I stumbled on the Abs After 40 YouTube video, of which took forever to watch. Mark just kept talking in circles, and what could have taken maybe 15 minutes, turned out to be almost an hour.
He showed a blurred out picture of Stallone, making the inference that he was a client/customer. At that point, I knew this was BS, failing to disclose that Stallone is an HGH user, which is EXACTLY what I believe Mark is as well.
I do agree that the increase of testosterone decreases fat through multi-jointed exercises, as I a personal trainer myself. So once I reached the point of the video where this "breakthrough info" would be costing me $97, I opted out.
The next day I received a call telling me that "they were going to go ahead and unlock the membership site" or something, with me responding with "no thanks, I'm not interested because I don't believe it."
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend