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Speed Kills (Fat)

Lose Weight By Training Like a Sprinter

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There are too many workout programs today that try to reinvent the wheel. Humans were made to run and run fast! You think when people had to hunt for food that they would go for a light jog for an hour? Not a chance! They ran with everything they had to catch their food and if you want to lose weight, and you should too. Speed training is one of the most effective workouts for people who don't have the time to workout for a long time, but still want to lose weight.

We are going to treat you like an elite athlete. Before you can lose weight, you need to change how you see yourself. When you see yourself as being overweight it comes with habits that don't help you to lose weight. When someone is overweight it can carry connotations like being lazy, an over-eater, and someone who can't lose weight. From this day forward you're an athlete because when you will begin to see yourself as an athlete and adopt habits that are in line with your new self-image. You will see yourself as a hard worker, someone who loves to workout, someone in good shape and many other positive associations.

As you are going through this course, you will be treated like a high level athlete, and at first it will feel weird. Over time your perception will start to change and before you know it, you will no longer see yourself as someone who is trying to lose weight. Instead you will see yourself as an athlete getting into the best shape of your life. Once you get started with Speed Kills, your entire self-image will change for good.

Think about this for a second. When was the last time you saw a high level sprinter that was chubby or fat? Don't worry we will give you time...

Its hard to think of a person because it doesn't happen and the reason why is because "fat doesn't fly". Type "100m Sprinter" into Google and start counting the overweight people that you see.

If you want to be a great sprinter, you need minimal body fat because it does not help you but at the same time you also need lean muscle mass. That is what separates distance runners from sprinters. Distance runners will have low body fat but they rarely have lean muscle mass as well. You don't want to just be skinny, you also want to be strong and have a toned body. By the end of this program you will be thinking about using your new wheels and signing up for some Masters track and field races.

We have you covered on everything including:

  • Workouts
  • Lifestyle
  • Injury Prevention
  • Printable Documents
  • How to Warm Up
  • Proper Technique
  • Plyometrics
  • Weight-room workouts
  • Sleep and Hydration Tips
  • Speed Training Philosophy


One Big Problem You Have Always Had

The reason you have struggled to lose weight up until this point is because you never had something to aspire for. Yes you may have wanted to lose some fat but outside of that your mind knew there was no reason to work hard at it. When you start thinking and seeing yourself as a sprinter and putting yourself in the frame of mind, it will give you a goal. You don't have to go and run a race, but by the end of this you know you will be able to.

Well some of your friends are running for hours to train for a marathon, you will be doing workouts on grass that last 30 minutes and are much healthier for your body. While training for a marathon means you always need to be outside, you can train inside on many different surfaces and stay warm. While they can't understand how they have been jogging for years and have not lost weight, you will see the pounds fly off while also gaining muscle mass.


Your Instructor


Ian Warner
Ian Warner

Ian Warner is the founder of Habit Stacker and he has dedicated his life to helping people to build positive habits. He ended up earning a full scholarship to Iowa State University where he was an all Big 12 Athlete, All-American, and a 2012 Olympian. Through out his career running track, Ian has had a lot of success helping countless people to lose weight by training like a sprinter. Ian realized that when most people run they usually opt to jog instead of picking up the intensity and sprinting and he lives to change that.


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"This is an excellent program for people who are tired of being pathetic. The course changed my entire mindset towards working out and by seeing myself as an athlete, I kept asking myself all day what would an athlete do? Would an athlete get the salad and chicken breasts or would they get the doughnut and coffee? I started making better lifestyle choices and my waist line reaped the benefits.

- Donovan Myles

"When I was in college, one of my friends told me to do Ian's speed training program and I thought she was crazy. I was already running on the treadmill a lot and I did not see how his program would work. I hated my legs the most as they had a tonne of cellulite and just were so chunky. I had nothing to lose though so I tried his program out and the result were incredible. I hated the workouts but they produced results in a few weeks and I only needed to work out for about an hour. In total I lost about 20 pounds in 6 months and was in the best physical shape of my life."

- Rachael Wolf

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. We suggest you start and get to working out as quickly as possible so you can lose the weight you want to lose.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 14 days and we will give you a full refund.
Can I Do This With My Kids?
You bet you can. We have run track here at every level from elementary schools to the NCAA all the way to the Olympics. The key children under 18 is to keep the volume of work low so they don't burnout.

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