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How To Become A Fat Burning Einstein

By Rob Poulos...

Today I want to share with you one of the most important aspects
to getting and staying lean, strong, and healthy.   It’s
something that is obvious but most people overlook, and it comes
to us from one of my favorite guys, Al Einstein. Yes, good old
Albert.  What is it?

Well, if you’ve spent any amount of time searching what I like
to call the ‘fitness wasteland’ for the right system or method
for fat loss, fitness, and health, you’ll certainly have run
into a slew of programs that are huge and over complicated.

You know what I’m talking about…they offer a ridiculous amount
of charts, graphs, books, videos, complex workout schemes and
diagrams, and more.  I’m not saying these tools aren’t helpful,
they certainly can be, but if you really want to get closer to
achieving your fat loss and fitness goals, you have to simplify
things a bit.

And no one understood this principle better than one of the
great minds our any time, Einstein.  Albert once said,
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not
simpler”.  Think about that for a moment, and you’ll realize
that he’s just plain right on this one.

Now I’m pretty sure he wasn’t talking about fat burning when he
said this, but this statement can be applied to almost any
endeavor we choose to participate in.  If a method or system for
anything is over complicated unnecessarily, it’s just going to
be that much harder to get the desired result.

And on the other hand, if it’s too simple, than it probably
hasn’t addressed the subject matter enough to be as effective as
possible.  So we have to find a happy medium…a program or
method that is easy to understand, easy to learn, and even
easier to implement. Simplicity in fitness programs is almost
never a problem, as most ‘experts’ want to flap their gums and
pour out as much technical knowledge as possible.  Save it for
the laboratory pal.

In my past 10+ years of experimenting with various fitness and
fat loss methods, I realized that most of them were just too
darn complicated for most people to follow.  Getting bogged down
in the details is a huge problem with most fitness systems, and
the resulting situation most who follow these programs find
themselves in.

Look at your car, for example.  Driving lessons are pretty
simple, right?  Sure, you need to know a few things and you
definitely need some instruction, but you don’t need a 300 page
manual or a schematic on how power steering works to be
effective at it.

That’s why I designed my Fat Burning Furnace system to be super
easy to consume and implement from day 1.  In fact, most
students get through the materials within a couple of days.
Some even take advantage of my ‘In 20 Minutes’ guide which lets
them get started with their first FBF workout and nutritional
approach after just 20 minutes of learning. Now that’s simple,
but not too simple.

You could say my Fat Burning Furnace students and I are a big
bunch of Fat Burning Einsteins.  But I have to give credit to
the real Einstein, our good friend Albert.  I’m not sure if he
was interested in burning fat, but I think he could have been
ripped if he wanted to be.


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1 Comment Add yours

  1. Sheri Patrick

    Have you checked out the “Kettle bell” workout-called “Shred It”- by Jillian Michaels? It’s cardio and resistance together in 2 25 minute workouts.

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