Are you looking for an Old school new body review that matters? Try this one- straight from the horses mouth!
What’s behind ‘Old School New Body?’
The principal is simple. If you don’t work your muscles, you will lose them. What’s worse is that we humans lose muscle tissue density every year anyway. The result is that we look fatter and soggier with each passing year. And no one wants that, do they.
This program is based on good old fashioned resistance training. Resistance training is something that’s come to be much misunderstood in recent years. Firstly, it’s died a death thanks to the focus on endless cardio, but it’s also generally held to be a case of ‘more is better’. With resistance training, more isn’t actually better! If you observe, the best looking pro fitness athletes are generally those who are headed out of the gym while everyone else is still warming up!
That’s where Old School New Body comes in. Developed by Steve Holman, editor of Iron Man Magazine for over 25 years, and his wife Becky, the F4X training system [as it's properly known] uses a combination of 4 specific exercises that are wrapped up in only a few minutes- because that’s all you actually need.
The principal is insanely appealing, after all. They make a claim we can all get behind- who wants to spend hours in the gym when you have loved ones and family you could be spending that time with? One of the first excuses you hear from people is that they don’t have time for the gym. This program helps you find your way around it.
That doesn’t mean there’s no hard work! This isn’t want of those rubbish crash diets, you know! They’ve just tried to simplify it and make it easy. The program requires you not to change your eating habits artificially, but to make a few basic dietary changes that will maximize results and also make you feel better doing it.
It can be used both in the gym and your home, although gyms are generally better equipped with resistance equipment such as you’ll need. That said, a few adjustable dumbbells and a bench at home will help.
Remember, of course, that no program works if you never do it! No, not even if you buy all the stuff and leave it sitting on your desktop hopefully. As with all things, you’ll need to commit to the Old School New Body Program if you want to make it work for you.
The starting price of just under $70 is reasonable enough, and stands out well against other more expensive systems. You’re not held back by age or other physical factors with this program either, as people of all ages and current fitness levels can use and adapt the principals to suit themselves.
Old School New Body encourages resistance training to build muscle tone and help drop excess weight whilst making you stronger and healthier.