared towards people who want to lose weight where as AE's is for people looking to put on muscle, although he does do fatloss as well. AE's program has the potential to change your life so I'd say it's worth atleast 10x it's weight in gold. Included in the program are his book but he also supplies you with a workbook, tape measure, food scale, body fat calipers as well as access to his forum and his private e-mail. If you are serious about this, then my answer is yes it's worth it!

No Sir. Anthony Ellis won a Bill Phillips Muscle Media transformation contest AT LEAST 5 or 6 years ago. I have the video with Anthony and the other winners. This was like '97 or '98. Then one day I saw his site via Cory Rudl. Also Phillip's contest was not about gaining or losing weight but about transformation. Some winners lost some gained, some just got more cut and some had Cancer or AIDS and were inspirations.
 
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