Ex-eastenders actress Hannah Waterman lost a fantastic 2 stones in 2 months recently. Check out the transformation below! Even better than losing the weight, she seems to be keeping it off. Hannah employed a specific form of training to burn the fat, so what’s her secret?
INTERVAL TRAINING. This is the method used to generate these fantastic results. Interval training can take many different forms, which I will go into, but basically it involves doing short bursts or exercise where you work as hard as you can. This is what stimulates your metabolism and gets you burning fat.
Example 1 – One way Hannah successfully used interval training was with running/jogging. Don’t panic if you hate running, you can use the following example for many other activities. You could jog for 2 minutes, then for 30 seconds increase the speed and work as hard as you can. Repeat this sequence 6-8 times. You could replicate this workout using a bike, cross trainer, rower. etc. The important thing is you work as hard as you can during the 30 second phase.
Example 2 – Do a varied workout, going from one exercise to the next in quick succession working as hard as you can. So you might do press-ups for 20 seconds, squats for 20 seconds, then sit-ups for 20 seconds, etc. You should do up to 5 minutes total workout before taking a rest. The good thing about this form of interval training, is you can design the workout so when one body part is tired you then work a different body part. This allows you to keep going for longer than example 1 would allow.
Today’s Takeaway - There are many different examples of interval training. But when used correctly, it can generate excellent fat loss results as Hannah Waterman has shown.
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