Thursday, December 11, 2008

Team EliteFTS 2008 Holiday Tips

EliteFTS has just released their Holiday Tips ebook. There are tons of great tips in there and the best part is that ALL proceeds go to the Make-A-wish Foundation for a min contribution of 10 clams. You really can't beat that. I just ordered mine last night. Click on the link below to pick up your copy now.

Full disclosure, I of course get NO money to promote this. It is a great cause and great price, so go there now and pick it up.

Team Elitefts Holiday Tips (e-Book)
from their link above

All proceeds go to Make-A-Wish Foundation®

Get inside advice from some of the world’s top personal trainers, coaches and strength athletes while benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation®. .

Team EliteFTS 2008 Holiday Tips contains 137 tips to get through the holidays with relatives, no gym,commercial gyms,holiday food and parties.This also includes 10 workout programs and one Circa-Max Raw Bench Press Program to peak your bench before the new year. As always you will find our usual EliteFTS humor scattered throughout the manual.

We request a minimum $10 contribution for this e-book, but we are leaving the option to donate extra if you like.

Of the 24 Team Elite FTS members who contributed to this publication, several have had their work published in national magazines.

Writers include:

Dave Tate—Founder of Elite Fitness Systems; renowned speaker and author and professional powerlifter

Mike Hanley—President of Hanley Strength Systems, LLC and Owner of The Training Studio in Morganville, NJ

Jim Wendler—Senior Editor and Sales Manager of Elite Fitness Systems

The Thinker—Parts Unknown, but a student of Soviet and Eastern Bloc training methodologies.

Alwyn Cosgrove—International Tae Kwon-Do champion; Renown personal trainer, writer and motivational, personal training and business speaker

Zach Even-Esh—Personal trainer and operator of Underground Strength Coach
Jim “Smitty” Smith—Strength Coach with the Diesel Crew

CJ Murphy—Owner and Head Instructor at Total Performance Sports

Shelby Starnes—Nutritionist at Troponin Nutrition

The Angry Coach—When someone is this angry, you learn not to ask questions

Brian Schwab—No. 1 ranked powerlifter at 148 pounds; WPO Lightweight Champion

Marc Bartley—Owner of Total Gym in South Carolina; One of the premier powerlifters at 275 pounds

Chad Aichs—WPO competitor in the super heavyweight division; Holds AWPC records in all three lifts and the WPO three-lift bench press record

Julia Ladewski—Sports performance coach and No. 1 ranked female powerlifter at 132 pounds

Matt Kroczaleski—One of the top powerlifters in the world at 220 pounds; 2006 WPO World Champion

Scott Yard—Top bench press and world record setting powerlifting competitor

Chris Clark—Super heavyweight division competitive powerlifter

Justin Harris—Owner of Tropinin Nutrition and the reigning Jr. USA Super Heavyweight Bodybuilding Champion.

Jeremy Frey—Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at the collegiate level; champion powerlifter

Scott Cartwright—Competitive powerlifter who has achieved Elite status in both the 275- and 308-pound weight classes

AJ Roberts—Director of Personal Training and Youth Fitness at a health club in Owensboro, Ky.; Ranked among the top powerlifters in the world in two weight classes.

Jason Ferruggia—Renowned strength and conditioning specialist in the New York/New Jersey area; has trained more than 700 athletes from over 90 different NCAA, NFL, NHL and MLB organizations

Rob Pilger—Known for producing winners and champions in several sports; people seeking fat loss and lean muscular gains have enjoyed much success with his methods

Mike Szudarek—Elite-level powerlifter in the 220-pound weight class; serves on the advisory board for the American Powerlifting Federation.

Team Elitefts Holiday Tips (e-Book) (click it for a link)