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Adonis Golden Ratio Named #1 Men's Fitness Guide In Review Released By DietsAndFitnessGuides.com
Date:2/17/2013

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) February 17, 2013

Adonis Golden Ratio, a program designed to help men achieve "perfect proportions" has been receiving an onslaught of media attention following it's release to the public earlier this month. In addition to being called "The Perfect Body Formula" by Men's Health magazine, the course has recently been awarded the title of "Best Men's Fitness Course" by leading diet and fitness review site DietsAndFitnessGuides.com.

"We are constantly testing and reviewing the latest diets and exercise programs on our website DietsAndFitnessGuides.com," reports Vince Delmonico. "We approach every new program with skepticism, but after a critical review of the Adonis Golden Ratio course we have come to the unanimous decision that this is the most effective training course currently available for men."

The Adonis Golden Ratio program was developed by leading fitness experts Kyle Leon and John Barban both of whom are well known for their breakthrough research in the fields of fitness nutrition, supplementation, and muscle building. In the Adonis Golden Ratio they reveal a specific ratio for the male body that has been proven aesthetically superior and able to create "involuntary attraction" in women. (Those curious about this research can watch a new video posted on the Adonis Golden Ratio website.)

Delmonico explains the factors that led DietsAndFitnessGuides.com to select the Adonis Golden Ratio for this prestigious accolade:

"While there are several excellent fitness programs on the market, the Adonis Golden Ratio is the first to pin point the exact bodily proportions that make men maximally attractive,
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