Scientific Fitness vs Science Fiction


Unfortunately, much of what is presently taking place in the fields of health, fitness, nutrition, and fat loss is purely commercially based. Instead of thinking: “What can we come up with that will help people to reach their health and fitness goals?”, these people are thinking: “What can we come up with that will earn us a ton of money…FAST?”

Instead of being scientifically based, these programs are based on what people want to hear and believe in. “Lose 20 Pounds in 20 Days”, “Fun & Easy” exercise programs and diets that promise that you can “Continue to Eat All Your Favorite Foods”,“Six-Pack Abs in Only 5 Minutes a Day”, etc, etc!!!

And when these begin to generate less and less money, all of a sudden there is the “New & Improved Six-Pack Abs in Only 5 Minutes a Day 2.0” program.


CTTC tells you what you need to know…not what you want to hear!

“Step Aerobics” makes way for “Power Step Aerobics” which, in turn, makes way for “Yoga Power Step Aerobics”, which makes way for….etc, etc. But,of all these, Step Aerobics is the only one which has survived the test of time Why? Because Step Aerobics…which first came on the market more than 25 years ago, is science-based. It was developed from an exercise used to rehabilitate knee injuries.

The same goes for the original Aerobics term which was developed in 1968 by an exercise physiologist and a physical therapist. It was originally designed to increase cardiovascular endurance…not to lose fat.

Since Jane Fonda’s videos made ‘aerobics’ a household word in 1982, dozens of ‘new & improved’ aerobics programs have come and gone.

Why have they gone? They could not stand the test of time because they strayed too far from the scientific basis of all aerobics. And then, of course, they stop working.

I mention these things to illustrate the fact that new is not always better. Better is better!

And the CTTC exercise, nutrition, and ‘aerobics’ programs are not new. They are scientifically proven, improved versions of the age-old Principles of Quality Exercise and Nutrition.


The two principles which are most often forgotten (or purposely ignored) are:

The Overload Principle which says that, in order to increase strength and/or endurance, you have to add new intensity or more time to your efforts.

The Principle of Adaptation which says that, in order to continue improving, you have to change the stimulus (type of exercise you do) at regular intervals.

Intelligently combining these two principles is one of the reasons that The CTTC Workouts can provide the best results in the shortest amount of time and with the least amount of exercise.

Progressive resistance training (exercising with weights) has been around since Ancient Greece. Since then, science has continually improved weight training, but the original principles have remained basically the same.

A giant leap in the scientific research around weight training took place during the last part of the 20th century and now we know much better how, when, how much, and why regarding exercise with weights (and cardio/aerobics too, for that matter). So now we can exercise smarter instead of just harder.


“No pain…No gain.” has made way for “No brain…No gain.”


Exercising with weights has stayed around for centuries (with surprisingly little change) because it works!

Now think of all the “miracle programs” that have come and gone in just the past couple of decades. Why? Because they didn’t work! Or they only worked for a short time…or they were so intense that you couldn’t keep it up long-term…or you got injured by some ‘exercise’ which tried to defy all the laws of biomechanics, kinesiology, etc, etc!!!

The book, Cut Thru The Crap of Exercise and Fat-Loss Nutrition, (and these reports) combines my lifelong passion with years of study and more than 5 decades of personal experience. It unites the sciences of exercise, nutrition, and health with practical experience and common sense.

That last one is especially important because, unfortunately, Common Sense Is No Longer So Common when it comes to health, exercise, and nutrition.


What are some of the things you will learn from this CTTC report?

  • What is the best time to exercise
  • What is the 2nd best time to exercise
  • 11 things that you need to remember every time you exercise with weights
  • 19 things you can do to help prevent injuries when you exercise
  • The 3 types of fatigue and which two will diminish or even stop your progress
  • The 3 most basic Principles of Quality Exercise
  • 11 ways of enhancing recovery from your exercise
  • The advantages of using free weights
  • The advantages of using exercise machines
  • The disadvantages of using free weights
  • The disadvantages of using exercise machines
  • The 5 main reasons most gyms have more exercise machines than free weights
  • The surprising importance of the mind-body connection
  • My personal “Best List” of the best exercise machines to use
  • My personal “Worst List” of the worst exercise machines to use
  • The 4 reasons I disregard some exercises
  • The 5 reasons I do not recommend certain exercises
  • My 80/20 rule for using free weights and exercise machines
  • The 4 basic factors essential to any successful exercise program
  • How important (in %) each of the 4 basic factors are to a successful exercise program

Successful people look for logical, practical, effective and
efficient means of reaching their goals…NOT quick fixes!


Length of Report: 17 pages

Price: US$ 5.50