This schoolteacher lost nearly 100 pounds and slashed his body fat in half – and he's just getting started


I was immediately taken with Jim’s credentials; his work at Yale is most impressive, as is his experience at the University of Connecticut. As I looked at Jim’s programs, I realized that I was sorely lacking variety in my diet and exercise plans. Not long after reading all I could find by Jim, I signed up for the 7-day free trial on JimStoppani.com.

When the free trial ended, I joined the paid subscription for the website, which gave me unprecedented access to a huge number of programs, diets, videos, exercise databases, articles on training, nutrition, supplements and more. It was a virtual tome of information related to all things relevant to my life as an emerging bodybuilder. (Yes, I found that I’m addicted to bodybuilding, just not with the purpose of competition). For me, the decision to become part of the JYM Army was a no-brainer. I pay more than $14 a month for satellite radio and that subscription does nothing to further my fitness goals!

I decided when I went back to the gym to roll with Jim’s Beginner to Advanced Program. During my injury, I watched and read as much as I could on Jim’s site about supplements and decided I would also try his JYM line. Granted, I was still skeptical of supplements. Since my harrowing experience with the aforementioned pre-workout, I’d tried several other products, only to find that the results they promised just weren’t there. I was pretty much resigned to the fact that most supplements promised quite a bit but fell short on the delivery. My thinking was that if they were only partially effective, that surely must be better than taking nothing at all. What a fallacy!

Another thing that impressed me was the transparency of the JYM line. This was the first time I was 100% sure of what was going into my body and the dosages as well. After one month of continual use of the entire JYM line, the products exceeded every expectation I had. I finished the Beginner to Advanced program and moved on to Shortcut to Size (Micro Muscle on jimstoppani.com). I’m currently on Phase 3 of the program and continuing to lose fat. I’ve started incorporating cardioacceleration into the workouts, where I usually run on the treadmill for 1 minute at 10.5-11.0 MPH between sets. I’m also adding lean muscle. I’ve added an inch to my biceps and, if I’d measured my chest before, I’m sure I’d find that it’s grown as well.

My wife has noticed the improved lean muscle I’m adding and for the first time in a long time, she’s also happy with my diet; it’s not only doctor-approved, but wife and RN approved, too! Even though I’m doing Shortcut to Size, I implemented the Shortcut to Shred diet because I still have some body fat to lose. I’m getting a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and dairy and I’ve never felt better while still getting lean!

The bottom line for me with regards to supplements is that they’re a tool. They supplement the nutrients I’m getting from whole foods. I’ve spent a small fortune on other supplements during the time of this transformation, and I’d love to have just a quarter of that money back to invest in JYM supplements. I trust the science behind the products, I trust the man behind the label and I know for a fact that these supplements just plain work.

 

- Jim McNab

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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