The Achievable Body Review
What it do, baby boo! How are my Health Fanatics today?
Are you guys ready for today’s episode of Real Weight Loss Reviews? I hope so, cause today I’ll be reviewing The Achievable Body by Mike Whitfield. Mike has some pretty huge claims; he says that he’s found a way for you to lose weight while eating your favorite foods. He also says that it doesn’t require your to do any of those grueling 2-hour workouts that everybody hates.
Those are some pretty big claims, Mike. Let’s see if The Achievable Body has got what it takes to be deemed as a worthy weight loss product.
I’m Not Affiliated With The Achievable Body or Mike Whitfield
I’m just a brother from another mother with a background in health and fitness and who loves reviewing weight loss product. I’ve been through a bit of a weight loss journey myself; a couple of years ago, I lost around 75 pounds, and I’ve managed to keep it off this whole time. My job is to help you lose some weight too by reviewing weight loss products so that you don’t have to waste your time on useless, terrible weight loss products and can invest in ones that ACTUALLY help to improve the quality of your health and life.
With that being said, let’s get into the review.
The Achievable Body Review In 15 Seconds
If you can’t be bothered reading the whole review and you just want The Achievable Body review in 15 seconds, here it is:
The Achievable Body is an overpriced weight loss product that’s filled with free information. It contains no educative material whatsoever, and the product is waaaaay too short to justify a $37 price point – Your money and time are better invested elsewhere.
If you’ve got time, take a seat, grab some popcorn (or carrot sticks if you’re dieting) and go through the whole review with me.
Upon Purchasing, I Was Met With Numerous Upsells
I’m pretty sure I’ve only purchased 1 or 2 products that haven’t tried to upsell me anything after the initial purchasing phase. Unfortunately, The Achievable Body wasn’t one of these products; I was met with four upsells and downsells that included both diet and exercise programs.
Once again, we’ve got another product that’s just trying to squeeze as much money out of the consumer as possible without even considering their personal goals/wants/needs.
I skipped past all of the upsells, and I jumped straight into the product.
The Achievable Body Isn’t “Juicy” Enough To Be Priced At $37
Now five to ten bucks is a bit more reasonable, but to say that this product is worth $37 of your precious dollars is a complete lie. The amount of information in this product doesn’t justify the price point whatsoever.
For example, take a look at the table of contents of the main guide.
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, health fanatics of all ages… if you take away the legal jargon plus the contents and title page, you’re literally buying 14 pages of free information. Now keep in mind, this is just the main guide, but the other resources that come with The Achievable body such as the Success Tracker and the 4-Day Detox Guide don’t justify the price point either. That $37 is better invested in a weight loss product that delivers more value, teaches you more educative material, and is just an overall better product.
Oh, and yes, I did say free information: The whole basis of The Achievable Body is to eat healthily on the weekdays and then splurge on the weekends. This isn’t any new information, doing a quick search on google for cheat days will show you the benefits of shocking your body with a high-calorie day in order to bring your hormones and metabolism back into gear.
Basically, it shouldn’t cost you $37 for you to be told to eat healthy on the weekdays, and then splurge on the weekends.
The Achievable Body Contains No Educational Material
The thing with reviewing weight loss products is that you get an idea of what’s considered “good and bad”. The reason why I can safely label this product as “bad” is because I’ve reviewed other products that cost the same or cheaper that deliver way more value than this. One way of delivering value is through some form of educational material, which is something that The Achievable Body fails to do.
The number one reason why people buy weight loss products is to lose weight, right? So it makes sense to teach the reader concepts that will help them to lose weight. The Achievable Body contains no information on the concept of a calorie deficit, certain hormones that play a part in weight loss such as insulin etc. All of The Achievable body is dedicated to actionable steps with no information to explain WHY these steps need to be taken.
Here are a few screenshots from The Achievable Body (because of the length of the product, this is literally about 50% of the main guide).
The information is too basic, and not to mention you probably already know the majority of this stuff already.
The Achievable Body Final Rating: D+
The best thing that I could say about this product is that I’m glad it’s short because it didn’t waste my time with reviewing it. The Achievable Body is a short, uninformative weight loss guide that ultimately tells you to eat healthy on the weekdays and splurge on the weekends, all for an “inexpensive, perfectly justified” price of $37!
Mike Whitfield, I highly suggest you relook at this product to provide more value, or completely get rid of it from the face of the interwebz.
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