How To Get Ripped With The $1000 Goal Guarantee

By

Vince Del Monte, WBFF Pro Fitness Model, Certified Fitness Trainer
and Nutritionist and author of No Nonsense Muscle
Building.

A lot of people, including advanced bodybuilders, set their goals at the start of the new year.  Sadly, few follow through on their resolutions.  We won’t get into all the excuses and reasons for their failure (because it makes me get nauseous).

Instead I’m going to reveal three unique and somewhat radical methods to achieving your goals of a perfect physique.

Your First Step:
The $1,000 Guarantee

Put $200 (2 x $100 bills) into five envelopes and address each envelope to an organization you hate with a passion.  Give these envelopes to a trusted friend and tell him or her to mail the first envelope if you fail to meet your first short-term training goal on schedule (assuming sickness, death, injury or a family emergency arises, which are the only legitimate excuses I’ll accept).

If you meet your objective, your friend simply gives you back the envelope.  Keep this going until you’ve either succeede or failed in your quest to reach all of your goals.

Weeks 1-8 To Strip Fat:
The 1,000 Calorie Challenge

Yesterday, my close friends and fitness authorities Joel Marion & Arnel Ricafranca released their 8-week 1,000 Calorie Challenge – a rapid fat loss training program that takes relative beginners, in 4 weeks or less, from the entry level 300 calorie workouts to burning a whopping 1,000+ calories with the fastest fat loss progression system EVER developed – R-Quattro Technology and S² Progression

The Secret Is In The Progression

You see, the number one limiting factor preventing maximal fat-loss is a lack of fitness. You’re just too darn out of shape to make a significant dent in caloric expenditure so fat-loss moves at a snail-pace.

It all comes down to a utilizing a system that will progress you from burning 300 calories to 450 calories to 600 calories to 800 calories to 1,000 calories in NO time, and that’s what Joel & Arnel developed with R-Quattro™ techology and S² Progression

What in The World Is R-Quattro Technology?

Essentially, the entire structure of the 1,000 Calorie Challenge program was specifically designed to progress you along the calorie continuum as fast as humanly possible so that in a matter of just a few short weeks you’ll be performing full-blown 1,000 calorie workouts that burn massive calories and lead to massive fat loss.

And R-Quattro™ technology s a major contributor to making that possible.

With R-Quattro™ we strategically manipulate four training variables to tackle progressive overload from four unique angles.

1. Reps – the number of repetitions performed for each exercise
2. Resistance – the load used for each exercise
3. Rest – the length of rest periods between exercises and rounds
4. Rounds – the number of times a circuit of exercises is completed

The end result is the fastest possible progression toward the 1,000 calorie goal, and a heaping helping of fat loss results with each and every workout to boot.

r-quattroHere’s a quick rundown of how R-Quattro™ is implemented in to the weekly set-up of the 1,000 Calorie Challenge program:

Monday: Baseline workout
Wednesday: Reps and Resistance are increased
Friday: Rest decreases, Rounds are increased

The first workout is always the baseline. Then every workout (Workout 2 and 3 of each week) thereafter gets even more challenging (and subsequently burns more calories and fat) by manipulating R-Quattro™.

Beyond that, at the start of each week we change the workout style completely to add another level of progression, bringing us to strategy #2.

S² Progression

So we just finished covering how we manipulate the workouts within each week via patent-pending† R-Quattro™ technology to strategically increase the calorie burn of each subsequent workout.

Pretty cool stuff.

Now we’re going to tell you how we STACK R-Quattro™ with strategic S² Progression each week for a synergystic fat loss effect.

In week 1, we start with workouts that implement standard sets in which you rest between each exercise.

Then, on week 2, we move to supersets in which you are alternating back and forth between two exercises with minimal rest.

During week 3 we up the ante even further by switching to tri-sets in which 3 exercises are paired together back-to-back-to-back.

How bout week four? Well, that’s where we move from tri-sets to 4-exercise Giant Sets.

And finally, for the 1,000 Calorie workouts, we move on to strategically designed 10-exercise Insane Circuits.

Frankly, by combining brand new R-Quattro™ technology with S² Progression, you body fat doesn’t stand a chance.

