The Skinny Fat Manifesto

A Program for overcoming your genetics and building the body you want

This program is for skinny-fat men and women—those individuals with excess body-fat, too little muscle mass, and slightly built frames.

What this book reveals

The skinny-fat manifesto

While skinny fat individuals live by the same universal principles of biology like everyone else, they are also in a disadvantaged position that precludes them from getting the same results out of “conventional” advice and wisdom.

This guide is written in plain language, with a minimum of scientific jargon. It contains practical principles to live by, train by, and eat by, and it includes 6 different training programs, all designed to be used for 6-8 weeks.

Used effectively, this manifesto has the knowledge, strategies, and tactics in it to change your body forever.

"I had been obese for almost 20 years. After buying the Achilles Program, I looked it over and decided to start doing basic lifting. This program blew me away and Ive kept it going ever since." – Jeff

"I've trained hard with the 5x5 program in the past, got stronger but never really looked like I lifted. Then switched to the Achilles program and began doing 16:8 intermittent fasting in October. And look." – S. Chen

"I followed the program to the letter, workout, diet guidance, and trusted the process. First picture is 137 lbs. Second picture is 3 months later, 173 lbs. 36lbs of mass gain, and clearly not too much fat gain." – James

"Your ideas were a game changer on how I deal with my life in many different aspects - gym, food, relationship, girls, family, friends, etc. I've never been so motivated, energetic and confident before. Thanks for all!" – Ricardo

The classic and generic approach will not work for you!

About The Author

From The Desk Of Alexander Cortes

I’ve been a personal trainer for 10 years, and I know whats it’s like to be a beginner in the gym and simply NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO.

You know you should be going to the gym, you’re probably excited to be there, but there are so many machines, so many weights, and so many endless options to “workout” with, where do you even start?

Sure, you can look up videos of how to do exercises, but what makes a good workout?

What is a good routine to follow?

What are the main movements you should be doing?

Over the years I’ve been working with novice clients, I realize the importance of getting them on easy to follow programs that deliver CONSISTENT results.

My goal has never been to dazzle my clients with my supposed knowledge, my goal is to measurably improve their muscle and strength week over week.

I guarantee that in following this program, you’ll save yourself months, even years of wasted time and effort in the gym, and you’ll learn the necessary principles to train yourself for a lifetime.

Alexander AJAC Cortes

I am a personal trainer, dancer, writer, and solo entrepreneur. My entire life, I have been enthralled by the power of the mind/body and the potential of human beings.

The "curse" of skinny-fatness does not have to stop you anymore