Gut Busters

Gut Busters reviewGut Busters is a weight loss plan that is published within a popular book that became quite the trend for a period of time. The author behind the book is Joyce L. Vedral, PhD. Vedral is a bodybuilder from the United States who has gained a following across the country. She appears to have designed the book with adult males in mind. In particular, she has geared the book toward men who are struggling to lose their belly fat and who want to be able to replace a gut with a tighter, toned set of ab muscles.

Nearly the entire Gut Busters book was written to address that specific area of the body, although it does provide the occasional piece of advice with regards to boosting the healthfulness of a diet and altering the lifestyle as a whole in order to promote healthier results. According to Vedral, the system described in the book is a 12 week program that requires only fifteen minutes from each day in order to be able to obtain the best possible results.

Overall, the book is primarily designed to provide people with advice for reducing body fat in men. That said, it also offers a few menu plans and some additional recommendations with regards to the type of lifestyle change that can provide assistance in slimming down the midsection.

Among the advantages of the Gut Busters book are that it is targeted specifically to men in order to cater to their needs and the types of dieting efforts that work for them. The menu plan that it offers is not extensive but it can help to get men off on the right foot until they start to discover the way that they should be continuing on their own. There are some helpful exercises that target the midsection that are identified and described in this book. Of course, it cannot be overlooked that the author of this program is also a well known bodybuilder and, therefore, knows quite a bit about what it takes to burn fat and build muscle.

The exercises that are outlined in this book have been specifically chosen so that they do not require expensive equipment – or any additional equipment, for that matter – in order to accomplish them. This makes it much more likely that they will actually try them because they won’t have the excuse of not owning what they need in order to do them. Moreover, the book describes the exercises as easy to perform, and the book contains illustrations to help to ensure that they are being done correctly.

That said, the primary drawback to this book is that it does focus exclusively on the belly area and does not provide all that much information for the rest of the body’s health and toning.