Shred body fat with top nutritional programs and advice from some of the country's top trainers and strength coaches. STACK has inside access to the experts that help athletes transform their bodies with upper body and lower body routines, plus on-field skills and drills to help you excel once your body is in line. Read on to discover even more of the can't-miss nutrition and training techniques that can help you shed fat in a safe and effective way. Forget crash diets and going low-carb — we've got the athlete-approved tips that will help you get the results you need.
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