Anyone that has achieved success in any realm of life understands the powerful quote, “You’re only as strong as your weakest link.” When it comes to fitness and fat loss, this holds true and you must seek out and understand your weakest link to improve and succeed. In my experience, many times, a person’s “core”, abs and muscles of the lower back, are often the culprit in them not improving. Even worse, it’s often the culprit in injuries caused by physical activity. In this article, I’ll go over a basic core exercise. I’ll discuss it’s importance as well as tips and tricks to do it correctly so that your core will not be a weak link. A strong core will quickly help to improve your fat loss and fitness results.
The Battle the Beast workout features 4 great exercises. Just like the other workouts on my roster, it’s designed not only to be effective, but to also be practical and efficient. If you can spare 20 minutes, then this fat burning workout will give you a great ROI (return on investment) when it comes to time and effort. Kim, a fellow fitness trainer helped me demo this workout. By the way, she’s 42 and has a great transformation story, but, I’ll leave that for another day. Take a look at the fat burning Battle the Beast Workout. Below the video, I’ll go into details.
The Slam and Spin fat burning workout is another of my easy yet highly effective set ups. This workout requires very little fitness equipment. The concept is simple, but, the research behind the method is dense and proves the effectiveness. It’s basically a twist on the powerful and effective HIIT (high intensity interval training) method. Check out the video workout demo. Below the video, I’ll go into some useful tips and tricks for the exercises and the workout.
Losing body fat and keeping it off long term requires more than just tough metabolic process taxing workouts (fat burning workouts). I’ve found that a very important component in fitness and the fat loss process is active rest. For those of you that have done the 12 Day Fat X Program, you know that day 9 features an active rest activity. Active rest is a lower intensity activity or workout that’s less intense, but longer in duration. There’s many benefits to active rest. Hiking is one of my favorite active rest activities and when I personally put someone through the Fat X Program, I take them on a hike on day 9 or workout 9. In this post, I’ll go over the benefits of active rest, and 3 important reasons why I like hiking and how it’s a great compliment to a fat burning workout plan.
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