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This manual will reveal to you all the secrets of permanent fat loss. It is written by a man who has discovered these secrets the hard way - through long years of trial and error. Using the information in this manual will allow you master the art and science of losing body fat by a shorter and less costly route; by “modeling” those who have gone before you and learning fro...more
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In the entire history of the world, the best weight control and fitness advice ever given is Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle by Tom Venuto. It's a $40 ebook available from Tom's program is also out in regular bookstores under the title--The Body Fat Solution: Five Principles for Burning Fat, Building Lean Muscles, Ending Emotional Eating, and Maintaining Your Perfect Weight.
I read this books four years ago while training for my 55th birthday (yes, I TRAIN for borthdays!) I had
I feel I owe this book a review. It is that good.
I have tried numerous programs. All the new fad DVD fitness programs, classical fitness books and everything in between. Some have been good, some have been disasters. But one thing that they all lacked was this: Simple to understand principles that I, a fat and unfit beginner, could use.
My problem was that I was unfit. I wanted to lose fat and maybe become a little stronger. My issue with these new DVD programs was they weren't for me: They wer
Feb 12, 2011Manal Saad rated it it was amazing
This book is one of the very interesting books I read about losing body fat. It's a manual that maps out the road to those who want to lose 'body fat' and not body weight, cause there's a huge difference between these two.
It stresses the importance of weight training to build up body lean mass in order to burn fat. It provides essential concepts to those who want to have a healthy body and mind. It talks about the importance of setting goals, exercising, nutrition, and how to overcome plateaus.
I'm using the methods and seeing results. I highly recomend it.
This is by far one of the best books I've read in a long while about losing weight, getting fit, and becoming healthy in a way that many, if not most, readers should find doable. I gave it four stars instead of five since I'm not the target audience, and I don't get particularly inspired by body builders and fitness models, whether 'natural,' i.e. no steroids, or not. But the author makes a good point: what community knows the most about how to sculpt your body into the best it can be? You guess...more
Oct 02, 2010Farhana Faruq rated it it was amazing
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Definitely one of the BEST fitness books I've read. It's motivational, covers more than just weight-loss, exercise, and nutrition.
For people who are interested in long-term success. Everything is flexible and not a one-plan fits all kind of thing.
Some of my favorite info was how to keep track of your progress - and more importantly what to do when it's not going where you want it to go, as well as the recommend reading.
It's straight - no bull shit.. what more can you ask for.
Sep 23, 2015Shanti rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Well, I sure did learn a lot about nutrition, understanding body types, mental training and breaking plateaus and so much more. This book is full of useful information that a person could start using right away. Such as the goal setting and eating the 12 recommended foods and avoiding the 12 worst foods. There's a lot of info about measuring body fat and other physical stuff, counting calories and weighing food. The chapter about the weight training program has good info about how to determine h...more
Apr 23, 2016Katie rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
While there isn't anything revolutionary or even all that ground-breaking here, the layout and the delivery of the content in one place makes it a go-to manual for all things fitness. It's a diet/lifestyle/weight-loss book on its face, but if you dig deeper, it's more than that. It is a book about the science and psychology of getting lean - lots of muscle with little fat - which is really what most people reading this kind of book want.
The four parts are rarely included in one volume, but witho
Nov 06, 2015Safaa rated it really liked it
Before reading this book, I thought if I stop eating , that will make me lose weight, which is true, but I never thought what was exactly the weight I lost! I never knew that doing this was making me lose my muscles, or my lean body mass, not the fat!
It took me a long time to finish this book, but it changed my way of thinking about diets and eating habits. I'm trying to apply it in my daily life as much as I could.
It's absolutely recommended.
Jan 24, 2014Miriam Downey rated it really liked it
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I read the new hardbound version of the book.
Well, first of all, I am 70 years old, and I am more into Tai Chi than I am into body building, but I have a few comments about Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle. I am a lifelong dieter, and I know diet gibberish when I see it. This book is not gibberish. It is solid advice for anyone, but particularly for people who are looking at their bodies realistically, and thinking, 'What do I have
Feb 15, 2014Justin Tapp rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle: Transform Your Body Forever Using the Secrets of the Leanest People in the World is the condensed bible of fitness. Concise information on nutrition, muscle formation, a mental motivation chapter, and a weight-lifting program anyone can start. In short, this is the only book you really need if you want to get in shape.
Venuto is a world champion bodybuilder. He has learned from the best by their experiences and earned a degree in exercise science. While he calls it
Mar 04, 2016Heather in FL rated it really liked it
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Around the first of the year, Audible had a 2-for-1 sale on 'resolution' books. This is one I picked up in that sale. I wasn't sure what I would think of it -- I'm not after a bodybuilder body -- but it was made clear in the beginning that bodybuilding isn't what this book is about. The concepts are used by bodybuilders, but they can be used for anyone trying to trim down. I liked that it focused on more than just nutrition and exercise... there's a mental component that makes sense to address....more
Sep 23, 2016Cindy Heaton rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
One of the best books on how to train, eat, lose fat and get fit that I've ever read. This book has been so motivational for me. Tom has gotten me to track my results and even my calories (something I used to hate doing, but it does keep you on track). His chapters on the mental aspect of training have been helpful to achieving my goals. I have not done his workout plan (I was already using another plan for strength training and kept with it).
I have lost 34lbs in 7 months. Not super quick, but
Jun 01, 2014Ahmed rated it it was amazing
'The key is moderation' This book is designed for every person on this planet either male or female, beginner or professional, lazy or active, close-minded or open-minded. I felt that this book is written specifically for me. Thanks to my mentor who recommended me this precious book.
