New Rapid Fat Loss Flexible Dieting Book Package

Ok, I know, I owe everybody Part 3 of the Two-A-Day Training for the Weight Room series.  Well…too bad.  For reasons of little importance, it’s now time for me to launch a ‘new’ project.  Ok, it’s not really new.  Rather it’s just a bundle of two books that I’ve routinely seen people order together, wanted to make easier to buy, and wanted to give a little value-added.

If you hadn’t guessed by the title, those two books are The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook and my Guide to Flexible Dieting.  The combination of the two provides a one-two punch to first take off the weight quickly (which research shows that, if done properly, is actually superior to slower approaches) and then keep it off.

Of course, Rapid Fat Loss always incorporated Flexible Dieting principles but the information in Rapid Fat Loss was expanded greatly in A Guide to Flexible Dieting.  Here are some pretty pictures and more about the products.

The Rapid Fat Loss HandbookThe Rapid Fat Loss Handbook – This is the core diet and exercise program manual detailing the background diet along with everything you need do know to implement it. The book is packed with information on general nutrition and fat loss along with complete instructions on how to follow the diet, when to take breaks, how to move to maintenance when the diet is over along with many other topics.



RFL CalculatorAn Online Calculator (w/instructional PDF): This calculator will take your current stats and generate a sample diet along with some sample meals automatically. This makes setting up the Rapid Fat Loss diet a breeze. It can also be used to set up the Extreme Rapid Fat Loss approach (described below)



Home Exercise HandbookThe Home Exercise Handbook – Showing you basic exercises that can be done at home with no equipment (at most you’ll need two empty milk jugs filled with water or sand). The book discusses the basics of exercise and gives sample programs along with exercises ranging from beginner to intermediate to advanced.


Sumi SinghThe Home Exercise Handbook Videos – A complete set of videos of the exercises from the Home Exercise Handbook demonstrated by fitness model, personal trainer and good friend Sumi Singh. Every video is first demonstrated and explained and then a full set is shown so that you can simply follow along as you do your workout.



A Guide to Flexible DietingA Guide to Flexible Dieting – This is the complete second book I described above and details how the body regulated weight and fat (how and why it fights back) and expands on the information in the main Rapid Fat Loss Handbook to provide you with everything you need to maintain your weight loss in the long-term. This book could be sold by itself but I’m giving it to you for FREE to help ensure that you not only lose the weight but KEEP IT OFF.

Extreme Rapid Fat Loss HandbookThe Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Manual – A brand new booklet outlining an even more extreme 4-day cycle, based on current cutting edge research, that can strip up to 2.5-3kg (5-6.6 pounds) of fat off in only 4 days. For when even the Rapid Fat Loss handbook won’t get you to your goal fast enough.



But Wait There’s More!!!

While I would love to offer you a COMPLETE SET OF GINSU KNIVES FREE WITH YOUR PURCHASE, the simple fact is that the authorities won’t let me play with sharp things anymore.  There were…incidents.

I’m also not 100% sure what relevance they would have to this project.  So let’s move on.

Along with the two books, you’ll also get access/instructions to an online calculator to set up the Rapid Fat Loss Handbook part of the diet.   There is also the Home Exercise Handbook, completely updated with new pictures (of fitness model Sumi Singh) and a brand new new video library demonstrating all of the exercises.  Mind you, this is really for beginners to exercise who want a simple home program; folks who are already on programs get specific guidelines in the book.

Finally, I’ve actually produced a new little booklet with the incredibly creative title The Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Diet Manual.  Based on a study I reviewed on the site, this will show you how to combine diet with exercise to lose up to 6 pounds of fat in only four days (that’s not a typo).Let Me Show You  My Package

When you buy the package (and I didn’t say IF because we know you’re buying it), you’ll get sent to a login page to set up a membership login to get the files.  You can view them on the site or download them but keep your password and login and you can always get to your content without having to email me.  It’s your personal members area so you can get to the files as needed.

Now this is about the time in these types of things where you get told that this package is worth a bazillion dollars or that you can only get it for a special purchase price if you ORDER IN THE NEXT 30 MILLISECONDS.  But let’s face it, that’s all bullshit. You know it, I know it and I won’t insult you by pretending otherwise.  Here’s the deal.

If you bought both e-books alone, it would be $60.  If you bought them at the same time on my site, the two-book $10 discount would make them $50.  But since I know the power of a sale, I’m making this $47.  I hear that 7 is the new 9 so there ya’ have it.

