Old School New Body Review
Old School New Body is a health and fitness program, which brilliantly combines anti-aging efforts with weight loss and muscle building.
After the age of 40, the human body is more prone to weight gain and muscle loss. In fact, after the age of 40, if you don’t exercise and eat nutritiously your body ages 6 months faster each year. So at age 60, your body could look as old as a 70 year olds. Old School New Body tackles these two issues head on, while simultaneously slowing the aging process. This program is the brainchild of Steve and Becky Holman, fitness enthusiasts whose incredibly toned and muscular physiques belie their age and attest to the success of their program. Click here to learn more about the program and its 60 day money-back guarantee.
Old School New Body adheres to these 5 principles:
- Fats are included.
- Exercise smarter.
- Your age is not a crutch. It should never be a reason why you aren’t at your best.
- Water. Water. More Water. At least12 ounces per day.
- Short but very effective workouts.
The Holmans’ program follows The Focus4 Exercise Protocol, also called The F4X Method™, consisting of 3 phases.
- F4X Lean – Kick start fat loss.
- F4X Shape – Burn even more fat and add muscle.
- F4X Build – The ideal finish.
Old School New Body is only available in digital formats, PDF and MP3, which you will receive instantly after purchase.
Currently 6 bonuses are included with purchase:
- F4X Quick Start Workout Guide (a simplified breakdown of the program so you can start immediately before you’ve read it all)
- Ultimate Fat Burning Secrets
- Ultimate Muscle-Building Secrets (including recipes)
- Ultimate Sex And Anti-Aging Secrets (how to increase your energy levels and achieve greater intimacy)
- Ultimate Health And Happiness Secrets (includes tips on boosting your mood)
- Motivational And Instructional Audio Interviews With Well Known Personalities (fitness experts featured include Tom Venuto, Kristi Frank, Bill Phillips, Jennifer Nicole Lee and Shawn Phillips).
Old School New Body has received very positive reviews. The program is also well respected because of its motto: “Make it simple, yet make it challenging” and because it follows the old school rule of working hard to achieve the results you want.
Fortunately, for the Holmans, working hard does not necessarily equate to excessively long workouts. Scheduled workouts total 90 minutes per week! Some reviewers stated that they’ve previously had 90 minute workouts in one day so these shorter workouts were defiantly welcomed. Especially with busy schedules.
The Holmans’ chose shorter workouts because of free radicals. These are produced in high quantities during long workouts and quicken the aging process. By limiting workout times, you lessen the production of free radicals. In addition, studies have shown that people who effectively exercised for 20-30 minutes per session, experienced more success than their counterparts who exercised for 60 minutes.
Reviewers loved that the program did not starve them. Old School New Body does not believe fats are inherently evil. Of course, everything is to be consumed in moderation. However, the body’s vital hormones are made using fats and cholesterol and for that reason should not be excluded; one such hormone is testosterone.
People of all ages have achieved some success with Old School New Body. Although the program speaks to the middle aged, persons as young as 25 and as old as 95 have tried the program. It all comes down to wanting a healthier you and this fitness program seems to deliver this.
There is one issue that reviewers complained about: the hard work. If you expect a walk in the park, then this program is definitely not for you. It is challenging and if you’re not mentally prepared and determined, you probably won’t finish it. The Holmans make no bones about this. And the reviewers all echoed it: go hard or go home.
Nevertheless, mostly everyone agrees that after all this hard work (thank goodness it’s only 90 minutes per week) you’re left with a fit and toned body, better endurance, healthier and clearer skin, and feeling better than you’ve felt in years.
Is it a scam?
Old School New Body outlines how you can keep your body looking younger through nutrition and exercise. There is no elixir of life here, and anyone looking for a quick overnight fix will be disappointed. In order to get results from this, you must be determined and prepared to make lifestyle changes such as including exercise into your weekly routine. The testimonials and success stories from customers are testament to the efficiency of this program, but hard work and commitment lie at its foundations.
Where to buy and download
In order to qualify for the bonus material and money back guarantee Old School New Body must be purchased from its official website.
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