Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Days 13 through 17 of 28!

"Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand." - Isaiah 41:10

It's been a while since I gave my last update on the Warp Speed Fat Loss program so I need to play catch up before I head out of town for the Perform Better seminar in Rhode Island this weekend.

Days 13 and 14 (Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25) went fairly well. As you know, we had to take the previous Wednesday (Day 10) as our off day due to a work-related event, so we adjusted the training schedule and meals accordingly.

We performed the weight workout on Saturday and the intervals on Sunday. Both workouts went well, although Stacey was dealing with a lot of knee and hamstring pain during Saturday's workouts. The circuits were just too much and she had to back off slightly. She also started feeling sick on Saturday and ended up not training Sunday as she was taking various cold medicines and didn't have the energy to train that day. I managed to continue progressing by completing more reps with the same weight, adding more weight or performing more circuits in the allotted time.

Despite it being Memorial Day weekend, we were able to stay on track almost 100%. We weren't absolutely perfect as we did attend a barbecue on Monday (Day 15) and ate a small amount of homemade ice cream with fresh blueberries. Other than a small serving of ice cream, we ate all scheduled meals and snacks and even performed our weight workout prior to the barbecue. This was very hard for me as I was extremely hungry and there was so much food that I wanted to eat including baked beans, a larger serving of meat and a few other goodies - but I resisted.

Since we were attending the barbecue in the afternoon, we performed our weight workout much earlier than usual. It was extremely tough for me to train earlier in the day as I always prefer to train in the evening after I've eaten at least three or four meals. I also did my best to increase the intensity in Monday's workout compared to previous workouts.

By the time Days 16 and 17 arrived (Tuesday and today - Wednesday), I was losing my motivation and struggling with everything! I had gone down to the next meal plan, and the small change in calories affected me immediately. I was having many of the same feelings that I had when I started the program including headaches and constantly feeling hungry and irritable. Tuesday's interval workout felt like one of the worst workouts of all while on the program. We are in the third week, and the intervals are up to five sets followed by the steady-state cardio.

My hamstrings, knees, shins and calves were still sore from previous workouts, so Tuesday's workout was extremely hard for me. But I managed to get it done and progressed yet again. Tonight's weight workout went okay. I managed to increase the weight on my incline dumbbell presses and dumbbell rows, but I wasn't able to increase weight or sets during the first circuit. However, even though I used the same weight as the last session, I could tell I improved because I took less rest and moved much quicker and more efficiently. I did increase the weight during the second 10-minute circuit.

Unfortunately, I have been exhausted for the past five days. Ever since my work-related event last Wednesday, I have not caught up on sleep or have felt rested or recovered. The increased intensity of the workouts and lower calories of the meal plan this week definitely didn't help things. But I continue to move forward.

I'm beginning to become frustrated as I lost three pounds and then gained back two. Stacey also gained back a few pounds. So now I'm actually only down one pound since the start of the program. My goal is to try to gain muscle while losing fat at the same time, and I feel that I may be doing that to some degree, but I am not seeing the fat loss as quickly as I thought considering the amount of training I'm performing at such a high intensity in addition to the low-calorie, low-carb meal plan. I figured that halfway through the third week, I would see more changes or be closer to single-digit bodyfat than I currently am.

At the moment, I'm just worn out. I can tell that the training and diet is catching up to me, and the lack of motivation will affect my training if I don't continue to push myself to finish strong. Also, I'm leaving tomorrow for the Perform Better seminar in Rhode Island. This is going to make it hard for me to follow my training and meals exactly as written, but I will be taking my meal plan with me and trying to follow it the best I can while being on the road.

I'm staying with my uncle, as I have family in Rhode Island. So at least I'll be able to cook some of my meals and make my snacks each day. I'll also get to spend some time with my family in the evenings and on Sunday afternoon after the seminar.

Although I won't be able to complete Friday and Saturday's workouts as scheduled since I'll be at the seminar from 8am until at least 6pm each day, I will be participating in approximately seven "hands-on" seminars throughout the weekend. This will give me a chance to train even though I won't be peforming the Warp Speed Fat Loss program as planned. But I may end up performing a lot more work during the seminar than I would even on the program.

