There are zillions (okay, maybe millions) of workout plans out there for literally every fitness goal imaginable — mass, strength, agility, sport-specific, fat loss, etc.
But they’re either too simple, too time-consuming, too specific, or too intense.
You’re either forced to settle for a “close enough” routine or tweak the entire program to match your goals and training experience (at that point, you’re better off DIYing your own).
Bill Phillips’ Back to Fit 12-Week Trainer is supposedly a tamer, more generic approach to getting in shape, regardless of your gym experience.
Let’s take a closer look!
Before You Read More, Let Me Say…
Hey, my name’s Kyle and I’m the founder of Noob Gains.
Nice to meet you! 🙂
I’m jumping in here at the beginning to basically spoil the review… ready?
We rated Bill Phillips’ Back to Fit 12-Week Trainer 8.0 out of 10.
That’s pretty good!
While Back to Fit is a high-quality program that can help you lose some fat and build some muscle, it’s not what we typically recommend to guys who want to build an impressive-looking body.
What do we recommend?
Well, if you want to transform your body without training more than 3 days per week…
Without eating 6 or more meals throughout the day…
All while enjoying your favorite foods…
Then we recommend Superhero X12 by Fit Mole.
Build a Superhero Body Without Training Like One
Getting in shape isn’t easy. But this program gives you a real-life approach to building a leaner, more muscular body without obsessing over fitness 24/7.
First off, Back to Fit wants you to live in the gym doing 6 workouts a week.
Sure, you’re bound to see some results, but at what cost?
Personally, I’d rather spend more time watching Netflix instead of getting on a first name basis with the guy at the front counter.
On the other hand, Superhero X12 shows you how to get a great body with only 3 workouts per week.
Inside, you’ll discover how you can stimulate plenty of muscle growth and lose body fat in only a few hour-long sessions.