Do you want to lose your unwanted fat at a rapid pace while also ensuring the retention of your muscle mass and perhaps even building some?
And also all that without abiding by strict diet rules that make your life miserable and sets you up for failure?
I know that this perhaps sounds too good to be true and that similar promises have been made by scammy weight loss products and courses pretty much since the birth of the internet…
… But before you close this page in anger sure that this is just another bullshit weight loss course hear me out.
Because I have followed the program myself twice with great success. Besides that, I can mention that the principles used are simple and that they work.
Of course, it also helps that literally 1000s of people have followed the program and had great success!
In this Kinobody aggressive fat loss program review, I am going to focus on the two things I think you are most interested in finding out.
Namely, 1) whether the program is worth your money and 2) if it will work for you.
I am going to cover:
- A general overview of the program contents and its value
- Whether the program works and the results of other people and myself
- A little trick to 20 USD instantly if you want to buy the program
Note: yes, there is a little-known “trick” that will give you a 20 dollars discount.
Program Contents And It’s Value
The Kinobody Aggressive Fat Loss Program is a fat loss and weight training program that does not have a lot of requirements and is generally easy to follow.
The whole program and its contents are hosted on a popular online platform called Teachable.
This means that after you purchase the course you can log in to this platform and access its contents.
Though I have heard different opinions about the user-friendliness of Teachable, I think that it is both simple and easy to use.
Basically, you just log into a dashboard-like interface and access the course material intuitively divided into different sections.
Summarizing the contents you will find:
- The story behind how Greg learned the main concept/approach taught in the program
- The aggressive fat loss nutrition plan and some sample meal plans
- The idea behind the training and the workout routines
- Video walk-throughs of all the exercises
- Advanced tactics for aggressive fat loss
- A bunch of bonuses including fitness tracker, alcohol drinking guide, self-hypnosis guide, and companion audio file.
You will also find instructions on how to join the private support forum which is cool and really supportive.
Is The Program Hard To Follow?
Truthfully, losing weight/fat will for almost all people never be easy (big surprise?).
If you want to lose a significant amount of fat and/or get relatively lean, then it is going to be a hard journey. Sometimes you are going to feel somewhat good, and other times you will basically be hating everything and everyone.
The Aggressive Fat Loss program does not “magically” make this process easy, I don’t think anything yet known to us can.
However, there a significant number of success stories that at least strongly suggests that the program will make it easier for you to lose fat. But it does not mean it is easy.
The program is based on tracking calories and macros, intermittent fasting and heavy low-volume weight training three times per week.
If you are not used to intermittent fasting, that part is probably going to be challenging in the first week. Tracking calories and macros will feel inconvenient, but it does come with the added benefit of educating you about the nutritional value of the food you eat.
With that being said, if you ever tried out other weight loss diets, I think you will find the aggressive fat loss nutrition plan much easier.
Lifting some heavy weights three times per week should not be a problem unless you are completely new to working out.
All in all, following the program, is definitely manageable and you will lose a lot of weight!
Do You Get Your Money’s Worth?
Obviously, this is a super relevant question but it is hard to answer without referring to your level of “fitness knowledge”.
When I first bought the program 3 years ago, I already knew quite a lot. I think what proved to be the most valuable thing for me was the simple but super effective framework/blueprint that I could use to get to my goal weight.
By the way, before getting the program I had failed several times in achieving that.
Assuming you spend 49 dollars for the program using the method I mention below, I think the program is definitely worth the money if you are anywhere from completely new to weight training and weight loss to a somewhat an intermediate.
If you consider yourself to have a higher level of fitness knowledge than that, then I don’t feel as confident that it is money well spent for you.
But you should also consider and make sure, that this program is the right one for you. Since there are two other specific programs from Kinobody to both men and woman which have similar purposes but not just as aggressive on the fat loss as this program.
But What About Free Fitness Programs?
This is the information age and the information on the internet is growing at an unfathomable rate!
So, of course, you can find free information on weight loss and weight training. You can basically find free information on anything.
By the way, if you want some cool free information, you can check the things I have written on fat loss.
But as I am sure you can appreciate, there can be a great value in information that is compiled, catered to or presented in a way to effectively achieve a specific goal the fastest and easiest way possible.
In this case, I think there is a lot of value especially for beginners who just want to follow simple guidelines and apply basic stuff to achieve their fat loss goal in a quick and much less brutal way than other fat loss methods.
If you want a straight-forward and easy-to-implement solution, then this program is worth your money. There is no free stuff you can download that offers what the aggressive fat loss program does.
Does The Program Work (Aggressive Fat Loss Results)?
As you may or may not know, losing weight is a matter of energy balance. In order to lose weight, you need a deficit in that balance (calorie deficit).
Other things do matter since your body is a much more complex than what can be described with a simple input-output formula, however, a calorie deficit is by far the most important thing.
