Ebook Download - Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle
Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle is probably one of the most comprehensive weight loss books out there right now. And it is written by someone who actually practices what he preaches. It talks about pretty much every topic you need to know about if you are wanting to lose fat. Tom Venuto makes a distinction that most people say they want to lose weight, but what they really want to do is just lose fat. Losing muscle would be detrimental to fat loss. He goes into great detail on everything that is important for losing fat and gaining muscle. He also includes several outstanding bonuses that add even more value to an already great book.
The main product is a 341 page guide (yes 341 pages!) and while it is well written and easy to understand then it would have been a bit easier to get through if it had been broken up into individual modules.
It gives you comprehensive information on all areas of fat loss and nutrition, in fact the first 270 pages are dedicated to that (along with goal setting, how to figure out your metabolic rate and body type and measure your progress etc).
This product gives you an incredible amount of information and I have 6 pages of notes from just the main product alone! In fact for the average person just looking to lose some weight then it maybe gives too much information.
It takes a long time to go through the guide and while the author does summarise all the information he gives you then it is hard at times to wrap your head around exactly what is expected of you because it is about forming a diet and exercise program that suits you and your body type.
The author is very hot on the fact we are all different and react to carbohydrates etc differently so he gives you a baseline to start at but you need to adapt the amount of carbs, protein and fat in your diet, plus total calories, based on the results you are getting, in the end you should find the perfect diet for your body.
The guide is written by a bodybuilder and it does constantly reference what bodybuilders do before competitions etc, and I think it is more geared towards someone really serious about losing all the fat they can and toning their body to look great. Make no mistake if you follow the full program there is a lot of work for you to do, but then I am confident it can get you fantastic results if you do follow it. All the information is the result of years of testing by the author, his colleagues and his coaching clients.
So this is not the product for a casual dieter who just wants to lose some fat and eat healthier, although if you are serious about changing the way you eat and live then I would say this is essential reading because it covers an incredible amount of information about almost everything you could want to know about eating healthy food, looking after your bodys needs and the effect that certain foods and macronutrients have on your body and your health.
Cardio is covered in some detail, including the best exercise to do and machines to use, how to boost your metabolism and how to choose exercises to avoid injury etc, but in a 341 page book there are only 23 pages on the subject
Weight training as you can imagine is covered in detail (although still only 29 pages) and you get some sample workouts as well although you dont get an explanation of how to do the exercises, just lists of exercises to do. There is an impressive FAQ that covers most of the burning questions people have about lifting weights.
So this product is for people who want to learn everything they can about themselves and their eating habits, and dedicate themselves to sculpting a new body. It is too indepth for most, but great for those looking for that level of detail.