My Personal Old School New Body Review

I always wondered what people did ‘back in the day’ to look so good. Seriously, have you ever seen old photographs and wondered how people looked so fit and athletic? This is before the days of modern gyms, fancy and expensive diets and supplements.

Well, my questions were all answered with a program called Old School New Body that is actually based on this traditional approach to keeping fit and looking good both physically and mentally.

First, I want to tell you a bit about myself.

I have never been muscular or had that beach body that you see on TV. I was healthy enough and my body shape was OK if not a little skinny, but certainly it wasn’t anything I would want to show off. However, as the years have gone by, I have found that putting on weight is much easier which is never a good thing! So I started to do some research into how I could stop this happening and instead turn my body and mind into something that I am proud of.

The thing is I have never really liked modern medicine or modern supplements. I just don’t trust them because anything that can have such an effect on your body so quickly without exercise or a proper diet can’t be good for you in the long run.

This is how I came across Old School New Body.

What Is Old School New Body?

old school new body imageThe thing I love about it and the reason that I decided to write this Old School New Body review is because it focuses on traditional means of keeping fit, having a killer body and therefore, having a better physical and mental health.

The program is taken from research conducted by Boston Sports Clubs and, without getting too technical or scientific here, it showed that men and women who exercised regularly for 25 to 30 minutes produced much better results than those who perhaps did two 90 minute sessions a week. It is split into 3 phases that are detailed in a handy eBook format. Phase 1 looks at losing some weight (which was not that applicable to me, but I can see how well it would work for someone who might be overweight) and Phase 2 focuses on shaping your body by adding muscle. The last phase is optional and if you want to add serious muscle to your toned body, then this is the part for you.

What I found to be the great thing about Old School New Body is that it can be practiced pretty much anywhere and even if you don’t have access to an expensive gym then you can still get the results you need. Because it focuses on short bursts of exercise and training everyday rather than long periods, you can incorporate it into your daily routine which is much better for sticking with the program.


Advantages of Old School New Body

• A natural and traditional way to change your body shape
• It doesn’t advocate supplements, drugs or other unnatural products
• Can be practiced anywhere and by anyone
• Different levels of success from losing weight, becoming toned and having a bodybuilder figure
• Handy eBook format with instant access
• Can fit into your day even if you have a busy lifestyle
• Ton of added extras including workout guides, audio motivational interviews and diet plans

Disadvantages of Old School New Body

• Requires daily exercise and commitment which can be difficult to get into the rhythm
• No paperback option for traditional readers
• Results are quick but not ‘instant’


If you want to appear younger, while building a solid and attractive body through traditional means, Old School New Body is definitely for you. If you want results in 3 days, look somewhere else (pro tip: there are no programs that will produce results in a few days beyond unnatural or illegal methods).

Old School New Body will not only improve your physical health, but it can also reduce depression dn other mental conditions with the release of dopamine through exercise.

Taking the plunge and investing in Old School New Body is one of the best things I have ever done. Not only is the 20 to 30 minute exercise routines now a part of my daily life, I am in the best shape I have ever been in and this is all attributed to this wonderful program.

Thank you for reading!.