Bill Phillips BACK TO FIT 12-Week Trainer: Back To Training - Bodybuilding.com


The Back to Fit training program is efficient and effective. Train hard for 25 minutes, six days per week, and you’ll see your muscles grow and your fat melt!

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Over the years I’ve seen many, many training programs go in and out of style. Each of them offered an advantage, if it helped a sedentary person get up and move. Despite the popularity of some “flash in the pan” fitness fads, I have a recommendation that will never go out of style. It worked 50 years ago, it works today, and it will work 50 years from now. It’s called strength training. It worked for me as a young man, and it’s worked for me at 50 years old. I guarantee it will work for you.

Effective strength training is not complicated. It’s not easy, but it’s not complicated. It’s exactly what you need to transform from an achy, tired person into one that radiates health and vitality.

That’s why the Back to Fit program is based on basic exercises and a proven methodology that will make your muscles stronger, help you burn fat faster, improve your cardiovascular health, and increase your natural energy levels.

It’s important to remember that you won’t ever return to the body you had in your 20s. Even if you achieve astounding results, you’ll build a body that’s unique to your current age. No matter that age, you can increase your health, strength, and aesthetics—whether you’re in your 40s, 50s, or 60s. I want you to be as good as you can be right now.

BACK TO RESULTS
To reap these positive benefits, you only need to put in 25 minutes of intense effort six days per week. That’s it. You don’t need fancy machines or hours of time to get a good, effective workout. What matters is quality, not quantity or complexity.

Working for such a short amount of time, however, means that you’ll have to train with intensity. Muscles grow when they adapt to a new stimulus. In order to create that stimulus, you need to overload your muscles beyond their usual capacity. If you’re in the habit of working out in your comfort zone, you won’t create any new stimulus. So, for the next 12 weeks, you’ll need to dedicate yourself to working hard and pushing yourself past your usual intensity level.

Remember, though, that it’s impossible to make consistent, forward progress if you try to get all of your results in the gym. That’s just not how it works. Fitness is achieved through the combination of nutrition, exercise, and the right mindset. You need all three aspects working in unison to build a better you, so don’t forget to watch all the overview videos before you get started!



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