Old School New Body: Review Examining Steve and Becky Holman’s Workout Program

Old School New Body reviews have been flooding the Internet. RequestedReviews.com reveals the truth about this program that is designed for individuals over 35 years old, and promises to slow down the aging process and reshape the body.

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Steve & Becky Holman Creators of Old School New Body

While other workout programs and diets require extended cardio workouts or starving yourself, Old School New Body shows how people can safely and quickly obtain the results using an extremely targeted method of movement

West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 30, 2013

Old School New Body reviews have been flooding the Internet. RequestedReviews.com reveals the truth about this program that is designed for individuals over 35 years old, and promises to slow down the aging process and reshape the body.

Old School New Body is a workout program designed primarily for busy individuals over the age of 35. It claims to efficiently and effectively slow down the aging process by supplying the body with the exercise and nutrition it needs. This has caught the attention of RequestedReviews.com’s Laura O'Connor, prompting an investigative review.

“Iron Man Magazine’s Editor in Chief Steve and his wife Becky Holman have created a workout program that is easy to understand and that doesn’t take a lot of time (requiring up to 90 minutes of exercise a week)" reports O'Connor.

Old School New Body reveals five steps that go against what most people have likely heard in the past about fitness and weight loss including working out less and forgetting low-fat diets. According to the creators it's a program that represents quality over quantity.

In O'Connors Old School New Body review, she explains how and why the program can be followed by both men and women, both young and old. She also mentions that workouts are composed of specific and simple exercises that can be performed in minutes. The overall training program is made of three progressing phases: F4XL Lean, F4X Shape and F4X Build. The three phases are based on the varying fitness goals and fitness levels of the user.

O'Connor also likes how Old School New Body gives buyers value for their money. Buyers get a copy of the program and a quick start workout guide. They also receive several special reports such as on “Ultimate Muscle-Building Secrets”, “Ultimate Fat-Burning Secrets,” as well as five instructional audio interviews with other experts.

“While other workout programs and diets require extended cardio workouts or eating significantly less, Old School New Body shows how people can safely and quickly obtain the results using an extremely targeted method of movement,” adds O'Connor.

Being over the age of 40 themselves, Steve and Becky take into careful consideration both the needs and limitations of the older demographic, and find a way to make a short workout turn your body into a healthier, stronger, and more youthful one.

O'Connor concludes the program is worth trying for anyone aged 40+ that wants to lose fat, and gain lean muscle.

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