I'll also meet up with Alwyn Cosgrove, as he is one of the presenters during the seminar, and ask him plenty of questions about the program and many other things related to training and the fitness business. I'll also get a chance to attend presentations by many other strength coaches, nutrition experts and fitness business professionals.

I plan on coming back with more knowledge and motivation to keep going! And maybe I'll even get a chance to relax at some point during my travels. I will most likely not be posting until I return on Monday, but I'll give an update on the seminar and the Warp Speed Fat Loss program, as I will be training when I return on Monday (even if I'm still sore from the hands-on seminars).

Friday, May 23, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Days 11 and 12 of 28!

"Dear friend, I hope all is well with you and that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit." - 3 John 1:2

I have to admit that Stacey and I are very happy with the meals in the Warp Speed Fat Loss program. They offer plenty of variety, and they taste good. Mike Roussell did a great job planning the meals for this program. Stacey is a harsh critic of protein shakes and "healthy" meals, but she has been very happy with everything.

Some of the breakfast, lunch and dinners are truly delicious. The good thing is that although there are suggestions on seasoning some of the meals, you are given the opportunity to use whatever spices you prefer. It also helps that Stacey can cook well and adds flavor to the meals using the right ingredients.

I've really enjoyed the various snacks including some of the shake recipes and my new favorite snack is the undeviled egg. All you do is take a hard boiled egg, cut it in half lengthwise and then spread a little hummus over the middle where the yolk is located. To me, this is one of the best tasting snacks I've had! And unlike a real deviled egg, it's not loaded with mayonnaise or other bad ingredients.

As for day 11 (Thurs.), we seemed to do okay despite the fact that we made Day 10 (Wed.) our no-carb day since I had a work-related event that night and was unable to train. The only "bad" thing about doing this was the fact that Thursday's training was a tough weight session and not having any carbs the day before left us a little lower on energy. It was also hot and very humid on Thursday. Despite that, I was able to increase my weights and/or reps on almost all the exercises.

Our strength exercises included an incline dumbbell bench press superset with a three-point dumbbell row. I didn't increase the weight over the previous week, but I did manage to get more reps. A nice improvement.

I decided to increase the intensity quite a bit when we performed Circuit A of the routine. This is the circuit where we alternate the pushup/jackknife combo with the reverse lunge/cable row combo.

Previously, I used bodyweight-only for the pushup/jackknife combo. This time, I put on my Xvest loaded with 20lbs. That increased the intensity tremendously! I also continued to wear the Xvest when I performed the reverse lunge/cable row combo. I had increased the weight on the exercise by five pounds over the previous week, but wearing the Xvest on top of that took the exercise to a whole new level! I was dripping in sweat and really had to push myself to complete all sets of six reps on both combo movements within the 10-minute time frame.

I didn't wear the Xvest on the second circuit of exercises (squat/push press combo and lat pulldown), but I did increase the weight on all exercises. Once we finished Circuit B, we performed our intervals using a barbell complex. It was brutal! But we finished in just under 60 minutes and felt good when it was over.

Today's meals have gone great. The breakfast was delicious and really kept me satisfied all morning until lunch. Our training for tonight includes intervals and steady-state cardio. I'm actually looking forward to it because my hamstrings finally feel rested and not as sore as they had been the last several days. We should be able to push the intensity higher again today and start seeing more improvements.

Speaking of improvements, Stacey is down to 152lbs. This is the lightest she has weighed in a long, long time! Even though it's only a 5-6 pound loss in 12 days on the program, she is also seeing a lot of changes in how her clothes fit and how she looks in the mirror. That is definitely keeping her motivated to continue with the program.

I'm very proud of her for doing this. She has stuck to the meal plans and the training despite our crazy schedules and all the stress we've had lately. She is really enjoying the training and the meal plans. I'm hoping that she will begin dropping more weight during the last two weeks now that her body is adjusting. If she doesn't lose 15-20lbs at the end of the 28 days, she plans on continuing the program for another two weeks. After that, she will re-evaluate what to do next (2 more weeks on Warp Speed Fat Loss, or something else to get her to her goals).

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Days 9 and 10 of 28!

"Dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you." - 1 Peter 4:12

For me, Tuesday is always one of the hardest days on the Warp Speed Fat Loss program. The lower carbs and small meals make me feel like I'm starving all day long. The meals and snacks don't seem to hold me over, and many times, they do nothing to curb my appetite as soon as I've eaten.

