Review: Super Hero Fat Loss
You have probably noticed that I don’t talk about a lot of fitness products on the website. When I do, it is because I think people need to check said product out. Such is the case with Super Hero Fat Loss.
Yep, I am a little late to the party when it comes to talking about Super Hero Fat Loss, but better late than never, right?
Let’s break it down real quick. Last year John Romaniello and Matt McGorry released, The Super Hero Workout (SHW) (check out my interview with Roman where we discuss it HERE). The SHW contained some of the hardest and most enjoyable workouts that I have had in a long time. But, they got one request, “How about a version of the program that focuses on fat loss for the whole 12 weeks.” With Super Hero Fat Loss they answered that question.
The Training Program
The training programs are setup in a way that you can be flexible on the days that you train during the week. They just want you to make sure you get in 3 days of training no matter what. And to be honest, the aspect I love most about the programming in SHFL is that it is not just, “metabolic training,” or whatever you want to call it. You know what I am talking about, right? High rep, low rest, etc…
(This man is a Super Hero in, “Fast Five”)
You still get to life heavy and at least maintain, if not increase your current strength levels. You get to do your sets of 5 and the big lifts. With that being said they do have some hardcore, balls to the walls barbell complexes and metabolic circuits that are laid out for maximum efficiency and for those that like to train hard and sweat, you will be getting plenty of sleep after these training sessions.
The program is setup in 3 Phases that will span about 12 weeks and they mix up the training throughout the phases according to the focuses and goals for that specific phase. For example one phase you will focus more on strength and in another it will be maximum fat loss.
They forgot to include plans to the Mach 6 Iron man Suit… 🙁
The guys hit on Nutrition with the included, “The Super Hero Nutrition Guide.” Keep in mind that it is part of the, “Hyperdrive Pack.” They do a great job simplifying your nutrition setup to work with your training. This may sound like a small thing, but over complicating nutrition can cause some people to become overwhelmed or obsessed with every gram of protein that goes in their body. I won’t go into too much detail with the nutrition, but as you may know Roman is a fan of Intermittent Fasting, so if you have used that before you will be right at home. Also, cheat meals… Those are dope.
I highly recommend Super Hero Fat Loss for anyone that wants to change it up a bit, get in some amazing training sessions, and in the process lose some serious bodyfat. I have said it before, having someone else do all the stressing out about program design is a huge weight of one’s shoulders. Give Super Hero Fat Loss a look and see if it is right for you.
It comes in at $39.99, which is less than a week’s worth of coffee, at least for me, and you have a 100% money back guarantee.