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1 Hour Belly Blast Diet reviewLots of people want to lose weight.  That’s not a secret.  But lots of people remain overweight.  That’s not a secret, either.  The problem is that it’s hard to lose weight, as you have to exercise a lot, or eat weird foods, or eat OK foods but on a strange schedule, or do something that just makes it hard to adjust the diet to your lifestyle.  People try these diets for a while, find them inconvenient, and give up, only to gain more weight.

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet promises a different approach.  This weight loss book by Dan Long and his wife, Nicole, says that you can lose weight without having to exercise more than one hour a week.  Not only that, but you can eat whatever you want three times a week (more on that later.)  The idea behind the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet is flexibility, so you can adjust the diet to your lifestyle and thus find success.

That sounds interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet is all about.  Is 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet a scam, or is the method a solid one?

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Read on for the full 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet review.

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet Overview

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet is sold as a series of downloadable ebooks in PDF format.  This is good for a couple of reasons: You can download the books immediately after purchase, regardless of the time of day, and the books are portable.  You can read a PDF book on pretty much any device that can be described as a computer, including your tablet or smartphone.   You can also print them out if you like for easy reference.

When you purchase the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet program, you’ll receive the following books:

  • 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet Manual (66 pages)
  • 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet Quick Start Guide (30 pages)
  • Exercise Guide (40 pages)
  • Supplement Guide (14 pages)
  • Progress Tracker (15 pages)

You will also receive the following bonus books:

  • Restaurant Survival Guide (25 pages)
  • 21 Powerful Foods That Shrink Belly Bulge Fast (15 pages)
  • 2 Minute Belly Flab Targeting Solution (16 pages)

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet package with bonusesThe main 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet book, at 66 pages, covers the diet program itself, along with offering an explanation for why you’ll be doing what you’re doing and eating what you’re eating.  I found that book to be a bit confusing, especially since they’ve got a lot of terminology in there that they seem to have coined themselves, such as Diet Induced Thermogenesis, Thermic Meal Timing, Strategic Carb Burning, and Anti-Overwhelm Relief™.

Despite the Anti-Overwhelming™ promise, the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet book can be a bit overwhelming as you’re reading about leptin receptors and Thermic Burn, along with a lengthy intro about author Dan Long and his wife and family.

Fortunately, the Quick Start Guide is essentially the same book at half the length, with all of the fluff removed.  What’s left is what you actually need to do.  The author recommends that you read the full book once and then refer to the Quick Start guide after that.  That’s probably sound advice.  With the Quick Start Guide and the Exercise Manual, you’ll be ready to get started.

The entire 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet program is a bit complicated, but it can be distilled down to just a few steps:

  • For the most part, you’re going to be eating a diet that involves low to moderate carb consumption.
  • You will exercise a minimum of 3 days per week for a minimum of 20 minutes per session.  That means you’ll be exercising at least 1 hour per week.  You are free to do more, but that’s the bare minimum.
  • You will have 3 sessions per week where you can eat whatever you like, within reason.

Note that the times when you can eat whatever you like, which the author calls “Overfeed Sessions,” are just that – sessions.  This is not a diet like some I’ve reviewed, where you have “cheat days” where you can eat whatever you like.  These are sessions, generally one hour in duration, where you can eat what you like provided that you have engaged in an exercise session no more than 90 minutes prior to eating.

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet scamYou have to exercise three times per week.  Your reward is a short period of time where you can eat what you like.  The author says that this isn’t really a reward; your body will lose weight faster if you do things this way.  The rest of the week, you’ll be engaging in a low to moderate carb diet.

There aren’t any meal plans included with the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet, but you do get recipes for low carb breakfast smoothies that look to be pretty tasty, especially the ones called Dreamy Rice Pudding Smoothie™ and Baklava for Breakfast Smoothie™.

For other meals, you get a list of suggestions, along with a list of “approved” foods, listed by food group – protein, fat, vegetables, carbs, etc.  Approved vegetables can be consumed without limit at any time of day.

The 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet exercise book is pretty straightforward, and the exercises are divided into two groups – those that are “bodyweight” exercises that require no equipment, and those that do require additional equipment.  In the latter case, you’ll need a stability ball, a set of dumbells and a weight bench.

The exercises and regimen are explained thoroughly and accompanied by a number of photos of Dan performing the exercises.  As I’ve previously mentioned, you’ll only need to exercise a minimum of one hour per week.

The overall 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet consists of low carb days and training days, and you get those three “overfeed” sessions each week.  1 Hour Belly Blast Diet does include a recommended schedule for when to have those exercise days and those low carb days, but there is some flexibility built in.  You can spread those overfeed days over three different days, two days, or even just one, if you like.  There’s a lengthy FAQ section that covers this in detail.

While the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet book itself is a bit difficult to read, the Quick Start Guide tells you all you need to know and is easy to follow.  If you follow this plan and exercise regularly as suggested, you should see good results.

Pros and Cons of the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet

Pros

  • Affordably priced
  • Only one hour of exercise per week
  • Three cheat sessions per week

Cons

  • Main book is a bit hard to follow
  • Supplement book is essentially one long sales pitch for dietary supplements

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet Summary

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet- thumbs upIf you’re looking for a diet that won’t require you to eat a lot of odd foods, or work out seven days a week, the 1 Hour Belly Blast Diet plan may be a good fit for you.  The nutritional information seems solid and the exercises regimen is both easy to do and not too strenuous.

If you do as the author recommends and follow the diet plan to the letter, you’ll likely see good results.

1 Hour Belly Blast Diet is recommended.

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