The Fat Burner

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Many people may ask “Why am I not losing weight?” You may be eating healthier, exercising more, getting good sleep, managing stress, and it feels like you have tried everything. Especially for patients who have sought out nutritional assistance and have been following their protocol, this is a very frustrating problem.The #1 prevention of early death is exercise, and yet why is it so hard for some of us to get going on exercise? Perhaps you have even started, but are unable to keep consistent with it. Many obstacles can get in the way of a consistent exercise regimen, whether it is work, stress, or lack of time.

Let’s get exercise working for you! Exercise should work around your schedule, not the other way around.

The strategy of “the fat burner” short interval workout has been studied and proven effective for weight loss. We recommend this for everyone, as it has shown huge benefits with weight loss, weight management, and cardiovascular health. Instead of a steady state, longer interval, workout where you are getting “more miles” in; focus on multiple short interval workouts. This type of exercise has been proven to decrease android as well as gynoid fat. (beer belly and pear booty fat) The Fat Burner can be done on a bike, treadmill, or even outdoors.

  • Warm up for 3 Mins
  • Sprint for 6 seconds on high intensity (treadmill level of 6-10 for reference)
  • Recover for 12 seconds
  • Repeat for 20 minutes’ worth of interval sprints
  • Cool down for 2 minutes
  • Doing this 3 times a week is recommended.

However, if your time is so limited that you do not have 30 mins to spare, simply do this first thing in the morning for 10 minutes, and you will be burning calories well after you are finished.

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