If you want to lose fat fast without causing muscle wasting, destroying your metabolism, or having to follow an unsustainable plan, this book is for you.
Some of the things we’ll cover are:
- The 19 best fat loss strategies that you can use starting today. They’re ranked according to their effectiveness and aggressiveness so that you can select the ones that suit you the best.
- One of the most controversial but powerful fat loss techniques. (Elite-level physique athletes use this to put their bodies into an optimal fat-burning state.)
- Why “ICE workouts” are excellent for fat loss. (Hint: it causes excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, which helps your body burn more calories and fat even when you do nothing.)
- One of the most effective science-backed fat loss techniques that most people overlook. (It has nothing to do with dieting or cardio.)
- Whether you should slash your calories when aiming to lose fat, and if so, how aggressively. (Most people go wrong here.)
- How to reap the fat loss benefits of (fasted) morning cardio without triggering muscle loss.
- The truth on whether you should use intermittent fasting if you want to lose fat while maintaining muscle mass.
- Whether keto is a smart idea for getting lean while maintaining muscle. (Keto has gained a lot of popularity over the years, but is it actually effective?)
- A no B.S. section on various performance-enhancing drugs. (You don’t have to use those substances. In fact, most people should steer away from them. But I’ve included this so that you’re well-informed and can decide whether they are the right decision for you.)
- What ski slopes can teach you about getting ripped safely and sustainably.
- How to cycle your calorie and carb intakes for maximum results. This is my all-time favourite method to shred up females. I love this approach because it works well ,mentally and physically and is sustainable.
- And much more.
Understanding risks and benefits enhances your training experience by giving you clearer distinctions, providing you with more choices, and helping you make better decisions. And not talking about drugs is burying your head in the sand when we really need more access to this information to better enable us to make our choices.
For example, some exercises have low risk and high benefit, making them excellent choices for almost anyone.
Some nutritional practices have high risk and low benefit, which usually indicates they best be avoided.
There are pharmaceuticals with high risk and high benefit, which means choosing to use it/them, although risky, could have high value to trainees under certain circumstances. The same can be said for certain nutritional practices. So if interested on my perspective, click the “add to cart” button now.