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Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle Scam

Burn The Fat, Feed the Muscle is an eBook written by Tom Venuto which reveals the Top Secret methods of Bodybuilders and Fitness Models. Some have stated that Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle (BFFM) Is their “Fat Loss Bible.” But, I purchased a copy of this program to see whether or Not it really stood up to it’s fame.

Is it REALLY worth your money?

Who is Tom Venuto?

Tom Venuto is a world-renowned fat loss expert. He is a personal trainer, nutritional consultant, motivation coach, fitness model, health club manager, and freelance writer. Tom’s helped tens of thousands of individuals lose fat and gain lean muscle mass with his Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle eBook. His articles have been published in Ironman, Natural Bodybuilding, Muscular Development, Exercise for Men, and Men’s Fitness.

Lets review some of the pros and cons of this program:


  • Tom shows you how fat loss works. And once you realize how all the different aspects of fat loss come together, you will be able to come up with some realistic goals. BFFM does not make unrealistic claims, although when you look at the transformations on his website, you will get to understand what is capable if you put your mind to it and use his advice to the best of your abilities.
  • The most important aspect of the eBook is when Tom talks about proper mindset. With his tips and techniques, you can recondition your mind to help push through fat loss plateaus. This is extremely crucial information, and something I have not seen expressed in other fitness manuals.
  • Tom gives you a list of foods that you can find in your local grocery store for instant results! There’s no impossible diets to follow, nor does he recommend taking dangerous supplements. Tom also gives you four separate weight training programs which are aimed at various levels of fitness. So, this eBook works for beginner, intermediate, and advanced trainees.
  • All in all, BFFM is all about a balanced, common sense approach to improved health. You won’t get short-term results. Tom shows you how to make permanent lifestyle changes that lead to permanent fat loss.


  • The only one drawback is that this is a LONG read. At over 300 pages, you won’t finish this one sitting. But take it step by step, and take notes. Print certain parts out (not the whole thing!), and save the parts that you can implement right away in your lifestyle. Don’t worry, you’ll get through it if you put your mind to it.

Click here to Grab a Copy of Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle

Additional Benefits:

  • I’m glad this is a digital download. You’ll get it as soon as you read it. And the quicker you start reading and consuming the information, the closer you’ll be to your goals.
  • I’m also glad that Tom Venuto makes a distinction between Water weight and Fat weight. This prevents you from having unrealistic interpretations about your results.

The Number One Reason Why You should Purchase Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle:

Out of all the benefits of this system, there’s really only one reason that I personally love the program – You can actually transform your physique with practical methods and training techniques. It’s the ultimate manual for average, everyday folk who don’t have the time commitment to train like bodybuilders and fitness models.

Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle is ideal for…

  • Busy professionals who want a simple, easy system to improve their health.
  • Busy moms who want to get in shape and improve their energy levels.
  • Students who want to learn how to eat right despite their not-so-healthy environment. (Trust me, I know what they sell in those college food courts. I just graduated a year and a half ago, and that food is still haunting me!)
  • Average Joes who want to get in shape with a training program that matches their fitness level.
  • Overweight individuals who are tired of complicated training and diet strategies.

What You Get:

  • Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle eBook
  • Foods that Burn Fat Bonus
  • Foods that Turn to Fat Bonus
  • The A food B food lecture: How to Get Good Grades on your Food Choices Bonus
  • A Lifetimes worth of FREE Updates to the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle eBook
  • Limited Time Bonus: How to Measure your Body Fat in your Home

Click here to Grab a Copy of Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle

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Explode Workout: After the Storm

I always like to talk about a training program AFTER a huge launch. Yesterday was the last day of a 3-day promo launch of Arnel Ricafranca’s Explode Workout Program. Now, with all these products on the market, the number one question people want to ask is – Is Arnel’s Program REALLY worth your cash?

Well, unlike most programs, you have a great chance here to try a sample of the program BEFORE you purchase the full product. You see, Arnel is like a YouTube GOD! He’s got a lot of workouts on there.

He just started posting Explode Workout videos. He has five already. Lets take a look at all five of them:

Explode Workout for Killer Arms and Abs

Explode Summer Workout Part 1

Explode Summer Workout Part 2

Iron Man 2 Workout, Part 1

Iron Man 2 Workout, Part 2

Wow, Arnel makes those pullups look so easy.

What is Explode Workout?

