Thursday, September 20, 2018

Old School New Body Review

Old School New Body Review
When you look in the mirror, are you happy with the physique you see standing before you? 

If the answer is no, then rather than wallowing in self-pity, there are a number of things you can do to help transform your body and take back control of your happiness. 

Not surprisingly, the best two things you can do is get your butt in the gym, and to start eating healthy produce. No matter your age, no matter your gender, and no matter your size, it is never too late to start transforming your physique for the better. 

If you want proof of this, just look at Steve and Becky Holman, and be sure to check out their Old School New Body exercise protocol. Before you do that however, make sure you read our handy review first.

What is Old School New Body?

Old School New Body is a medium weight, high intensity, fatigue-based resistance training method which is aligned with basic health and nutritional tips to help people get into amazing physical condition, no matter what their personal circumstances may be. 

The program allows people to burn fat, build muscle, slow down the ageing process, build strength, strengthen the joints, and increase natural Human Growth Hormone productions. The training principles contained within this program are known as the F4X Protocol.

How does Old School New Body work?
As this program utilizes moderate weights, it is marketed as being ideal for men and women over the age of 40, 50, and even 60, in order to build muscle and burn fat. 

The F4X Protocol stands for Focus-4 Exercise. The idea here is that people either train with heavy weights for low reps, or light weights with high reps. 

The F4X Protocol however, splits things right down the middle. The idea here is that you choose a weight that would allow you to get 15 reps before failure. 

Instead of doing 15, you do 10 reps. With each rep you hold for 1-second on the positive, and 3-seconds on the negative, thereby increasing TUT, or Time Under Tension. This method of training will result in cumulative muscle fatigue.

What did we like?

There’s actually a lot we liked about this training protocol, including the following:

·         Proven training methods
·         Easy-to-follow
·         Detailed instructions
·         Very well put together
·         Assists with muscle growth and fat loss
·         Emphasizes safe training
·         3 different workout routines to follow

What didn’t we like? 

As great as this program is, we felt the following could be improved upon:

·         Lacking in diet and nutrition advice
·         Not many healthy recipes to follow

Final verdict 

Overall, we were incredibly impressed with this program. It isn’t some ‘snake oil’ supplement, nor is it a workout program promising dramatic results in record time. 

It is however, a program containing honest advice, backed up by scientific data and research, that really works. 

We give this product 4.9 out of 5. If the diet and nutritional info was a little more detailed, this would easily have been 5 out of 5.

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