Final Phase Fat Loss - Program ReviewRoket 09 Sep 2010 09:32 GMT
A perfect Final Phase Fat Loss is one that taps into every last calorie-burning, metabolism-boosting, lean muscle-building mechanism there is. By burning the maximum amount of calories during the workout, spiking the metabolism after the workout and causing absolute muscle fiber microtrauma (you have to break muscles down for them to build back stronger, which in itself requires lots of calories to fuel the process; not to mention the additional calorie-burning that will take place daily, thanks to the new lean muscle), your fat loss "force" will be firing on all cylinders.
So what type of Final Phase Fat Loss - Final Phase Fat Loss Review - Final Phase Fat Loss System on each of these blubber-torching mechanisms to the greatest and most prolonged extent possible? Well, I like to call such workouts my fat loss explosion routines, but really they're an intricate mix of cardio workouts, weight training workouts, plyometric training and body weight training. Here's how I create Final Phase Fat Losss that are "slim waist certified":
Final Phase Fat Loss Requirement #1:
Begin the workout with total body weight training. Simply put, this is more demanding and requires peak energy levels, which is why I like to begin with weight training. After a thorough warm-up, complete either an intense circuit, a superset, a quad-set or do straight sets with super short (30 seconds or less) rest periods. Workout like a maniac, making sure to include all muscle groups, for fifteen short, but very intense minutes.
Final Phase Fat Loss Requirement #2:
Follow up your intense fifteen minutes of weight training with some cardio work to finish off the metabolism and tear into deep, hard to reach fat stores. If you're worried about losing muscle mass, I recommend ingesting 20-30 grams of whey protein mixed with water, before starting the cardio portion of our Final Phase Fat Loss.
The cardio session can last anywhere from 5-45 minutes, depending on your fitness level and how quickly you'd like to see results. Choose to follow either a demanding body weight circuit that is mixed with plyometrics or you can perform interval cardio outdoors or on a piece of cardio equipment. I prefer to start my clients with an intense 6-minute body weight and plyometric combination circuit and then progress weekly from there.
If you're a relative beginner and your fitness level is lower, you may need to perform steady-state cardio until you're ready to work at a higher level of intensity. Start with 5-10 minutes of light jogging or walking on an incline and progress weekly from there, starting with an increase in intensity and then transitioning to a longer duration.
Fat Burning Workout Requirement #3:
Work to become more fit. Don't think about weight loss when you're approaching your workouts. Instead, focus on getting in better shape, getting stronger, more endured and more explosive as the weeks go by. When you train for performance your body is forced into fat loss, muscle toning and body sculpting.
This is exactly why performance athletes have such dynamite physiques - by designing their workouts to improve their abilities, a lean body with a slim waist is simply an awesome byproduct to a different motive.
Final Phase Fat Loss Requirement #4:
Workout as hard as possible, without overdoing it. This one's a slippery slope because it is possible to over-train and therefore diminish your weight loss results, especially when fat-storing stress hormones like Cortisol get released.
Having said that, most people are working out nowhere near the level they should be. Losing body fat is an easy concept, but very hard work. And it gets even harder as you make improvements, thanks to your body constantly working against you to keep things in "normal order."