Combat The Fat Review

June 7th, 2008 by Paul Johnson

Combat the Fat is a fat loss program developed by Jeff Anderson (A.K.A The “Muscle Nerd”) at Combatthefat.com . The premise of his program is that he is an Ex-Soldier and "Master Fitness Trainer", who had access to classified research studies on fat loss. These studies helped the military help people of all ages and fitness levels get into shape the fastest way possible. Jeff Anderson says he isn't allowed to give all that information out, but he is allowed to develop his own program on those principles he learned in the military. Jeff has a photo that looks like him in the military, so it sounds plausible.

Jeff Anderson claims to be a natural genetic skinny hardgainer when he was young. At the age of 40, he started to gain weight and with a busy schedule, he never did anything about it. At the age of 40, he went from flabby to a pretty good physique in 12 weeks.

Jeff Anderson before & After pictures

These are his before and after pictures he took, after supposedly 12 weeks of his program.

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Combat The Fat Program Overview

Combat the fat e-book

The Combat the Fat book is over 160 pages. It's longer than most books and it is an extremely easy read. Jeff Anderson has a unique style that makes it easy for someone to comprehend. The program covers 8 CFT factors to help you learn how to lose fat. Jeff Anderson includes many facts and information, I have not heard anywhere else, but he he backs it up with supporting science.

His workout routine is unfortunately all centered around body weight excercises. Those OK for a beginner, but once you lose your fat you are going to want to build up a solid muscle base to look better. This can only be done with gradual increases in heavy weight to prevent muscle building plateaus. You can't increase weights with bodyweight excercises, so they only build a small amount of muscle.

Jeff's diet is different from other programs I've come across because he doesn't believe in counting calories or following a strict diet regimen. He even believes eating more calories can help you you burn more fat! He does have some merit to that, it's called calorie cycling in some other bodybuilding programs. Eating a lot of calories once in a while, helps your body from thinking it's "starving" and holding onto fat. Unfortunately, it only works if you do it once in a while and not all the time or you won't lose fat.

Conclusion

Combat The Fat is a unique program for a good price of $39 currently. If you want something that is simple to understand, good price for a lot of stuff, let's you workout at home without weights, doesn't require calorie counting, and you don't want to be a bodybuilder, then this program could be for you. The lack of heavy lifting excercises and a sound calorie counting plan, makes this program not ideal for people who want to become more serious in their muscle building or fat loss efforts, so I don't recommend this program to bodybuilders. This is more for the average joe (or jane) who just wants to drop fat in a quick effective way. If you want to build muscle then I recommend Jeff Anderson's other program OptimumAnabolics.com. Combat the Fat has a 8 week guarantee backed by Clickbank.com, so there is no risk to buying it.

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  1. Ronnie on April 27th, 2009

    Although I didn’t buy Combat the Fat, I bought Jeff’s other e-book OptimumAnabolics and can tell you he is a good author and his programs work. They contain solid information, pretty unique from others, and his program is cheap compared to other programs out there.