Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Call of Duty:Black Ops (Bootcamp Fat Loss Secrets)

Hi Everyone,

So The New Call of Duty Game BLACK OPS hit stores today..and I find it amazing how fast these games sell..Kids and Adults were at Game stop yesterday at 6pm making a line to make sure they got 1st..They have had this game on reserve for MONTHS..yet these people or most of them don't put even a tenth (1/10) of that effort in to their health.

But Some of you do...and for ALL of you that Do ...I have Some Black Ops Secrets for Fat Blasting today..

SECRET #1..Don't Eat This EVERRRRR!

bk pizza burger

Burger King NY Pizza Burger
2,530 calories
144 g fat (59 g saturated, 3.5 g trans)


In case you missed my email yesterday, my buddy Joel Marion is giving away two freee fat loss reports at his website to help you LOSE a bunch of fat this holiday season:

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One of the reports - The Leptin Chronicles - is a *must* read. Leptin is perhaps the biggest fat loss hormone EVER, and is without a doubt the most powerful hormone to help you lose fat fast, all while enjoying ALL your favorite foods during the holidays.

Learn how to turn it "on" here:

How to "turn on" your Holiday Fatloss Hormone <------- F.REE

This is *extremely* high quality info...enjoy!

#3 Visualize the way you want to look:

Visualization is a technique used by winners in all walks of life. If you really want something to come to fruition, put your imaginative mind to work. See the result in front of you, play the game you are going to play in your mind or watch yourself accepting your degree at college. The only limit is your own mind.

You can use visualization to acquire new habits, like eating healthier or eating slowly which prevents overeating and obesity; have you ever seen an aerobatic pilot visualizing his/her routine on the ground using only the hands and the imagination? Have you ever rehearsed a job interview in your mind?

Fix your mindset. Nothing is going to get better when you feel lousy about yourself and your chances in life. A positive mindset will reset an erring period of bad luck. It will turn that half empty glass into the half full glass; the rainy day into the silver-lined cloud. Seize opportunities to change and move on.

Visualization takes practice. Everyone has the power to do but not everyone has the belief in it. If you are skeptical, you may want to convince yourself that this is a waste of time. Do not give into this temptation because everyone, skeptics included, can benefit from visualizing. It is about our brain's ability to synthesize results, a scientifically proven fact.

#4 From Alwyn Cosgrove:

The Hierarchy of Fat Loss

1. Correct Nutrition

There’s pretty much nothing that can be done to out-train a crappy diet. You quite simply have to create a caloric deficit while eating enough protein and essential fats. There’s no way around this.

2. See #1

Yep. It really is that important. Several trainers have espoused that the only difference between training for muscle gain and training for fat loss is your diet. I think that’s a massive oversimplification, but it does reinforce how important and effective correct nutrition is toward your ultimate goal.

3. Activities that burn calories, maintain/promote muscle mass, and elevate metabolism

I think it’s fairly obvious that the bulk of calories burned are determined by our resting metabolic rate or RMR. The amount of calories burned outside of our resting metabolism (through exercise, thermic effect of feeding, etc.) is a smaller contributor to overall calories burned per day.

We can also accept that RMR is largely a function of how much muscle you have on your body — and how hard it works. Therefore, adding activities that promote or maintain muscle mass will make that muscle mass work harder and elevate the metabolic rate. This will become our number one training priority when developing fat loss programs.

4. Activities that burn calories and elevate metabolism

The next level of fat loss programming would be a similar activity. We’re still looking at activities that eat up calories and increase EPOC.

EPOC (Exercise Post Oxygen Consumption) is defined scientifically as the “recovery of metabolic rate back to pre-exercise levels” and “can require several minutes for light exercise and several hours for hard intervals.”

Essentially, we’re looking for activities that keep us burning more calories after the exercise session.

5. Activities that burn calories but don’t necessarily maintain muscle or elevate metabolism

This is the “icing on the cake” — adding in activities that’ll burn up additional calories but don’t necessarily contribute to increasing metabolism. This is the least effective tool in your arsenal as it doesn’t burn much outside of the primary exercise session.

Let’s put this fat loss continuum together in terms of our progressive training hierarchy.

#5 Hire a Coach

Sure you can do it on your own..you can pobably fix your car if you read a book on it..but you go to the mechanic..you could probably fix your toilet but you still call a plumber..Hire a Fitness Coach

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