Feast.Fast.Fit. – Train Your Body to Torch Fat, Build Muscle, And Never Diet Again.

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Feast.Fast.Fit.

Train Your Body to Torch Fat, Build Muscle, and Never Diet Again

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Are you sick of speed-dating the latest diet fads with lackluster results? Feast.Fast.Fit. is a nutrition game changer – it’s almost like having the cheat codes to weight loss. The principles in this book will teach you how to manipulate your body to trigger fat loss and drastically improve your health, all while still enjoying your favorite foods. Yes, this utopia exists.

Feast.Fast.Fit.

In a refreshingly honest, informative guide, Fred Duncan breaks down complex science and puts real-world experience to the test to provide a unique book that will:

  • Debunk dietary myths that are keeping you fat
  • Introduce you to the power of Intermittent Fasting
  • Teach you how to easily control appetite, shed fat, and lower blood sugar
  • Provide a customizable nutrition plan for women and men
  • Give you the power to take your life back

By the end of Feast.Fast.Fit., you’ll be free from the shackles of traditional diets and transformed into an educated, muscle-building, age-defying, fat-burning machine. Let’s be honest, what do you have to lose?

4 Responses to “Feast.Fast.Fit. – Train Your Body to Torch Fat, Build Muscle, And Never Diet Again.”

  1. Jeanie Marie

    Hello Fred~I just ordered your book on amazon and read it over the weekend -thank you for this common sense approach to fitness and nutrition! I plan to start today and I cannot wait to see the results! I actually came upon your website because I listened to a Frank Zane podcast interview and wanted to know more about his nutrition advice and through google found your interview with him~ I then realized that I drive by your training studio all the time because I live in Clarence!! Small world !! So thank you!! Jeanie Marie

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    • Fred Duncan

      Hi Jeanie, Thank you for the kind words! If you have some general questions about the book feel free to email me. Frank was great to spend some time with. He’s on board with a common sense approach. Awesome to hear that you are local as well!

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  2. Mike Donofrio

    Hello Fred,
    I recently purchased your book on Amazon and I have started to implement the concepts. Regarding my background, I have recently turned 60, but I am in very good overall health and condition, especially for my age. However, I have noticed that my metabolism has slowed over the past decade and I need to drop about 15-16 lbs. of excess fat in order to be in great shape. I have trained with weights consistently since my late teen years.
    I feel that the calorie recommendations might be high for me on the training days. Currently I am 212 lbs. at 6’0″, and I had a recent DEXA scan that indicated my body fat to be 17.0%, with 36 lbs. of body fat. I would like to get my weight down around 190 (which I feel is the best weight for my frame), with no more than 20 lbs. of fat. Using your recommendations of 13-15 calories/lb. of bodyweight on Training Days, my calories would be 2750-3180.
    Would you recommend to modify the calories for my age and my overall weight & fat loss goals?
    Thanks for your help and your fine work with the book!

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    • Fred Duncan

      Mike, Thank you for purchasing my book! I hope the information there and on my site have been able to help you. Sadly, metabolism absolutely slows as we age. Because of this and other factors that differentiate us all (gender, fat mass, lean mass, genetics), I try to make sure people know these numbers are a little broad. If I’m being honest, the numbers I put in the book are a tad higher than I’d normally recommend. This is mainly because the audience of the book can be so diverse that I am trying to cover all my bases. A lot of college athletes adopted this plan and for them, they might even need a little more calories. So I tried my best to find that happy medium. As I mention in the book, your results will be our gauge here. You know your body better than anyone. Start with 12-13 on training days + the lower end of a low day and track progress for two weeks. If you maintain your weight then this is likely your baseline and you’ll know to drop it a little more. Please come back after you start and let me know how it’s going.

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