Fat Burning Workouts Introduction

[vc_row][vc_column][taalem_empty_space height=”55″ height_mobile=”40″][taalem_section_title style=”3″ title=”Fat Burning|Workout Introduction” position=”center”][taalem_empty_space height=”55″ height_mobile=”40″][vc_column_text el_class=”evaltxt”]Here you see Dr. Delgado breaking the hammer curl and press world record. Frequent changes of ice towels under his bare feet, one man dedicated to spraying his body down with a constant mist of water, and another man was holding a tube to continuously feed him water. Yet due to constantly sucking in air he could not drink very much and lost 8 pounds during the world record attempt. The point remains, cooler conditions increase maximum performance and record breaking capabilities.

Lifting 50,560 pounds overhead during the continuous nonstop hour of exercise, this record stands to this day since it was set in 2007. The only man to even get close was Dr. Delgado’s training partner who followed his program, big Tim Nash. (6’4″ 260 pounds).[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text][ytp_video source=”DjVZuxB6wJU”][/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text el_class=”evaltxt”]This video goes into detail about how Dragan uses this technique to get ripped abs without situps or jogging.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text][ytp_video source=”Fpgg_6Ox270″][/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text el_class=”evaltxt”]Watch this video to see how men or women of any age can effectively learn to burn the maximum amount of fat while building firm lean bodies. Notice how with this movement, over 60% of the body’s muscle groups are employed when one curls and presses over head. Engaging the biceps, triceps, trapezius, shoulders, chest, back, and core, muscle groups. The faster you lift it is permitted to have loose form. Notice how Dr. Nick swings the weight back and forward more than the other competitors. This allows one to sustain a higher energy caloric expenditure, prolonging the time of lifting, and reduces friction on the joints. Notice Dr. Nick is also performing his exercise on a trampoline which maximizes cleansing of lactic acid and other toxins.

Notice also the location of the lift is right next to the ocean where there is a cool breeze. There is a popular misconception that the more one perspires, the hotter one is, the more calories will be burned. This is not true, because when you operate under cooler conditions you can sustain a longer more intense workout. When the core body temperature heats up so much that one is perspiring profusely, it is a dangerous sign that the body is overheating and must release it’s fluids to avoid heat exhaustion or literally death. The ideal condition for exercise a cool or colder conditions 50F-65F, because the body will heat up above 98F and it’s important to sustain at or closer to one’s natural 98.6F body temperature.

A Stanford study proved, that by cooling the core body temperature, one could perform 700% more repetitions than at a higher body temperatures. This means you can burn several hundred percent more calories and build fat burning muscle more rapidly.

Note: Using a hot sauna, infrared spa, or a hot yoga room under monitored conditions with massive amounts of water, electrolytes, and fruit, one can utilize this as a detox therapy to enhance the removal of heavy metals, toxins, and chemicals. Yet by no means are these conditions going to melt body fat away literally or figuratively. To melt fat the body would have to achieve a fatal core temperature of 140F.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text][ytp_video source=”Ge26fZJtL5o”][/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text el_class=”evaltxt”]We have a simple question for you. Which of the following exercises will burn more body fat from your tummy, buttocks, or thighs?

In other words to get ripped abs, would it best to:

1. Perform 500 situps per day (45 minutes sustaining a heart rate of 100-120bpm)

2. Non-stop curl and press, squats, or back rows (22 minutes sustaining a heart rate of 150-180bpm)

3. Jogging (45 minutes sustaining a heart rate of 100-130bpm)

4. Stair Stepping (22 minutes sustaining a heart rate of 150-180bpm)

5. Wind Sprints or Treadmill Sprints With Incline (20 yard intervals, with less than a 5 second rest for 15 minutes sustaining a heart rate of 170-190bpm)

6. A gym workout ending in cardio training (90 minutes sustaining an average heart rate of 100-110bpm with resting between sets for up to 5 minutes or until you catch your breath)

If you answered numbers 2, 4, or 5, you are correct. These are the best types of exercises to burn the most amount of fat, and build muscle which will continue to affect your body for several hours after your workout.

If you are a beginner and if your cholesterol level is in a safe range of 100-160 and you are on a Simply Healthy Cookbook type diet, you can increase your intensity on a weekly basis, working up to where you sustain your heart rate and burn the maximum amount of fat calories.

According to the original book by Covert Bailey Fit or Fat / Ultimate Fit or Fat (and updated in the year 2000) it takes several months for the body to convert from a glucose burning machine to a fat burning machine. This is only accomplished by consistent, regular, low intensity transitioning to higher intensity training. It will not be accomplished by eating more fat and faking the body into entering a ketonic state. Keto diets which are a rebranding of the original Atkins diet, make you lose water weight and empty the intestines to give the illusion of rapid weight loss. However your goal is permanent and consistent fat reduction as you not only reach your goal weight, you also sustain it for the rest of your life.

Please watch the following video so you are not misled or confused by the massive popularity of these impossible to sustain Keto diets.

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Plant based, oil free, with fats from whole nuts, seeds, avocados, instead of separated and processed fats is the key to lifelong health and to reduce body fat permanently. Remember to ask yourself this question: “Does this food have fiber in it?” Is there fiber in olive oil? No. Is there fiber in the whole olive? Yes. Is there fiber in steak or fish? No. Is there fiber in whole coconuts? Yes. Fiber is non digestible, and plays a necessary role in gut health, the immune system, and also plays a role in healthy hormone levels while it reduces toxins from the body.

Consuming separated oils is no different than consuming separated sugars. Both are bad for you because both are highly processed with little or no nutrient value.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]