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The number one component of any successful Fat Loss Plan
Posted by Levi Hensley on 19 December 2015 08:09 PM

The number one component of any successful Fat Loss Plan

Can you guess the answer to this question?

Some people would say hard work, or maybe depriving yourself of the foods you love, others spend hours and hours on cardio machines trying to get fit.

While it is true that each of these can work sometimes they do not work for everyone or are they even possible for many people to maintain.

So what is the answer? One word …

Intensity

 

The truth is you will never see results unless you understand how proper intensity is a must for any fat loss system.

If you are not applying the proper intensity during your exercise or workout routine then you may find yourself trapped in the same place for years with little or no results.

Now for some people the word “Intensity” can be a bit intimidating. If this is true in your case, don’t worry you are not alone. Here is a little secret most people don’t realize about intensity when talking about fat loss.

Everyone has a different level of intensity needed to produce results. What does that mean? That depending on your current age, your gender, your level of physical fitness and any health issues you are dealing with will all affect what your personal Intensity level.

That means that if a fat loss program is based on intensity levels instead of a certain number of sets and reps with a specific amount of weight it can be used by a wide range of people to get amazing results.

So you can have an advanced bodybuilder and a fit 65 year old doing the same fitness routine but using their own personal Intensity level and getting super benefits from it in terms of pounds lost and lean muscle gains.

Here is a Scale that you can use to gauge your intensity levels:

  • Level 1 = Warm-Up or Slow Pace
  • Level 2 = Jog or Medium Pace
  • Level 3 = Run or Hard Pace
  • Level 4 = Fast Run or Very Hard Pace
  • Level 5 = Sprint or All Out Burst (based on your current level of personal condition*)

*Intensity levels are different for every person and are based on your current condition, age, gender, or other limitations, so please gauge your intensity level based on where you’re at right now personally. You can also apply this scale to other types of exercise besides running or sprinting.

If you already have one of our programs such as the 7 Day Ab Targeted Solution, the 14 Day Rapid Fat Loss System or the 4 Cycle Solution then you have everything you need to apply the Intensity key to these routines and see the fat start to burn away. If you haven’t decided which one to use yet, then you can review each of them by clicking the links below –

7 Day Ab Targeted Solution

14 Day Rapid Fat Loss System

4 Cycle Solution

Here are a few final reminders for getting the most out of any Intensity based fat loss plan.

  1. Always warm-up and cool down for 4 to 5 minutes minimum
  2. Feel free to walk briskly for 10 to 30 minutes afterwards if time permits. A lot of research shows this will help the heart utilize oxygen properly and enhance fat loss by burning off the Free Fatty Acids that your body will release during high intensity bursts of exercise.
  3. Get enough sleep. Adequate rest will let your body heal and build lean muscle to replace the fat. Also if you do the right workouts then you can continue to burn fat even in your sleep.
  4. Finally remember, More is not Better! You can go from exercising 8 to 10 hours every week all the way down to 4 to 5 hours a week and double your results at the same time. You just need the right sequence to perform to do so.

So remember to find and use your personal intensity level with the right plan and watch the fat burn off.

Until next time, Enjoy!

- Customer Support Staff

 

 


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