Fat Burning Workouts

Do This After Every Workout to (BURN 2X THE FAT)

Do this fat burning finisher after every workout to burn twice the fat. This video will teach you how to fat even that hard to get rid of belly fat. If you’re looking for real ways to lose weight fast without losing muscle try this workout. It’s a high intensity interval training workout designed to help burn those love handles with fat loss in general.

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Start With a Weight Training Workout: 0:33
Lipolysis: 2:10
High Intensity Interval Workout: 2:52
1st Exercise: 3:47
2nd Exercise: 4:15
3rd Exercise: 4:37
4th Exercise: 5:06
Sprinting: 5:37
Bad Diet: 6:02

What would you do if there really was a way to burn twice the fat from every workout, just by doing one thing at the end of every one of your workouts? For those of you that are looking for real ways to lose fat a little faster this video will help you do just that. Unlike magical fat burner pills, detox drinks, and the body wrap this is a fat burning hack that actually works. Which means that it involves work and effort. That’s how you actually know that it works its not the same old sit on your couch and get abs nonsense. I don’t want you to just take my word for it so let me explain how this method works. You want to start with one of your weight training workouts whether your working legs, chest and back, arms, or whatever muscle groups you want to work on…. this method will work because whenever you’re doing a weight training workout your body prefers to use a certain type of fuel source for the majority of your weighted workouts. This fuel is known as glycogen. Glycogen comes predominantly from carb sources and is stored mostly in your liver and in your muscles. Whenever we do anaerobic type exercises our body uses mostly glycogen and carbs to fuel the workout. The great news is that weight training is one of the most anaerobic forms of exercise that you can do. Meaning as long as you make sure you go heavy with your weights you will be burning a lot of carbs and glycogen during your weight training sessions. Now my heavy all I mean is that you should be trying to lift weight that brings you to failure somewhere between six to ten reps. I don’t care if that’s five pounds or 100 pounds as long as you can barely squeeze out that last rep within a range of six to ten reps. If you can go over ten reps without a problem then up your weight to ensure that your getting the maximum amount of results possible. Your weight training workout should be anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour long. At the end of that workout you should have exhausted a lot of that glycogen fuel stored up in your muscles and your liver, which is exactly what you need for this fat burning method to work. You see glycogen is the predominant source of fuel that your body prefers to use. However, it’s not the only source of fuel that your body can use. Once you run out of glycogen your body will begin to use fat for energy. This leads to the breakdown of fat. Your body breaks down fats into glycerol & fatty acids in a process known as lipolysis. The fatty acids can then be broken down directly to get energy, or they can be used to make glucose through a multi-step process called gluconeogenesis. By the way with this same process, amino acids can also be used to make glucose which is why I highly recommend that no matter what diet you’re doing to burn fat you don’t go over one gram of protein per pound of body weight, & many people shouldn’t even go that high. The point is after your weight training workout your glycogen stores will be exhausted & your body will be more likely to draw from fat stores for energy making this the perfect condition to burn some extra fat. So at the end of every one of your weight training workouts I want you to do a form of high intensity interval training. This post workout workout will only take you ten to fifteen minutes maximum, but it can really help you shred some extra body fat. I have two versions of this fat burning finisher for you. One of the versions involves running & i totally get that a lot of people aren’t big fans of running.The first version is done in a circuit style, which simply means that you’re going to move from one exercise to the next until your done with the entire circuit. The circuit includes four different exercises that you will time for intervals. it’s also very important that you time your break intervals for this workout to be super effective. Each exercise will be done for 60 seconds on before moving on to the next exercise again with no break. You get a 60 to 90 second break after completing all 4 exercises & then you repeat that circuit for two more sets for a total of 3 sets. The first exercise involves a step up & mountain climbers. You’re going to set up either a step about knee height or you can just use a bench. Face the bench sideways & step up & over four times.

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