Tuesday, November 20, 2007

6 Pack Abs, Made Easy

I just got back from a long weekend of travel. I spent the past 4 days in Florida, talking with a very interesting group of fitness professionals about the benefits of Eat Stop Eat.

I literally spent the entire weekend "talking shop". I never even had the opportunity to step outside into the warm Florida sun, not even for five minutes! And trust me, since I live in Canada, I was really looking forward to the feeling of the warm Florida sun rays beating down on my face!

However, the weekend was amazing (even though I'm completely lacking any form of a tan).

Several times during the conference I was asked, "Brad, I've heard about your book, and I wanted to ask you, in your opinion what is the number one benefit of Eat Stop Eat?"
Depending on who I was talking to (the audience ranged from personal trainers to PhD's) my answer varied from talking about the improvements in insulin sensitivity, to the flexibility of the program and how easy it is to follow.

It wasn't until I was back in my hotel room, getting ready for bed after a long day of lectures and seminars that I realized, for me, the number one benefit of Eat Stop Eat is the way it makes me look.

I know this sounds conceited and maybe even a little vain, but its true. I like my abs.

I have been practicing the Eat Stop Eat method of flexible fasting combined with resistance training for over a year now, and for over a year, I have never been more than 5 pounds off of my goal weight.

There is a certain freedom to knowing that you have found a program that works well, fits easily into your lifestyle and is completely uncomplicated.

And, come to think of it, this is the main reason that I wrote Eat Stop Eat - because I wanted to share this feeling with you.

So, if you haven't had the chance to check out Eat Stop Eat, please take a look at the following website ==> http://www.eatstopeat.com/.

It could very well be the program that you've been looking for.The one that can give you the freedom to feel great about the way you look, without complicating the way you eat.


PS- Just so you know I practice what I preach, I made sure to do a flexibel 24 hour fast on my travel days, so I could avoid the tempting call of my airport Nemesis - The smell of Cinnabon.

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Theo said...

Argh!! Cinabon! the pain! the horror!

I totally agree with you on how great those fasts are for travelling: whenever I know i'll be in the car/plane for long I always try end up with my fast day on it, avoids the whole "I need a snack whats the healthiest thing here" scenario when infront of an icecream/cinabon stand.

Loved reading your book and this blog its a great addition to it ^^ keep up the good work ^^

Brad Pilon said...

Hi Theo,

Someone once told me that if you are trying to sell your house you should bake cookies right before your open house..something about the smell helping..people get in a buying mood.

I'm positive the smell of Cinnabon could sell ANY house, to ANY one.

(My plan is to put my house up for sale, invite Donald Trump to the open house, then start baking cinnabon...guaranteed million dollar sale!)

Thanks for the kind words,


JS said...

Hi Brad...
Read your ebook and want to incorporate fasting into my plans. Was curious, though ... You talk about flexibility on the non-fasting days, but what kind of diet do you follow when you're not fasting? It sounds from your interview with Craig that you're pretty disciplined. Just curious...

Also, do you find you're able to not only maintain but build muscle while you're on a fasting program?