The following message is from Derek Yaromich – a very motivated and successful athlete:

To all those reading this, chances are you are looking to better yourself. You are looking at creating a better you.

Well congratulations because you are half way there.

Personally I think there are two things that are necessary for success: hard work and smart work. If you are working with Ryan Munsey then you have already accomplished smart work. It’s up to you to put in the hard work.

It was the combination of these two elements, and Munsey’s 40 Inch Diet (now Freak Basketball Nutrition), which brought me from 170 lbs to 217 lbs in about 9 months. This was accomplished naturally, even if my haters continue to whisper behind my back saying that it’s impossible without steroids. Oddly enough none of them have worked with Ryan. What Ryan Munsey teaches isn’t magic nor will it guarantee success, unless you are willing to put in the work yourself.

“Work hard and success will come,” is a statement used all the time so it can lose its value, but it’s the truth. There were nights were I would be up until two o’clock in the morning because I refused to sleep until I ate the required foods I knew were necessary in order to increase my strength. If you really want to succeed you will, it’s as simple as that. Luckily for you, Ryan Munsey can help get you there, whatever your goals are. The guy knows his stuff and is more than willing to answer any questions you have. I look forward to his daily blogs which has been a constant source of knowledge and even have been able to incorporate many of his training methods into my own training. Work hard my fellow trainers and stay on your grind. – DY

P.S. I’ll see if I can find any photos before these ones. I had already been on the 40 Inch Diet prior to these “before” pics.
[quote style=”1″]Ryan,

Going from about 170 to 217 took a lot of effort and I couldn’t have been done without your help. Anyone can hit the gym and throw around weight, but it’s the hours grocery shopping, cooking and eating that really matter. It’s all those times you’re at a restaurant with your family and friends and have to wait until you get home because there is nothing on the menu that will get you to the next level. It’s those times when you have to put down offers to go to the bar because you know it won’t do you any good. I think you can vouch for me when I say that hitting the diet is a lot more of a sacrifice than just giving up poor foods. It goes much deeper than that. When your diet has a purpose and the people around you have a hard time excepting it, you find yourself spending time around different people. These are the people that are looking to find the best for themselves just like you. So again, I just want to say thanks! – Derek[/quote]




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