Burn More Calories Than Running With These Four Moves
For millennia, the general rule of thumb has been this;
If you want to lose weight, the exercise you must do is running.
Running on the treadmill, in the park, on the pavement, it matters not...
Just as long as running is included in your weight loss plan, you'll do just fine.
Except, you don't do fine and it's only a matter of time until you have to do even longer runs just to burn a few more calories per day that don't make a whole lot of difference when it comes to transforming your body and seeing results.
Essentially, you've run into the proverbial brick wall.
Sorry, couldn't help myself 🙂
But what if you want better results in half the time?
You're probably going to want and need more bang for your buck exercise, than having to pound the pavement for an hour a day.
And so, rather handily, i'm going to share with you a way to burn more calories, more fat and build more lean muscle using just four exercises.
So that you can be in, and out of the gym in less than 30 minutes having cooked up a metabolic storm that will transform your body faster than you imagined.
What is this magical program?
Simply perform the exercises below in a sequence that you can follow in your gym (see table) and watch as you begin to melt away fat whilst seeing a toned body staring back at you.
All the results, half the time
Upper / Lower Supersets
Upper / Lower Giant Sets
Paired Giant Sets
A1. Bench Press
B. Bench Press
A2. Bench Press
A2. Hack Squats
A2. Bench Press
B1. Bench Press
A3. Hack Squats
D. Hack Squats
B2. Hack Squats
A4. Hack Squats
Why this program will work for you
Granted, this is a simple program.
But i understand that you might not have the luxury of a private personal training gym to play with, like our clients do, so i've opted for the program you can do and believe me the pay off in results can be huge should you jump in full throttle!
This program works because it stimulates your largest muscle groups directly and smaller muscle groups indirectly. This allows you to work the body as a whole, burn more calories as your weight on the bar / machine increases and stimulates more of the 'afterburn' effect that doesn't happen from running
(i.e. when you stop running, the number of calories you burn at rest is less than when you perform weight training, which increases metabolic activity even after you finished your last set)
So what are you waiting for?
Ditch pounding the pavement and start chasing your transformation results!
Yours in Health and Fitness,