After much debate, Chad and I have decided to re-open our 6 Weeks to Shredded program. It’s not that we had any concern over whether or not our methodology worked because it did. In fact, when we first devised the program I remarked to Chad that the science is too good to fail. Obviously, getting shredded is an art that encompasses far more than just nerd speak and understanding how to ramp up fat loss on overdrive but you catch my drift.
We engaged in weeks of endless debates because we weren’t sure the general public could handle the tweaks we made to the program. You see 6 Weeks to Shredded 1.0 was a real bastard.
Save me the feel good stories about fat loss being this slow gradual process. Getting shredded is a whole other animal and doing it with pace requires a whole lot of dedication, sacrifice, and suffering. If you were weak or weren’t all in, version 1.0 would have kicked your ass and left you one broken man.
With our revamped version, if you aren’t dedicated to transforming your body in ways impossible to imagine, then you will be destroyed. Let me repeat that, you will be DESTROYED. If you choose to suffer the fate of the latter, trust me Chad or I won’t feel bad. Adapt or die. Suffer and do everything we say to the T and we promise you will emerge a different creature at the end of 6 weeks.
I welcome you to undergo the process with me. In about a week’s time, my brother and I are going to engage in a quest to get shredded. Not, just “woah that guy has abs” shredded but “Holy shit, I see striations in that motherfucker’s oblique” shredded.
My body composition has seen some dramatic shifts over the past 10 or 11 months. Below, you will see the end of the my 2 week cut experience at around 211 lbs. Fast forward, 7 or 8 months and there you will see where I am at now around 235. The goal is to be 220 lbs and shredded.
Here are some other results from our first run with the program from last summer.
We’ve decided to cap the program at 8 clients so act now before spots fill up.
To find out more about the qualifications you must fall under before being eligible for the program, read this.
If you’re all good on that front, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the headline “Get Shredded” and tell us why you’d be a good fit for our program.
With much love, pain, and suffering to come,