You are surfing the web and you come across the newest routine that is guaranteed to add 10 pounds of muscle the first month you use it. You read the testimonials about how awesome this program has been for everyone who has used it. Interestingly, some of the people in the testimonials look very familiar—like you’ve seen them before. The fact is that you probably have seen their faces on other testimonials.
Don’t rush to grab your credit card or Paypal login. Resist the temptation to buy the program on the spot. That program will be there tomorrow or even next week. Amazingly, even that special price will most likely still be available.
Google is Your Friend
Take the time to use Google to find out if the claims being made are true. Look for people who have used the program and see what they have to say about it. In short—do your research. In the long run it will save you alot of money and a little bit of trouble. You may be amazed by the information you find. In today’s world nothing is hidden for long. People publish reviews of everything and that is going to be in your favor. It is possible that the program really does work. You will find out by using your friend, Google.
The last thing to do is to determine if the information being sold to you is available for free on the web. When I say “available for free,” I do not mean a bootleg copy of the program you are looking at. I mean is the information being presented available to you for free. We spoke about the High Intensity Training program that is making the rounds currently and how you could get every bit of that information for free on the internet. Make sure that isn’t the case with the program you are looking at.
Only after you have done your research in all areas should you make a decision to buy. Follow these guidelines today and you will avoid the light wallet syndrome later.