Are your abs hiding under a layer of fat? Have you tried multiple diets plans without success? Getting your midsection lean and trim takes hard work (i.e., a consistent weight training and cardio program) as well as the right nutrition program designed to support recovery and rev up your metabolism.
The closer you get to your goal weight, the more muscle you lose in proportion to the fat that you lose, which begins to lower your metabolic rate and your fat-burning capacity. This is when dialing in the details makes a big difference. Those details combine diet and behavior strategies that will rev up your metabolism to break the weight-loss barrier and help you lose those last 10 pounds.
Indulge in a cup of hot cocoa without feeling an ounce of guilt! Is this something that appeals to you? I’m sure it does for those us who are currently, or are in the process of, seeking fitness as a way of life!
If burning fat and increasing energy expenditure are two of your goals, you’re right there along with most of us fitness enthusiasts! Regular exercise, a healthy diet, proper rest and smart supplementation are the most crucial components to this goal, but there are also certain thermogenic aids that we could incorporate.
Burn, baby, burn! Burning fat and increasing energy expenditure are two vital focus points for most fitness enthusiasts. While exercise, a healthy diet and supplement regimen are the crucial components to this goal, there are certain thermogenic aids that we could incorporate.
What better way to kick off your day than the fat burning way? If you’re involved in fitness and/or constantly seeking to improve your physique, you’re almost certain to be on board with this plan!
How about a delicious dessert that contains ingredients that may assist in fat burning and increasing energy expenditure? Does this appeal to you?
If you have ever been on a mission to lose weight and/or reduce body fat, then most likely you have become familiar with the term “thermogenic.” But what exactly does this mean and why is it so prevalent in the fitness industry?
Thermogenics. If you’re involved in fitness and/or constantly seeking to improve your physique, you’re almost certain to be familiar with this term; however, if you’re not, thermogenic means tending to product heat. Why does this matter to us fitness enthusiasts?
All foods are "thermogenic,” because the body must use energy to digest them, however, not all foods elicit the same thermic effect; lean protein from solid food sources has the most thermic effect, while fat has the least. This THAI RED CURRY CHICKEN recipe features the following foods and spices that have been deemed to be elevate thermogenesis.