New Weight Loss Program Heavy on Marketing, Light on Exercise
With countless diet products and supplements on the market claiming to melt away the pounds without diet and exercise, it’s refreshing to see a program that’s actually based on diet and exercise.
Centreville, VA – With countless diet products and supplements on the market claiming to melt away the pounds without diet and exercise, it’s refreshing to see a program that’s actually based on diet and exercise. However, even a program that combines diet with exercise may have considerable shortcomings.
The program is called Michael Thurmond’s 6 Week Body Makeover, and it’s based on eating the right foods and exercising just twice a week, for 15 to 18 minutes a day. By sticking to the program, the program claims that people can lose up to 30 pounds in the first 45 days. However, according to certified fitness instructors and a leading consumer health website, this program appears to be heavy on marketing, and a little too light on exercise.
Robin Storti, a Certified Fitness Instructor in Southern California, believes this program may wind up disappointing a lot of people.
“While it’s true that at the outset of any weight loss regimen, eating the right foods in the correct portions will yield more weight lose than simply exercising alone,” says Storti. “But most people won’t lose thirty pounds after six weeks, because the body has already adapted to the regimen by that time, and needs another metabolic shakeup to keep the pounds coming off.”
According to healthhound.com, a leading consumer health website, 15-18 minute workouts, twice a week, as advised by the program is hardly enough exercise to reshape those stubborn problem areas.
“It’s just common sense,” says healthhound.com. “If a person is thirty pounds overweight and wants to get back into shape, working out for 15 minutes, twice a week, simply won’t do the job… not even in six weeks, and not in 16 weeks, either.”
Healthhound.com recommends that people save their money and rely on “tried and true” cardiovascular and diet routines. “We’re offering people a free eBook called, ‘The Health Hound’s Fast, Safe & Effective Way to Lose Weight Quickly.’ The eBook offers simple action steps anyone can easily incorporate into their busy lifestyles to lose weight quickly and safely.
According to the website, the eBook has been downloaded more than 100,000 times, which indicates the need for realistic and practical ways of losing weight and becoming healthier in our fast-paced, fast-food lifestyles. Go to www.healthhound.com for more information about downloading the free eBook.
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