The Achievable Body is a program that tackles plateaus in fat loss for those who unsuccessfully tried losing weight before due to a slow down in metabolic rate and excessive, prolonged calorie deficit. The plan focuses on addressing the issue of so-called “metabolic damage” for long-term, unsuccessful dieters by resetting their metabolic rate to high levels and kick start them into fat-burning mode once again. In this review of Mike Whitfield’s program you will find out what this metabolic damage is all about, whether it is a gimmick or not, whether the plan works and what its pros and cons are.
The Organic Health Protocol is a program focused on eliminating chronic inflammation as the key to weight loss. While also containing a cardio workout section, the plan is focused mainly on restructuring your diet by eliminating all sources of foods that cause chronic inflammation and make you store fat. It is a simple blueprint based on medical grounds and structured in a 7-day layout that can be optionally extended. This review will uncover what it is all about, the author’s credentials and the pros and cons.
Eat Stop Eat by Brad Pilon is a simple and flexible strategy for fat loss without muscle depletion that does not require complicated meal plans and scientific calorie counting. It has nothing to do with traditional diet methods and relies on an intermittent fasting strategy instead. This review of Eat Stop Eat will uncover the program to reveal you how it works and what the benefits, pros and cons are.
Looking for a review of Turbulence Training? Here you will find the answers to your questions. How does it work? Is it a good program by a reputable fitness expert? What are the benefits, pros and cons and who is it suitable for? Overall, it is a simple protocol, easy to follow right off the start and the simplicity of the manual reflects that, no fancy graphs and pictures, just the nuts and bolts of the workouts and diet.