Take this pill and lose weight fast!!!

I bet the headline caught your attention right?

Well, sorry to disappoint, but I'm not selling or recommending a 'wonder pill' that will shed those unwanted pounds, as no such thing exists.

The reason for this post is to highlight a HUGE scam in the fitness world. I have seen so many different 'brands' that are selling a 'wonder drug' that will literally melt away fat. Is the drug real? kind of - it will be a physical product, but it's not going to be something that will transform your body. They are selling something, but I can assure you it's not what you think it is. These 'brands' also love to steal other peoples photos. One of the most common photos that I have seen used (without permission I might add) is the amazing transformation of Glenn Parker by Nick Mitchell. That says it all about these 'brands' doesn't it? They have to steal photos to promote their 'wonder pill'. People fall for it because you will always get 'x' amount of hopefuls that will be sucked into the idea of a pill that will get rid of their unwanted fat - no intense training, no consistent diet, just throw a couple of capsules down your throat everyday and watch your body transform! (sounds a little too good to be true, doesn't it....)

I do hate those 'brands' with a passion. They are nothing but con artists really, and I'm sure most of them have been created by people who do not work as a personal trainer/nutritionist/or any other health & fitness professional.

Maybe in the very distant future there will be some kind of pill/drug/procedure where you can get whatever body you want, but right now there is no such thing. There are so many of these 'brands' out there (and I'm using the ' to emphasise a little sarcasm, as they aren't brands, they are pop up con shops) that I'm sure you have come across one or more of them, but don't be tempted by them, as they are all a load of BS.

The way you transform your body is by training hard, eating healthy and being consistent - not by putting all of your hopes on a 'wonder drug' that is as useful as a chocolate tea pot.

A little bit of a rant, but I wanted to get my views across.

Lee Gregory Fitness

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