Howdy everyone. I'm not new to BFL, but I am new to this forum. I went through 12 weeks of BFL in the past and successfully became pretty decently fit and fairly lean. Since then, however, I've started a new more sedentary job that requires me to sit at a desk all day long. Due to that, I've allowed myself to get out of the fitness and eating-right mode. I feel terrible, I've had to buy 2 or 3 new larger pant sizes, and I am not happy with the way I look. Worst of all, I just have no energy anymore when I used to have lots. My life is now much busier with a stay-at-home wife, 4 year-old, and 2 year-old. This go-around (if I truly can manage to get it kicked off...which is the hard part) will be much tougher to get through due to these reasons.
My main question right now: Has the BFL program of about 5 years ago changed in any way? Are the foods, exercise sets and reps, and "6 days on, 1 day off" all still the same? Has Phillips written a second edition or changed anything regarding the original program in the original book? From what I can tell so far, the whole thing is still the same. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I am about to give this a full GO and will probably kick off tomorrow, most likely.
Looking forward to talking with all of you!
The Body-for-LIFE Challenge itself is still the same, but you might want to give our EAS Product Advisors a call to get details on changes to our products. Our representatives are available Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 5pm, EST at 800-297-9776.
~Tiffany, the BFL Team
Thanks for the information. I'm assuming there is no charge for this phone call? It looks like it's a toll free number, but just checking. I need my $$$ for EAS products. :)
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