| E-mail| PrintHappy weightYesterday’s intro about intermittent fasting got a lot of attention so clearly a lot of you are interested in learning more about it. I hope many of you will take the time to read the free e-book I mentioned which explains everything in great detail. Dr Berardi spent six months testing many different methods before he wrote about it so he is truly speaking from experience.I am going to take the weekend to prepare my next blog about this topic, because it really is important to talk about every angle, positive and negative, and I want to be thorough.I have to say, much of what Dr Berardi explains in his book is spot on and as I have been exploring two of the IF methods it has been so helpful to have his experiences to draw from as reassurance when I am hitting the tough moments. My workouts at the gym have definitely been tough.But I will also say, I have had a lot of pleasant surprises too.In the meantime it’s important to know that IF is definitely not for everyone, and I would not recommend it to anyone unless they had a really good handle on the necessary basics of nutrition first. If you can’t even stick to a well balanced, clean diet 90% of the time without implementing fasting, you definitely won’t be able to keep a handle on it with IF
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Hooray for this HIIT!By Lisa ByrneI’m quite persnickety on what I like to share as a sound fitness plan in the form of a video demonstration.What I like in particular about this video is simple: they offer 3 levels of working out to this high intensity workout.That means that both Boomers and chicky-chicks can do this and everyone in between.The leader does the most intense workout.The gal on the right modifies the leader’s workout.Follow the gal on the left if you have issues to be aware of; want less intensity; or are new to this whole thing.They pretty much get right into the workout, so consider doing a 3 minute warm up yourself.Go get ‘em. « Pick Up Your Posture 1-2-3No comments yetLeave a Reply
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Apr 12th, 2013 Author: Andy Category: training H.I.I.T what is it? High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T) comes in a wide variety of forms with every trainer implementing their own ideas on the technique, but the key idea behind this training session remains the same. It involves short sharp high intensity workout periods followed by lower intensity breaks long enough that your body recovers and can perform at high intensities again. Although it is only now becoming a mainstream way of training the H.I.I.T principles have been around for years and implemented by top athletes all over the world.So why now is only just becoming popular
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Apr 12th, 2013 Author: Andy Category: training H.I.I.T what is it? High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T) comes in a wide variety of forms with every trainer implementing their own ideas on the technique, but the key idea behind this training session remains the same. It involves short sharp high intensity workout periods followed by lower intensity breaks long enough that your body recovers and can perform at high intensities again. Although it is only now becoming a mainstream way of training the H.I.I.T principles have been around for years and implemented by top athletes all over the world.So why now is only just becoming popular? Trainers for years have followed the same idea of long sessions working at a low intensity keeping the heart rate within the ‘Fat Burning Zone’ and although with the correct diet and discipline this can be a very effective method, the long sessions have become unpopular because clients just don’t have enough time.
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If you’re looking to lose body fat as quickly as possible, one concept that you must stop and pay attention to is metabolic resistance training.When many people approach their fat loss programs, they divide their workout up into two main components: weight lifting and cardio training.During the weight lifting workout sessions they focus strictly on lifting heavier and heavier weights (this is called progressive overload) in effort to increase muscle and strength.During the cardio side of their training, they work on increasing their heart rate in an effort to burn fat and calories.There’s absolutely nothing wrong with this approach, but, what if you could combine both of these concepts into one quick and extremely effective workout session?That is precisely what metabolic resistance training aims to accomplish.Let’s have a closer peek into what this concept is and how you can go about adding it to your workout regime.What Is Metabolic Resistance Training This form of training is going to have you quickly moving from strength movement to strength movement with very little rest in between.In some cases you may insert a cardio focused activity (such as star jumps or sprints) to break things up a bit, but the primary goal must be to stay moving as often as possible throughout the entire workout session.Note that this doesn’t mean that you should succumb to using very low weights, however. This isn’t a cardio ‘pump’ class that uses five pounders and provides few strengthening benefits.You still do want to be challenging yourself with a weight that works the muscles and brings them to a point of fatigue at around the 8-12 rep mark.This is imperative to creating those complete transformation results that you’re looking for. Light weights simply won’t have nearly the same impact on how your body looks as does using heavier, more challenging weights, so you must be sure not to lighten the load too much.Why This Is So Effective For Fat LossSo what are the benefits to doing such a workout program?
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HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Can HIIT really make you FIT for that 10km or half/marathon? With having the experience of doing all of the above I know what it’s like to have the focus and dedication that is required to complete any of these events, first hand! I know that the people who are part of the SOS Fitness Ethos not only want to finish these events, but also want to be the best that they can be and try to achieve a certain time or beat a previous placing.
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