Fitness Hub

I’ve Chosen My Goal, Now What?!? February 5, 2018

Assuming you used the S.M.A.R.T.E.R. strategy for choosing your goal(s), you might we wondering, “what do I do now?” If so, that’s what today’s post is about.

If you are serious and committed about your goal, you first need to look at some of your HABITS.

  • What HABITS do you currently have that will help you toward reaching your goal?
  • What HABITS do you currently have that will hinder you from reaching your goal?
  • What HABITS do you need to develop to help you reach your goal?
  • What HABITS do you need to break right now so you can more easily and quickly reach your goal?

For example:

  • Are you a morning person? In other words do you currently have the HABIT of waking up early in the morning? If not, and your goal requires you to exercise more than you currently do, you will definitely need to develop this HABIT.
  • Are you addicted to a certain soft drink? As I’ve addressed in previous posts, even a diet soft drink is extremely bad for your health, so this addiction is a HABIT that must be broken to achieve the healthy lifestyle you want.
  • Are you a smoker or other tobacco user? Stop! Now! Nothing more need be said on this subject.
  • How are your current eating habits? Is candy, chips, or other unhealthy snack a problem for you? Maybe you need to remove the temptation by cleaning out the pantry and fridge. What about fast food? Is McDonald’s drive thru the source of your lunch every weekday? Time to just say noto all of these places, IF you are serious about achieving your fitness goal.
  • What about your sleeping habits? Do you sleep in until noon on the weekends? Do you stay up late watching the tube until you fall asleep? One of the easiest ways to add energy to your day is by consistently getting 6-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep every night. Sleep is when the body repairs itself from the previous day’s exercise and other damage we do to it.

Bottom Line: Your daily HABITS define the person you CURRENTLY are.


HABITS can be developed and/or broken, IF you really want something bad enough.

Action Item for this week:

Picture the Amazingly Healthy and Fit person you will be 6-12 months from now. Now look honestly at your current HABITS, and decide which ones have to go and which new ones need to be developed.

Now pick one (and only one) to begin working on today. In 21 days or so, pick the next one, and so on.

You can do this!

Please leave a comment below answering the big question: What HABIT do you need to work on today?

No Comments on I’ve Chosen My Goal, Now What?!?
Categories: Uncategorized

The S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goal Setting Strategy

With 2018 less than a month away, I thought I would address the subject of goal setting. You’ve probably heard of the acronym S.M.A.R.T. as it applies to setting your goals. I’ve tweaked it a little to add a few aspects that will pertain more to your health and fitness goals.

  • “S” is for SERIOUS:  Bottom Line: If you don’t take your goal seriously you’ll never reach it. Commitment is one of the keys to success in anything we hope to accomplish. And if you are serious you will write it down and keep it in front of you regularly.
  • “M” is for MEASURABLE:  What result are you looking for? A smaller dress or pant size, a lower body fat %, a sub-27 min 5K time? All of these are measurable. Be as specific as possible. For example, my goal for 2015 is to get back into my size 32 pants (I’m a 33 now.). I purposely left out body weight as a goal for a reason. Body weight is one of several ways to measure your progress, but it shouldn’t be the only way. More about that in a future post.
  • “A” is for ACCOUNTABILITY:  Accountability can be several things:
    1. Post your specific goal on social media for all to see.
    2. Better yet, invite someone to join you on your adventure to a better, healthier you.
    3. Use a mobile app (like Nike Plus or RunKeeper) that tracks your activity and sends it to someone or automatically posts it on social media is another good way.

Use whatever works to keep you motivated towards your goal. And here’s the most important aspect of accountability: you must give permission to give you a hard time if you aren’t sticking to your success plan.

  • “R” is for REALISTIC:  If you’re 50 years old and your goal is to fit into your old high school jeans, that’s probably not a realistic goal. However, losing a few inches off of your waist or hips is realistic. Also, be realistic about your expectations. It took years to put all of that extra fat on your body; it’s not going to come off in two weeks. Be committed and be patient. DON’T GIVE UP!!
  • “T” is for TIME BASED:  Any goal should have a end date to hit. But again, make it realistic. We’ll talk later about how to pick that elusive end date. For most health/fitness related goals 3-6 months is a minimum.
  • “E” is for EVALUATE:  For your goal to be measurable, you’ll need a starting point (measurements, weight, before pic, and possibly % bodyfat,  etc.) that you can periodically check against to see how you’re progressing. I’m not saying you have to record every calorie and every rep, but the easiest way to determine if you are moving in the right direction is to record at least some data points related to your goal. And if you aren’t where you want to be, maybe it’s time to…
  • “R” is for REVISE:  Sometimes life throws us curve balls. Maybe it’s the holiday season with all of the extra food, desserts, etc. Or maybe the job got in the way, or maybe we don’t have quite as much time for the gym as we originally thought. Whatever the reason, make the necessary changes to your plan and keep going.

This should give you what you need to set your goals. All you need now is a plan to reach it.

If you have any questions or thoughts please use the comment section below.


No Comments on The S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Goal Setting Strategy
Categories: Fitness


If you’ve made it this far, giving up your Diet Coke must not be a deal-breaker. After I suggested everyone eliminate soft drinks, I was worried I may have lost a few addicts out there unwilling to make that first “small” change.

