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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

allen scott No Hoax

Alan Scott

Strong Again

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sebastian1 298x300 Strong Again

Aiming for roughly this condition again. Not so lean that I have no energy for a hard days work.

I spend a lot of time encouraging people to get through that first couple of weeks back at the gym. I do this because I know what a mental barrier it is, getting your mind and body connected to the feeling that you’re changing into a better version of your self.

I got a first hand dose of the value in pressing on through the hard part this past couple of weeks. The muscle fibers are starting to kick in and my strength has doubled over last week already. Clothes are starting to fill out a little more in the right places, as my scale weight shifts. The two week push changes from a struggle to stay motivated and eventually winds up with your body really craving results. It’s no longer fighting you, but working with you.

Of course, I’m training with Naturally Massive, but I got word that a couple of new people on The Fat Burn Truth have gone through their first couple of weeks and they have noticed some big changes at the end of week two as well.  I love hearing about this stuff, so feel free to keep posting updates on your own transformations. Another guy out west told me he lost 50 pounds in under three months.

After all the great training updates, I got to sit down with the script revisions and dig into some details on the movie ‘TUFF’. I guess all the progress has a cross over effect. The transformation of a character takes time but the process continues, both in the gym and around the film.

It’s funny how time changes your outlook on shaping the body. There was a time, in my teenage years, when seeing a powerful physique lit up dreams in my mind. I saw more than muscle in magazines. I saw the superhuman ability to take charge of my life in every muscled pose. As my muscles grew I felt my ability to conquer the world growing along with them.

There is no denying that standing on stage, in front of flashing cameras and waving trophies over head felt great. It was easy to believe that the magic really is in the muscles. Of course life has a way of kicking you in the teeth sometimes and that’s when you discover that all the muscle in the world won’t make you strong enough to avoid feeling weak and defeated. (Pretty chipper of me, I know.)

The great thing is that you can find yourself much stronger when you rise from a set back and realize that it takes more than muscle to have a real impact. Your actions and the heart behind them are what give substance to the character you build, physical or otherwise.

Good to have you training with me.

- Sebastian

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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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