Warp Speed Fat Loss is a diet and fitness program by notable trainer Alwyn Cosgrove and nutritionist Mike Roussell.
In this review of Warp Speed Fat Loss, I’ll describe who these 2 gentlemen are and what this program is all about. In particular, I’ll touch upon whether or not this program lives up to its promises.
The Creators of Warp Speed Fat Loss
Warp Speed Fat Loss was created by Alwyn Cosgrove and Mike Roussell. Let’s see who these 2 are and whether or not they know they’re stuff when it comes to diet and fitness.
Alwyn Cosgrove has been a renowned trainer and author for many years now. In fact, his work has been featured in numerous publications, magazines, and books which deal with health, fitness, weight loss, and muscle development.
Alwyn Cosgrove also serves as a personal trainer and owns a gym in which he trains people to improve their health and fitness levels. Alwyn Cosgrove is the fitness expert of the team.
Mike Roussell is the nutrition expert of this program. A long time nutritionist, featured writer, and expert lecturer, Mike Roussell has worked with a wide range of people to improve their nutrition and help them lose weight.
The point I’m making is that these 2 people know what they’re talking about when it comes to helping people burn fat, reduce inches, and improve their fitness levels.
But does this program delivers on its promise? Read on to find out…
How Does Warp Speed Fat Loss Work?
Warp Speed Fat Loss Works by combining the 2 elements of a long lasting and sustainable weight loss into a complete process which you can follow easily and in a time efficient way.
By combining their 2 fields of expertise, Alwyn Cosgrove’s in depth fitness knowledge and Mike Roussell’s comprehensive nutrition background, the Warp speed Fat Loss Plan allows you to bring your weight loss to the max.
However, this program isn’t all roses and sunshine. It has both pros and cons and one thing I dislike about it…
Warp Speed Fat Loss – Pros and Cons
This plan has both pros and cons. There’s also something I dislike about how it’s presented but first, let’s see the pros and cons:
- Provides a complete program of diet and fitness
- Doesn’t deprive you of too much calories or a specific food group
- Is presented in an easy to follow, step-by-step manner
- Provides results for many people
- Has a money back guarantee
- Comes (for the most parts) in the form of ebooks, so it’ll require you to do some reading on your own
- Requires you to follow a detailed plan, so it does require you to commit to obey the instructions in the program
- Requires you to do intensive workouts which at first may be difficult to complete
But there’s one more thing which I don’t like about this program and that is the promise which it makes.
This program states that you can lose 21 pounds of fat in 28 days. However, this is a huge promise which may not come true for most people. Sure, you can lose weight with this program, but 21 pounds in 28 days is way too much to promise. I think they should have made a smaller promise.
So, what I’m saying is that you may not lose 21 pounds in 28 days. But, if you even lose 10 pounds in that time frame you should be happy.
Sorry about the rant, I just had to let it out.
I believe that the most important thing about this program is that it does most of the thinking for you, presents you with a detailed plan to follow and so eliminates most of the questions which come with other weight loss plans.
Combine that with the knowledge Alwyn Cosgrove and Mike Roussell provide and you have a recipe for long term weight loss and increased fitness.