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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Monday, February 11, 2013

Top 10 Fat Burning Body Tips!

Fat Burning Body Tip No 1. Upon waking first thing in the morning drink a glass of warm water with fresh squeeze lime, the drink helps to alkaline your body for fat burning.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 2. Exercise first thing in the morning as the body will burn fat first!
Fat Burning Body Tip No 3. Eat breakfast first thing after your early morning workout it continues to keep your metabolism up!
Fat Burning Body Tip No 4. Strength train regularly - ensure to add lean muscle to your body, the more lean muscle you have the more effective your body is at burning fat. muscle burns fat!
Fat Burning Body Tip No 5. Eat regularly 5-6 small meals per day this helps to ensure you keep your metabolism up and continue to burn fat.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 6. Limit alcohol intake, remember alcohol is a toxin once it enters the bloodstream the first thing the body wants to get rid of is toxins so it will stop you from burning fat. Have several alcohol free days in your week.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 7. Exercise regularly, 3-4 workouts a week will maintain your body shape, 5-6 will start to change your body shape.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 8. Do interval training - select a cardiovascular exercise for you either running, riding, skipping, swimming, and do 1min fast pace and 1min slow pace do this for 5-10mins this will ensure you are burning fat not during your workout however the best effect is after the workout is complete.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 9. Drink plenty of water - ensure to drink 8 glasses of water per day.
Fat Burning Body Tip No 10. Another good fat burning tip is learn not to eat, at least, 2 hours before you go to bed, You'll be amazed at what this simple tip alone can do for keeping your weight down. Eating anything before you go to bed means you'll be wearing that as fat. Think about that next time you want a late night snack.
Good luck!

Friday, February 8, 2013

TOP 5 Exercises to Burn Fat






Thursday, February 7, 2013

Fat Burning Body Planner

Ever person visiting this blog purchases the Fat Burning Body Product and some feedback I have is a planner needs to go with the Fat Burning Body product so as my gift to you below is a weekly planner to help you incorporate the program into your life.

Remember the goal is to be consistent, disciplined and progress to ensure success!!

Beg- DAY1 B/W Weights DAY2 HIT DAY3 B/W Weights DAY4 HIT DAY5 B/W Weights/Pilates DAY6 HIT DAY7 Rest

Int- DAY1 Weights DAY2 HIT DAY3 Weights DAY4 HIT DAY5 Weights DAY6 HIT DAY7 Rest

Adv- DAY1 Weights DAY2 HIT DAY3 Weights DAY4 HIT DAY5 Weights DAY6 HIT DAY7 Rest
4-6wks increase increase increase

Once you have reached 6wks start to mix up your program days and intensity to ensure your body continues to change.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Fast Fat Burning with 3 Essential Strategies to apply

Most people know what to do with losing weight and building muscle with the increase in health benefits of having more energy, feeling fit, less stress and looking great.

Although, some people are still training in the gym spending countless hours exercising to achieve these results and not working hard enough. This way may get results in the long run, but who wants it to take too long and you may not be burning any fat.

The mystery to training for a lean, strong and healthy body does require proper strategies that are often ignored or misunderstood by those doing it. The main 3 strategies are:
1. Intensity
2. Frequency & Volume
3. Progression

Intensity is how much effort you apply to the workout given your level where you are at. The Frequency and volume is how often you perform or work the particular fitness component or muscle area. The progression is the increase in result.

The majority of the time for weight training people are getting distracted during the workout period and it goes on for to long just going with the feeling or with the ego I’ve got to lift a certain weight number and unfortunately aerobic exercise can get the same talk to people or watch television and not much intensity happens.

Weight training is a form of anaerobic exercise training energy of the cardiovascular system it must be done at a high intensity, low volume and frequency and with progression to be as effective as possible.

Toning for weight training is only a term not a level you work out to. Weight training worked out at a high intensity will activate and tear the muscle fibers to get any real results from the muscles and to change the shape of your body. It is when the variables are changing such as the frequency and volume in your workout which include the weight you lift or the number of repetitions you do that your body will evolve and become a fat burning machine!

More important is the rest period after the intensity and volume, when you tear your muscle fibers they need time to recovery and repair itself in order to overcompensate and build on the muscle you have strengthen, if you workout while your muscles are sore you will experience tiredness and fatigue quicker. Generally with weight training you should rest for 1-2 days, before you work the muscle again.

So for a fast, lean, mean healthy body and to have a fast fat burning body, putting on lean muscle is the key. Now women don’t despair you won’t get bigger as you don’t hold enough testosterone in your body to get big. You also would need damn good genetics for this to occur and this is a mild few. Don’t get put off by the muscle magazines as some maybe taking anabolic steroids or growth hormones for competitions.

Now remember when you add lean muscle you will actually look smaller as lean muscle takes up less space in your body than fat. If in the beginning you feel like you look larger give it time and change your diet as the fat burning furnace will come through. You may have a few layers of fat sitting on top of the muscle which is what you are aiming to burn off. Stick with it to achieve the body you desire and continue with these 3 essential strategies.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Interview with Donny Henderson-Smith Competitive Body Builder - PART 1

1. What is the best exercise to burn fat?
To achieve the best fat burning result we should use a combination of cardiovascular and resistance training. It is the training intensity that determines what energy systems that our bodies use. Stored fat can be utilised as an energy when training at the correct intensity. It’s a common mistake people make when they decide to shed some unwanted kgs, they hit the treadmill or elliptical trainer and go as hard as they physically can. At the end of the session they are exhausted and feel like they have run a marathon however once the heart rate goes over approximately 140bpm we can’t get enough oxygen in to break down fats as an energy so what they have achieved is improved cardiovascular and repertory function not the fat reduction they we aiming for. Resistance training is a very useful tool for body fat reduction as well as reshaping the body. As resistance training uses a greater amount of muscle function then majority of cardiovascular training we actually burn quite a lot more calories not only while we are performing the exercises but for a period of time after the session giving us a greater calorie expenditure then cardiovascular training. When we train a muscle under load the fibres become partially damaged and broken down. With the correct nutrients the fibres repair and regrow thicker and stronger. It is during this repair state that our bodies are utilising a portion of ingested calories thus leaving us with a smaller amount of “unused” calories which if not used will be stored. This is more apparent in resistance training then cardiovascular training. I personally use higher intensity resistance training more than cardiovascular in my competition prep as it allows me to maximize muscle fibre stimulation and keep my heart rate in the ideal range for fat burning (120-140bpm). This includes circuit style training and higher repartition sets with shorter rest periods.