But we are not just talking about weight loss in general, you are of course interested in fat loss. If you have a significant amount of fat to lose it is likely that you will also lose muscle at the same time unless you provide some kind of stimulus to your body that your muscle is needed.
Consuming fewer calories than you burn while and doing some heavy weight training you have a very effective approach for losing fat only.
Not going too extreme with either the calorie deficit or the amount of training that you do will ensure a much easier and sustainable fat loss.
The aggressive fat loss approach is essentially about finding this equilibrium of going aggressive with fat loss without too much which then often ends up failing anyway.
Here is a brief breakdown of the aggressive fat loss approach.
- Maintain a moderate to moderately high calorie deficit every single day (unless refeeding) and be strict with calorie counting
- Use intermittent fasting every single day and essentially postpone your first meal of the day to anywhere between noon – early afternoon.
- Balanced macronutrient profile including a good amount of protein, carbs, and fat.
- Suggested food includes lean meats and potatoes both ranking very high on the satiety index
- Focus on a few sets of heavy compound lifts
- Little to no cardio
My Results Following The Aggressive Fat Loss Program
I have followed the program two times with about 1 year apart. I have been quite satisfied with the result both times.
First time I did the program, I had been bulking for some time and it got out of hand. I was also writing my master’s thesis which was 5 months of intense work and I had access to a really good canteen at my part-time job (I ate a lot of food there almost every day).
Over the course of 13 weeks, I went from 73 kg to 65,5. That is a weight loss of 7,5 kg without losing any noticeable strength. My waist also went from 81,9 cm to 75,9 cm.
The second time I followed the program for 10 weeks and went from 69,5 kg to 65,5 kg, and my waist decreased from 78,5 to 75,7.
The weight loss is much less compared to the first time, but at this stage, I had a leaner starting point and carried more muscle.
As a rule of thumb, the leaner you are the slower your weight loss is going to be.
Results Of Other People
In the introduction, I mentioned how 1000’s of people have used this program and have had a lot of success.
There are a ton of success stories and Greg often post before and after photos of people on his Instagram profile.
I have been digging around his profile and found some good ones. So take a look for yourself and see how well the program can work.
Please note that these are some big guys. While they have a lot of fat to lose they can also lose most of the fat a lot faster. As they become leaner the progress will slow down.
This fact does of course not make their results any less impressive!
You can find more impressive before and after photos on the official Kinobody site.
Pros and Cons
- Simple setup. No strange diet rules, you will learn how to eat the foods you want to eat by tracking general nutrition information.
- No tough cardio. Your weight does not rely on doing intense cardio.
- Helps you set realistic expectations. So often you read stuff like lose 10 pounds in 10 days by doing strange things. By the way, these things almost never work and are not sustainable if they do.
- Based on intermittent fasting. If you don’t like intermittent fasting, this might be a reason to stay away. If you are not sure about IF I would recommend you give it a try to 1-2 weeks. The program does have a 30-days money back guarantee.
- Calorie and macro counting. A lot has been said about counting calories and macros. Personally, I don’t think you can get good results without it, and I would never recommend anyone trying it.
If you want to burn off your excess fat, become leaner and healthier, and/or simply look better naked, then I can highly recommend this program.
The process is easy to follow and stick with, and many people find (including myself) that it is much more enjoyable than other weight loss methods.
If you are a beginner to intermediate, I am also confident that you will find it worth your money!
20 $$$ Off Instantly
If you want to get the course you might as well do this small trick to get 20 dollars discount.
You simply have to complete a very brief survey created by the company itself as a way to suggest you the right Kinobody program based on your input.
Once you have completed the survey you get the option to buy the suggested program at 20 $ off.
Follow this link to go to the survey (new browser tab).
- Select man
- Chose any age
- Click “I have no clue how much muscle I have with all this fat (…)”
- Chose “I want to do an aggressive cut (…)”
Cha-Ching! You just saved 20 bucks
Q: Aggressive fat loss vs warrior shredding
A: With the aggressive fat loss program the focus is on burning a lot of fat while maintaining muscle. This works well for 1) beginners who have a lot of fat and want to get rid of that fast and 2) people with anywhere from a good amount of muscle to a very impressive amount of muscle who want to burn fat.
The warrior shredding program, on the other hand, is good for people who want to burn fat and build a good amount of muscle. This works great for beginners.
Q: Can you send me the aggressive fat loss pdf / free download, please?
A: There is a lot of hard work and accrued knowledge from trial and error behind this program. So please think about supporting this work. If the price is too high for you I suggest you go check out some other great free information.
You can check out my post on weight training for weight loss
Q: What is the Kinobody aggressive fat loss diet plan like?
A: It is basically intermittent fasting with a balanced macronutrient profile, arguably some emphasize on protein. Lean meats and potatoes are encouraged due to the high satiety. A moderate – moderately high calorie deficit is used.