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Fast Weight Loss Challenge - Can Junk Food Make You Lose Weight Quicker?


Learn Fast Weight Loss techniques, including how junk food like snickers and ice cream can help you achieve fast weight loss, as 1998 Body For Life Champion and Rocket Scientist Harry Johnson Jr attempts to transform his body in 49 days on his blog.

Winning the prestigious 1998 Body For Life contest at 39, Harry beat over 220,000+ entrants. Now 49, Harry is attempting to recreate his contest-winning physique live on his blog, 16 weeks was needed to change his body the first time, now his goal is 5.5% bodyfat in only 49 days.

“It’s my 10-year anniversary of winning the Body For Life™ contest and I just turned 49. So I wanted to commemorate them both by seeing how good a shape I could get in again. Most people my age think they’re ‘over the hill’, so I wanted to show fast weight loss was possible for anyone. My blog,, will document my changes… live.”

Some of the topics you’ll learn on the blog include: why working out less allows faster weight loss, why eating junk food can help you lose weight faster, how to lose 4 pounds of fat in 2 days, how to choose the best weight loss foods, how to get better abs in only 44 seconds, and more.

In this ground-breaking fitness blog, dieters learn how to leverage Harry’s 20-year fitness, diet, supplement, and exercise experience to finally lose their stubborn body fat. Harry is giving away his “Body Maps To Fitness Success Doctrines” on Dec 5th, 2008, when he completes his challenge. These Doctrines helped him win the Body For Life contest.

Harry’s DVD, now documenting his transformation, will provide rare insight into what it really takes to change your body. Available Free on Dec 5th.

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