Happy 2017! As the New Year unfolds and you consider your New Year’s resolutions— or what I prefer to call goals— I wanted to share some SIMPLE habits that will help you achieve long-term success this year!
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.
More tips that you can use to keep your weight under control with all the temptations of the holidays.
Tips that you can use to keep your weight under control with all the temptations of the holidays.
You can create a healthy diet and lifestyle that promotes fat loss and muscle gain, helping to sculpt the area you’re working on, as well as the rest of your body. And there are a few pieces of scientific data that may help you really target that ab fat you’re dying to lose.
Over-the-counter fat-reducing drugs and supplements strengthen the credibility of their claims through the use of scientific-ish reports and anatomical diagrams with bold arrows. While the science might be confusing (sometimes by design), who can say “no” to bold RED arrows?
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.
Most exercisers understand some effective ways to lose fat, many miss out on some of the most critical elements that can help you achieve your ideal physique. We’re here to change that and get you on the way to achieving your ideal body! We’ve listed six reasons why you may not be burning fat optimally and how to fix it.
One of the most popular strategies for accelerating fat loss is to perform aerobic exercise after an overnight fast. The strategy, first popularized by Bill Phillips in his best-seller Body for Life, is based on acute research showing that low glycogen levels cause your body to shift substrate utilization away from carbs, thereby allowing greater mobilization of stored fat for energy.
In this article we are going to show you five simple, yet highly effective strategies that you can implement into your life to help you build lifestyle habits that will lead to sustainable, long-term fat loss.