Body Rx Review
What You Should Know
Body Rx aims to teach dieters how to make their bodies strong, sculpted and lean. The book’s, author Dr. Scott Connelly, is a pioneer in the sports nutrition field and creator of the diet supplement MET-Rx. His approach to exercise and fat loss have made him famous in the fitness world. The Body Rx book brings his philosophy and healthy living tools to the everyday reader. Whether you want to look better in a bikini or just feel good about your body, the book promises that “Body Rx is your prescription.”
Body Rx is a program for nutrition and exercise developed by physician, personal trainer and sports nutrition specialist. The main focus of the book is the “6-Pack Prescription,”a program of four six-week cycles, each with its own eating plan and exercise program. The cycles are broken down into specific categories:
1) Get Strong, 2) Get Cut, 3) Lose Fat and 4) Maintenance.
The idea behind the Body Rx program is to take six months to “reprogram your body” to build muscle, leading to a higher resting metabolism. The exercise program found in Body Rx focuses on weight training, with exercises divided into four different weekly workout sessions. Because Dr. Connelly believes highly processed foods are a prime culprit in expanding waistlines, he also suggests eating plenty of healthy, natural foods. The Body Rx book includes charts to aid in meal planning and creating a personal exercise routine, as well as making it possible to track your process. The book is available on a number of websites, including Amazon.com, for about $10.00. There is also an official website for Body Rx which includes plenty of information on Dr. Connelly and the Body Rx program, as well testimonials and book reviews.
- Body Rx was written by a physician who is a respected expert in sports nutrition.
- There are a number of positive customer reviews online to support the program laid out in Body Rx.
- There is an official website for Body Rx where the consumer can find more information and an overview of the program before buying the book.
- Body Rx is a book that seeks to change your whole approach to eating and exercise, so it may not be the resource for those who are just seeking to lose a few extra pounds.
- On its own, Body Rx does not offer the kind of specific tools for fighting cravings and appetite suppression that can be found in a diet pill.
- There do not appear to be any specific weight loss claims made or customer satisfaction guarantee offered with this book.
Body Rx seems to be a comprehensive book which lays out a detailed program for nutrition and exercise. Reviews for the book online are largely positive and the author is a respected expert in his field. However, not everyone who is looking to lose a few pounds is necessarily looking for a total food and fitness makeover. The exercise program laid out in Body Rx is on the intense side, requiring workouts of one hour each, 4 times a week. If the reader is looking to really ramp up their fitness routine, Body Rx could be the book for them. Other consumers may find that a simple, effective diet pill or supplement may be all they need to reach their weight loss goals. There are a number of proven, well-researched diet aids on the market that would serve the needs of those consumers more effectively than the concentrated, time-consuming program laid out in Body Rx. Ultimately it is up to each consumer to decide for themselves how best to approach their weight loss goals.