Xtreme Fat Loss Diet Review
What’s good, Health Fanatics!
It’s a beautiful, sunny day here in New Zealand and I’m in the mood to review some weight loss products.
In this episode of Real Weight Loss reviews, I’m going to be reviewing the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet by John Marion, Shaun Hadsall and Dan Long. These boys have claimed that they’ve found the “most strategic, fastest new year’s fat loss program ever developed. ” They claim that they can help you lose weight incredibly fast while building muscle, and finish the program with a revved metabolism that will help you to burn more fat over a longer period of time.
Those are some huge claims fellas. Let’s see if you guys can deliver.
I’m Not Affiliated With These 3 Fella’s Or Their Xtreme Fat Loss Diet Product
I’m just another Health And Fitness fanatic that loves reviewing weight loss products. My job is to help your buying decisions by scoping through the weight loss market in an attempt to find the products that are ACTUALLY worth your money and time. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s get into the review.
Xtreme Fat Loss Diet Review In A Nutshell
If you’re wanting the quick Xtreme Fat Loss Diet review, here it is:
This product is good, but it’s not great. Your time and money are better invested elsewhere.
There are some good things in this product such as the strategic incorporation of cheat days to burn more fat over a longer period. But the complexity of the product plus a number of other factors made me believe that it’s a good product, but it’s not amazing. You’re better off using your money and time on another product that’s cheaper and delivers more value to you.
Some Upsells To Start Off The Review
I’ve got no clue as to why there are so many upsells in the majority of weight loss products that I’ve reviewed so far. It just makes the purchasing process more complicated, and it screams the “give me your money” vibes.
Once I purchased the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet, I was met with a number of upsells of more diet and exercise products.
Can I just access the product that I initially purchased without being sold something? Geez.
Then throughout the product, there was a number of random affiliate links to different products and supplements. Everything from protein cookies, protein powder, and even a supplement which apparently supports and enhances Leptin production.
To be completely honest, there were more upsells than this; I just didn’t wanna add them in here because it’ll take up like a billion pages.
The Program Layout Is Too Complicated
The Xtreme Fat Loss Diet program is built in a way that balances high-calorie days with low-calorie days. Here’s a screenshot of the basic layout of the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet program.
It gives your body such a shock with constant influxes of cheat days and low-calorie days (with an overall net reduction of calories) so that you lose weight. I like the incorporation of cheat days, as they’ve been proven by multiple studies to increase your leptin levels and help you to lose weight in the long term.
With that being said, the program is most likely extremely complicated for those who are new to weight loss, and it’s better to start off small and simple and gradually ease into new health habits. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying of “Keep It Simple Stupid.” There’s so much power to simplicity, as things which are simple are easier to follow and understand. Even the king of bodybuilding, Arnold Schwarzenegger, said in response to a question about how to lose weight, “Pretty simple… I would add in extra cardio – running on the beach, swimming, and bicycling. I cut out bread, pasta and desserts. It definitely wasn’t rocket science, but it worked.”
I think it’s safe to say that if the king of bodybuilding says to keep weight loss simple, then it’s pretty trustworthy advice.
Other Random Tid Bits Of Information
There are other pros and cons to this product that I thought would be worthy to mention:
Pro 1: The program includes cheat days. As mentioned previously, this program strategically incorporates cheat days. This provides both physiological and psychological benefits for you; Your body benefits by bringing it back to a balanced state, and your mind benefits by having a break from dieting and indulging in your favorite foods.
Con 1: The Xtreme Fat Loss Diet could be taken as yet another crash diet. A 25-day approach is okay, but not great. Permanent weight loss comes with a long term approach. 25 days can bring good results, but can you maintain the journey after only 25 days?
Pro 2: Additional Resources For Free. There’s other handy little tidbits that come with the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet. Here are a few screenshots of the additional guides.
All of these extra resources may not be necessarily useful or required to do the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet, but I guess they’re good as an addition to the main program.
Con 2: The Workouts Are Relatively Complicated. The program contains a number of workouts that can be a bit too complicated for exercise newbies. For example, there are bodyweight workouts, resistance training workouts, workouts involving yoga balls etc. This comes back to the complexity of the program, and how it’s better just to keep things as simple as possible when starting your weight loss journey.
Xtreme Fat Loss Diet Final Rating: B-
Like I said, it’s a good product, but it’s not great. The Xtreme Fat Loss Diet is a bit too complicated for anyone that’s looking to lose weight, and for this reason, I highly recommend that you spend your money and time on another product that delivers more value and is affordable.
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Remember, if you’ve got any questions, just shoot them below. I’d love to help you out with any problems that you’re having, especially ones when it comes to weight loss.
See ya later Health Fanatics!