For the past few years, I’ve been able to help thousands of people achieve their fitness goals through iWannaBurnFat.com and my Instagram account @iWannaBurnFat. As you may know, I write easy to understand evidence-based posts about training and nutrition.
Fitness has always been a passion of mine, but there was a time when it drove me crazy.
During my youth, I wasn’t the fittest kid in class. I wanted to change the way I look and improve my overall fitness.
Like most people, when they start working out, I got most of my information from fitness forums and YouTube channels. Initially, my progress was okay. But after my first 6 months of training, I found myself stuck for over a year.
I trained 5x a week doing drop-sets, supersets, giant sets, and much more “advanced training tools”, with little to show for it. The longer I trained, the more evident it became that my sources for fitness information weren’t very useful.
As I got more conscious of the fact that 90% of the fitness information on the web is false, I started doing my own research.
The past several years, I spent most of my time reading scientific studies about training, nutrition, workout performance, and general health. I also got my personal training certification from the “Internation Sports Sciences Association.”
The more I learned, the more I realized how much nonsense there actually is online. Ineffective training and diet regimens are praised, just to sell useless products to you and me.
Once I learned more about fitness, through scientific research, I finally started making good progress.
I never thought I would be capable of building an aesthetic physique, due to my “poor genetics.” Now, it’s clear that my genetics were not the issue. Lack of useful and trustworthy information was holding me back.
I created iWannaBurnFat.com, so I can share the evidence-based information I was missing back in the day.
I’m not planning on reinventing the wheel, nor am I trying to share my personal opinions.
The field of exercise and nutritional sciences has provided us (and is still providing) with a tremendous amount of valuable research on how to achieve greater body composition changes and improve our health.
My goal is to “translate” these studies into simple English and emphasize the practical takeaways of the current body of evidence, so everyone can understand the science behind achieving great fitness results.
I know through experience that reading an entire research paper and understanding it can be a challenge if you’ve never done it before. So, I will be doing all of the work for you, while you just sit back and receive top-notch fitness information.
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