The Ultimate Guide to Body Recomposition

The Ultimate Guide to Body Recomposition


This collaborative ebook between Christopher Barakat and Jeff Nippard is designed to teach everyone with the goal of optimizing their body composition how to build muscle and lose fat at the same time!

This 250+ page Ultimate Guide to Body Recomposition includes: 

  1. How to set up calories & macros for recomp 
  2. What foods to eat 
  3. Nutrient timing (pre/post workout, pre-bed, etc.) 
  4. Refeeds/carb cycling 
  5. Feeding vs fasting 
  6. Supplementation 
  7. How to self-coach
  8. And much, much, more!

There is a pervasive myth in the fitness industry..

that you must do a heavy bulk to gain muscle and that it is impossible to build muscle while losing fat. But the latest scientific research tells us that simply isn’t true.

If you want to learn how to completely transform your body by gaining muscle WHILE losing fat, this is the best truly science-based guide for doing it!

Calories, macros & micros
Sample meal plans
Sleep and recovery
Pre, intra & post-workout
Self-coaching & updates

Body recomp testimonials


"Your book has really helped me get in the best shape of my life at 38 years old! & I've been training for 15+ yrs. If you feel like you’re spinning your wheels and haven’t been able to dial in your nutrition, the Ultimate Guide to Body Recomposition walks you through a step-by-step process to set up your diet (calories & macros) & teaches you how to optimize your peri-workout nutrition, when to make adjustments & why, how to potentially use cardio as a tool & much much more."


Frequently Asked Questions

Will this plan tell me my calories and macros?
Is this plan suitable for males and females?
Can I do this on a vegan or vegetarian diet?
Will this plan tell me how much cardio to do?
I heard recomposition is only possible for newbies, can recomposition actually work if I have been lifting for a while?
I haven't lifted weights in a while. Should I bulk, cut or recomp?
I am currently "skinny fat". Should I bulk, cut or recomp?