Explode workout is a pretty cool sound name. But what exactly is it? The idea is pretty simple: 3, 20 minute workouts per week to help you drop loads of fat. You know, I’ve been talking about this for years.

In fact, all my workouts are under 20 minutes, and they work perfectly for me. So a 60 minute per week program certainly looks like it would work to help someone lose fat and build lean muscle mass.

But, these workouts must have one key component: INTENSITY. Just from looking at Arnel’s YouTube videos you KNOW that he has the intensity aspect covered. However, intensity is something that is relative to the individual trainee.

For example, when I workout or train someone, we try to move through the entire workout with as little rest as possible. Workouts are done in a circuit format. The focus is trying to complete the movement as fast as possible, as long as your technique is on par.

If your technique is wobbly, then I (or a training partner) will call you out on it, and correct it, while the time is running. So you can’t afford to screw up on your technique. These measures, literally force you to keep a mental note on 1) going as fast possible an 2) executing each movement as safely as possible.

That is the overall concept behind Arnel’s training program – high intensity circuits done within a short period of time to boost your metabolic rate.

Explode Workout Proof

It’s too early to tell whether or not Explode Workout will work in the real world (I’m sure it will, though). However, Arnel did try the program on his cousin before launching it. Take a look at these pics:

Before Pics:

After Pics:

That is sick! I’m sure we’ll see tons of great new transformations coming along with this bran new program in the next few months. You can be one of them! All you have to do is CLICK HERE to grab your copy of Arnel Ricafranca’s Explode Workout Today!
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4 Reasons Why the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet Didn’t Work for You

The Xtreme Fat Loss Diet was a diet recently released by Joel Marion. After the buzz, and after the dust has settled, it’s time to take a hard look at this nutrition program. Frankly, I’m not a huge fan of xtreme diets.

So I’ll tell you right now, I did not follow it. I think it’s best to just eat healthy, and train hard. I personally have no desire to get insanely ripped. My goals are much more long term – to be healthy and athletic for the rest of my life.

Pretty simple. However, there are many individuals who do wish to get ripped and want to drop the stubborn fat. Since it hasn’t even been a month since Joel Marion’s product release, it’s difficult to tell whether or not the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet will work for you.

But for some that have purchased the diet, and others that have not, here are 4 reasons why Xtreme Fat Loss Diet will not work for you:

1 – You Only Follow the Cheat Days

People love cheat days. The idea that you can eat anything you want on a diet is very attractive. However, looking at the diet, and having some experience with Joel Marion’s original cheat to lose diet, I can see people going crazy on cheat days.

You’re supposed to. But once every 5 days. Not once every 3 days, or not every other day. There will be people who modify the program and turn their weekends into cheat days. They say, “Oh, I’ll just follow the program 5 days a week, then eat anything on cheat days.”

But that’s not how the program works. Joel has created the program based on his experiences. So I think it’s safe to say he knows what he’s doing. He didn’t just slap this program together in a matter of hours.

2 – You Didn’t Even Get Started

So you bought the diet, and you looked at it, and you got scared, and you didn’t get started. Well, obviously if you don’t try the program, then you won’t get any results. Then you go ahead and ask for a refund.

Look, the program is hard. It’s not for everyone. So the question I want to ask you is….why did you even purchase the program? Look, if your out looking for a quick fix to your health and fitness issues, then let me tell you the hard truth – you’re going to keep buying products and keep putting money in the pockets of trainers and nutritionists and bloggers such as myself, without achieving any results.

So before you buy your next program, stop becoming scared of eating right and working out, and go do it. Get yourself onto a consistent diet and training program before you try any hardcore stuff. You’re not ready for it.

3 – You Did Not Perform the Recommended Workouts

John Romaniello was nice enough to provide a set of workouts that coincided with the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet. Why didn’t you follow it? If you’re currently on a “training cycle” then follow the diet after your training cycle.

Just as there’s a reason why you’re cheating once every 5 days, and not on the weekends, there’s a reason why John Romaniello gave you a set of workouts along with the diet. Because he knows something you don’t.

Once again, these trainers and nutritionists don’t just slap together random program and diets. It takes hard work and lot of testing. They usually end up testing things on themselves or on their clients.

So just follow the damn program!

