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The mind: If you are ready for change—real change, no looking back change—this is where you need to be. This is the source, the manual, the Rosetta Stone that can teach you to clear your mind, transform your body, and change your life . . . forever. There’s only one question, and only you can answer it: How bad do you want it?
The tools: Everyone possesses the capability to look the way they want. Joe Manganiello learned that when he achieved the “impossible,” overcoming difficult obstacles at every level by transforming himself into the ripped star of True Blood. It took nothing less than one hundred percent commitment, discipline, routine, and drive. Joe is living proof: If he can do it, so can you.
The results: The evolution never ends. You’ll live it every day, with an insane amount of internal confidence and absolutely no regrets. Not the struggle, the sacrifices, the sweat, and definitely not the image you see in the mirror. You’ll wake up each morning to a new future. All the answers are now in your hands. How far do you want to go?
You can pre-order his book here on Amazon.
About the Author
Joseph Michael “Joe” Manganiello (December 28, 1976) is an American film and theatre actor. He holds a BFA in acting from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. He played Flash Thompson in the original Spider-Man film series, and played recurring roles in television on ER, How I Met Your Mother and One Tree Hill, before landing his breakout role as werewolf Alcide Herveaux on the HBO television series True Blood for which he has garnered both popular and critical praise. In 2011, Manganiello was voted “Favorite Pop-Culture Werewolf of All Time” by the readers of Entertainment Weekly.
He has since split his time between True Blood and feature films such as the Steven Soderbergh-directed Magic Mike and the film What To Expect When You’re Expecting. Aside from his work in film and television, Manganiello is active with several charities including Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and the Los Angeles based “The Art of Elysium.”