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Burning Questions: Restarting a Weight Loss Journey

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In my “Burning Questions” segment, I pick out a reader submitted fitness question that I think could help others achieve their fitness and fat loss goals. A few days ago, Ashley W. sent me an e-mail and shared some of her struggles with weight loss.  If you have a fat burning, workout, diet and or any other fitness related question, feel free to e-mail me, or contact me via one of my social media accounts and I will answer it in Burning Questions. Here’s Ashley’s e-mail: 

Hey Coach, 

Two Fat Burning Mistakes You Might Be Making

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Fat loss can be extremely difficult, especially when you fall victim to common mistakes that most people are making.  I’ve been a professional fitness trainer (a.k.a fitness coach, personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach) since 2001 and since that time there are two mistakes that continue to pop up with people that have fat burning goals and get stuck.  The secret to my success is that I never focus on fat loss or weight loss, I focus on performance!  I’m a strong believer that even if your goals are purely aesthetic, the quickest most long lasting results will happen when you train to perform better physically.  To help your body perform better, it’s important to engage in high quality workouts and to follow a high nutrient diet.  

Coach Rollie Fitness Trainer Q & A

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In the next few months, I’ll be featuring some fitness professionals here at Fat X 101.  To get the ball rolling, I thought I’d answer some FAQs that are asked of me via e-mail, on my social networks, and in person.  I’ll be using the same format for other featured fitness trainers, coaches, and health experts.  If you’d like to be featured, feel free to send me an e-mail.  

Let’s get this Q & A going! 

How long have you been a fitness trainer?

Tips for the Fat Burning Eagle Rock Workout

My Eagle Rock Workout has become a favorite in the free Fat X 101 bonus workout series. The exercises in this workout are simple, yet extremely effective.  With that being said, I do get asked questions on it.  In this article I will be answering some of them.  Check out the free workout video demo.  Below, I’ll get into some tips on how you can make the Eagle Rock Workout effective for you, whether you have the exercise equipment, or need alternatives exercise ideas.  

The Eagle Rock Workout is a full body workout involving a pushing exercise movement, a pulling exercise movement and a lower body/leg exercise.  For the original post on this workout go here: http://www.fatx101.com/2014/01/eagle-rock-fat-burning-workout.html  

If you don’t have the equipment, or uphill running area, here are a few options to get a similar training effect.  

Burning Questions: Should I Go Heavy?

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When I first started Fat X 101 back in 2008, I had a weekly segment where I would answer reader submitted questions.  By popular request, I’m bringing it back and titling it “Burning Questions”. If you have a fat burning, workout, diet and or any other fitness related question, feel free to e-mail me, or contact me via one of my social media accounts and I will answer it in Burning Questions.  

Today’s question was sent to me via Facebook:

Fat Burning and the Importance of Cortisol

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For long term health, fitness, and fat loss (fat burning) success, understanding cortisol and the role it plays in your body is absolutely crucial. Cortisol is important for survival, but allowed to run wild can be a huge detriment to your health, fitness, and fat loss goals.  Are you having trouble sleeping?  Are you having trouble losing body fat?  These are just two signs that you might be letting cortisol run wild.  Let me get into the importance of cortisol first, and then I’ll go into how too much can derail your health, fitness and fat burning goals.  

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