4 – Deep Down, You Really Don’t Want to Get Ripped

I think everyone goes through a phase where they want to get super ripped. But when I surveyed my list a few weeks back, I realized that the large majority of you wanted athletic workouts. There was a second place tie with general maintenance and fat loss.

Only 16% of you wanted to focus on mass gain. But I think this is a pretty good spread over the majority of people out there. There’s only a small percentage of people who want to truly get ripped. Everyone else just wants to look athletic and feel good.

So if deep down, you really don’t want to get ripped, then the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet isn’t for you. You’re better off going after a more athletic training program, such as:

However, if you’ve decided that the xTreme Fat Loss Diet is for you, and are absolutely prepared for the mental hell you’ll be going through to get the body you desire, then it’s time to take action and grab a copy of Joel Marion’s program.

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At Home MMA Conditioning

The term “conditioning” in the MMA refers to how long you can last. It’s more than just endurance. Runners have endurance, but they’re not very well conditioned. Conditioning is actually a multitude of things:

  • The ability to keep going even when you’re physically tired
  • The mental strength to push through a tough fight
  • The ability to unleash a barrage of combos, rest for a short moment, recover, then go at it again.
  • The ability to take a lot of hits, and hit back faster and stronger

In other words, it’s all about outlasting your opponent. This is why an MMA fighter’s conditioning routine is so varied. It needs to be. It must address a multitude of strength qualities at once.

So how do you develop a conditioning routine, using the tools in your own home? Well, there are a few things to keep in mind:

Gradual Progress

There are two issues I see with most training programs: 1) there is no planning for progress and 2) the planning for progress is too fast. Yes, you must PLAN for progress. But this planning must be gradual.

For example, instead of adding 5 lbs each week to a lift, you can perhaps add just 1-2 lbs per week. But, obviously this isn’t always doable, as dumbbells and barbells only go up by 5lbs. So, what are some other things you can do?

Well, there are 5 different things you can manipulate in a workout to make it slightly more difficult:

  1. Increase weight
  2. Reduce rest periods
  3. Increase sets
  4. Switch to a more difficult movement
  5. Add reps

So instead of just adding 5 reps to a movement each week. You can perhaps try and drop you rest periods on week, add an extra set the following week, add some weights the week after, etc. These gradual and varied progressions will dramatically boost your conditioning over a 10-12 week period.

Re-Defining Intensity

The term intensity is constantly tossed around the fitness world with a variety of meanings. In strength training, it refers to what percent of your 1RM you lift. So if you’re max is 200lbs, and you’re lifting 190lbs, you’re lifting at 95% intensity.

In the MMA world, it’s all about a percentage of your maximum effort. In a way both definitions are very similar. But fighters measure intensity as Perceived Effort. Most fighters know what they’re capable of and are constantly trying to push though the threshold.

However, as a beginner, you may need to use a scale to gauge your intensity level. For example, start off with a general workout, and record that as a “5”  Perceived Effort (PE) level. 5 means average.

Now every workout you do in the future will be ranked based on that first workout. After a few weeks, you’ll find that “sweet spot” where most of your workouts are at a PE level of 7 or higher. 7 or higher refers to super intensity workouts.

Sports Specific Training

Once you’ve understood intensity and planning for progress, it’s time to take a look at all the movements you perform and make sure that you’re using sports-specific movements and drills. There’s nothing wrong with jogging and bicep curls.

However, they should not be the back bone of your training. MMA is all about speed and power. So you want to focus a lot on Olympic lifts or hybrids of those lifts with dumbbells or kettlebells. In addition, you want to perform movements that allow you to engage your entire body.

Once you’ve got these functional movements into your routine, you can incorporate jogging for some aerobic training and biceps training for arm strength. However, MMA does not require the level of endurance training of a jogger, nor do you need superior arm strength. Keep that in mind.

The next step is to organize your workouts based on the time and conditions of your fight. So, if your fight includes 5 rounds at 5 minutes per round, 1 minute rest, then it would benefit you if you organize your training to teach your body to go all out for 5 minutes, rest for 1 minute, and repeat that cycle 5 times.

Putting it All Together

Now it’s time to put these three principles together. First, make sure you’re using majority compound movements and organize your workout based on your fight. Second, after your first workout, write down your PE.

I suggest keeping your first workout at a PE of 5. This will be your marker – what you compare it to future workouts. To plan your future workouts, make gradual changes to make it harder and increase your PE.

There you go. These three tips should help you develop a comprehensive MMA conditioning program. However, if you want a proven, done for you program, then I suggest checking out Eric Wong’s MMA Strength and Conditioning Program.

Click here for more information.

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PC Richards and RCA Suck

As I’m writing this, I’m on hold with RCA. They probably won’t answer my calls. And even if they do, they probably won’t help me in any respectable way.

That’s because they’re customer service sucks. And whats worse, they’re product sucks. They won’t do anything about it because they don’t care. Having a bad product is one thing, but having bad customer service is worse.

I realize this post has nothing to do with fitness. It’s highly personal. I have never done this before. But I do feel that I need to get this off my chest. And warn other consumers before they buy anything.

Lets start with PC Richards. I have purchased 4-5 headphones from them in the past year. The same issue arises – one of the ear plugs doesn’t work and stops delivering sound.

I was purchasing those 9.99 gummy headphones. The last one I purchased was a $17.99 RCA headphones. The sound quality was exceptional. I didn’t use it.

It was for my sister. But yesterday she came to me and asked me if I still had my receipt. I didn’t. But I went back to PC Richards today, and the lady didn’t even ask me for a receipt.

She just said nothing could be done. I should contact the company. And that was that. She didn’t even ask me for a receipt. I could understand not getting a refund due to lack of receipt.

But she didn’t even make an EFFORT to help me. Nor did anyone else at that stupid ass store. Now I’m with RCA. They didn’t even post their phone number on their own website.

I had to go to to get the number. As I write this, I’ve spoken to the lady on the other line twice. Obviously she can’t help me because I’ve reached a “business” line, and she has no access to a number that deals with headphones.

Anyways, what I want everyone to know here is that you absolutely need to research a company you buy from. I’m just dealing with headphones here. But what if I had purchased a TV from them!

I did come across a story about a guy who purchased a TV from them and was talking to customer service for over a year! I can imagine this because just for headphones, I keep getting transferred to a variety of numbers.

Each individual has some strange excuse. It started off with “we’re a business line,” then went to “we don’t deal with WIRED headphones.” What the hell is that?

Ok, so right now I finally got to someone. And they said that I need to send in the headphones with my receipt. I’ll go back to PC Richards and reprint my receipt, send it out to them, and see what happens.

Worst thing that will happen is I’ll lose $17.99 (plus whatever it costs to ship this piece of junk out). But I feel sorry for the dude who lost all that money on his TV set.

I’ve joined this individual’s boycott on, and also created my own boycott for PC Richards. For those that want to join these boycotts and share their customer service horror stories, I’ll post links below.

But before that I just want to say that I personally try my best to provide the best customer service possible. I get questions all the time about the products I promote.

Problems occur. Sometimes a link is broken. Some of these authors and trainers are super busy so it’s difficult to get in touch with them. Many of them are one man businesses that do not have an arsenal of customer service reps.

As someone who is making sales of these products. I am technically an online store. And I don’t need to provide any sort of help. It won’t affect me in any way.

I’m not a big company. But I do it because I care.  First, I try to focus on the best, top quality products. And even if these products do not live up to the standards of the people that purchased them, I’ll do my best to help them out.

I’m not doing this to brag in any way. I’m doing it because I myself am a consumer, just like you. No one likes to be screwed over.

Here are some of the RCA phone numbers that I was transferred to. The third one down worked for me. But if you ever have any trouble, you can try the others as well.

  • 6314366499
  • 8007326866
  • 8006454994
  • 8003361900
  • 8005113180

Yes! I was transferred 5 Times! What a croc of bs. The first one was supposed to be their corporate office. But it obviously wasn’t.

Ok, so here’s how you can join the boycotts:

  • For PC Richards –
  • For RCA –

Sorry to talk about this on this website. We’ll return to fitness info within a few hours. Thanks for reading and your support!

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Body Recomposition: Transforming From Fat to Muscle

by Tom Venuto of

Weight loss contests, especially the Biggest Loser, where obese people drop insane amounts of body weight – like 10, 15 or even 20 lbs in a week – have become extremely popular. Many people say they get incredibly inspired and motivated watching these huge weight losses take place right before their eyes. I agree that fitness contests are a powerful motivational catalyst. But I also believe that there are some fatal flaws in contests that encourage rapid “weight loss.” That’s why I finally decided to host my own body transformation contest – the “Burn The Fat Challenge”…

But Our Contest Was NOTHING Like The Biggest Loser…

Our fitness contest is different because it’s a body composition transformation contest – not just a “weight loss” contest.

