You may notice I’ve only covered 7 modules in my outline, yet I said there were 8.
Well section 8 is bonus content.
An amazing physique can go from good to amazing with a well sculpted abdominal region. And, whilst this is covered within the course itself, Nate gives you a focused guide on developing a kick-ass 6 pack with free access to “the 6 Pack Checklist”.
The entire book (which sells for $9.99 on Amazon) is here for free.
Also, when it comes to cutting fat, often Carbs become the go to enemy. They are seen as something to be treated as something to be scared of.
I’ve had this issue with my own clients. Due to the popularity of the Atkins diet, Keto diet and the “No Carbs before Marbs” (from a popular reality TV show – I forget which one as I don’t watch them), carbs have become a major hang-up for many.
Nates book “The Truth About Carbs” covers this very topic and is included, in its entirety, here for you to own forever. – This book sells for $10.99.
You don’t need either of these to make this course insanely valuable, but they are quality pieces of content on their own and well worth having.
Nothing and no one are perfect. So, what are the flaws that may be worth considering that could be off-putting?
- So far as I can see, other than the books (in the bonus section) you can’t download any of the content. This is likely for obvious reasons (copywrite & illegal sharing). However, because it is not immediately obvious to me, doesn’t mean it is not possible. It could be useful if the videos could be accessed without going online. But I’m not sure there is any such course would allow this and it’s more an issue with the platform (if it is an issue at all) than anything Nate has done personally.
- There is a ‘Checklist’ document at the end of module 4 which would be useful if it could be downloaded. You can print it, from what I can see, but to download to your device is something I haven’t worked out yet. Therefore, if it is possible, it is not immediately obvious.
- The content is so in-depth, at first glance it could look overwhelming. However, this is definitely not a negative, just a perception. As I’ve mentioned, you don’t need to read it all. Some of the content is mirroring the video content in written form (so you can choose your medium) and it is structured in such an easy to navigate way, you will never get lost in it.
- The price – if you are comparing it to a book, for example, it may seem expensive. However, there are programmes on the market that have a quarter of the content of this one with a tenth of the integrity and usefulness that will cost over 4 times as much (I’ve genuinely seen a couple at over $7,000, neither of which gave useful information and focused more on ‘fads’ for quick results, but at the detriment of your health).Nate’s course is a fraction of this and AMAZING value.And unlike those others, that make it ‘look’ cheaper, by advertising monthly costs for payment plans, this is a one and done. You pay for it and you own it. That also means, if Nate ever sees room for improvement and adds content, it will simply appear in your curriculum. You don’t need to do anything.
These negatives are quickly turning into positives. But that is simply because I’m finding it hard to criticise and having to make some things fit or second guess what your perceptions might be.
Is This Course for You?
Given you have read (or skimmed) this far, I must assume this is a subject you are interested in.
And, that being the case, there is no reason I can think of that would suggest you would not benefit from investing in this course.
It is not gender biased, so male of female, it will work for you.
It is not targeted at a specific age, so you can adapt the workouts based on your level.
Due to the adaptations taught and built in, you don’t have to suddenly be available to workout 7 days per week for 2hrs at a time. If you have more time you can adapt to that. Similarly, if you are short on time, you can still make it work for you.
This is genuinely one of the best courses of its kind on the market. And it is expertly delivered by one of the most genuine (and charismatic, so easy to listen to) coaches in the industry.
Nate is in amazing shape himself, so he is a great advert for the product. But there are lots of ‘gurus’ out there who know how to get themselves in shape but have no idea how to adapt to teach others.
It’s clear from all his work, not just this course, that Nate is not in that category.
He stands head and shoulders above the crowd.
As such, it is not just something I am willing to give a recommendation to. It is something I am proud to recommend.
In my 16 years as a fitness professional, I have never sought out to endorse a product personally and put my name behind it as an affiliate. Nate was not doing this, but having had a look at the content, I reached out to him and he agreed.
My goal has always been, and will always be, to ensure those who are looking for a route to success get the best resources, advice and direction possible.
The fitness industry has built a reputation for scamming people, for offering unachievable dreams; flash in the pan results; and cashing in on people’s frustrations and pain points.
It is an industry that SHOULD be helping people, not cashing in on them.
This course, in my view, does just that.
As such, it is the first time I’m willing to recommend a service other than my own as I truly believe it will add value and enhance the lives of those who use it.
I hope you have found this useful; it has given you the confidence to move forward and I wish you every success in achieving your ultimate natural physique.