Burn the fat, feed the muscle (BFFM) is first mentioned on our Low Fat Diet page, with a brief background and quote from the program. But here at Freedieting.com, one of the staff has actively been using this excellent ebook, and has given the program high praise.
Burn the Fat is written by natural (i.e. no steroids) bodybuilder Tom Venuto. The ebook contains an absolute wealth of information, yet is presented in a very readable style, and is brimming with hard facts, and real-life experience.
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What’s In Burn the Fat?
It’s all here – eating plans, nutrition, exercise and weight training programs. How to accurately measure and chart your progress, the importance of goal setting. Each with superb background and detail, scientific evidence, and personal experience.
You will refer to the book again, and again, and again – each time finding more information the deeper you look.
What’s refreshing is that it is real ‘no-bull’ information. How many diet books have you read, that were filled with hype, lots of white space, and left you feeling confused?
What is helpful about BFFM is that it does not contain a single ‘prescription’ for weight loss – but provides a baseline for you to keep on adjusting until you get the results you want.
Editor’s Personal Recommendation
“I first read Burn The Fat towards the end of 2003. I still refer to it now. At first it seemed overwhelming – there was so much information. However over time I began to implement more and more of the principles in the book, and actually achieved my own drop in fat (from about 23% down to 16%).
What I liked about the book was that it didn’t claim to be the “breakthrough” diet – but rather provided a baseline to start off at – and enabled me to customize everything until I had something that worked. Essential reading for anyone who wants to burn fat.”
www.freedieting.com, Feb 2005
DON’T Buy Burn The Fat If You…
…want ‘quick and easy’. This program takes dedication. Like most things that actually succeed, it requires some time investment, and a real commitment to follow the principles in the book. And if you haven’t figured out by now — long term fat loss (and muscle gain) is by no means ‘quick and easy’. BUT COMPLETE TRANSFORMATION IS POSSIBLE !! Set your goals high and learn the RIGHT way to burn fat.