Creators of the 1,000 Calorie Challenge: Arnel Ricafranca and Joel Marion

After you’ve completed 1,000 Calorie Challenge, it’s time to gain muscle mass and improve your existing size and strength to “head-turning” standards.  Introducing…

Weeks 9-16 To Pack On Muscle:
The 1,000 Rep Muscle-Challenge

Now, I know what you’re thinking whether you’re a beginner or advanced:

“1,000 Freaking Reps! Are you insane? I’m going to overtrain… I’m going to get injured…”

You can throw those concerns out the window because I understand you’ve probably been brainwashed by rehashed bodybuilding nonsense. I don’t blame you for thinking that so let me say this…

Today’s so-called “experts” has left a generation of lifters more concerned with getting the right amount of rest–instead of the right amount of reps.

Being cautious is good.  Being over cautious is bad.

Unfortunately, this alarm cry isn’t based on solid research; it’s simply the thoughts of a few worried voices in the fitness world that are more interested in debating on forums.  These are the people that make opinions based on what they heard or read rather than what they did or experienced

I will reveal one tiny component of The 1,000 Rep Muscle-Challenge:

The challenge consists of 1,000 total reps per week, not 1,000 reps per workout.

You and I both know that to make truly noticeable gains, you must avoid the worst training nightmare also known as the #1 reason your body refuses to build new muscle and blast fat:

Complacency!

Complacency is a freaking nightmare and a poisonous disease you must avoid like the plague …

Slipping into comfortable set and rep ranges with familiar exercises, unfortunately, will summon a death sentence for a guy looking to add serious shape and strength to his physique.

That is why the most crucial element of improvement is change. Any subtle variation in a workout will produce new results.  As you can imagine, 1,000 Reps is more than subtle!

Eliminating your workouts of wasted exercises, complacent workouts and carefree reps is what the1,000 Rep Muscle-Challenge is all about.

Each rep is strategic and serving in both load and rest, blending each target muscle in the right mixture of critical ingredients for size, shape and strength.

Ready to jump on board with the $1,000 Guarantee Goal + 1,000 Calorie Challenge + 1,000 Rep-Muscle ?

Well I have GOOD NEWS.  Until Thursday October 21st at midnight, you can get The 1,000 Rep-Muscle Challenge FREE when you purchase 1,000 Calorie Challenge via this link:

Click here >>> http://www.1000CalorieChallenges.com <<< Click here

Then email me your Clickbank receipt to [email protected] and I’ll hook you up with the $97 program FREE! Include the subject line, “Hook me up with 1,000 rep muscle BABY!”

Now you’ll have an 8-week rapid fat-loss program to get shredded and then you can progress right into the 1,000 Rep Muscle-Challenge to gain size and strength.  That’s the ultimate 16-week transformation program using challenge-based workouts for the investment of one!

I hope you recognize a no-brainer offer when you see one!

Let me know if you have any questions by posting below.

Vince Del Monte

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6 thoughts on “How To Get Ripped With The $1000 Goal Guarantee

  1. Hey Vince, it’s Nicole ([email protected]). I am in the beginning of a fat loss training, I must say that I’ve tried for 2 years to loose my belly fat (apple body), but honestly I was not prepared for a challenge even if I was followed at gym. The workout was okay, but I wasn’t putting enough energy to loose more than 600 calories per workout, and the food, well, wasn’t eating right. Now I am ready to give in. And you’re here to help. I took the 1000-cal challenge. I want to look great for my bf ;>

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  2. Way to Go Vince and Shakur! Never allow anyone to tell you you can’t do something. It’s these individuals that always come up with excuses for why something can’t happen. Instead the focus should be to take action immediately with a game plan in mind. You might not come to exact end result you want, but make no mistake you’re definitely going be on top 🙂

    Keep testing the World with all the different breakthroughs and techniques you are discovering. Show the world there is NO limit to how far our bodies can be taken to get results :). I’m very proud you both, as guys are a perfect example of the kind of impact I want to have on people in this world!

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  3. @Vince – Thanks – Yes would not use this for muscle building, but in terms of just pure fat loss, will 1000 cal plan allow me to maintain lean muscle?

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  4. @Stag – @Stag. I would not use 1,000 Calorie plan for muscle gain. It’s metabolically demanding and over the course of the week you’ll burn an excess of 3000 calories. This would force you to be in a ultra “superfeed” mode to maintain caloric surplus for muscle growth.

    Check out http://www.1000RepMuscle.com instead. This is purely for size and strength.

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  5. Hey Vince,

    I am about to embark on a fat loss programme, and used various techniques such as calorie cycling & lifting heavy to preserve lean mass. My question is with the 1000 cal challenge, is this programme going to be lean mass friendly, or is there an additional something that could be utilised? (such as 1 heavy weights day?)

    Cheers!

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