BurnTheFat.com Fat Loss - Burn The Fat Feed the Muscle
Fat Loss - Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle
Fat Loss Burn the Fat Feed the Muscle, author Tom Venuto.
Tom is recognized by magazine editors and industry experts as one of the nation's leading authorities on fat loss and natural bodybuilding.Tom has been involved in the fitness industry for over 25 years as a sought after personal trainer, winning natural bodybuilder, nutrition consultant, and world renown author.
Tom is also a well sought after Success And Motivation Coach and Master Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner, the same success-coaching technology for personal change which propelled Anthony Robbins to fame as the pre-eminent motivational teacher and success coach in the world Practitioner. Tom has spent the last 17 years of his life studying motivation, achievement, success psychology and personal development, working with or studying the principles of well known motivators Anthony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, Brian Tracy and many other success and achievement experts.In fact Tom has worked very closely with master success coach Bob Proctor (one of the teachers featured in the movie, THE SECRET), for three years as a participant in his personal coaching programs.
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REVIEW OF BURN THE FAT
Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle” is a weight loss and fitness book written by Tom Venuto, who wears many hats in the fitness arena, he is a self described natural bodybuilder, freelance writer, success coach, Personal Trainer and Nutritionist. Venuto has also been profiled in Ironman Magazine, Muscular Development, Muscle-Zine, and Men’s Exercise, Olympian’s News, Natural Bodybuilding and Exercise for Men. Venuto certainly does have years of strength training expertise under his belt, but so do many other authors, some of who have presented books that the average Joe or Jane can utilize, while others have not. We will take a long hard look at the concepts used in this book, as well as the design to see what it has to offer consumers.
- posted by John Gerzetic on Feb 19, 2007, 8:35 pm
REVIEW OF Burn The Fat
Tom Venuto’ concept can be summed up in five words - "learning to be your best", he present readers with a series of tools and therapies to help them be their best nutritionally and in terms of overall physical fitness. The author promises to help readers “lose fat permanently, lose body fat without wrecking your metabolism and lose fat without drugs”.Venuto claims to use his 23 years of body building experience to give consumer’s tools to help them achieve their weight loss and fitness goals. The website indicates that he teachers users how to build a diet that will give them maximum fat burning capacity. Readers also are provided with the resources to be able to calculate the amounts of the nutrients needed for their particular body, as well as what is needed to help them achieve their current fat loss goals and their goals in terms of lean body mass. Venuto designed this book to address weight loss from an exercise, health, and nutritional point of view, and incorporates the above mentioned concept of "learning to be your best" into this perspective. He shows readers how to do this through setting goals and helping readers visualize reaching those goals. He sets about helping readers reach these goals by educating them about proteins, fats, carbohydrates and the value of keeping hydrated. He also provides readers with the formula’s needed to calculate the precise nutrient amounts and ratios needed to reach their goals. He also delves into the areas of ‘Body Types” and helps readers figure out which type they are and how to eat for their particular body type. Venuto is a life long body builder so he definitely addresses exercise in this book. He provides readers with an education about cardio and how much they really need to lose weight. He also provides readers with information how to get the best burn out of a 30 minute cardio workout. He also includes an extensive exercise section; and has a section in which he addresses 27 of the most commonly asked exercise related questions.
- posted by David Tober on April 24, 2007
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