New Book Shows You How to Build a Superhero Physique

Westminster, MD -- January 18, 2012

While America copes with an ever-expanding obesity epidemic, one man leads his assault in the fight with a combination of experience, organized instruction, and the call to courage, honesty, hard work and integrity.

In his debut nonfiction book, "Supermen: Building Maximum Muscle for a Lifetime", Craig Cecil explains the methods and mindset he used to transform the bodies of dozens of individuals over the past two decades into virtual supermen-the types of bodies that don't seem possible without performance-enhancing drugs.

The journey begins with a personal account of how Mr. Cecil transformed himself from a 165lb college kid into a lean, 260lb tower of muscle within a few short years. He goes on to explain how he did this, how he trained others to do the same, using a combination of exacting weight training technique, cardio instruction, and dietary adjustment, presented in a straightforward, logical approach.

Dr. Mark Gloth, a noted specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation comments:

"As an avid weightlifter and a physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation, I found this book to be a well-written, die-hard approach to muscle and fitness. Craig has the uncanny ability to combine the key ingredients of basic muscle physiology, proper techniques, and hard core lifts into a practical, organized and entertaining guide to building muscle."

In a revolutionary twist, the second portion of the book provides a barrage of over 100 workouts, each given a unique name and narrative, intended to keep the body building muscle on a consistent basis. Throughout the workout commentary, you can almost hear Mr. Cecil encouraging and challenging you to complete the gauntlet of workouts in order to reach your ultimate transformation.

"Supermen: Building Maximum Muscle for a Lifetime"

Available from: Amazon ( in paperback and Kindle formats.

About the Author

Craig Cecil has been involved in sports and the science of exercise since his days of high school athletics in baseball, through his collegiate career in NCAA Track & Field, to his devotion to weightlifting and bodybuilding pursuits over the past 20 years. During that time, Craig has trained with professional athletes, as well as multitudes of dedicated, ordinary individuals just wanting to build lean, muscular body weight. Craig is a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association and holds an MBA from Loyola University of Maryland.


If you would like to request review copies, more information about this book, or wish to schedule an interview with Craig Cecil, please send an email to with your inquiry.