The last few post have been dedicated to building a fat burning engine and we’re starting from a basic warm up motion. Learn these variations and you can achieve your fat loss and fitness goals effectively and efficiently, even if you’re a beginner. We’re building slow, but we’re building and were focusing on doing it effectively and efficiently, the Fat X 101 way! This is the next variation to the warm up I’ve been showcasing, and the next step into building towards one of the best fat burning (metabolic process taxing) exercises I love, the Deck Squat Press. Here’s the quick demo! I’m listening folks, I’m keeping things short and sweet.
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Just do it! Gotta love Nike! They have one of the most memorable slogans in history. Unfortunately, when a tough workout is on the agenda, contrary to popular belief, I just don’t want to do it.
Luckily, I do have discipline in my arsenal and a few little tricks to get started. Starting is the key!
If you're like me, and have trouble starting a tough workout, any workout, or just simply starting anything, I hope this video helps.
Check back in as I have a few variations of the "rocking chair" I'll be uploading soon.
One great thing about the human body is that it is highly capable of adapting to stress. Exercise is a type of stress and your body will adapt to it. Whatever workout program you're doing, at some point, your body will adapt and results will plateau. Luckily, if you've found a workout method that works for you, a basic change, or small addition can fire up results once again.
An easy addition to a workout that can fire up results is a "workout finisher". The great thing about "finishers" is they can be relatively short, but can do a lot to kick start your results. They can focus on a weakness, a sports specific drill, or just a body part you want to add some extra attention to.
One of my favorite finishers is the "Burpee Lunge 101" finisher. It's great for legs, gluteal muscles (often referred to as glutes), and upper body pushing muscles. Your abs will also get in some work.
In this video I go over the finisher. Give it a try.