Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Cheap Bodybuilding Meal Example: 10 Minute Tuna Recipe

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How to be Successful at Fat Loss

You are going to have to get your metabolic rate elevated in order to be successful at fat loss. The way to make this happen is to stop doing traditional aerobic exercises, and begin a new program that features interval and resistance patterns.
 Right now there is no better way to burn fat than this way. If you want to know what resistance training and intervals are, you’ve come to the right place. This combination workout is designed to help you build muscle and burn fat all at the same time, so you get a great body faster.
These are fast workouts that let you stay out of the gym rather than spend hours there on the cardio gear.
You shouldn’t do traditional, slow cardiovascular work because it has been scientifically proven to be ineffective for weight loss.
 That’s why so many people spend more and more time doing it, trying to get some results. Another thing about combining cardiovascular sessions with intervals is that you get done in less time. Granted, you have to be very intense, but at least you get to reclaim a good portion of your life from the fitness center.
Then again, with traditional cardiovascular routines it’s hard to get your arms and abs trimmed and ripped in that mode.
 Strengthening and interval work, combined with 
proper nutrition will get the entire body involved, giving you a sexy,
 god/goddess-like body.
Bounce Boot Camps can provide this kind of workout for
Bounce is now offered 3 days a week!!
Monday-Tuesday & Thursdays
At 5:30PM each night at:
Big Foot High School Fitness Center
(behind the school)
401 Devils Ln.
Walworth, WI 53184
for more info. 

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Do this exactly ONCE per week (for max fatloss)

If there's one thing that causes more unnecessary panic and stress,
 it's the dag-gone scale.

People literally FREAKING OUT because the scale reads one pound more today than it did yesterday.

So today,We're here to help you with some facts and a bit of advice.

#1 - that's NORMAL. If you weigh yourself every day, you're going to see fluctuations in weight throughout the week (mainly due to daily water fluctuations). That's normal and to be 
expected, especially if you're utilizing a program that cycles carb and calorie intake like Cheat Your Way Thin, Fat Loss Factor, or  Xtreme Fat Loss Diet.

The solution?

NEVER weigh yourself more than once a week. Period. Anything more than that and you're just screwing yourself psychologically. The scale will inevitably jump around and instead of staying focused on your fat loss plan and your goals, your thoughts become consumed with a number (that for all intents and purposes is unreliable on a daily basis).

So when 
should you weigh yourself?

The key is to keep things as consistent as possible throughout the measuring process:

*Same scale

*Same day each week

*Same time of day

*Same circumstances

For example, if you have a Cheat Day on the same day each week, We recommend taking your scale reading on that day, first thing in the morning before eating or drinking anything, on the same scale each week, unclothed. Taking measurements in this fashion will give you a pretty good idea of the type of results you were able to achieve from the previous week.

Perhaps an even better indicator of progress is your waist measurement, and as such we recommend taking a waist measurement along with your scale reading each week. Again, same measuring tape, some spot (around the navel), same set of circumstances, etc.

Even if for some fluke reason the scale doesn't budge one week, as long as your waist measurement decreases you can rest assured that you're losing fat because your fat stores are 

So, if you're someone who steps on the scale daily, or even worse sporadically throughout the week at different times of day, do yourself a favor and STOP. Move to once-a-week progress measurements for a much more reliable, stress-free indicator of progress.

These tips are all part of the Fat Loss Factor Nutrition program. 
 For more information on this amazing fat loss system click Here.


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