This is the 96 page .PDF ONLY version of the 12 Week Plan. Book edition available here.
The .PDF edition of our 12 Week Plan has been a passion project a year in the making and it's here to help you take a giant step into becoming a B.U.F.F. Dude or Grrrl! By grabbing a copy of our 12 Week Plan .PDF you'll have a resource and logbook for the home, gym or beyond.
At 96 pages the 3rd Edition of our 12 Week Plan is our biggest yet. We've taken 2 years worth of knowledge, questions and feedback gained from our prior two plans and compiled everything in this edition, covering everything from food, mobility, stretching, a lengthy F.A.Q. and of course the 12 Week Plan itself.
The 12 Week Plan .PDF contains sections on:
In full color and featuring dozens of pages of artwork and photos we've tried to create a .PDF which is not only a resource packed with information but also a perfect companion to our YouTube channel's video content. In addition to purchasing the .PDF please feel free to follow us along the 12 Week Plan at https://goo.gl/fmGkiO as we go over every section of the .PDF, including exercise tutorials.
We hope you enjoy the 12 Week Plan .PDF and good luck on your journey to becoming a B.U.F.F. Dude or Grrrl!
Note: As this is a digital download there are no refunds on this item.
| B.U.F.F. Dudes 12 Week Plan Book (.PDF VERSION)
How could you go wrong with the B.U.F.F. Dudes? I’ve been watching their YouTube channel for a few years now, so the program met /exceeded all of my expectations. I recommend the program for anyone trying to live a healthier lifestyle, look better, and feel better.
This was the first workout program Iv read where a Pre Week to get back into shape before starting the 12 week was included. Iv been on and off weight lifting through the years, have a good baseline of experience but sometimes just getting started and maintaining the first few weeks is the hard part. This was a great plus for motivation to complete the program.
So far, I’m almost done with the prep phase. It’s an excellent workout, and I’m getting stronger, but I often feel like I’m having a lot of pain with my shoulders. It’s more joint pain than muscle pain. I feel like it’s overuse more than muscle soreness. Just something to think about
As a not so buff dude trying become the very thing of buffness, Im enjoying it. I would recommend this!