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No Hoax

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It seems you never avoid skeptics, especially those who want to be critical because of their own failure or lack of desire to try. I say this because every now and then I get emails from people like this, who have happened across Naturally Massive or The Fat Burn Truth. Without knowing anyone on the program and without trying it themselves these people will take their time to explain to me how these programs can’t possibly work. I get accused of using steroids by some and paradoxically told by some of the same people that I am too small anyway. I share this not to complain, but to relate that the world has its share of people who genuinely believe that mediocre results are all that the average person is permitted to expect. The moment someone begins to share ways to pull ahead, a few people will always become critical rather than try. 

On the other hand, some people do believe in the idea that more is possible and they apply themselves to the task of seeing if grand claims have any substance.  I had the priveledge of recieving word from a Naturally Massive user, named Alan. This guy has a crazy work schedule and has had to work some hard hours to get his workouts in, but he recently shared his first 6 weeks results with me in an email. (That’s right. Just 6 weeks.) 

Alan had started out weighing 188 lbs in October of 2008. Fast forward to early December of 2008 and Alan weighed an even leaner 196 lbs. I am informed that he started with the Primer Phase of  Naturally Massive and so wound up doing three Primer Phase and two Growth Phase training periods. (You’ll see what that means in the pages of Naturally Massive, but the total time amounted to 6 weeks.) 

Now I know that some people will still not believe this. I mean, Alan’s results are dramatic for such a short period, but the fact is that this is how the program is supposed to work. However, most people out there recognize that bad being natural doesn’t mean you have to get inferrior results in fat loss and muscle development. I think Alan’s results speak to this concept and he was kind enough to let me share his initial six week results with you. Here is a before and after photo below of Alan’s 6 week results: 

PS – Alan does post to the comment section of these blogs, so if you have a comment for him, feel free to post something for him in the blog comment area at the bottom of this post. In the mean time, if you want to test my theories for free, just check out this video series HERE.

 Best – Sebastian MacLean

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TUFF And Getting Buff

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Becoming TUFF Is About More Than Just Muscle

So here I am, seven years after the making of the internationally aired film Facing Goliath. Until I had made that movie, I knew I could get myself to transform, but it wasn’t until after that film that I really felt I could share with anyone a method that would allow them to do it in a really big way, if they were dedicated enough. It wasn’t long after that that Naturally Massive and The Fat Burn Truth became the methods a lot of people were using to burn fat and/or build muscle.

I showed a lot of people how to make their transformations happen and that was gratifying, but in the process of running a weight loss company, producing a TV series on fitness, teaching people around the globe how to build natural muscle, and raising a family with my wife, I realized that other things matter more to me than a great looking physique.

Wait a minute now. Before I freak you out, I’m not saying we shouldn’t all get in shape. What I mean is that I came to feel that you can only transform yourself so much physically and then, to go further, you need to figure out how all that physicality and strongly conditioned muscle can have an impact beyond the physical frame.

I mean I got into all this because muscle, for me, symbolized becoming a hero and having an impact on the wold around me. Sure I was only seven when I first came up with that theory (largely based on the size of my dad’s arms and an early interest in Superman), but the truth is I still see that people respond to the symbol represented in strong looking physical characters. I also get that people want to find out what extrodinary things they might be capable of if they were ever called upon to be more than ordinary. If you’re like me then the question becomes, how do you make your transformation more than just a personal physical goal and make it something that impacts the world around you?

It’s taken me a few years, but I found my reason to build an action hero and tell a story that I feel is worth telling. It happened when I came across some real life news stories of modern day families in Germany seeing their children taken away from them because of obscure Nazi era laws that were never taken off the law books after World War II. Apparently in the late 1930′s parents there were restricted from making decisions about their kids involvement with The Hitler Youth movement. Hitler wanted total control of German education to keep parents from teaching anything to the contrary. Fast forward to 2007 and that law has been used to explain police raids on family homes that result in kids being taken away from parents and parents jailed when they opt to do some or all of their kids education from home. This is being explained as necessary to maintain a uniformed education system for German children, but the line between personal freedom and government control seems to be getting blury.

The movie TUFF got its start here, because I wondered what a father with some fight in him might do, if he and his wife were being forced to give up their kids over a policy like this. The German families I had read about were gentle people who didn’t have the ability to fight back, but what if someone strong enough to do something about  it confronted the situation? Now a film and a character based on that concept is what I am building. That is why I am training to be TUFF and I invite you to train to be your own version of Tuff with me.

You see, for me, I see this as a way to build a symbol of what we all want to really be strong for. Just like the character TUFF, being strong or fit, is something we do because we want the people we care about (friends or family) to look to us for strength. We want them to feel that we are as strong on the inside as we appear to be on the outside. For me that’s what this physical transformation and filmmaking journey is all about.

I hope to find you on board with me on it.

All The Best,

Sebastian MacLean

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Sebastian MacLean is a Canadian based actor/producer. In addition to acting in a variety of diverse film roles, he has produced an internationally televised documentary film Facing Goliath and a health related TV series Body Quest. He is currently working on developing action drama projects for both TV and film.

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