Want a simple and sustainable way to lose fat, build muscle, increase your energy, and feel like a new man?
And do you want an approach that delivers the results at an accelerated rate and doesn't involve dieting?
Well, let me introduce intermittent fasting....
The most sustainable and easy-to-adopt fitness approach that will get you in the best shape of your life.
Loved by celebrities such as Hugh Jackman, Beyonce, Benedict Cumerbatch, and Ben Affleck - intermittent fasting is the key to getting lean quickly and easily.
But what is intermittent fasting?
You will be happy to know it's not a diet - it's a new approach to eating.
Intermittent fasting is simply the process of cycling between periods in which you eat with periods that you don't eat.
These short fasting windows cause your body to produce a multitude of hormonal responses.
These responses produce incredible benefits and results.
But what are the benefits? Well, here are just a few incredible examples....
Shred fat (without dieting or limiting the foods you can eat)
Build lean muscle rapidly
Increase your energy levels
Heighten your testosterone and growth hormone production
Improve your cognitive functioning
Strategically fasting is one of the most powerful ways to get in shape and stay healthy, as it is based on scientific evidence, not "bro science".
If you've ever tried to get in shape before and failed - don't despair.
The problem with most diets is they put too many limitations on what you can eat. Intermittent fasting is the opposite of this....
You don't need to make any major changes to your diet to reap the rewards.
So what are you waiting for?
Customer ReviewsSee All
Too short and sweet?
This audiobook was over before I knew it. It’s a good intro to intermittent fasting but the one crucial piece of information that was left out, or I missed, is how long the fasting should last (in weeks). He talks about the daily cycle but I wasn’t sure how long you should do it for in weeks. Is this a perpetual commitment, or something you should only do for a few weeks and then come off??
I was hoping to learn a few more facts about calorie intake during fasting. Will it break your fast if you have even one calorie? Some sources say anywhere from to 50 - 400 calories will not break your fast. Would you be able to provide some clarity on this?
Don’t expect any research or studies to back up claims. Just simple science and vocabulary, quick 45 min overview of fundamentals of IF.