Fat Burning Workouts, Videos, Tips and Diet by Fitness Coach and Personal Trainer -Coach Rollie
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I've been doing fitness coaching/training professionally for about 10 years and in my experience, while my workouts are tough, getting the diet right is the toughest part. The diet tends to make or break someone's fat burning, weight loss and fitness goals. Here are two tips that will jump start your diet and get you on track to accomplishing your fat burning, weight loss and fitness goals.
Simple tip number one is to add a vegetable/vegetables or berries to every meal. Both vegetables and berries are highly nutritious and they tend to be low in calories. By adding vegetables or berries to every meal you will make that meal more filling and nutritious. Making your meals filling and nutritious is highly important if you want to succeed in fat burning, weight loss and fitness long term.
Simple tip number two is to include a protein source in every meal. Protein is what is going to help repair, build and maintain muscle. Muscle is very important in keeping your metabolism boosted. A boosted/fast metabolism will help you burn fat and lose weight short and long term.
If you're just starting out, don't try to get to complicated with your diet. Start with these two easy tips and adjust your diet from there as necessary. Good luck!
First of all let me make clear that leg and butt exercises are not just for women, men should be doing them too. Not only are leg and butt exercises good if you want to lose fat and tone up, but they're are very important in increasing your athleticism and fitness level.
Your leg muscles are large muscles that require a lot of energy to function, so by exercising those muscles, you burn a lot of calories and boost your metabolism significantly. So with that being said, here are the top three exercises that will work you lower body a.k.a legs and butt.
#1. Full Squats
Squat have gotten a bad reputation because most people do them wrong, placing the stress on the knees and not on the leg muscles. Check out Fat X workout 10 for an example of how to do full squats.
Lunges done properly require most of your leg muscle to work hard and unilaterally. Take a look at the second half of Fat X workout 3 for an example of how to to lunges.
#3. Cross Jumps
Cross jumps are a plyometric exercise that help you develop power, speed and explosiveness. Three things that are required in peak athletic performance. One of my training philosophies is to exercise to improve athletic performance and your physique will follow. Just take a look at the physiques of top athletes in sports. An example of cross jumps are also in Fat X workout 3.
Every week I answer a question or questions that are sent in to me regarding fat burning, weight loss, diet, fitness and or the Fat X program. Today's question was sent to me via Facebook and it's regarding yogurt on a weight loss diet.
I was wondering if I should add yogurt to my diet. I'm doing your fat loss program and it's going well so far, but I heard that yogurt is good for weight loss. What do you think.
Yogurt has health benefits but it has no direct link to weight loss/fat loss, at least none that I've read or heard about. With that being said, some yogurts do have a good amount of protein and yogurt is also good for your digestive system. So, indirectly it can help you in your fat loss/weight loss goals. I would be careful though as some yogurts are extremely high in sugar/carb content. Read the labels and choose wisely.