Stacey seems to be doing fine with all the meals and even the lower carb days. The difference is that she didn't eat consistently prior to the start of the program and the decreased carbs and calories is not too drastic of a reduction for her. For me, I'm consuming about half of what I normally eat each day. So it is a much more drastic cut, and I can tell the difference on some days more than others.

During yesterday's intervals, Stacey felt great and really pushed herself. She likes to run/sprint, as she was once on the track team in high school. Although her current conditioning is not as good as it was then, she can see and feel herself improving each time we perform the intervals.

For me, the interval days are brutal. I'm much stronger than Stacey in the weight room and much faster than her when we sprint. I also have much more experience training and am at a much more advanced level. That means that I need more recovery time than someone still "new" to training.

Since we began, my hamstrings have been constantly sore, and performing intervals does not give them a chance to recover. During last night's sessions, I was unable to run my sprints at full speed because my hamstrings felt as though they were going to cramp up or rip right out of my leg. Although the overall session went great, I wasn't able to push myself as much as I wanted even though we had an extra set of intervals this week. But I did manage to keep my intensity higher during the 20-minute steady-state cardio session.

Normally, today would be another low-carb day (10% of total calories) along with our weight training session. However, I have a huge work-related event this evening preventing me from training. We decided to adjust the workouts by one day and made today our no-carb and no training day (instead of Sunday). That means that we will perform today's workout on Thursday, Thursday's workout on Friday, Friday's workout on Saturday and Saturday's workout on Sunday.

The only bad thing about this is that we now will be training 10 days straight before getting a day off next Sunday. I just hope that I can recover from the workouts each day and not be held back by my hamstring soreness/cramping.

Luckily, even though it's a no carb day, I do fine with the menu choices as I find protein and healthy fat foods to be much more satisfying. Today also gives me one extra day to rest before we go for the long stretch.

Monday, May 19, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Day 8 of 28!

"I am in pain and distress; may your salvation, O God, protect me." - Psalm 69:29

Time for another update on Warp Speed Fat Loss. Day seven (Sunday) went fairly well considering it was a no carb day. Luckily, we didn't have to train, so not having any carbs was not as bad as it could have been. I'm glad we didn't have to train because we were both very sore, tired and dealing with some minor knee pain from all the lifting and sprinting the previous week.

At the end of the first seven days, Stacey is down two pounds after originally gaining a pound. So that means she actually lost three pounds. Although she hasn't lost much weight in the first week, she can tell the difference in how her clothes fit.

My weight is holding steady which is fine with me since I'm trying to get leaner without losing much weight in the process. I have already noticed more definition in my delts, arms and serratus after the first week. If things go well, I will not have much of a change in my overall weight, but I will be significantly leaner. This means that I will have gained muscle and lost fat at the same time - no easy feat!

Day eight was very similar to last Monday. The meals were filling and satisfying throughout the day and the training session was brutal yet again! Prior to the workout, both of us were still dealing with muscle soreness, but Stacey was also having some knee/hamstring pain in one of her legs. She managed to get through the workout, but she was unable to add weight to many of the movements this week and the pain became more intense. I was also experiencing knee pain after the workout and as I write this. However, I was able to increase weight on several of my exercises during the workout.

I do think we are at a disadvantage with the Warp Speed Fat Loss training sessions compared to others using the program for a couple reasons. First, we train in our garage gym and don't have access to cardio machines for the interval portion of the workouts to add variety. Second, we are using sprints and intense conditioning exercises such as burpees and barbell complexes for the interval workouts. This causes a lot of wear and tear on the joints and body.

I believe this may lead to some overuse injuries by the time we are finished with the 28-day program, but we are determined to continue with the workouts despite some of these issues. We'll continue to ice any sore areas, use cold and hot showers and use NSAIDs such as Aleve to help with pain and inflammation.

After following the program for the first week, I would not recommend it to beginners or those with less than a year's worth of serious training. You have to be fairly fit to follow the workouts as they are written while also using heavy weights for the strength exercises and the circuits.

Also, I am under a huge amount of stress. It would have been better to follow this program a month earlier or even a month later, as I have been swamped with work, planning a huge event, making plans to attend the Perform Better Seminar next week, other commitments, normal household chores, a relationship, not getting enough sleep, etc.

