Double Edge Fat Loss – Fat Loss Workouts and Diet


Double Edge Fat Loss – Fat Loss Workouts and Diet


Have you ever wondered why it seemed so much easier to stay thin in high school?

Why is it that you could practically eat anything you wanted and stay thin in those days when now you count every calorie and yet you STILL struggle with your weight? Studies show that, in fact, our bodies LOSE muscle, burn FEWER calories, and store MORE FAT as we age. It’s a harsh fact of life.

Did you know that we lose 1/2 to 1 percent of our lean muscle mass per year and that muscle strength declines by 12 to 15 percent per decade?

That means you’re losing enough muscle mass to burn 4 pounds of body fat a year and 40 pounds of body fat a decade! It’s what I like to call the FAT SNOWBALL EFFECT. If you need proof, just pull out your high school yearbook and compare your friends then versus now.

Before you stress eat a gallon of ice cream, STOP, put down the Ben and Jerry’s, and read carefully. Because you can reverse this process regardless of age or body type. In fact, it’s completely possible to regain the youthful metabolism that you had in high school.



THESE 3 STEPS will REPROGRAM your body to LOOK and FEEL like a teenager again

Exercise Less

WHAT? Rub your eyes and check again. Yes, it still says LESS. Think of your body like a ten-speed bike. Imagine you’re trying to peddle down a hill, but no matter how fast and hard you peddle you can’t go any faster. It’s probably because you’re in the wrong gear. Your metabolism works the same way. When you learn how to make your metabolism shift gears, shedding fat will seem EASY. The trick is to strategically exercise to target posture stabilization and muscle oxygenation so that you continue to burn fat HOURS and even DAYS after your workout. That’s right, you’ll be burning fat even when you’re NOT DOING ANYTHING.

Escape the MYTHS of “LOW FAT” and “LOW CALORIE.”

We’ve all been misled to believe that low fat and low calorie diets are the key to weight loss. This is simply FALSE. Our bodies need the CORRECT foods for sustained energy, less cravings, and a clear mind. The junk food industry has made us addicted to carbs and sugars, which has left our bodies sick and overweight. When you know how to eat right, you’ll never have to focus on “calories” or “low fat” again. On the other hand, If you eat the wrong foods you’ll derail your fat loss goals and destroy your health. One SIMPLE TIP to remember: don’t shop in the middle of the grocery store. Those aisles tend to have the processed, packaged foods. Stick to the refrigerated outer aisles with the fresh, whole foods.


The role of the MIND in fat loss is HUGELY UNDERESTIMATED. To truly maximize fat loss you not only have to be strategic about how you use your BODY, you also have to be strategic about how you use your MIND. There are ways for your mind to communicate with your body to literally TARGET FAT LOSS. If you don’t use your mind in this way, instead of fat loss you’ll just get fatigue and hormone destabilization. Furthermore, it’s essential to target specific muscles through focus and awareness or else your exercises will be 30% less effective. Think about it. By simply using your mind correctly, a 20-minute workout would be just as effective as a 30-minute workout.

Warning: This Method is not for everyone

The truth is, my method is not 100% for everyone.

If you’re stuck in your old ways and refuse to truly embrace modern, science-tested techniques, this is NOT for you.

If you truly believe that the amount of time you spend working out is really what it’s all about, this is NOT for you. Good luck with those countless hours on the treadmill.

And, if you’re not willing to workout VERY HARD for a SHORT amount of time, this program is not for you.

Straight talk: Double Edged Fat Loss is hard work.

Nothing worth having comes easy. You have to be willing to truly break a sweat. But if you’re willing to do that, you’ll be engaging in the SMARTEST, HEALTHIEST, and most EFFICIENT fat loss program in the world. That’s the deal. Fair enough?