Fat Loss for the “Joes” and the “Pros”

About the Author: Eric Cressey

I often get questions on what the best approach for fat loss is – and the truth is that there is no one correct way.  Everyone responds differently, and different fat loss programs have different outcomes for different people. That said, I wanted to outline two resources and the population to which they appeal the most.

First, for the general fitness “Joes” (and “Janes”) that read this blog, I wanted to give a shout-out to Dr. Kareem Samhouri’s Double-Edged Fat Loss program , which is a resource that I’d highly recommend if you (or a family member or friend) is someone who is new to exercise and looking for a program that can deliver excellent results without much equipment.  It certainly isn’t right for everyone (particularly a lot of the hardcore fitness enthusiasts and fitness professionals) reading this blog, but Kareem definitely offers an excellent resource to those who need help getting the ball rolling on an exercise program and want to do so without a ton of equipment.  He’s also a great dude and an excellent motivator, so I think you’ll find it to be good reading, should you make the investment.  Click here for more information and to see if it’s a good fit for you.


Second, for the fitness professionals out there, Alwyn and Rachel Cosgrove recently introduced an online education series, Counting Reps to Counting Revenue, about how they have built up their gym, Results Fitness, which is arguably the most profitable gym per square foot in the country.  What does this have to do with fat loss?  Well, the fat loss market is their bread and butter – so you can’t have a successful business model without a successful training model. For more information, click here.

I hope you all had a great weekend.  I’ll be back tomorrow with more fresh, new content.

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