If you’re not hip to what “body composition” means, then the results of our first contest (2009) are going to blow your mind: Josh Ketter, the men’s champ, and Ryan Cochrane, one of the top finalists, only lost one pound.

You might be thinking, “what kind of weird body transformation contest were you running where the winner and the finalists only drop a pound?”

Well, it might seem weird if you thought success at body transformation ONLY meant dropping large amounts of weight on the scale, but…

What About The Difference Between Fat Loss and Weight Loss?

What if you gain muscle while losing weight? Think about this – if you gain muscle in a weight loss contest, you get penalized, right? But shouldn’t you be REWARDED for gaining muscle as well as burning fat? Wouldn’t that be the ultimate prize?

That’s the fatal flaw of “weight loss” contests: Most people are obsessed with scale weight but don’t pay any attention to their body composition – the all-important fat-to-muscle ratio.

Of course, some of the contestants in our last Burn The Fat Challenge contest DID drop a lot of weight – 14, 19, even 26 lbs in only 7 weeks. In our upcoming 98 day challenge those amounts could be double that. But the person who drops the most pounds is not necessarily voted the winner in the Burn The Fat Challenge.

Some contestants became winners because they made astonishing improvements in their muscle to fat ratio, even though they didn’t lose much weight.

For example, Josh lost LESS than a pound because the solid new muscle weight replaced the fat weight. As you can see from his photos, he looks leaner AND more muscular, but the scale hardly changed at all!


How Gaining LEAN Muscle While Losing Fat Helps Women Get Fit, Sexy and Bikini-Ready…

The Burn the Fat System works for women too, and replacing fat with muscle is EXACTLY what most women need, but aren’t getting, because most women are worried about getting “bulky.”

Women who don’t train for more muscle are making a BIG mistake! What most women don’t realize is that if you strip off fat AT THE SAME TIME as you put on lean muscle, you don’t get bulky – you get strong and sexy!

The idea that women who gain muscle will look bulky or masculine is completely false (except for women who take anabolic steroid drugs, and I would NEVER recommend that!)

Take a look at Sarah’s before and after photos below. She gained an astonishing 7 pounds of muscle during the last Burn the Fat challenge contest. Her body transformation pics put to rest the idea that women get bulky from gaining muscle. They also reveal why the scale can play tricks on you…


Take note especially of the muscle Sarah added to her shoulders and arms (did you know that adding muscle to the side of the deltoids/shoulders creates an “optical illusion” of a smaller waist? It’s one of the tricks of figure girls, fitness models and bodybuilders).

Look at at the numbers too: She actually GAINED a pound of bodyweight according to the scale, increasing from 119 to 120 pounds, BUT her body fat decreased from 19% to a ripped 12.6%.

That’s a 7.9 pound GAIN in lean body mass and a 7 pound loss of body fat!

Bulky? Manly? I don’t think so!

This is what burning the fat and feeding the muscle can do for the female figure!

These results are definitely not typical. Most people don’t lose 7 pounds of fat weight and replace it with 7 pounds of muscle weight in 7 weeks. More typical results might be 1-2 pounds per week of fat lost (7-14 pounds in 7 weeks) and, if you do everything right, 2 or 3 pounds of muscle gained at the same time.

However, these body composition transformations do show what is possible with hard work, a goal, support and accountability.

3 Things You Must Know To Make Body Transformations Like These

My fat burning programs have helped dozens of men and women lose over 100 pounds, and up to as much as 256 pounds. I’ve published their success stories on the Burn The Fat Website, in the burn the fat newsletter and in our famous success story interviews at the Burn The Fat Inner Circle.

Why then, did I show you the success stories above, where there was virtually no “weight loss”, instead of 100+ pound massive weight loss stories – the kind so popular on TV shows today?

There are 3 major reasons:

1. I wanted you to see real-world proof that it IS possible to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time…
2. I wanted you to realize the difference between weight loss and fat loss…
3. I wanted you to finally give up the notion that weight loss is the only goal that matters

You may have a lot of weight to lose (body fat), but weight loss is not all there is to a body transformation.

Some people are not seriously overweight, but they are seriously unhappy with their bodies.