And that’s it, no muss, no fuss, no tricks.  $47 today, tomorrow or next week.  You get both books, the home exercise handbook and video library, the new little extreme fat loss manual and access to a member’s area so that you can always get to your files.

You can activate your membership now or go read more wonderful sales copy at Rapid Fat Loss Handbook.  Enjoy!



14 thoughts on “New Rapid Fat Loss Flexible Dieting Book Package

  1. Just out of curiosity, in the same way RFL has a recommended 2 week maintenance stage after completion, does the new Extreme RFL have a similar maintenance stage post-completion? If so how long?

  2. Hey Lyle, I was wondering if there was another option for those who have already purchased one of these books, and could get the other at a discounted price, or would we have to buy the whole package and pay for one of them again? Thanks!

  3. Hi Lyle,

    I purchased your “The Rapid Fat Loss Handbook” while ago. If I only need the new “The Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Manual” should I buy the whole bundle, again? Or I could buy only the “The Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Manual” separately?


  4. I already have both the rapid fat loss and flexible dieting books; will you make your new extreme rapid fat loss booklet available for sale outside of this package offer?

  5. Adam: Email me. I’ll think about it.
    Patrick: Not to nearly the same extent but there is a short ‘maintenance’ period after the 4 days is done. It’s in the book.

  6. I’ve skimmed most of the comments on the original RFL page here, which just left me confused about whether this approach is suitable for me. In a few of the comments you recommended flexible dieting rather than RFL for females who seem to be normal weight, with a history of some weight loss and exercise. So, I’m currently (24y/o) 5’6 130lb, lost 20lb in 3 years (very slowly, but mostly it went like lose 5lb in a few weeks then maintain for months) and started a training 3x week schedule recently to combat the “skinny fat”.

    My problem is that my TDEE is low, and I can’t realistically sustain <1400cal for enough to see noticeable results, so my fat loss is moving incredibly slow (I'd be lucky to lose 2lb/month). I'm very good at maintaining, I just want to lose that 5-8lb of fat already (belly and thighs) and then take it easy like the "flexible dieting" approach while I build strength. And I already eat <100g carb by preference, not really as a diet (I just eat squashes and the occasional yam or rice)

    So, is RFL suitable for females looking to lose the last bit of fat? Not overweight, nor athletic.

  7. Hi Lyle,

    I’d like to start off by saying I really admire your work and my questions below are only to help me understand and clarify some confusion I have.

    I’ve read through both the Rapid Fat loss Handbook and the Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Manual and the part I’m not understanding is the difference in cardio requirements between the two diets. In the Rapid Fat Loss Handbook, Chapter 7, ‘Can Exercise Hurt?’ you’ve mentioned that the addition of excessive cardio in an extremely large caloric deficit can be detrimental to weight or fat loss. Further down in the same section you’ve said if you want to create an extremely large caloric deficit through food restriction, you absolutely must not do too much activity. In the Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Hanbook however you’ve reversed this and said that the goal is to first create a monster deficit through the extreme diet and then create an even bigger deficit through a ton of activity. This was where my confusion was drawn from. Why do you recommend performing the large amount of cardio in the Extreme Rapid Fat Loss Diet but not in the Rapid Fat Loss Diet. Is it due to the shorter duration of the diet?

    Thanks in advance for your time; I’m really looking forward to setting up these diets for myself.

    If you’d rather email me directly please feel free to do so.


    Connor Paul

  8. I’ve been tested and definitely have insulin resistance. I’m pretty sure it’s more genetic than due to obesity since the heaviest I ever got was about 160 lbs on my 5’2 frame. After 3 years of getting my crap together and not wanting to be on numerous medications, I have used exercise and nutrition to the best of my knowledge (back and forth, learning along the way, sifting through tons of misinformation, and falling off the wagon a good few times) to reach 118lbs as of right now.

    I’m finally comfortable in my own skin, but am wanting to take it to a level past comfort- i.e. drop body fat/have a slightly harder and leaner frame.

    Would RFL be suitable for this? And as I have gathered, it seems to lead to manageable maintenance thereafter?

    Thanks in advance for any input!

  9. Rona, I certainly do talk about moving to maintenance but not everyone does it successfully this is true of many diets. At 118, I find it hard to believe that you need significantly more weight or fat loss and a more moderate approach (i.e. Flexible dieting) is probably the better choice IME.

  10. Hi, I’m 25 years old & my weight is 93 kg & height is 6 feet 0 inches. I just want to reduce stomach fat. Please help me what to do. I’ve tried all exercise. Should I follow the diet plan?

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