Posted by on October 5, 2009

Fat Burning Furnace Review The Fat Burning FurnAce,  by Rob Poulos is a 158 page guide on how to lose fat and gain lean muscle in order to look better and also raise your RMR (resting metabolic rate). That is the ‘furnace’ part, the author talks about how you can raise your RMR so that your body burns hundreds more calories each day, effectively putting you on a diet by that many calories each day without you changing your eating habits. It is a well written and detailed guide, although slow to start with lots of introduction as to why he believes his methods work so well etc, the ‘meat’ of the system doesn’t start until around page 24, then the information on exercise carries on until page 104, with 105+ concentrating on nutrition. What is the Fat Burning Furnace?

Is built of two components; 1. The Workout 2. The Diet The Workout This is the speciality of the program. I have hardly seen anybody use or recommend workout routines like the ones provided in the Fat Burning Furnace. The exercises that Rob has included are great. In my terms, they are compound exercises that help burn more fat than single join exercises like curls and calf raises etc… That is just part of what makes this workout so great. The specialty of this workout routine is that unlike other training programs that ask you to perform 3-4 sets of each exercise, Rob only asks to perform one set. That’s it! But there is more to that one set than one could manage in 3-4 sets. It is the rep speed. You have to perform each exercise at a specified tempo. For example; 3 seconds to lower the weight and 4 seconds to lift the weight. I believe you’ve got the picture of what I am trying to explain here. The workouts are super short but very intense and definitely provide the results you expect in a very short time. The Diet This is where Rob Poulos managed to lose a little bit of the power from his guide. When it comes to fat loss, the workout only plays a 20% role whereas the diet and nutrition are the godfathers, thus playing an 80% role. Rob does mention about the importance of diet and nutrition, and also gives a good detailed explanation on the types of food you should and shouldn’t eat for fat loss, but he still failed to include certain information like importance of certain kinds of milk and certain fatty acids that can actually boost your fat loss. Results: Within the first 2 to 4 weeks, you will lose between 5 and 10 pounds of fat. The results are amazing for that short duration of time. Those that use the formula can attest to the fact that it is absolutely workable. If you are unsure about it, you can take advantage of the 60 day money back guarantee, and if you don´t like it, all you have to is as ask for a refund in

Just keep the purchase receipt.

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  1. annette
    December 2, 2009

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    could you please send me information to order if I do not have a credit card.
    I am a single mom, and I do not carry a credit card on me. I hope you have another way for people to order this product. I really truely beleave it works.

  2. josh
    January 29, 2010

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    I was so happy to find this amazing work-out plan. I myself am not over weight you could say Iam even under the average weight class for my size. I mainly picked up on it for a dear freind 17 years of age and more than 230 pounds. He has been dedicated to finding his fix but as you all would know its not easy getting started So THANK YOU for helping Canada the US OFA and around the world getting back on trackGOd bless all that each and every member has and keeps on doing keep up the Great WORK in all of owr lives and as I said may GOD be there allways for you as you are their for others.
    PS: I was woundering if the plan workout plan i mean could help me gain musel an put on some heathy FAT well Iam at it THANKS again

  3. Baeta
    January 30, 2010

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    could you please send me information to order if I do not have a credit card.

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