Here Are My Results With
The Aggressive Fat Loss Bible...
By: Dave Horton
Aggressive Fat Loss was tough, but very doable with some will power. I found that the evening in the middle of the fast was the hardest. Staying busy is a must. I got more of my honey do's done during that AFL month than any other. During the program I was in and still 'am in classic physique phase 2 with dips added in and Ab Torture. Hill sprints were on 2 of my none lift days, which brutal enough alone. Some of my lift days and or sprint days landed obviously on or in a 48hr fast. When you tell people what you are up to their jaws almost hit the floor and you can see the fear in there eyes of not eating for that 48 hr. period, let alone 6 times in a month. Seeing their reactions made me proud that I was taking on such tough program. They would then ask, "how do you have energy to do your workouts?" I would tell them, "believe it or not you just do, with good pure fat furnance burning energy".
Let me paint a picture, I am a very active guy my family and friends also. We are all handle bar gurus, snowmobile, dirtbike, mountain bike, and hiking. I am a true weekend warrior. Construction guy beer drinking American. Let's go back a bit, about 4 years ago when my first son was on his way daddy weight gain got me. I completed a "_90x" program and an "insane" program. It wasn't bad and I had good results. I went from the 285lb mark to the 260lb mark (not bad) looked good felt tight spunky and spry. Then we had another boy year and a half ago and my career got easier on the physical side, jumping from job site to job site sending emails. Not working physically hard like I used too. With second preganacy and first little dude the daddy weight was back. April of this year had my knee scoped. Pre operation I weighed in at 293 clothed (Almost 3 bills). That was it. During my recovery made diet changes (no sugar or beer), then started some work outs again, building knee and old shoulder injury back into work out mode.
Comfortable, I'm 6' tall, weighing in the 265's, 38" jeans very baggy, and feeling strong. August 3rd in the morning decided to start AFL because I was already fasted for 24hrs figured why not lets go for it. Weighed in at 268.3lbs and baggy 38" jeans..... 28 days later with AFL I smashed my old mid 260's mark. I weighed in at the end of AFL 252.3lbs and wearing baggy 36" jeans (on my way to 34" jeans). Throughout the program I was getting comments, all good, some skeptical (on approach). BUT,.... the proof is in the pudding. Numbers don't lie. 16lbs of fat gone. I'm sure there was some muscle loss but not much because all my lifts are still going up as my weight goes down. As of right now, Squats 5 reps 3 sets @ 325lbs, Deads 5 reps 2 sets @345lbs (I know your program says 1 set was enough I wanted more). Weighted chin ups 5 reps 3 sets with BW + 29Lbs. Doing 12 reps 3 sets on dips now. So strength is there. Abs have decided to show up to my party too, thanks to ab torture program.
Still have more work to do. But breaking into the low 250's was such a great reward. I have a new cup of motivation now, because I can be that jacked super hero (for me) and my boys. The wife isn't complaining either, well just a bit about something, i'm sure. My father is very proud of me too. He has been diagnosed with adult on set diabetes. He is fit guy 5'10" 180lbs, hard worker, always working on something. Completely pissed he has T2 diabetes. His worries was my weight and belly even though he wouldn't say anything. I can see the relief on his face that I have become almost obsessed with being a super hero for his grandsons.