Old School New Body

There are many different fitness programs out there, all with promises that run the gamut of smaller bellies, bigger muscles, more energy, fewer cravings, or even eternal youth. One such program is Old School New Body, a fitness program  developed by the husband and wife team of Steve and Becky Holman. But does Old School New Body really work, or is it part of the old school of scams and empty  promises?

Product Overview

In general, Old School New Body promises to make people over the age of 35 look and feel 10 years younger than they really are. The program incorporates a good diet with moderate exercise: the diet is not a low fat one, but a high nutrition one; and the exercise is not rigorous or tiring, but focuses on specific problem areas.

The Old School New Body program uses an F4X training system, which comprises four cardio exercise routines which, together, constitute a total of 90 minutes of exercise a week. The diet plan occurs over three phases: weight loss, body sculpting and shaping, and body building.

What’s Included

The Old School New Body package sells for $27 and has a 100% money back guarantee within 60 days. This package includes PDF manuals to maintain a healthy body, how to burn fat, how to build muscle, sex and anti-aging secrets, health and happiness secrets, and additional audio interviews to increase motivation. These are all available on the official site through the ClickBank marketplace.


Steve and Becky Holman are the people behind Old School New Body. Steve, in particular, is a former editor of Iron Man magazine, and says that his experience with athletes has taught him the secrets to anti-aging techniques that make the body stronger and younger than it really is.


The official website of the Old School New Body fitness program is at www.oldschoolnewbody.com. The website is registered through GoDaddy and under the name John Rowley. John Rowley owns around 80 other domains, some of which are for Australian companies.


Old School New Body focuses on building muscle mass and using the metabolic and dietary system behind each human body to work for the body’s owner, leading to weight loss, larger muscles, and an overall younger look and feel. The Old School New Body chucks the low fat diet that most diet programs espouse, since less fat also deprives the body of the ability to synthesize the hormones that would help make workouts more efficient. Old School New Body uses cardiovascular exercises, which will tone the body as well as burn fat efficiently at around an hour and a half each week. The three-phase diet plan consists of focusing on weight loss; and then shaping and sculpting the body by changing the diet and using new techniques in weight lifting; and finally, building power muscles. The idea is that fad diets often make the body age faster due to the stress involved. What Old School New Body promises to do is to dispel the myths and make the body feel and look younger. Continued below….

Practical Application

The Old School New Body program has five major steps: first, no low fat diets. Fats are needed for the body to synthesize hormones such as testosterone, which contribute to overall strength. Second, no spinning: spinning might seem like good cardio, but it actually allows stress hormones to build up. Third, stop blaming age, because fitness has nothing to do with age. Fourth, drink a lot of water. Fifth, work out less, because longer workouts actually build up free radicals that can cause the body to age faster. To work out, people will need to do the four specific exercises outlined in the Old School New Body program.

Social Media

The Old School New Body program has its own Facebook page with 71 likes. There are also several websites registered as “exposing the scam” of Old School New Body, but actually are positive and glowing reviews of the program.