I love this book not only because it is a fitness book or because it is just inspirational , but also because it is physiological, psychological, scientific, literary, philosophical, chemical....etc. It has all the
I have been reminded, once again, not to judge a book by its cover.
When my bestie recommended this to me I was pretty skeptical. This ab-tastic dude on the cover didn't seem relevant to me. 'I don't want to be ripped', I thought. 'I just want to lose 25 pounds, not lose all of my softness. This looks painful.'
After encouragement from the bestie, however, I gave it a chance, and I'm glad I did. It really is for everyone 18+ and not requiring medical supervision (and even if you do worth seeing w
Jun 10, 2017Colby rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
More good info than I ever expected
I have been looking for a book that included nutrition as well as exercise suggestions. I had no idea this book would entail as much as it did as far as the breakdown between carbs, proteins, and fats. This book breaks down nutrition guidelines and meal ideas better than anything I've ever read before. It also includes a nice section on lifting with examples included as well as pictures. It's exactly what I was looking for, and I look forward to seeing what pro
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Dec 08, 2013Christine rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I found this book to be a good guide on how to improve my fitness level, and make positive changes in my life. It was a quick read, and had lots of practical advice.
One of the things that I really liked about this book was the section on mental training. It is very important to set goals, and get motivated to work out. Most books on fitness do not have a lot of information on how to mentally prepare yourself to make the change and stick with it. The section on nutrition was also very informative
This is long (over 300 PDF pages), but I think worth every minute you have to spend to get through it. There are major points to take from it that could have just been summarized for a much shorter read; however, Tom Venuto's explanations for his advice are definitely worth reading and understanding so you'll know why he suggests what he does. I love that he does not necessarily prescribe a one-size-fits-all program, although there are parts of the program that do apply to most. This book covers...more
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Though recommended to me as a diet book, this also covers psychology and weight lifting. The book is very holistic, and a very good guide for a beginner to begin to understand dieting and lifting, providing a lot of evidence as to why it should be done. It also had a very solid solution to the problem that most dieters have—pleateaus. Most of his information, other than a few of the juicy diet tidbits, was “standard,” meaning it was the same bodybuilding stuff you always hear about. But that doe...more
Aug 08, 2014Lisa rated it really liked it · review of another edition
I just finished reading Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle by Tom Venutto. It changed a couple of misconceptions I had about losing weight and weight training. I thought doing a ton of cardio was going to help me lose fat, but actually it's the weight training that kicks the metabolism into high gear while feeding the muscles keeps you from losing that important muscle mass.
He also teaches you how to determine your full on body composition, % of body fat to % of lean muscle, because the number on the

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This book is a must read for all people out their who want to burn fat and look fitter and better in general. It is built on four main concepts that help you tackle your journey to reach your goal; the mind, nutrition, cardio and resistance. Tom stresses that all four are a crucial part of the program and missing one concept can lead to giving up. They call this the nutrition bible and yes it is, Tom has elaborated on this subject so much that you should know how to schedule your food intake and...more
There were some points that were particularly commendable about this book. First of all, even though Venuto claims that the chapter on goal setting is the most important, he does not go into the sick self-help positive thinking lie. On the contrary, even though he swears by having written goals, he tells the reader plain and simple that no amount of affirmations can ever substitute for hard work.
The other great things was the clear division among different body builds and destroying some illusio
Aug 13, 2014Nicole rated it really liked it · review of another edition
As far as fitness books go this one is pretty good. A lot of obvious information but some not so obvious stuff too. A great plan that pretty much everyone should follow, little to no processed foods, lots of protein and veggies, fruits moderately, and whole grain carbs. Also includes a very succinct weight lifting program, and focuses heavily on goal setting and accountibility. I'm practicing his princples but I haven't officially started the program. Definitely a changing your way of life type...more
Aug 27, 2015Alison rated it it was amazing · review of another edition
Although a bit long-winded, I found this an interesting and thought-provoking read in terms of how we abuse our bodies by eating the wrong foods. Yes, we all know eat less, move more, but Tom explains how to get the right fuel in to make the difference. He explains how to work out your own needs based on your own body and lifestyle, rather than a one size fits all approach. He even shows you how to break down your food requirements into your personal daily allowance in grams of Fats, Carbs and P...more
Aug 03, 2009Paul rated it it was amazing
This is an e-book, but it is probably the best personal fitness book that I have read and I have read several. It covers motivation, goal setting, body types, nutrition, cardio and resistance training in a very understandable style.
Excellent book with real honest facts and information about getting the body like a bodybuilder or fitness model. This book is for those that really want that type of body and are willing to go what it takes to get it, like; counting calories & macros and eating healthy and training hard.
This book is just a monster. Loved it, and I'm DAMN hard to please. Tom covers all the bases thoroughly in a no-BS approach backed by an abundance of science and experience.

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Dec 18, 2018Ashley Nordbeck rated it it was amazing
Powerful, simple, easy to implement, and effective. This book changed the health of our family. It contains all the information you need to know about Nutrition and exercise. I dropped 10 pounds of fat that I'd been unable to shed for over 10 years. In my 40s now, I'm in better shape than I was for most of my 30s. My husband not only dropped weight, but he was able to get off high blood pressure medication.
We THOUGHT we knew how to eat right and be healthy. It's hard to explain how much misinfor
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