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Build a Time Saving and Effective Fat Burning Workout

December 30, 2009

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The most common reason people put on weight and fail to exercise is lack of time. Obviously, anyone who has a hectic schedule like busy mums and corporate executive would struggled to make that kind of time for workout. So should busy people resigned to fate that they have to give up their health and gain weight or live with minimal results even if they try to exercise a little?

That is not the excuse. You should know that if you can combine the short workouts and healthy eating habits, you will get the maximize results of weight loss.

For quick and effective weight training, make sure to perform only the multi-jointed exercises that targets multiple muscle groups all at the same time. It not only saves times by maximizing the most calories it also train and tone as many muscle groups as possible at the same time. So what some examples of such exercises? Squats, lunges, burpee, push up and deadlifts. You can use many others as long it is an exercise that does not isolate a single muscle part. Be sure to steer away from single jointed weight exercises because it is not time-efficient and can only work on muscle group at a time.

Forget about the long slow distance type of cardio, because they can cause more catabolic effects on the muscles if you overdo them meaning you can lose muscle tone as a result. But with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), you can achieve more by doing less.

To save you the most amount of training time, you can fuse both compound weight training and HIIT training together. You can perform 20 seconds of push up followed by 10 seconds rest then followed by 20 seconds of light weighted back squats and then followed by a 10 second rest again. Repeat this routine for 4 rounds and do them with speed but still maintain tip top form.

Be sure to alternate between a upper and lower body compound movement exercises to maximize performance and results. If you are not breathing hard then you are not working hard enough. Start with a 15 minutes routine and gradually increase it to 30 minute maximum for 3 to 4 times a week.


Ish December 30, 2009 at 10:29 PM  

Stopping by to say Happy and Healthy 2010 to you and Your family. God bless us all.

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