Today I wanted to give you five quick but essential fundamentals or tips to fully realising your fat loss goals. But also as well as losing the stubborn fat and getting on the path to the body you want, these 5 also mean you preserve the valuable lean muscle that in effect is your body’s fat burning furnace and the reason you actually blast calories at all.
So below I give you the 5 that if understood and made a part of your fitness lifestyle will not fail to deliver you results.
Well its nearly here, in fact by the time you read this it will be – 2010. Wow, time flies. I’m actually visiting my Brother, family and friends back in England and will probably be nursing a New Year’s Day hangover (yes, I do have a bit of alcohol sometimes!) with my Brother as I don’t always get time to spend with him: He’s a Firefighter in England, I’m a fitness pro in Colorado USA… We’ve both talked about our goals for 2010 and once the dust settles on the celebrations and we recover we’ll both begin our plan of attack for the new year and the list of goals we have set…
Nobody is saying that a full-on, 30-40 minute workout with correct compound exercises and the right intensity is not great for our fat loss goals. But what should also be thrown into the mix of results based training is ‘short-burst’ exertion training that is considered the ‘missing-link’ for true fat loss results.
For years a majority of trainees have trained in a certain way, up to certain intensity levels and ultimately reaped a specific level of conditioning. Today the conditioning landscape is changing more than any other time in fitness history. This is a damn good thing!
If a persons abdominal / six pack abs workout is structured incorrectly a lot off effort used will only produce minimal results. When you train abs you need to remember the 3 sided jigsaw approach so results are relative to effort…its not hard – you just need to know how…