All of these issues don't help with my recovery and make it very tough to stay on track each day. But I am determined to follow the meal plans and training as written despite not having ideal conditions. Besides, life is rarely ideal, so if the Warp Speed Fat Loss program can work for someone in my situation, then there should be no excuse for anyone else.

Stacey is also very busy, as she's been juggling three part-time jobs along with commitments at church, helping with the meals, household chores, etc. Her schedule changes on a daily basis, so it takes even more for her to stay on track, as she has no set routine like me. She has done an excellent job so far and has learned quite a bit about portion control and more while following the program.

More updates to come soon! This week is a bit hectic since I have my event on Wednesday night and will need to shuffle around the training days and meal plans this week.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Day 6 of 28

"You have allowed me to suffer much hardship, but you will restore me to life again and lift me up from the depths of the earth." - Psalm 71:20

I apologize for taking so long to post feedback on the Warp Speed Fat Loss program. I have been extremely busy this week. I have also been stressed with so much happening lately including work, planning a huge event, training, cooking, meal planning, chores around the house, etc.

So far, the first week has been brutal. The first day (Mon) went well because it was a higher carb day (20% of total calories) even though the workout was new compared to what I've done in the past. However, Tuesday through Thursday were "normal" carb days (only 10% of total calories) and the training was harder as we progressed each day.

On Monday, Stacey and I felt fine. We actually found it difficult to eat all our meals that day as they seemed quite filling and very satisfying. But since then, we've felt like we're starving all the time. We've been extremely irritable, have had headaches (even though we're drinking more than a gallon of water per day), our patience has been almost nonexistent (especially with each other), we've had problems focusing on tasks at work, we're sore every day from the workouts, and overall we have felt like crap.

Earlier this week, I was going through the whole "I feel skinny and fat" at the same time mentality. Stacey has not seen any noticeable changes and has actually gained a pound so far even though she has stuck to the plan consistently and has worked hard during the training sessions. But from what I've heard, it's the first week that is the hardest, and it takes a week for the body to adjust.

However, I feel a lot better today than I have most of the first week. Friday was a higher carb day (20% of total calories instead of 10% like most days), and the training went much, much better. I had an intense headache most of the afternoon, so I took some Excedrin during my warm-up sets. Within 15 minutes, my headache was gone and the caffeine made a HUGE impact on the training. I was like a machine and was able to bust through the heavy deadlifts, weight circuits and the intervals like they were nothing.

I think I may need to start using a little caffeine before my weight workouts (Mon, Wed, Fri) to give me a little boost to get through the workout and be able to increase weight each week. I normally don't take any products with caffeine, and I don't drink soda or coffee, so I am very sensitive to its effects.

As far as the meals go, we're eating six meals per day with fruits, veggies, protein and healthy fats (and the meals are actually really good and give you wiggle room to season the lunch/dinners as you wish), and we're taking at least one scoop of Surge after every workout (six days per week). I usually take two scoops after the weight days (Mon, Wed, Fri) and one scoop after the interval/steady-state cardio days (Tues, Thurs, Sat). It hasn't helped with soreness, but I haven't lost any strength or mass so that's a good sign.

Stacey and I are following the program pretty much to the "T" as far as meals and training go. We've had to make a few substitutions with the interval portions of some of the workouts because I have a home gym and can't perform those exercises on a treadmill, bike, stairmaster, elliptical, etc. So we sprint and jog/walk for the interval/steady-state cardio days and then use bodyweight exercises (burpees, mountain climbers, squat jumps) for the intervals on Mon, Fri and barbell complexes for the intervals on Wed.

So far, that seems to be working okay and gives us a break from sprinting. Hopefully, the second week will go much better and Stacey will begin seeing a difference in the mirror and on the scale.

Monday, May 12, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - Day 1 of 28

"But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint." - Isaiah 40:31

Stacey and I officially started the Warp Speed Fat Loss program today. We packed all our meals and snacks for the day on Sunday evening. Although the meals are fairly low carb throughout the week, Monday was our higher carb day due to the intense training in the evening.

We were both amazed that the meals were so filling, as they looked as though we would be starving in between meals after seeing it on paper. I'm sure some of the other days will be tougher as they will have less carbs. Also, we will need to make some adjustments this week to make sure we are following the correct meal plan according to our size and goals. We may be consuming too many calories.

