“If it is for real” is the main question. All programs look great on paper and authors seem to never run out of bold claims.
Celebrity fitness, Hollywood fitness… sure, this inspires hope and evokes interest but then you are just left wondering if it is for real.
Hardly any real reviews.
The author seems to be legit. His blog exists since 2007 and is visited by millions of people. Hm, interesting.
Hundreds of comments are found there. Thousands overall. That’s encouraging.
Fitnessblackbook.com (the blog in question) talks about non-professional fitness for regular people. Most men don’t want to become bodybuilders; most women don’t want to become bulky, mess out with barbells and dumbbells, and look ripped with define muscles like female fitness models.
That’s true – most of us want to be lean and fit, but never want to look like fitness professionals.
Overall, it all looks like everyone approves of this program. But almost no one tells what it is all about.
One review online seems to be doing it correctly – it just straight out tells how this program works and how this task of getting fit but remaining feminine for women (surprisingly overlooked by the fitness industry in general) becomes at all possible.
This visual impact for women review is found here.