Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle is a product of Tom Venuto, a
certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS).
Admittedly, this is one of the hottest selling e-book guides on weight loss and muscle gain and there are some
solid reasons for this trend.
The Program Goals
The Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle program calls itself the ‘fat loss bible’, and rightly so. It is not for those
whose resolve is shaky: it consists of 340 pages of information pertaining to fitness and health in relation to the
science of food consumption, muscle building and exercise.
The best thing with this program is that it aims at cutting fat while preserving and building lean muscle
and retaining water. A lot of weight loss programs lead to a dramatic loss of weight in a short time, which is
usually attributed to loss of water, lean muscle and some fat. The Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle program aims
at reducing the loss of lean muscle while maximizing real fat loss.
It’s worth noting that although Tom Venuto is a body builder, this program is not about getting huge muscles. It
is a guide that can be used by anyone and any gender, as well as those who are just curious about fitness and
health but don’t want to actually go through the thrills.
The good stuff
The Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle program devotes a lot of time to providing its readers with solid
knowledge about every feature of permanent weight loss and good health. There are a number of myth- debunking
facts included in the book, in addition to in-depth information on the how’s and why’s of cutting fat.
For a fact, this guide is in no way a ‘diet’, so it will not make restrictions on any food group. What it does
is to make it easy for you to determine your own personal consumption of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. The
information on determining your body type, your basal metabolic rate and whether your body tolerates carbohydrates
or not, is quite interesting.
There is also a whole chapter dedicated to setting goals, which is a very useful part of this guide. To
be frank, without this part, the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle guide would be incomplete. Essentially, this part
says that burning fat and getting in shape is not about diets and other gimmicks.
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Depending on whether you look at it as a disadvantage or not, the hefty guide’s 340 pages of content seem like
too much. For sure, that’s a bit overwhelming, especially for people who are health and fitness conscious but don’t
have the time to go through the whole load. Thus, this guide is certainly not for those who are simply ooking to
shed a few pounds without the science and complexities of a weight loss program.
That’s not to take away anything from the program. This is just to help you not get into the ‘paralysis by
analysis’ kind of situation, where you fail to take any action simply because it is too much for you at that
In conclusion, while Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle is no doubt a great guide, it is not for everybody. If you
like to do things from the basics right up to the complexities, this guide is for you.