Can you do anything to get flat, toned, defined abs quickly and easily?
You can. If you implement the following you will get much better results in a fraction of the time most people currently spend exercising.
So what is it?
I call it ’Extreme Interval Training.’
The majority of people I can get to try it far prefer it to conventional cardio training.
And they really love the results?
You have probably come across interval training at some point. Perhaps someone told you to do 1 minute quicker and 1 minute slower on the bike/treadmill?
That is what I would call ‘Introductory Interval Training.’
It gets you used to interval training without jumping straight into the deep end.
However if you are looking for seriously fast ab fat burning results, Extreme Interval Training is for you.
You work as hard as you possibly can for a certain period of time.
For example sprint as fast as possible.
On the bike peddle as hard as possible.
You should be able to maintain this intensity for 20-30 seconds.
Any longer than that you are not pushing hard enough. You should be REALLY tired by the end of each interval.
You need to take a good 2/2:30 minutes to recover between each interval. Don’t rush your recovery as you want to be able to reach the high intensity each time.
Aim to build up the number of intervals you do. If you can work up to 8 sprints you are doing very well.
Give it a go and enjoy the fantastic fat burning results.
Today’s Takeaway- High Intensity training is a much better fat burning than traditional cardio.
This entry was posted on May 31, 2009 at 9:32 am and is filed under cardio, Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
I have never done this before, but I have decided today I will offer you a very special gift.
Over the last few years I have been creating fast, effective home workouts for busy people just like you.
I have recently launched my 4 DVD Set entitled ‘Home Workout Success.’ It contains 50 5-minute workouts designed to burn fat from home in the minimum time possible.
I am offering you access to one of the workouts absolutely free!
Click the link below to get your free fat burning 5-minute workout in high definition video format;
I am sure you are going to love it and get a lot of benefit from it.
Do post a comment to let me know what you think.
Here’s the link again;
This entry was posted on May 28, 2009 at 7:07 pm and is filed under 5-minute-workout. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
If you suffer from upper back pain and or get tight muscles that cause you pain or discomfort you are not alone.
Most people learn to live with it, but little do they know with a couple of small changes to their current lifestyle you can get rid of it once an for all.
You need to do the following.
1/ Improve your posture.
If you spend a lot of time working at a desk, typing at a computer, or driving your posture probably isn’t great. Make sure your back stays as straight as possible and you are not leaning forward or hunching over. Also be careful you are not leaning or rotating sideways. Make sure your computer is straight in front of you.
2/ Get up and move around.
When you stay in the same position for too long your muscles will get stiff and are likely to seize up. Make sure you get up and move around at least every two hours.
3/ Chest Stretch
When you have a ‘forward-shoulders’ posture you upper back gets sore. In order to reverse the process you need to pull the shoulders back, an you can do this by stretching the chest.
The best way to do this is in a doorway. Put your arms either side of the door frame and lean your body forwards. You should feel you chest stretch. Hold the position for 30 seconds and do this 3 times a day.
There you have it - 3 simple steps to a pain free upper back!
Today Takeaway – Back pain is not someone you should just accept. You would feel so much more comfortable without it.
This entry was posted on May 27, 2009 at 12:38 pm and is filed under back-pain. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Too much focus is put on ‘what’ we eat sometimes.
Of course I regularly write on that subject too, its extremely important, but I don’t think enough focus is put on when we eat.
Does it make a difference when we eat?
Most people don’t think it really matters,however in reality it can make a big difference in three areas;
(1) Exercise performance.
(3) Energy levels.
If you can do something to increase your metabolism is you should, as it will ultimately mean you will burn more fat.
Therefore I will focus on that point!
Aim to eat something within 2 hours of exercising.
Don’t eat a main meal any closer to your workout as the food will still be digesting and that will leave you feel bloated when exercising.
After your workout should have a main meal, which should be high in protein, within 2 hours. However the sooner you eat the better.
In this ‘window’ the food (within reason) you put into your body will be used as energy as will not be stored as fat.
However if you eat after the 2 hour gap the food is more likely not to be used and will therefore turn to fat.
Today’s takeaway – Plan your eating times and you will get more out of your workout and optimize your fat loss results.
This entry was posted on May 26, 2009 at 7:14 pm and is filed under nutrition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.