Whichever is your situation – you want to drop 40, 70 or even 100+ pounds, or if you don’t need to lose a lot of weight but you want to firm-up, lean-out and re-shape how your body looks, here is the perfect chance for you to do it.

We hold two Burn the Fat Body transformation contests per year. Our winter contest (the holiday challenge is only 7 weeks (49 days) long and takes place over the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New year’s Holidays.

We are running another transformation contest over the summer of 2010.

It’s NOT a weight loss contest – it’s a “BODY COMPOSITION TRANSFORMATION CONTEST.”

If you choose to enter and accept this challenge, you will take a “before” photograph of yourself between May 24th and May 30th.

You will also record your body weight AND your ULTRA-IMPORTANT body fat percentage. The body fat test will then tell you how much of your weight is fat and how much is muscle.

You may lose a lot of weight, or you may lose only a little. However, the winners of the Burn the Fat challenge will be chosen based on the following:

1. The improvement in your body as seen in your before photo compared to your after photo.
2. The improvement in your body composition (the fat-to-muscle ratio)
3. The essay you will write about your experience at the end of the 98 day contest.

For full contest details, including information about the grand prize trip to MAUI, check out this page of the website:

Tom Venuto’s Summer Transformation Challlenge

The contest entry deadline is May 30th – mark your calendars now!

Tom Venuto
Author, Burn The Fat, Feed The Muscle

P.S. Register before Sunday, May 30 to get in the best shape of your life and a for a chance to win a trip for two to Maui, Hawaii:

Tom Venuto’s Summer Transformation Challlenge

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Tom Venuto 2010 Summer Body Transformation

When it comes to getting in the best shape of your life, sometimes all it takes is a big juicy “carrot” (a giant reward) to really get your motivational juices flowing again.

Here’s a perfect example…

Tom Venuto and the guys over at the “Burn The Fat” websiteshave launched what they are calling “the world’s first body composition transformation contest.”

They’re giving away a CRAZY reward to the winners…

They’re sending the winners to one of the world’s most luxurious resorts in Maui – The 5-Star Four Seasons on Wailea beach.

I saw the photos of this place, and I have to admit, even I am tempted to enter this contest!

Click here to see the contest info

Not only has Maui been rated the top island destination in the world for 15 years in a row, CondeNast Traveler magazine rated this resort as the best in all the Hawaiian islands.

And you can win a dream vacation trip there – 7 days and 6 nights in tropical paradise… All you have to do is get in shape!

Really. Get in shape. Go to maui.

Of course, there may be a few thousand other people who want that vacation too, but that’s the fun of it – this is a body transformation competition.

This one is very different from most fitness contests these days. It’s definitely NOT like the “biggest loser” because  it’s NOT a wt. loss contest.

In “wt loss” contests, people are rewarded even if they avoid weight training, lose muscle, drop buckets of water weight or even cheat by taking laxatives or diuretics… It’s all about the almighty scale.

As tom wrote on one of his recent blog posts, “Hmpf! Big deal! I know wrestlers who can sweat out 20 pounds overnight!”

When you accept this challenge and enter the Burn the Fat contest, you will not only take before and after pictures, you will also measure your body fat percentage so you can be judged visually and numerically on your improvement in body composition.

Great idea!

Click here to see the contest info

But in a nutshell, here’s how it works:

When you purchase the Burn the Fat, feed the Muscle ebook, known by many as “the fat loss bible” – you get automatic entry in the contest. not just this contest, but every burn the fat challenge in the future… forever.

You can also get entered in the contest by getting a membership to the Burn the Fat Inner Circle – the private members-only motivation and support community where the contest is being held.

That’s good for people who want extra support and accountability.

This contest is held only twice a year and the current Burn the Fat challenge – the summer “BIG BURN” challenge as they’re calling it, is open for registration until Sunday, May 30th.

After that, the gates close until the next summer contest a  year from now.

Click here to see the contest info

If the idea of winning a contest like this doesn’t get your motivation flowing, I don’t know what will.

But honestly, I don’t see how you can lose, because if you just finish the 98 day (14 week) challenge, you’re virtually certain to be in the best shape of your life. And that’s one of the best rewards of all.

PS – contest registration closes on Sunday, May 30, so be sure to take a look at this now so you’re not left out:

Click here to see the contest info

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