Best-Selling E-Book, Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle Just Released For First Time In New
Hard Cover Edition by Random House, World’s Largest English-Language Publisher…
Insiders Predict: “Health And Fitness Book of The Year”
All I can say is that it’s about TIME!
But enough with the foreplay! Let’s cut right to the chase. If you’re reading my website, and I do believe you are, AND if you’re at all interested in fat loss, muscle building, body transformation, or health and fitness, in general, then you owe it to yourself to – at the very least – check out this amazing new book by Tom Venuto, especially before the launch sale is over and the special bonuses disappear.
And just between you and me, chances are very high that you really need this book (I’ll tell you why in a minute). Or, at the very least, you’d benefit greatly from reading it. Seriously, Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle could be the best $16.20 you ever spend on yourself (advertised sale price for hardcover edition during its launch week sale).
“But what is Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle and how could it ever help me,” you ask. Seriously? Have you been living under a rock for the past ten years?
Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle (BFFM) is one of the most successful self-published e-books in Internet history that has helped over 300,000 people “burn the fat” together over the past ten years. After its initial release in 2003, it sat comfortably in the number one spot of e-book sales charts for five years straight, and it is still to this day, one of the highest-selling e-books of all time. But Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle is an e-book no more.
And today, you can buy a brand-spankin’ new hardcover edition of BFFM that has been fully-updated, revised, and dare I say – nearly perfected. Never before has this powerful system been not only so accessible, but also so inexpensive.
Now, please excuse my lack of subtlety, but if you want to lose some fat, transform your body, or just get healthier, in general, then reading this book could very well change your life (no cliché!). Just take a look at some of the reviews that have been posted about it in the first 24 hours of its release.
This book changed my life. – Brian E. Nordberg
This book saved my life. – Tim Nelson
Tom Venuto’s Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle book changed my life! Thank you, Tom! – Lillian
This Is The Real Deal – Carlos DeJesus
I prescribe this book to my patients. I don’t do that lightly. – Laurie Marbas
Do not start another diet EVER without first reading this book! – Jacquelynn
note: click the links to read the rest of their Amazon review.
The Bottom Line
In all seriousness, I don’t offer a recommendation for a health, fitness, or weight loss related product lightly. And come to think of it, it’s not often that I give an unapologetic, emphatic, across-the-board endorsement. But that’s exactly what I’m doing with this book.
And usually, when I do give a recommendation, I also clarify who I’m making that recommendation for. And it’s true that I do offer some specific criteria about who BFFM is best-suited for in my own Amazon review, but the truth is that ANYONE who is even remotely interested in health, fitness, fat loss, or body transformation would benefit greatly from reading this book. I don’t care who you are. It’s just that good. And if you’re reading this, then I’d strongly recommend taking a look at it. Like… now.
More Info + Special Offer That Expires This Week
You can learn more about it and get most of your questions answered at the official site www.BurnTheFatFeedTheMuscle.com.
Or, you can pick up a copy on Amazon.com here: Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle: Transform Your Body Forever Using the Secrets of the Leanest People in the World
And if you do pick up a copy, make sure you SAVE YOUR RECEIPT NUMBER because if you order before Monday, December 16th, 2013, then you’ll also receive a huge collection of additional bonuses worth over $500 as part of the launch week sale. Don’t forget!
And if it helps, you can check out my 5-star review on the Amazon sales page, where I share why Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle is worth every single one of those stars. And as usual in typical Siffer-fashion, I think I’ve won the longest review award – at least so far. I tend to go on and on. But truth be told, there is so much more I could have said. Seriously. I barely even scratched the surface of all the things I like about this book, and how it can help you completely transform your body permanently and naturally for life.
But I’ve blabbed on long enough. So, just get over there and buy this book already! You can thank me later.
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You’ve heard it a hundred different ways before from who knows how many people. You’ve got to…
- outperform your last performance.
- increase your lifts by 5% each week.
- set a new personal record every time you train (e.g., #preveryday).
- consistently progress to more challenging tasks.
- do more sets, reps, or exercises each workout – even if only just one more rep.
- train harder, faster, or dare I say, better – every single day.
And when it comes to fitness training or strength and conditioning, that’s just the way that the Kaizen principle has been applied – Kaizen being a Japanese term that refers to improvement. But more specifically, Kaizen is often associated with the lifestyle practice of continuous improvement, which is a key principle of success. And if you’re at all interested in fitness or strength, then applying the Kaizen principle will be absolutely necessary – whether you’re familiar with the term or not. Because you and I can’t get around the principles of overload and progression, which requires that we consistently seek to adapt to greater demands in order to increase or maintain our fitness results.
