I was wondering if anyone has tried the Body-For-Life program. From what i have read about the diet and training, it seems like it works... but not to the extent they describe. All of the success stories are of people who changed their bodies dramatically... sometiems to look like a long-term body builder. Are these people few and far between, or should everyone expect dramatic changes? It seems a little too good to be true.
most the before-after people used steroids i think.
its a great program but dont take them judging theirselves too serious.
If you stay committed it will work. Those people that you see who have won the contests; stayed committed and got results they were looking for.
I read the book. In summary, ... stay dedicated, eat a sensible diet, and workout like an animal and you'll have positive results. Sure glad I pissed away my money to gain that valuable insight.
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Yeah, the BFL program can get expensive. protein alone can cost you $30 a week (taking it 3x daily). not to mention other supplements. I dont think the success stories used steriods or any other hormones. I noticed it said most of them used protein, creatine, and some form of fat burner.
all that program is, is your paying for knowledge that you either know or can look up for free. Pretty much a program for all those old people who do 10min of stairs and 10min of biking and they walk around thinking they own the joint and go arounf telling people who do do exercises.
It's a program for profit. You use their program and you buy their products. But, it will work.
Well definetely something is fishy, Steroids? I dont know but maybe. 12 weeks is definetely not going to get you the results you see in those after pictures. If they said a year I would agree, it could be real. But fi your going to do BFL dont get scammed. Yes, supplements are good, but you dont have to buy EAS and i would start off only buying protein and glutamine, then maybe creatine. Thats it, maybe some ephedrine type product after a bulking phaze. Good Luck! EAS Simply protein is pretty good and good price, but thats about it from them.