Venus Factor Vs Fat Loss Factor – Which Is Right For You?
Most of us will be unhappy with our weight at some point in our lives. Since the advent of the internet, the weight loss industry has gone through an explosive boom. For years, everybody was suddenly a diet expert,
coming up with ever stranger things that would supposedly help us melt off the fat as if by magic. Luckily, we have started to understand that fad diets and crazy workouts no longer work. We have woken up to the fact that the internet is not always a reliable resource library, but rather that we have to do additional research in terms of what works and what doesn’t work. As such, the market of truly good workout and diet programs has become considerably smaller. Two programs that have consistently come out as being really good are the Venus Factor (VF) and the Fat Loss Factor (FLF). They both use a mathematical equation at their heart, but using two different angles.
Naturally, there is no need to ever follow more than one diet and exercise program. Usually, this is impossible anyway and, more often than not, if it isn’t impossible, it would
be terribly unhealthy. Indeed, it would not be possible to do both the VF and the FLF, as they would conflict with each other. So which one of the two should you choose?
What Are the Two Programs?
The Venus Factor is a diet and exercise program that focuses almost solely on the feminine form (there is also a male version, which is the Adonis Golden Ratio). The Fat Loss Factor is about burning any fat that you have no business carrying, whether you are a man or a woman. This makes the two programs very different, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that one is better than the other. Take a look at my comparison chart below to gain a greater insight into just what their differences are.
Venus Factor and Fat Loss Factor Comparison
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How to Choose between the Two
So which one of the two should you choose? This is a decision that will be personal to you, but there may be a few things that you want to consider. First of all, if you are male, the choice is going to be really easy (although you may want to consider the Adonis Golden Ratio). However, if you are a woman, you will have to consider which is one is going to work best for you. You may want to ask yourself a number of questions to help you come to a decision.
First of all, how difficult do you find it to stick to a diet? The FLF is very nutrition centered and even starts with a one week detox program. If you struggle with sticking to a diet, then this one may not be for you. On the other hand, if you don’t have the willpower to limit yourself and what you eat, and need the structure of a diet, then you may want to avoid the VF. The nutritional recommendations in here are quite loose and it puts the responsibility of not having that piece of chocolate cake in your own hands.
You should also consider your workout program. Do you like working out? What sort of equipment do you own? Do you have a gym membership? The Venus Factor focuses very strongly on working out and does require you to be committed to the program for 12 weeks. On the other hand, all the exercises described in the program can be done at home and don’t require you to invest in any machinery or equipment or a gym membership. With the Fat Loss Factor, which focuses much more strongly on your diet still has workouts included as well.
Both programs have similar benefits. They cost the same, offer great support and have excellent customer service and a 60 day money back guarantee. Neither is a crash diet, meaning you won’t put your health at risk by following these programs. Do bear in mind, however, that the VF is not suitable for those who severe amounts of weight to lose; go with Fat Loss Factor instead.
The Final Verdict
Both are great programs but it comes down to:
If you want to get a more feminine (hour glass) shape then I recommend the Venus Factor.
If you are strictly trying to lose weight using mainly your diet, then Fat Loss Factor is for you.
If you are still not sure, I have written individual and more detailed reviews on both and I recommend you read both of them to gain a greater insight into the ins and outs of both programs. This will help you to make the right decision for you.
I do strongly recommend both programs, so you can’t make a wrong decision.