Hey everyone, I want to let you know that our Kindle eBook, The Fat Loss Habit is available for FREE DOWNLOAD until Saturday, September 9th. The book will be available in PRINT later this month. The AUDIOBOOK will be available in late October 2017. I would greatly appreciate it if you could leave a brief REVIEW of the book. Your review will have a HUGE … Continue reading FREE DOWNLOAD PROMOTION – Our Kindle eBook The Fat Loss Habit!
The book contains:
•7 Change Strategies for Adopting a Healthy Lifestyle
•A Flexible Diet Program that Doesn’t Put Any Foods Off-limits, including Alcohol
•20-Week Workout Log with Progress Assessments (Downloadable PDF)
•3 Strategies for Resetting your Body Weight Set Point to Keep the Weight Off
•A Training Program Based on Science, not Bro Science.
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1) Focus on Creating a Caloric Deficit, Not Exercise to Reduce Body Fat
· Plan your meals, don’t eat by accident.
· Use MyFitnessPal to log everything you eat or drink as accurately as possible to create a caloric deficit. The average person underestimates their daily caloric intake by 500 calories.
· You can’t out exercise a bad diet. Focus on restricting food intake, then exercise.
2) Prioritize Strength Training Workouts Continue reading “Top 5 Priorities of Effective Fat Loss and Looking Great”
3 Reasons Why a Natural Lifter Should Never Train Like Someone Using Steroids:
1) You’ll end-up out training your ability to recover by performing too many sets/too much volume.
2) You’ll elevate your cortisol levels too high to recover from your workouts.
3) You’ll train too light to build muscle and strength.
The I’ll Do What They’re Doing Trap Continue reading “Why a Natural Lifter Should Never Train Like Someone Using Steroids – How Naturals Should Train”
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One of the simplest program designs I have come across is the 3 to 5 Strength Building Plan. I found it in Kettlebell Rx by Jeff Martone. Perform 3 to 5 weekly strength training workouts. Perform 3 to 5 basic exercises in a circuit. Perform 3 to 5 sets of each exercise. Perform 3 to 5 controlled repetitions per set, stopping one or two reps short of failure. Rest 3 to 5 minutes between sets and shake out the tension in the muscles. It’s as simple as it is effective. Probably better than 95% of the programs you’ll find in the current Muscle and Fiction magazines. Continue reading “Building Muscle and Strength Made Simple – The 3 to 5 Program”