It’s unmistakable there is a huge need for a bodybuilding diet plan. Today there are diet ebooks all over the web, not to mention more supplements, weight loss programs, ab machines, workout videos and “magic” diet pills than you can keep track of.
It can be tempting to fall victim to these “fast and easy,” “just take a pill” weight loss claims that are clearly too good to be true, but your curiosity gets the better of you.
But when the pain gets great enough, when you’ve been burned…AGAIN…you start to wise up. You shy away from “quick fixes” and begin to figure out the hard way about what really works; a calorie deficit, right food intake, smart training, changing your lifestyle and switching out your former negative habits with positive new ones.
Through all the internet diets that have come and gone in the previous decade, there is one that has stood the test of time: Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle. It’s been on the internet best seller list since 2003…every year! Men and women of every age in more than 141 countries have lost anywhere from a few pounds to 253 pounds. This program has a reputation for being sensible, science-based, honest and effective, and consistently gets positive reviews.
The author, Tom Venuto, has his degree in exercise science and has held certifications as a strength and conditioning specialist and personal trainer, but more significantly, Tom walks the talk. He is a natural-for-life bodybuilder, which means that he’s never taken steroids or other body-enhancing drugs. Venuto has competed in bodybuilding 28 times and has 6-pack abs you have to see to believe!
Many people are encouraged when they hear that Tom is a lot like them and that he was not genetically predisposed to be lean. It gives them the hope that they can do it too.
What the Program Includes
BFFM is published in PDF format so you can download the ebook. It’s a thorough book, 300+ pages, so if you’re searching for a quick read, this might not be the book for you. :)…