The Second Element of Burn The Fat is your right nutrition.
You might have heard the expression, “You can’t out-train a lousy diet”… and that’s 100% true.
Without the right eating plan that accounts for your individual needs and goals, everything else falls apart.
I’ll cover all the specifics and details of putting this plan together with minimum fuss in just a few minutes with you… so keep reading…
First, here’s a crucial tip about how bodybuilders and fitness models eat to get lean…
And it’s one of the most important tips I can possibly share with you, because it’s the total opposite of what every “diet” tells you:
Cutting calories is NOT the best way to burn fat.
That’s why, if you watch bodybuilders, one thing you’ll notice about them is that they always seem to be eating.
You see, while “dieters” eat as little as they can stand trying to get thin…
“Burners” eat early and often, because they know it’s the key to restoring and ramping up your metabolism into a fat-burning machine.
They simply follow the simple formula to determine how many calories their bodies need daily to maintain their current weight (the amount they’d eat if they didn’t want to drop or gain a pound)… and then cut that number by a modest 20%.
That way, you never unintentionally over-eat and store food away as unwanted fat… and you also never trigger your body’s “starvation response” by eating too little, so you never feel hungry.
In fact, many people tell me they eat more with Burn The Fat than they’ve ever eaten… yet they get leaner than they’ve ever been before (and some who under-ate before find themselves eating up to 50% more without storing an ounce of it as fat)…
After depriving themselves on diet after diet, they’re eating without guilt and feeling full, without the hunger pangs, cravings and “brain fog” they’re used to.
Now, you might be wondering… if bodybuilders use food to fuel their metabolic fire, where does the final FAT BURN come from?
Well, that’s where the final two Elements of Burn The Fat come in as a “deadly duo” to melt fat off your waistline…
… and those are your right cardio and strength training.
You see, “diets” do get one thing right: You DO need a “calorie deficit” in order to burn fat… in other words, you still need to use up more calories than you eat.
The difference is, with Burn The Fat, the “deficit” comes from exercise rather than food alone.
Unlike the “diet” strategy that tries to starve the fat, the bodybuilder strategy is to BURN the fat with increased activity.
Think of the third element - the right cardio - as a Fat burning ACCELERATOR...
But Burn the Fat is unlike any other program you've ever seen, because Burn The Fat Cardio doesn't lock you into one type of exercise...
You don't have sweat on a treadmill every day... you don't have to jog... you don't have to sit on a hard bicycle seat for an hour... you don't have to do boot camps... unless you like them.
You see, the Burn The Fat way is not about what type of cardio you choose, it's about how you do the cardio of your choice.
It's a simple formula of duration X frequency X intensity combined with weekly micro-adjustments, that lets you dial your fat-burning UP or dial it DOWN (if you want to
losing weight), with whatever type of cardio that makes you happy.
Couldn't you lose fat, without cardio, with the right nutrition alone? Yes, but... that's the long, slow, hard way, and there's no telling how much muscle you'll lose along with the fat if all you do is diet and you're not using the fourth and final element...
The right strength training also burns calories and increases metabolism, so adding this fourth element is like getting a double boost in fat-burning, but here's the real reasons to strength train:
Strength training is how you avoid getting "skinny fat" ... or losing muscle when you're in a fat-burning calorie deficit.
And remember - it's lean muscle that gives a great body its shape – with all the right curves, and the strength to do everything you want your body to do.
Don't worry - I’m not going to make you “pump iron” like Arnold Schwarzenegger or spend half your life at the gym – remember, this is designed for ordinary people with lots of other demands on their energy and time.
That’s why I’ve built perfectly balanced routines for every goal and level of fitness into the Burn The Fat Program, based on 25 years of experience training hundreds of clients in person and thousands more online.
Don’t worry about getting “bulky” or “too big”, either – believe me, there is no way you will ever wind up looking like a competitive bodybuilder by accident. It just doesn’t happen – not even for men, and especially not for women…
Of course, just like nutrition, there’s no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” exercise plan, so I’ll show you exactly how to put your plan together and even adapt a workout you’re already doing if you want to, so please keep reading…
Alright, that was a lot to cover… You may be feeling a bit overwhelmed, and that’s okay. Basically, this means that..
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- Q: Do you really answer questions and give personal coaching on your site? How do you find the time?
A: Yes, I really answer your questions on the Burn the Fat private forums and I spend many hours doing it. I don't spend much time on social media, so I have more time for our members. However, I can’t guarantee this forever. This program is new and once word spreads, and it gets super busy, I’ll either have to cap membership, raise the price, or have Burn The Fat certified coaches take over for me. So if you’re interested in getting personal advice straight from the program creator (me), now is the time to get onboard.
Q: Do I have to take any supplements?
A: No. Most supplements are scams, some can be dangerous and the few that have scientific support have such a small effect, you would get more results just by doing a better job with your eating and training. You don’t need any supplements to burn fat or build muscle and you'll never see ads or promotions for supplements in our members area (I don't endorse or sell supplements and never will).
Q: Do I have to join a gym or buy any equipment?
A: You DO need some kind of resistance training because that’s the key to revving up your metabolism, sculpting lean muscle and keeping the muscle you already have. But you don't need expensive machines and you don’t have to join a gym - you can work out at home if you prefer. The beginner workouts can be done with nothing but free weights (like dumbbells) and your own body weight as resistance.
Q: I'm not a bodybuilder - will this program still work for me?
A: Yes. The program was developed BY a bodybuilder, but it's not just FOR bodybuilders. Think of it this way: Bodybuilders are the leanest, most muscular people in the world, so if you want to get leaner or more muscular, who better to learn from? I designed the program so you can use bodybuilder and fitness model techniques to reach your own personal goals, whether that’s building muscle or just toning up, losing 100 pounds or the last 10 pounds, getting ripped or just getting leaner than you are now.
Q: Does the program work as well for women as men?
A: Yes, in fact our membership is now more female than male (53% women and 47% men in our last survey). Women have different needs and the program gives you the exact calculations for the female metabolism (there are separate calculations for men). The workout programs work equally well for men and women (women need muscle too, most women simply want muscle tone, not muscle bulk).
Q: I just turned 54. Am I too old to start this program? Please be honest Tom.
A: Honestly, you’re too old NOT to get started. The science shows that college-age kids don’t have to worry about hormone levels and muscle loss – getting in shape is easy for them. From your 30’s to 40’s and beyond, when hormones and metabolism start to change, if you don't eat the right food and get the right exercise, your muscles (and bone density) disintegrate faster with every passing year, while fat goes on easier. Age 35-55 is our biggest member demographic and more people are joining us after 55 than ever because that age group is finally discovering how crash diets accelerate aging while training and feeding the muscle reverses aging.
Q: I can't eat wheat or any products with gluten. Can I still follow the nutrition part of the Burn the Fat program?
A: Yes. Gluten intolerance is common and you can easily work around it. The food choices are flexible and substitutions are easy.
Q: I'm lactose intolerant. Can I still do the Burn the Fat nutrition program?
A: Yes. Lactose intolerance is even more common and it's also easy to work around it. Dairy products are optional on this program.
Q: Will this work for vegetarians?
A: The program is very easy to adapt for semi-vegetarians who eat dairy, eggs and or fish (no meat). The program was not designed specifically for vegans but can be adapted for vegans as well, as long as you’re able to customize your own meal plans based on which foods you eat.