Today's strength workout was definitely a bit different than what I had been doing the last few weeks, but it was good. There are three strength workouts per week combined with heavy circuits and intervals (Mon, Wed, Fri) and there are three high intensity interval training sessions combined with steady-state moderate/high aerobic training (Tues, Thurs, Sat). This is Monday's workout for the duration of the program - CLICK ME!

Starting with heavy squats definitely made some of the other exercises more painful, as our legs were feeling like Jello halfway through the first circuit. It went fairly well throughout, and we were both sweating. There is a learning curve with some of the exercises, but by the time we repeat this workout, we should be on our A-game. The good thing is that we only have to repeat this workout three more times. And now we are down to 27 days.

Tomorrow is a high intensity interval training day combined with some moderate/high intensity steady-state aerobic training to help burn up some fat. We also have a normal carb day which means less carbs than today, but it shouldn't be too bad as protein is kept high along with plenty of healthy fats.

I'll post how things progress in the next few days.

Friday, May 9, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss - We're Doing it!

"He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless."
- Isaiah 40:29

I mentioned Warp Speed Fat Loss in a previous blog. The program is designed to strip as much fat as possible from the body in 28 days following an intense training program and a low-calorie, low-carbohydrate, healthy diet. During a test drive of the program, people lost 10, 15 and even 20lbs in 28 days.

Prior to the release of the program, a contest was held to give three people a chance to win the program for FREE! I entered the program and encouraged Stacey to do so as well since I thought this would be good for her.

Although more than 90 people signed up for the contest, Stacey and I were selected as one of the three winners! We were very excited...and very scared (it's going to be tough)!

We embark on the program beginning Monday, and it will be no joke. I'll be doing the program with Stacey to help her with the workouts and to encourage her and help her stay consistent. I won't be cutting my calories as much since I don't want (or need) to lose much weight. However, one of my goals is to be at single-digit bodyfat, so I will use the Warp Speed Fat Loss program to achieve that goal within the 28-day period.

Stacey will be using the program to get a jump start on her fat loss and get her closer to her goal. She hopes to lose 15-20lbs during the program, which will take a lot of work both physically and mentally along with consistency with the eating plan.

Wish us luck! We'll be reporting back in about a month with our results along with some before and after photos.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

If I Could Do It All Over Again...

"So change the way you live and act. Obey the Lord your God...."
- Jeremiah 26:13

Many times, we wonder what could have been different if we had chosen a different path or method of doing something. Since I can't do that, I figure these tips may help someone who is new to training and living a healthy lifestyle. These tips could save you years of struggling or becoming frustrated with lack of progress.

If I could go back and change the way I did things concerning training, eating and overall health and fitness, here are the things I would have done differently:

1) Train with more people that were bigger and stronger than me (I did this several times when I was in the first few years of training and made great progress. But I didn't do this enough!).

2) Eat more protein with every meal and eat a lot more fruits and veggies and eat only starchy carbs from good sources and at certain times of the day (breakfast and post-workout have worked best for me).

I made the mistake of eating way too many carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta) in my quest to bulk up several times in the early days. I ended up just getting fat.

3) Focus on getting stronger on all the basic lifts (squat, bench, deadlift, overhead press, rows, chins) while using less volume and more intensity.

4) Not forgetting to include some sort of short, intense cardio a couple times per week in the form of intervals, GPP, bodyweight circuits, complexes or circuits even when trying to bulk up or get stronger.

5) Change set/reps every 4-8 weeks so my body didn't get stale.

6) Only use food supplements like protein powders and post-workout drinks along with basic stuff like fish oil caps and ZMA.

I've wasted plenty of money on things that didn't make an ounce of a difference. But food supplements have always been useful for calorie and protein needs.

7) Not bulking up - the times I tried to bulk were the times where I felt like crap and looked like crap and gained too much fat. Bulking doesn't work for most people.

8) Keep a training log. I only started doing this consistently in 2005.

9) Not trying every "fad" program that came out or promised slabs of muscle and keeping my focus on the basic stuff.

10) Taking more scheduled breaks every 8-12 weeks for rest and recovery and to keep my motivation high.

11) I would have played sports when I was younger - I only played football when I was in the 5th grade. I should have played more sports throughout school or at least joined the wrestling team, track team or weightlifting team during high school.

