14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Review
I’m not gonna lie; I think I’m running out of ways to start these reviews. Like, do I keep saying “What’s Up, Health Fanatics?”, or should I switch it up…
What’s up, Health Fanatics!
In today’s episode of Real Weight Loss Reviews, I’ll be going through the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan by Shaun Hadsall. Shaun has been on this show before with his other weight loss products called the 4 Cycle Fat Loss Solution, and the Xtreme Fat Loss Diet. He’s back with another weight loss program; I guess he wanted to try and crack that A+ rating from the ol’ King of Weight Loss Product Reviews, Danyon Togia (yes, I talk about myself in third person sometimes).
Shaun says that the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Program will help your body to use fat as energy so you can burn that stubborn belly fat that you despise. He also says that the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss protocol will help you burn fat and lose weight without you following a low-carb diet. He also says it will teach your body to “outsmart your metabolism” and force your body to burn fat as energy while STILL enjoying your favorite foods. Last but not least, Shaun Hadsall says that the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss program will teach you how to “cut your exercise time in HALF using a brand new, scientifically proven, cutting-edge exercise protocol that is specifically designed to target lower belly fat and force the release of stubborn fat into the blood stream so you can burn it off – in as little as 12 minutes…”
Man, those are some huge claims, Shaun. Let’s see if you can survive the Weight Loss Product Gauntlet.
Me And Shaun Hadsall/The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Program Aren’t Homies
This is just a nice and neat paragraph explaining to you that I’m not affiliated with Shaun Hadsall or the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan. I’m just a health and fitness writer for the big boss of this website; my job is to review weight loss products so that I can recommend excellent weight loss products to you, whilst steering you away from the crappy, useless, fluff-filled weight loss products that are out there.
14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Review In A Nutshell
If your partner has been screaming at you to do the dishes for the past two hours, but you’re just aching to get the yes-or-no verdict on the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss plan, I’ve got you covered fam:
The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss is an okay program. An easy 6/10; it’s got some useful information on glycogen levels, insulin, carb cycling, general weight loss information, etc. But it’s nothing special. I wouldn’t recommend this product to you because it’s just a wee bit too average.
14 Day Rapid Fat Loss With 14 Upsells
Sorry, I lied. There was only 4 upsells, but that headline sounded catchy in my head.
After purchasing the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss plan, I was met with a number of the generic diet and exercise product upsells.
As I’ve mentioned in my previous reviews, sometimes the Upsells are actually beneficial; I find that support groups and private coaching are much more useful upsells – there have been studies showing that social groups can increase the chances of you losing weight permanently.
The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan Pushes Spot Reduction Fallacies
The main thing I noticed about Shaun Hadsall’s product is how much he pushes the fallacy of spot-reducing fat. Throughout the product and even on the sales page, Shaun Hadsall has stated multiple times that the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Plan will help “target and burn your belly fat.”
I’m just telling you guys and gals right now; you can’t spot reduce fat. Even the big boys and gals over at Yale have said that you can’t spot reduce fat. There was also a study done that showed how fat loss relates to tennis players. If spot reduction was possible, you’d think that a tennis player would have one arm with less fat than the other. The study found that there was “…no significant difference in the thickness of subcutaneous fat over the muscles of the arm receiving more exercise as compared to the arm receiving less exercise.”
I think claims like “a diet that targets your belly fat”, or “this workout will burn your arm flab” are only stated because it appeals to the consumer. Ultimately, fat is lost over the entire body, and for the majority of people in the world, the very last place that the body burns fat is from the belly.
The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Carb Cycling Protocol
There were some good points about Shaun Hadsall’s weight loss program. His promise of “eating whatever carbs you want and still burn fat” comes at a price. He’s included some valuable information on strategically utilizing carbs to refill glycogen levels and spiking insulin levels at certain times to promote muscle growth.
Basically, he says that you deplete glycogen levels with a combination of low carb days and resistance training workouts. Then, the carbs that you DO eat will be used by your body to refill muscle glycogen instead of being stored as fat. It’s good information to know about, especially if you’re wanting to enjoy your carbohydrates without letting them spill over to fat. Then again, it’s nothing that a free search on google can educate you about. Here’s an excellent article on carb cycling if you wanna check it out.
Random Bits Of Information On The 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Program
This is kind of the leftover pieces of information that I thought you’d find interesting.
First off, there’s no real emphasis on a calorie deficit. It’s the number one requirement for someone to lose weight, and every time I see a lack of attention on this weight loss requirement, I die a little inside. If there’s any concept that I want you weight loss fanatics to know about, it’s that you HAVE to be in a calorie deficit in order to lose weight. In essence, it means that the energy being supplied to your body via food isn’t enough to sustain weight, so your body resorts to using its own sources instead.
Secondly, the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss program included a number of other resources, such as extra fat burning tricks, as well as dinner and dessert recipes.
They’re okay, nothing too special, but they do increase the overall value of the product.
14 Day Rapid Fat Loss Final Rating: B-
It’s the same with his other products: It’s okay, it’s average, it might get the job done.
But it’s not excellent. It’s not amazing. It’s not, in my own words, “gangsta.”
There are other products out on the market that provide more value, in a more presentable manner, with no fluff, more resources, etc. Just better products in general. If you’re looking for excellent products, I suggest you start off with my review of The Half Day Diet. Now THAT product is fantastic.
Let Me Know What You Think!
If you have any questions about the products, or you want to hear a bit of advice from someone that’s lost over 70 lbs, drop me a comment below! I’m here to help you guys, so make use of me.
Eat Healthy. Train Hard. Sleep Good.
See ya later, Health Fanatics!