The Great Fitness Fraud
Human Performance Specialist Bert Seelman’s Book, “The Great Fitness Fraud – 300 Million Victims and One Program for Your Defense,” will be available to the public via the Internet at Amazon.com as a response to an international cry for truth about fitness, health and weight loss.
As a Human Performance Specialist for nearly 40 years, Seelman has finally written a definitive game changing work endorsed by athletes, people of all ages and physicians alike, that crushes the high profit driven multi-billion dollar health industry and their incomplete programs.
After working with tens of thousands of people, Seelman is convinced programs are failing people. “These programs fail because they are providing only a part of the solution,” Seelman says. “There is no “one-stop-shopping” available today that addresses the whole person. Instead, in today’s crowded fitness marketplace, you get a multitude of choices. The choices range from incomplete to way more incomplete and from unbalanced to totally unbalanced, yet they are sought out and used continually!”
“The Great Fitness Fraud – 300 Million Victims and One Program for Your Defense” details Nutrition, Diet, Supplementation, Exercise, and what has never been thoroughly understood, Rest and Recovery. In addition to extensive regimens for the above, are over 30 charts devised by Seelman for his thousands of clients. This information has never been released freely to the general public before now.
Seelman’s teachings have helped thousands with their general health issues by having medications reduced or eliminated due to his tried and true understanding of how the body functions as a synergistic whole. “Results Are Proof” is his motto and results ARE typical.
This program is not a diet but an actual health, performance, and fat loss program – a system. Seelman successfully creates a change in one’s thinking to help the understanding and questioning of what’s required rather than the “something is better than nothing” emotional reaction. “I want you to see results quickly and be able to enjoy the fruits of your efforts – to actually develop a life-style that will last.”
Seelman says exercise is not a benefit, in and of itself. It is a stimulus. It is a stress on the body, a stimulus or trigger to bring about a hopefully positive response. “The most important thing you can do is have your recovery ability ready to meet the challenge. The key to health is not exercise. Exercise is a stress. After all, if you were to eat right and get all the necessary nutrients you needed and you were to get enough rest, you could be healthy without ever exercising.”