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How I Did It

A Fitness Nerd's Guide to Losing Fat & Gaining Lean Muscle

How I Did It is a candid, thorough, science-based approach to losing fat, complete with workout plans and instructions for balancing macros. It’s full of personal insight, humor, stoic wisdom, and simple strategies anyone can implement, no matter how hectic life gets.

How I Did It is a candid, thorough, science-based approach to losing fat, complete with workout plans and instructions for balancing macros. It’s full of personal insight, humor, stoic wisdom, and simple strategies anyone can implement, no matter how hectic life gets.

Losing fat isn’t a challenge when you follow the numbers. Everyone’s body is different, but there are Universal truths that make or break any fat-loss program for all of us. This book explains the simple science behind building your ideal body based on your goals.

Available in Kindle, ebook, hardcover, paperback, and as an audiobook!

Find it wherever books (and audiobooks) are sold.

Real, Simple Results

Don't Get Tricked
By Business

Less Cardio

You DON'T need to spend endless hours on a treadmill. Learn to use cardio to improve heart health, not for fat loss.

Maximize Gym Time

You DON'T need to waste all your free time in a gym. You can train effectively with a 3-, 4- or 5-day split.​

Yes, YOU!

You CAN achieve your ideal body at any age. Don't let anyone tell you it's genetics or that you need to devote your entire life to fitness. That's bullish*t!​

Live your life

You CAN be lean and muscular while living your life, spending time with friends and family, and being a regular person.​

Testimonials

Here are a few of the accolades I’ve received for How I Did It. Check out more reviews for the book on Amazon.

About the Author

Nate Clark is a writer, comedian, and communications scholar. (Yes, all of that.) He’s spent his career researching and creating commercial marketing strategies for major brands. Because of this experience, he is a master at distinguishing fact from spin (i.e., “bullsh*t”), especially when it comes to health and fitness products. 

Recently, he lost 30 pounds of fat after decades of unsuccessful attempts to get in shape. People kept asking him, “how’d you do it?” so he wrote it all down in a book. At 40 years old, he got into the best shape of his life, and in How I Did It, he shares the methods he used with anyone who wants to do the same.

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