I’ve been a huge fan of rusty moore’s blog for a few years now and decided to buy his program to see if it was as good as everyone said it was.
Rusty Moore has been involved in the fitness industry for serveral years and his website “The Fitness Blackbook” has been around since 2007.
Rusty has created workout programs for both men and women with the approach to get the “Lean Holloywood look” that most people are after.
The main focus of Visual Impact cardio is to help you burn more fat doing high intensity interval cardio on treadmills, bikes and elliptical machines and any other type of cardio you can think of.
Rusty puts them all together in a way that helps you burn more body fat than steady state cardio that will help you get that totally lean look that a lot of celebrities get for movie roles.
It’s a very desirable look to get and rusty really explains step by step how to get it.
You don’t need to quit doing your current workout but if you want to get supper lean, then you might want to consider adding this into your workout.
If you read any of my articles, I have talked about how ineffective traditional cardio is compared to HIIT cardio. A learned more about cardio from reading this book than I did from other books.
If you are struggling to lose weight doing long boring cardio sessions then it’s time to you need to combine high intensity intervals for faster and better results.
I’m going to give you a quick overview of some things you might find very interesting about the program because it could highlight where you’re going wrong. I know I would have had the body of my dreams years ago if I had of learned most of these things.
1 – Focusing On A Weekly Calorie Deficit
This is genius, there is no other way to describe it. When you aim for a certain amount of calories every day you’ll always end up lethargic after a few days because your body is always desperate for more calories. By cycling calories, which means switching up high and low calorie days, it will allow you to breeze through the low calorie days knowing you’ll only need to wait another day to satisfy yourself. It will also stop you from becoming too weak to exercise and you’ll never feel horrid.
2 – You Don’t Need To Spend Hours On The Machines
I don’t actually want to count the number of hours I spent on cardio machines moving at a terribly low speed. When someone says you will burn more fat in the ‘fat burning’ zone you tend to believe them because it sounds scientific, but Visual Impact Cardio shows you it’s also possible to burn a lot of fat while performing HIIT. High Intensity Interval Training won’t take half as long and when combined with steady state cardio you’ll see even better results.
3 – Insulin Plays A Huge Part In Fat Loss
At the risk of sounding unintelligent, I thought insulin was something diabetics had to deal with. I didn’t have a clue it was actually something that could hold the average person back when on a fat burning mission. Rusty points out that even if you have a small amount of insulin in your system it’s going to have a negative impact on your session and you’ll discover how to exercise at the rights times to achieve the best results.
It’s By No Means Perfect
I hate reading reviews about products where they try to tell you it’s flawless. Visual Impact Cardio has flaws just like every other program in existence and I feel I should speak about some of the biggest ones I’ve found.
It’s A Little Scientific
Do you remember when I spoke about insulin a while ago? Sometimes the book does touch on things that are a little scientific, which can be a pain if you’re like me. I suppose it can also be a good thing if you understand everything without needing to read it twice. When someone starts talking about periodization cycles and asking me to work out formulas I know it’s not going to be a quick read, but who cares if you end up following a routine that works, right?
You Need To Join A Gym
If you don’t have any cardio machines at home you will need to join a gym. I can definitely understand why Rusty wants you to follow the program on machines, there is no way in the world you would be able to measure everything properly jogging around the park or cycling along the road. It still doesn’t take away the fact you’ll need to get hold of some equipment if you want maximum results from the program.
Visual Impact Table of Contents
Introduction: Losing Body Fat as a “Skill”
Chapter 1: Calories Burned After Exercise Don’t Amount to Much
Chapter 2: Focus on Calories Burned During the Workout
Chapter 3: Calories Burned: Intervals Vs Steady State
Chapter 4: A 1 Page Interval Training Summary
Chapter 5: How Interval Training Actually Works
Chapter 6: Calorie Deficit, Calories Burned, & Fat Loss
Chapter 7: Burning Stubborn Body Fat
Chapter 8: Calories, Food, and Workout Timing
Chapter 9: Improving Popular Fat Loss Programs
Chapter 10: Separating Fat Loss & Resistance Training
Chapter 11: Visual Impact Cardio Preparation
Chapter 12: The Beginner’s Cycle
Chapter 13: The Intermediate Cycle
Chapter 14: The Advanced Cycle
Chapter 15: The Maintenance Plan
Chapter 16: Final Thoughts
Do You Want Results Or Not?
I know you’ll experience similar results to me if you follow the program. Follow along if you finally want to feel proud when you look in the mirror. Someone once told me there are many ways to lose weight, but all I know is that this program works so don’t complicate things.