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F.U. Fat: No B.S. Techniques for Rapid Fat Loss, Building the Ultimate Physique & Getting Cut like a Diamond That the Experts Won't Tell You (Fat Loss ... Bodyweight Training, Protein Diet) Kindle Edition
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Also SJ recommends a homemade preworkout supplement that's a cheap alternative to store bought preworkout supplements (you're being ripped off if you buy a preworkout supplement on it's own) that is legit. The first time I tried it I blasted through a month long plateau on both the incline press, bench press, and chin ups with ease. Seriously give it a shot and believe him when he destroys the myth that you have to eat every couple of hours and have 5-6 meals a day. You don't and it greatly simplifies life when you're not stuck trying to fit your fitness into these dumb guidelines that won't make a lick of difference to your results.
My only complaint with this book is that I thought it needed better formatting and would have benefited from a good proof reading as there are some pretty noticeable spelling error throughout but that's it. Otherwise if you're looking for the real deal of what it takes to lose fat it's all right here.
The reason for the 3 stars is that it markets itself more towards the intermediate or advanced trainer imo, but is really only useful for beginners to manipulating your diet.
There is nothing bad about this book and the info is solid, but it is really aimed at beginners or people that can't be bothered researching current fat loss research on the net, there is nothing new or ground breaking in here if you are at all up to date on the current thinking.
The reason I've given it a lowish score is that the cover proclaims there is info "the experts won't tell you." Thats simply not true, I've read everything in the book at scores of different websites, there was literally not 1 surprise or "secret" but then again, I read a lot of health and fitness sites.
Basically, if you are new to fitness or looking into nutrition, this is actually a great option where all the important stuff is summarised, its easy and quite entertaining to read and it isn't too long or padded, has just what you need to know. If on the other hand you have a good grounding in nutrition and/or read a lot of websites on fitness and nutrition, you probably won't get anything out of this book.
"How do I figure out how many calories to eat?"
"What exercises should I do at the gym, and how often?"
"What kind of food should I eat? Paleo or Atkins or IIFYM?"
"Do I need to track calories?"
"What supplements should I take?"
"What's the macro split supposed to look like?"
This book blasts through all of those questions and much more. It's a pretty fast read- I powered through it in about 2 hours, and I took tons of notes. By the end, I had planned out my 12 week cut, how many calories I'd need to eat per day, my macro split, and plan on hitting the gym hard while tracking all of my measurements/weight.
It feels good to have a specific goal, and a plan of how I plan to get there. As far as fat loss is concerned- this book laid it all out for me and demystified fat loss.
We've been fed a ton of garbage from supplement marketers and product peddlers. This book really shows you how simple it is. And SJ is ripped- so I know he lives his advice.
BUT the format that he wrote everything out in wasn't very well done. Charts, tables, or graphs are easier on the eye rather than multiple paragraphs breaking down the exercise, reps, sets, etc, or even diet change options that he outlines.
I personally feel stupid and embarrassed for even paying money for this book that has information about stuff i already know [i would've given it one star].....HOWEVER it's great for beginner's who're new to the game and wanting to lose weight the right way and not with snakeoil supplements or advice on 'quick or easy tips' [reason why i upped the review to three stars]