A radical new approach to weight loss for men has been announced by John Barban, author of the Venus Factor, a guide to weight loss and fitness conditioning for women.
His revolutionary new program for men is called the Adonis diet, and is based on the proposal that different parts of the body need to be in a particular ratio to each other to attain the most aesthetically pleasing appearance.
You can read about the Adonis golden ratio in many places on the Internet, but suffice it to say that there does appear to be some circumstantial evidence that many natural biological entities evolved to form proportions between different parts of themselves which conform with the supposed golden index.
As far as the male body is concerned, when particular areas have a certain proportion to each other, the body is said to be in the most aesthetically pleasing form possible: that’s the ratio of shoulder circumference to waist circumference, and the proportion of torso length to overall body length.
Now clearly many bodies are different sizes and shapes, but the proposal John Barban makes is that the difference that we see in the body’s different individuals is basically caused by differing amounts of fat and or muscle tissue.
His objective is to assure everyone that they can work out with particular regime that will allow their body to conform as closely as possible to the Adonis effect ratio — and this turns out to be much more closely than you might think.
Where we are held back from achieving an ideal body shape is the fact that so many bodies are grossly obese, and that the difficulty of shifting fat prevents people getting to grips with obtaining an ideal body shape.
Rapid weight loss, diets, and exercise programs have swept across the Internet in their thousands in recent years, and this is undoubtedly because there is a huge demand in a culture where obesity has become almost normal, for weight loss.
Yet one of the big problems with weight loss systems, and indeed Internet diets in particular, is that the people who undertake them rarely find motivation to continue through to completion.
This is not surprising, because there are deep psychological reasons why each of us may be eating to excess: and these are in fact some of the most profound motivational factors that the human body and mind have to deal with.
In other words, to obtain the motivation to exercise or to engage in a diet and lose weight, people must experience support and motivation from others who are trying to achieve the same objective as they are.
In the Adonis golden ratio community, an Internet forum allows people who are seriously trying to lose weight to connect with each other and gain mutual support.
You may be surprised to discover that these communities are truly supportive, because in many cases Internet forums provide an opportunity for mutual criticism and backbiting and what has become known as “trolling”.
Yet on the Internet community for the Adonis golden ratio, harmony reigns — support is mutual — and results are tangible.
Now I know this may sound too good to be true, but the fact of the matter is that John Barban has revolutionized the field of weight loss and dieting, and he has managed to do what nobody else has done: to design and build a successful Internet program that actually works in the field of dieting!
What he is basically done is to start from scratch, and write a program that is fundamentally designed for men.
You see, the fact is that men and women have specific requirements for dieting, nutrition and exercise — particularly if they’re trying to lose weight! It’s important that each sex follows the restrictions of their gender. Male and female physiology is vastly different.
Barban understands this, and he’s written a program specifically for men which takes account of male physiology, and he has further personalized it so that every individual who signs up for the program can take the Adonis system in a form that is personally correct for them.
It’s this individual approach which leads to great success, and it’s this individual approach which has revolutionized the provision of “how to lose weight “information on the Internet.
Of course not everybody who signs up with the Adonis index will be successful, because not everybody is as strongly motivated as strong as the next man.
The thing that I can safely say is that if you are seriously motivated to lose weight, then the Adonis system will give you the greatest chance of doing so, among any of the common and well-known diet programs on the Internet like, for example, PX90 and Insanity.