(PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Old School New Body Exercises is a new workout plan developed by Steve and Becky Holman, both of whom are over 50 years of age. This F4X youth-enhancing body shaping system aims to help over 35 year-old people slow down the ageing process and look 10 years younger. On the official website, the authors state clearly they have received a plenty of “thank you” emails from customers.
People learn how to build muscles and lose weight by doing weekly 90-minute exercise. The authors claim their “super-short sessions” will not require extra cardio. Hence, people can reshape their bodies and regain their health. This program intends to stimulate weight loss and calorie burning significantly. As a result, every user can have a youthful and attractive appearance.
Moreover, users will receive further health advice in six bonuses. Bonus 1 “F4X Quick Start Workout Guide” is a brief summary of three training phases. Bonus 2 “Burn Fat Faster” intends to accelerate the fat burning process. Bonus 3 “Build More Muscle” focuses on the food, fruit, nutrient, and mineral that promotes muscle building. Bonus 4 “Keep the Drive Alive” and Bonus 5 “Live the Good Life” can enable users to lead healthier and happier lives. Besides, users will receive inspirational and instructional audio interviews from 5 experts: Tom Venuto, Kristi Frank, Bill Phillips, Jennifer Nicole Lee, and Shawn Phillips. These interviews incorporate valuable secrets and tips that can upgrade users’ quality of life substantially. The whole package priced at $27 is promised to bring users huge benefits. If users are disappointed with their results, they are entitled to receive reimbursement.
If people wish to get advantages and disadvantages of Old School New Body overview, they could visit the website.
The official website provides full information of Old School New Body.
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