Saturday, December 22, 2012

Fitness Is More Than a New Year Resolution

One of the most common new year resolutions is to get in shape. You've probably heard countless friends and family talk about how they're going to join a gym or start a new weight loss routine for the new year.
 
But fitness is too important to just leave it to a new year resolution. It is important to have a year-round fitness routine which adapts to the changing needs of your body and lifestyle. Starting a fitness routine now is the best way to set yourself on the right path. It's not just about making promises to yourself that come the new year things will change, it's about getting actual results from a properly planned routine of exercise.
 
It can be all too easy to put off starting a fat loss plan and it takes real willpower to make that change today. There can be many excuses that pop into your mind about why you can't start changing your body and losing weight immediately. But your health is too important to leave to chance. The quicker you start a well-planned fitness routine, the sooner you'll see real results. These results will spur you on to push harder, eat better, and increase the amount of effort you're putting into your weight loss routine.
 
"Many people have tried different ways to get in shape, and one of the most effective is a fitness bootcamp" says Rafael Moret, the owner of Rated "R" Fitness bootcamp. This kind of environment provides not only the right equipment to help your fitness routine, but also the motivation, encouragement, and fun. Instead of a solitary exercise routine in a corner of the gym, you can be training with properly qualified bootcamp fitness instructors on a purpose-built facility with other people who share the same goals as you.
 
You can push your body a lot harder when a professional is setting your targets, because you'll be safe in the knowledge that they're not only medically sound for you to take part in, but also realistic for your fitness level. After starting training, you will find you lose fat and increase muscle tissue. And this increase in muscle tissue means your body will burn more calories when you're resting, making it easier to keep fat off your body.
 
It's possible to burn far more calories in one bootcamp session than in a standard low-intensity gym workout. You benefit from seeing the results faster, which will improve your motivation and determination to stay in shape. Bootcamp workouts have been shown to lower stress and help people enjoy their lives.
 
It will come at a much lower cost than a personal trainer, so there's no worrying about the cost of getting involved and starting right now. It's a surprisingly low-cost way of getting fit. When scheduling bootcamp sessions, they can fit around your work commitments. It is the fastest way to get in shape and see some serious fat loss. Many people have tried a lot of different ideas from fad diets to low-intensity gym sessions before trying the bootcamp approach. But it's this type of exercise that has sen them lose weight and increase the strength of their heart.
It's a good idea to speak with a bootcamp instructor about your fitness history and future goals so your targets and activities can be set appropriately. Instead of just making a new year's resolution you should start a bootcamp routine today!
 
 
 
 
You can get more information and details at http://www.ratedRfitness.com

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

NEW Approach HALTS Holiday Weight Gain

 New Approach to Halt Weight Gain
by Mike Whitfield, CTT

Every year, from Thanksgiving through Christmas, I would really
"cut loose" on my food and because I'm a Whitfield, I gained
a lot of weight rapidly.

In fact, one year I gained almost 18 pounds in 7 weeks! Then,
I had to work like crazy to get it back off in January. I still remember
showing up to my relative's Christmas parties and feeling
everyone stare at me. I was totally embarrassed.

I would fight this battle year after year and it was frustrating.

But soon, I discovered that these special metabolic finisher
workouts I created for my own clients would help me HALT
my weight gain once and for all.

I experimented with doing metabolic resistance training workouts
and then performing these short 6-minute (or less) high
intensity finishers on my "off days". I would do them in my
backyard or even in my living room if it was too cold outside.

Finally, I realized when January came around, I wouldn't have to
start over. I had kept my weight off for once.

My favorite finishers are superset finishers because they don't
require me to remember much (ha). I especially liked the countdown
style finishers like this one:

Do the following superset, resting only when needed. In the first
superset, you will perform 8 reps of each exercise. In the next superset,
you will perform 7 reps of each. Continue in this fashion until you
complete 1 rep of each exercise.

Lunge Jumps or Alternating Lunges (8/side...1/side)
Decline Triple Stop Pushup (8...1)


Each finisher in the manual is short, but intense. And I guarantee
that if you use these this year, you'll stay lean (or get LEANER).

And because I understand your frustration with this time of
year (because I've been there much like you), I'm giving you
a special offer this week.

You'll get the Finisher Supersets Manual PLUS Metabolic Countdown,
a 4-week metabolic resistance training program that ends with
a countdown finisher to blast even more fat...

... for just $7.

And to make sure you dominate your battle against weight
gain this year, I'm even throwing the same nutrition plan I
have used myself and with men and women who won the Turbulence
Training Contest.



I know what it's like to battle weight gain year after year.
And with these finishers, you'll finally win that battle.

Trust me, if a former fat guy can do it, you can too,


Rafael
The Boot Camp Rebel

P.S. Along with the Superset Finisher Workouts, you'll also get
a 4-week metabolic resistance training program, and my special
nutrition approach that allow you to enjoy yourself this year
AND get leaner.


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