Old School, New Body Review: Is a Fit and Toned Body After 40 Really Possible?

Voila_Capture 2015-03-07_02-06-57_PMSteven and Becky Holman are mission-driven to help you not just lose weight, but build a fit, strong and healthy body—even after 40.

According to the Holman’s, after 40 the aging process accelerates.  In fact, we can age 6 months more for every year that passes if we don’t know how to combat age-related decline.

The Holman’s state, Did you know that all of this is reversible at any age?  That there are specific ways to move, eat, and think that tell your brain to STOP this rapid aging process… and even SLOW IT DOWN to the point where you’re aging less than a year for every year?  That means you can look younger at 40 than you do at 35… or if you’re like Becky and I, younger at 50+ than we did at 40!”

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Steven was editor in Chief of Iron Man Magazine and had the eagle-eye advantage of learning powerful tools for maintaining fitness and health across the lifespan.  He and his wife have taught numerous individuals the Old School New Body framework.

According to the Holman’s, there are five critical points that need to be understood, to begin to develop a “new body”.

The first is, “Forget low fat diets.”  Well, this is good news. I’ve been trying to convince my female friends in the last couple years that good fats are good.

“Low fat” permeates almost every part of the grocery industry.  It’s this health-sucking lie, waiting around every corner.  Research is very clear that good fats should remain in our diets and can actually help us lose weight. Score 1 for the Holmans. So far, I’m good to go with their premises.

The second point is, “Stop running in circles”, indicating that simply putting yourself through cardio routine after cardio routine will not bring about the body you’re hoping for.

I am surrounded by runners and marathoners.  Don’t ask me how it happened.  I’m certainly not one of them.  All are a few years older than I, and they do look old.  AND, despite all those marathons they run, they still have little bellies.  To be honest, I’ve wondered about that.

Long exercise routines apparently result in excessive amounts of free radicals.  Those nasty free radicals seriously damage healthy cells.  Too many of them can reap havoc on your system, resulting in accelerated aging.

“Stop blaming everything on how old you are” is the third principle.  Some might say, “Well if I don’t do that, what will I have left to blame?”  The Holman’s are convinced that even someone at 90 can develop a healthy, toned body with the right kind of training, thinking and eating. That principle’s hard to imagine, but I’m still in. I want to learn more.

Point number four is, “Avoid Chronic Dehydration”.  The kidney and liver are great detoxification organs, and need H2O in order to get rid of the toxins we inhale, ingest and somehow absorb each and every day.  98% of the research I’ve read supports drinking pure clean water on a daily basis hydrating your skin, and helping you lose weight.

Finally, “Work out less”.  This is a theme I’ve been hearing more and more lately.  When I was younger, the permeating thought was the more you exercise, the healthier you were.  Newer research is supporting the work out less idea, and personally I’m relieved.  I no longer have an extra three hours, four or five times a week to bike or walk.  Now that I’m married with kids, some days it feels like I don’t even have five minutes.

Voila_Capture 2015-04-19_03-38-22_PMThe fitness program that the Holman’s propose makes you work “very, very hard” during the fitness segment.  They call it the FX System and it is based on four resistance-based exercises designed for men and for women, with slight variations for each gender.  In addition, they discuss an Ageless Nutrition Plan, as well as anti-aging secrets and protocols.

Phase I, “FX Lean” is focused on weight loss and toning your body.  A nutrition plan is affixed to Phase I, moving you to a lean state in a record amount of time with relatively short workouts.

Phase II, “FX Shape” is built to enhance your shape.  After you’ve lost what weight you want to lose in Lean, you’re able to add a bit more muscle on your frame.

Phase II, “FX Build” is for people who want to sport massive biceps, triceps and a full-out six pack.

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One of the significant limitations to this downloadable e-book is that there are no videos to guide you along.  Having accompanying videos is very helpful in ensuring the exercises are done correctly.

Secondly, the meal plan for the Lean phase is reportedly somewhat sparse, leaving you to figure a few things out for yourself, rather than having an array of meal choices to choose from.


Reviewers indicate this e-book is extremely user friendly and the process is simple and do-able for anyone with a modicum of motivation.  The phases are well laid out, specific and sensible. Exercising 90 minutes per week can actually be done with this program.

From a price point, you can’t go wrong. $27.00 is inexpensive.  Old School, New Body also has the full 100% satisfaction guarantee like all Clickbank products. If you decide this program is not for you, simply go through Clickbank to get your money back within 60 days.

The Holman’s state, The best bodies are forged from very short and SAFE workouts.  Workouts that are hard work, mind you, but work ANYONE can do at ANY age (we’ve proven it time and time again).”

Voila_Capture 2015-03-07_02-04-22_PMThe Final Word…

Age is inevitable.  Fat and flabby is not.  The Holman’s are passionate about you being able to find your fit at any age.

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