Furious Pete, blogger and eating champion, shows you how to get the body you’ve always dreamed of in just five hours, without even having to deprive yourself of your favorite foods.
In fact, Furious Pete says you can eat potato chips and drink two litres of cola and still achieve the look.
Worth $60 billion-a-year in America, the dieting industry is big business and many advertisements feature before and after shots to show you just how effective the product is.
Men and women with protruding, flabby stomachs and undefined arms and abs are often compared with the after shot of rippling six packs, bulging biceps and toned torsos.
Furious Pete, who according to his website is the world’s greatest eater, shows how the effect can be achieved in just five hours.
The man says: “Most of the time it’s hard to believe that a supplement or training programme can make you look like this.”
Then, Furious Pete shows you how, by first preparing for his after shot.
In the video, Furious Pete tells viewers to get themselves to the gym, where they should “pump as much iron as possible”.
“The first step is to reverse the process. Go to the gym and do as many bicep curls, tricep push downs and chest presses,” he says.
“Make sure you are as vascular as humanly possible.”
Furious Pete then recommends going on a tanning bed so you can be as “tan as humanly possible”. After that you should set up some good lighting and rub yourself in cooking oil.
Furious Pete shows off the buff and slick after picture, which he admits he slightly Photoshopped.
Now, for the before picture.
Pete says: “Take two hours off, you worked hard. Rest up and make sure the vascularity disappears. Grab a bag of chips and down all of them.
“Grab yourself a two litre bottle of pop and drink it all. Diet pop works even better because it has more carbonation and will make your stomach even bigger.”
Furious Pete then recommends drinking chocolate milk, saying: “It will bloat the hell out of you.”
Then, the before shot is complete. Pete stands with his stomach hanging over his pants and the bulging biceps from just hours before have disappeared, proving that we “shouldn’t believe everything we see”.