Since I was always small and weak, I would have been much better off competing in a certain weight class. I only joined the weightlifting team during my senior year of high school. That's when I became interested in lifting. But I did a lot of stuff wrong for a few years after that.

12) I would have started seriously lifting before I was 18. Since I didn't play sports and didn't seriously begin lifting weights until I had graduated high school and began college, I feel that I missed out on making more gains.

When the health and fitness bug hit me when I was 14, I focused on eating better and just doing some bodyweight stuff and playing neighborhood sports with other kids from 14-18. I missed out on using those years to lift seriously and make some good strength/hypertrophy gains.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Six Habits for a Six-Pack!

"...You have gotten rid of your old way of life and its habits."
- Colossians 3:9

Bill Hartman wrote a great article in the May issue of Men's Health magazine titled "The Six Habits For A Six-Pack."

Although the article is geared toward those looking to get lean with the goal of showing off their abs, the overall tips are good for anyone looking to lose fat.

Here are a summary of the six habits:

1) Wake up to water - Drink at least 16 ounces of chilled water as soon as you rise in the morning. German scientists found that doing this boosts metabolism by 24 percent for the 90 minutes afterward. Also, don't forget to consume about one gallon of water throughout the day for optimal results.

2) Eat breakfast every day - A University of Massachusetts study showed that men who skip breakfast are 4 1/2 times more likely to have higher bodyfat than those who don't. Try to have a meal with 250-500 calories for breakfast for optimal results.

3) As you eat, review your goals - University of Iowa scientists found that people who monitored their diet and exercise goals most frequently were more likely to achieve them than were goal setters who rarely reviewed their objectives.

4) Then, pack your lunch - This habit should be as much a part of your morning ritual as showering. Here is what Hartman recommends you pack in your cooler:
  • An apple (to eat as a morning snack)
  • Two pieces of cheese (to eat with the apple)
  • A 500- to 600-caoloire portion of leftovers (for your lunch)
  • A protein shake or a pint of milk (for your afternoon snack)
5) Exercise the right way - Rather than spending time on isolation exercises or ab crunches, focus your training around weightlifting and high intensity interval training. A recent University of Southern Maine study showed that half an hour of weight training burns as many calories as running at a 6-minute-per-mile pace for the same duration (and it has the added benefit of helping you build muscle - which burns more fat and elevates your metabolism). Unlike aerobic exercise, lifting has been shown to boost metabolism for at least 39 hours after the last repetition. Similar findings have been noted for intervals (short, all-out sprints interspersed with periods of rest).

For the best results, perform a total-body weight training workout three days per week, resting at least a day between sessions. Then, perform interval training on the days in between.

6) Skip the late shows - You need sleep to get lean because a lack of shut-eye may disrupt the hormones that control your body's ability to burn fat. A University of Chicago study showed that just three nights of poor sleep may cause your muscle cells to become resistant to the hormone insulin. Over time, this leads to fat storage around the stomach.

Put these six habits into practice today to help you reach your goals!

Friday, May 2, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss Part 3 - Free Sample Workout!

"Search for the Lord and for his strength; continually seek him."
- Psalm 105:4

The Warp Speed Fat Loss training plan will be released on Tuesday. In the meantime, you can try the first workout for free by going here - CLICK ME!

Download the PDF file and give this workout a try this weekend. This is not a beginner's training program, so I highly recommend this workout to those who have trained with free weights for at least one year and know how to perform the exercises listed.

If you want to jump start your fat loss, then the Warp Speed Fat Loss program may be just the program for you!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Warp Speed Fat Loss Part 2

"I have observed something else under the sun. The fastest runner doesn’t always win the race, and the strongest warrior doesn’t always win the battle. The wise sometimes go hungry, and the skillful are not necessarily wealthy. And those who are educated don’t always lead successful lives. It is all decided by chance, by being in the right place at the right time." - Ecclesiastes 9:11

I talked about Warp Speed Fat Loss in a previous blog. Be sure to listen to the 25-minute audio and slide presentation in that link.

Once you've done that, be sure to check out this new 40-minute audio interview to learn some new tips and tricks of what really works - Click Me.

With the knowledge gained from these audio interviews, you will have a better idea of how to make changes in your own lifestyle to accomplish your fat loss, health and fitness goals.