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Fitness Tips For 2/8/2017
How to Lose Stubborn Fat Fast
Lose 10 to 20 Pounds of Stubborn Fat Fast!
Below are 5 strategies which are fairly easy to implement, they will
definitely help you to reach your goal to get rid of that last ten
or twenty pounds of fat. The more of these strategies you can
embrace, the more successful you're going to be.
1. High rep workout will NOT encourage fat-loss
Weight training is essential for any sustainable weight loss, but you
would be very mistaken thinking that lots of high-rep sets, using a
light weight will burn off more calories and fat. Muscle is a
metabolically active tissue, meaning it will burn off calories all
day long, even when you're resting.
To build muscle tissue or even keep it while losing fat, you should
train with moderately heavy weights training in a 6-12-rep range. A
recent study done on this subject show clearly that training in this
6-12 rep range using moderately heavy weights will have the greatest
effect on elevating your metabolism through a process called EPOC
(excess post-exercise oxygen consumption).
2. HIIT cardio workout
Half your fat-loss will come when you're able to burn more calories;
the other half starts when you're consuming fewer calories. Doing
cardio will increase your caloric deficit. But not all cardio options
are equal. Research has now proven that HIIT (high-intensity interval
training) is superior to any steady-state cardio.
3. Eat out less often
Obesity continues to rise in America because they eat out twice as
often as they used to do 30 years ago. These extra calories add up
fast, with refills and larger portion sizes, and those tempting
desserts that you'd probably never eat if you were eating at home.
4. Cut your carbs and substitute veggies
Carbohydrates do not hold as many calories as fat (4 calories vs. 9
calories per gram), the bad news is that eating a high carbohydrate
meal will affect your insulin levels. Your body breaks down the
carbs you eat into glucose stored in your liver, when glucose levels
in bloodstream rise, your pancreas secretes insulin to help get that
glucose into your cells.
It depends on a few factors but generally the release of this
powerful hormone called insulin will either support fat storage or
muscle growth. The larger your insulin response, the higher the
potential for storing any body fat. You need carbs to fuel your
muscles. The key, is choosing foods that don't drive up insulin
levels, like complex carbs, beans, sweet potatoes, legumes, lentils,
brown rice, oatmeal, or quinoa.
5. Never eat carbs for your last meal before sleep
Your carbs you eat are directly linked to your fat storage, so eating
a sweet after dinner mint or simple carb dessert after dinner will
only spike your blood sugar at exactly the wrong time. Your high
blood sugar while you're sleeping will dampen any HGH production.
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How to Lose Stubborn Fat Fast
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