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Old School New Body is a new work out program from Steve and Becky Holman who promise that they have discovered a simple and effective way for people to slow down the aging process.

According to the website, once people reach the age of 40, their aging process begins to accelerate. People who do not maintain proper diet and exercise can actually age their body as month as six extra months each year.

In addition, your body begins to both gain weight at a faster rate as well as lose lean muscle mass, which adds to the aging effect and overall health issues and problems associated with aging.

The Old School New Body method has five different rules that people should follow to help them not only reverse the advanced aging process, but also to slow down the process so much people can actually age less than they should. These rules are all based on “old school” methods of health and wellness.

The first step of the process is to quit or avoid all low fat diets. Low fat diets ruin your body's ability to properly maintain their hormone levels, which is very important for anti-aging.

They also say that one of the most important rules is to remember to stay positive and believe that your age can’t – and won’t – stop you from doing something that you really want to.

The final, remaining steps are all fitness related. It is important to always stay hydrated when taking on a fitness routine, and in addition keeping your cells hydrated is important in the anti-aging process.

You should also not spend your time and energy on endurance training workouts; these workouts are hard, exhausting, and not really effective in the anti-aging process. Instead, you must rely on “old school” training methods, like those described in their F4X process.

The F4X Training System uses old school resistance training that focuses on four specific exercises which you can do in minutes to stay fit; the website says that you only need 90 minutes of exercise each week to get all the positive anti-aging health benefits.

The program costs $27 and is a product of Clickbank, which means that if you have any issues or complaints about what you receive you can request a refund within 60 days, no questions asked.

If you have any experience with this program, please leave your Old School, New Body reviews below.

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December31, 2012

Old School New Body is the latest training program designed to help men and women over the age of 35 (under 35 can use it also, no matter how old are you) get their bodies back into great shape.this is a youth-enhancing system that can help you regain vitality and strength in only a matter of weeks.

What’s the F4X system?

It’s simple: Say you’re doing curls. You pick a weight with which you can get about 15 repetitions, but you only do 10. Simple. Rest 35 seconds, then do 10 more—and so on until you complete the designated number of sets—usually four. You go all out on the last one, until you can’t get another in good form.

This program is suitable for individuals in their 40′s and over.

There are different levels of F4X, from the beginner to the advanced : the first level is called The F4X LEAN Workout, it’s an easy to follow workout for beginners. The second F4X workout is called F4X Automatic Cardio, in this chapter Steve talks about cardio and how interval cardio works so well at burning fat .The third workout is called The F4X SHAPE Workout :it’s a repetition of the F4X LEAN Workout performed three days a week can work wonders for you the rest of your life !! The last level of F4X workouts is The F4X All-Dumbbell Workout it’s a complete Instant At-Home, New-Body Solution.And there are even more exercises that you will find in the Old School New Body Ebook.

The Verdict:

You can gain all the benefits offered in this program, as long as you follow the techniques and recommendations carefully.

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John
March 02, 2013

Lots of study, Great professors and teaching staff

scamm
March 02, 2013

Admissions doesn't return calls or send out information. Don't waste your time!

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