But here’s the thing, if you really think that you’re going to add weight to the bar every single week or actually set a new personal record every time you train, and do this for the long-term, then you couldn’t be more wrong. And I wouldn’t want to disappoint you and find out later that you threw in the towel because you thought you were a failure when you didn’t measure up to your ambitious expectations.
I mean, think about it. If you added just 5 lbs to the bar every single week – in any given exercise – then in just one year, you’d be lifting 250+ pounds more in that lift. And in four years, you’d be lifting 1,000 pounds more. Now, I don’t know about you, but I’ve been training since I was eleven years old, and my best lifts are still only three digits long. And let’s just say that I can only add several pounds at a time to my lifts for so long before my progress starts to peter out. And these days, that usually happens in a matter of weeks – not months.
And if you’re not a weightlifter, then let’s just say that you set a new PR in some bodyweight exercise such as pushups or pull-ups every time you train. And maybe you only add one repetition to your max per workout. Do you really think you’ll be doing 100+ pull-ups in one set after a year or so? I think not, but all the power to you if you’d like to try.
Now, please don’t take this the wrong way and think I’m trying to discourage you because I’m not. And I’m not saying that achieving incredible things isn’t possible, but I am saying that the road to success in fitness or athletics is rarely hunky-dory and straightforward. In fact, this meme sums up the process quite well.
And that’s usually the way things go. You’ll have ups and downs. Good workouts and not-so-good workouts. Maybe even a few “I shouldn’t have even done that” workouts. You might set a huge PR one day, and the next be dragging your feet, barely able to salvage any semblance of a workout.
Continue reading The One Thing They Didn’t Tell You About Kaizen and Fitness Training
Today, I’m going to share 15 things that 15 years of fitness has taught me about what really matters when it comes to physical training, among other things. I think that this will be a nice change from the endless argumentation and bickering over mostly insignificant or otherwise inconsequential issues that is so rampant in the realm of health, fitness, and weight loss.
Now, some of these points may appear overly simplistic, but don’t overlook the immense value of the hidden truths they contain. If we could only internalize, practice, and embody these ideas to the point of forming a new identity, we would amaze ourselves at what we can achieve.
So, without further adieu, here are 15 things that really matter when it comes to your health, fitness, and quality of life.
What doesn’t matter: how many pushups, pull-ups, or sit-ups (etc.) you can do.
What DOES matter: that you push yourself every time you train to do and be better.
What doesn’t matter: whether you can qualify for the Boston marathon, or run a marathon at all.
What DOES matter: that you get out there and run because you want to and because you can. Period.
Continue reading 15 Lessons I’ve Learned From 15+ Years of Fitness About What Really MATTERS (Do This Stuff to Succeed)
I’ll never look at a turkey the same way again, or any other fowl for that matter.
You see, this past summer, a friend of mine invited me to attend a local chicken processing workshop with him, where we would be taught how to process a live chicken into chicken meat – from A to Z – killing, plucking, cleaning, you name it. I was quick to accept because it has always been an interest of mine to know how food gets from the farm to my plate. It’s also something I want my children to understand someday – that food doesn’t just magically appear on grocery store shelves – that death is required so that we may live.
Now, although I’ve eaten many-a-chicken before, I’ve never had to process a chicken until this class. So, I showed up not knowing what to expect, except that we would be getting our hands dirty. Needless to say, this would be an interesting experience for the whole group.
Continue reading Why I’m Especially Thankful for Turkey This Year
So, you’re on your way to the Moscow subway, which is obviously where you go every morning (who doesn’t?). You’re on time as usual. But today, you notice a new, snazzy machine resting beside the normal ticket machines. It turns out that this special machine offers subway tickets just like the others do, but it doesn’t deal in rubles. In fact, it does not accept any money for payment at all. Instead, the only currency it accepts is exercise, or more specifically, squats.
Think I’m crazy? Well, this is actually real. A Russian organization called Olympic Change installed these special ticket machines in Moscow subway stations to promote the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The machines are equipped with a camera, a screen, and a platform to help you count your reps. And after you finish your 30th repetition, out pops your ticket. And apparently, this machine can also tell if you’re cheating, too. You can see it in action in the video below.
Note: If you can’t read Russian, make sure the Captions feature is enabled in the Youtube player (ie CC button).
Now, maybe it’s just the peppy music, but I think I might be warming up to this kind of thing. But if I really think about it, I guess I have mixed feelings.
Continue reading Free Subway Tickets For Exercising: Good or Bad Idea?