Friday, January 25, 2008

Look Great Naked Challenge Info Pt2

I'm back with another update on the Look Great Naked Challenge Starting Next Friday.

I've had quite a few of my readers ask me "How intensive is the program? I've been inactive for quite a while and don't really think I'm up to a 'hard-core' workout program. Will I be able to handle it?"

The simple answer is 'Yes!'

You see, the program has been created in such a way as to cater for everyone from the beginner, through the intermediate and even to a relativeley advance level of fitness.

In fact, I've had people who were running 30 miles a week and going to Body-Pump classes 3 times a week yet who had reached a plateu, start the program and immediately drop body fat with the workout and nutrition combination I teach during the program.

How do I accomplish this?

Well, it's simple really.

First, I have program participants exercise twice a day.

"Twice a day!?"

Don't panic, it's not as bad as it sounds and, certainly at the start, these training sessions will only take you around 10 minutes each and building up to around 15 minutes or so by the end of the program.

The beauty of this system is that it's fast and doesn't eat into your life too much but there's more to it than that. You see, 2 sessions a day keep your body at a higher metabolic rate and burn far more total calories and fat.

The workouts are really varied too and progress in both complexity and intensity as the program go on, but you'll never have to worry about any of this because you'll be guided as to the right techniques by the videos I'll be sending you as well as the worksheets that you'll be able to print off and follow.

In truth, much of the real 'magic' of the Look Great Naked Challenge is the simplicity, though that shouldn't be confused with being less effective than the more 'traditional' workout programs you may have seen in the past.

It's not.

It's just that, in this case at least, 'simple' means that it's not confusing, it doesn't take a lot of your time and that you'll only need the minimum of of equipment to get the most from it.

Simple or not, the progressive, consistent and varied nature of the workouts will have quite a dramatic effect during the over the course of the program which, after all, is the whole point! : )

Speak soon!


P.S - Tomorrow I'll tell you about some of the equipment that you may need in order to get the most from the program. (Don't worry, you don't HAVE TO have it and it's inexpensive)

P.P.S - Tell Your Friends about the challenge at

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