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Fat Burning Furnace Weight Loss Program Review

Updated on March 9, 2010

The Fat Burning Furnace weight loss program was originally invented by Rob Poulos, and it's pretty unique when compared to most other types of programs like this. It's fully explained in a 158-page book. With the Fat Burning Furnace program, you can lose fat and add muscle, which in effect raises your resting metabolic rate so that you look and feel better -- and you can burn more calories, too.

This natural metabolic boost brought about by the program is where Poulos gets his "fat burning furnace" reference from, because you raise your resting metabolic rate and therefore can literally burned hundreds of more calories every day without having to do any further physical activity besides the exercise included in the program. The net result of this is that you lose weight even though you don't theoretically have to change what you eat. In contrast to other weight loss programs, instead of cutting down on what you eat by several hundred calories a day, you just boost your metabolism and achieve the same result.

The first part of the Fat Burning Furnace program: Exercise

Exercise is a major part of Poulos' fat burning diet program, but it's different than other exercise programs you've probably thought of. Instead of asking you to work out a lot, Poulos simply asks you to work out to full capacity with interval training, just 20 minutes a day, three times a week.

Cardiovascular exercise is "frowned upon," mostly because it's pretty inefficient. Actually, you're going to get cardiovascular exercise if you do interval training, but by taxing your muscles to their fullest with the intense exercises touted by Poulos, two things are going to happen. One, of course, you're going to build more muscle, but two, what's going to happen is that it's going to take quite a lot to repair that muscle -- which means you're going to be burning many more calories for the next day or two. By the time that muscle repairs itself, you're going to be working out again, and so, you can see, you'll be building muscle and burning calories at the same time.

The other thing is that of course, when you build muscle, you ramp up your metabolism naturally; that's also a good way to burn calories.

Ron And His Wife Before And After Pictures After Losing A Total Of 101 Pounds...
Ron And His Wife Before And After Pictures After Losing A Total Of 101 Pounds...

The second part of Fat Burning Furnace: Nutrition

With the Fat Burning Furnace program, you eat smarter, but you don't go hungry. The program breaks down what you should eat, as well as what you should avoid. In fact, Poulos recommends that you eat small amounts frequently instead of larger meals less frequently, so that you don't get hungry and satisfy your nutritional requirements. And when you satisfy your nutritional requirements, according to Poulos, you're not going to crave foods you shouldn't have. Simple, direct and to the point.

The Fat Burning Furnace Bottom Line Plus Free Trial

The bottom line is that Poulos has done a really good job of creating a simple, easy-to-follow exercise and diet program that's going to naturally have you losing weight and building muscle, without deprivation and without going overboard or spending all of your time in the gym. The best part is you can try the Fat Burning Furnace program for free and see if it will work for you.


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      7 years ago from Malaysia

      good review. FBF is very useful for everyone


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