Hey it’s your boy 7-Figure Sam here,

I have yet another KILLER done for you email courtesy
of my boy Michael Duivis.

Apparently after he send out my Alcohol and Fat Loss email he
received a ton of response.

In case you missed it Here is Alcohol And Fat Loss Part 1

So he wrote a follow up email and he gave me the green light
to share it with my Super Trainers…

Here is what he said….

Hey Sam, I sent out that email of yours yesterday on “Alcohol & Fat Loss” and got a ton of response again, so thanks for that.

I actually got so much response that I wrote a follow-up email, feel free to post it on Super-Trainer or whatever you want to do with it, here it is…..

So Copy and Pate Below ;)


Hey it’s [Your Name],  again with [your business name], hope you’re having a great weekend so far. And I HOPE you didn’t throw out all your alcohol after my last email…

Because after Thursday’s “doomsday” email on how drinking alcohol can set you back… I want to bring you some good news.

(and I better! I came into bootcamp Thursday morning and 3 clients said they wanted to shoot me)

(I think they were kidding. They said: “I want to shoot you, just kidding” but kept a straight face during the “just kidding” part……)

So, OK, yeah alcohol will slow down your fitness journey. That’s just how it is. BUT, let’s try to forget about its’ low nutritional value and the fact that it gives you a beer belly.

Because I just read something pretty cool…

It turns out, in a study of more than 18,000 men, Harvard scientists discovered that those who had an average of two drinks every day, 5 to 7 days a week, had the lowest risk of heart attack.

And researchers at the University of Buffalo found that men who consume that same daily amount have lower levels of abdominal fat than those who drink only once or twice every 2 weeks but down more than four drinks each time.

Am I making you happy?

Hope so… Also, if you love your wine, try drinking Pinot Noir. It contains more disease-fighting antioxidants than any other type of alcoholic beverage.

Look for a Santa Barbara County Pinot Noir that’s a 2002 to 2004 vintage; those are generally recognized as the top wine-producing years for this finicky grape. In fact, the 2003 Foley won ‘best in show’ at the San Francisco International Wine Festival

I think I can go to bed now, I feel safe :)