(PRWEB) May 11, 2005
Vic Holtreman, author of "The Last 10 Pounds", has decided to put his reputation on the line by demonstrating in real time that his methods of losing those last few pounds of stubborn fat really work. Due to problems with his back, Vic's weight has crept back up to where it was at the point when he took the "before" picture for his eBook, but he's determined to get back to the sub-10% body fat level.
"I've been extremely frustrated by the fact that I haven't been able to exercise because of my bad back, but I've reached a point where I refuse to be a slave to my pain any longer. I thought that I could kill two birds with one stone by getting back in shape and proving that the principles in my eBook really work," Vic says. "By tracking my fitness progress publicly, I'm holding myself accountable and giving myself more motivation to succeed." In addition to tracking his fat loss progress, Vic will offer tips, information, and dispel myths associated with weight loss, nutrition and fitness in general on the site.
Vic does not subscribe to the "lose weight fast" approach, instead relating a "slow and steady" method which he says will allow one to keep the weight off. He says: "If you go on a three day juice diet or some other 'quickie' weight loss method, what happens when you're done? Have you learned how to eat the right foods or will you go back to eating the same foods that gained you the weight on Monday morning?"
Apparently he can talk the talk, but his website will show whether he can walk the walk and lose fat using his own methods.
So far his method seems to be working: In his first week of "The Last 10 Pounds" program he's lost almost two pounds of fat and a 1/4" off his waistline.
His blog can be accessed directly here: http://www.last10pounds.com/blog .
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