I also wanted to point out that this is not about starving yourself or even calorie-reduction specifically. This is about eating and drinking healthier than you were before, which in turn, will lead to fat melting off of your body in a healthy way.

Now for the myths that keep us eating food that is making us fat:

  1. A calorie is a calorie is a calorie. Most of you hopefully know this already, but if not, it is NOT true. If you consume 100 calories of pure sugar, 100 calories from a medium rare filet mignon, and 100 calories from McDonald’s french fries, your body will process each of these very differently. This should give you a hint as to why you shouldn’t have to starve yourself to lose body fat. And remember: the only calories that count are the ones that make it to your bloodstream.
  2. If it says “Diet”, “Non-Fat”, or even “low Fat”, it must be good for you. “Diet” usually means they’ve replaced the sugar with some chemical like Aspartame, Stevia, Saccharin, etc. created to taste sweet but without the calories. The problem with this is the effect these chemicals have on the body’s ability to burn fat as fuel. Some studies have shown that aspartame can actually stimulate weight gain. Google it.Dangers of Drinking Soft Drinks
  3.  If it’s 100% fruit juice, it must be good for you. Did you know that a small glass (8 oz) of pure orange juice has 112 calories and 21 grams of sugar? Apple juice has 117 calories and 27 grams of sugar! If you want fruit, eat raw fruit, skin and all (ok, not the banana peel). While I’m on the subject, for the first few weeks, try your best NOT to drink calories. For example, try to drink ice water with your meals (I prefer limes over lemons in restaurants). For you tea lovers, try it unsweetened with lemon. I’ll address dairy later.
  4. Egg yolks are bad for you. In the last few years several studies have shown strong health benefits from eggs. If you have cholesterol issues, you should limit your yolks to no more than two a day, but otherwise they are an excellent source of protein, as well as a host of vitamins and minerals. Also, eggs have a biological value of 93.7% compared to 84.5% for milk, 76% for fish, and 74.3% for beef. Dollar for dollar, they are your best source of protein. One more thing, cook them. Do NOT eat them raw like Rocky Balboa. Can you say Salmonella?
  5. Red meat is bad for you. During my research for Body Change Part 1, I ran across study after study about how GOOD beef is for us. Notice I said GOOD not bad. I don’t have the room or the time to reference all of them here, but I did reference some of them in the Body Change blog post. You can also Google the subject of “beef” or “red meat” health benefits. And everyone I know loves a good lean steak. And keep it lean.
  6. If I exercise enough I can eat whatever I want. Maybe when you were a kid, or even a teenager, but if you are over 30, odds are you’ve already figured this out. Most experts say that a truly effective fat loss program is 70-80% nutrition (what we put in our bodies) and 20-30% how we move each day (not just the formal exercise routine program we are doing, but our lifestyle in between workouts and sleep). We burn 300-400 calories an hour, depending on your weight, walking at 3.5 miles/hour. A 20 oz bottle of Coca Cola has 240 calories (all from sugar by the way). You do the math and see how far you need to walk to drink all of the soft drinks you consume in a week.

This is definitely not a complete list of all of the myths we have believed at some point in our lives, but it should get you started.

Small change #2 (remember #1 was eliminating soft drinks) – EAT a Healthy BREAKFAST every morning (donuts don’t count!). People who skip breakfast are 4.5 times more likely to be obese.

Eat within 30-45 minutes of waking up if possible. If possible you should eat 30-35% of your total calories for the day in the morning. But make sure it consists of at least 15-20 grams of protein. To help me prepare eggs I bought a microwave two-egg poacher at Wal-mart for less than $5. Works great!

Which of the above myths have you been believing?



Do you have close friends that you can trust completely? Not just people you hang out with, go to football games with, or shop with, but real friends you know you can rely on when things get really tough?

Last summer I went through one of the most spiritually dry periods of my life. I felt overwhelmed, filled with anxiety, and truly afraid of failing my family. I felt like I was in a deep dark well, and when I looked up I saw nothing. Nobody looking down at me. Not even God.

Not that God wasn’t there, I just didn’t feel like He was there while I was going through this.

The problem was I didn’t have any close male friends to share my struggles with. And I have no one to blame but myself. My pride wouldn’t let me share my fears and anxiety. That would be admitting weakness. Heaven forbid!

Unfortunately, most men I’ve talked with about this have the same problem.

But God taught me through this that everyone of us needs these types of relationships not just for the tough times, but to do life with.

We were not created to do life alone.

Jesus modeled this for us with his “Inner Circle” of men. Peter, James, and John were allowed a closeness the other disciples weren’t (the Transfiguration (Mark 9:2-12); in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36-44), just to mention a few).

There are at least three things to consider before choosing our “Inner Circle”:

  • ASK: I have to willing to give my inner circle permission to “ask” the tough questions about what’s going on in my life, and also be willing to be completely honest with my answers, even if it makes me look weak or stupid.
  • CARE: I have to truly care about these men at a deeper level than our culture is accustomed to–I need to love them more than brothers. Bottom line: if I don’t truly care about them, how will I know when they are really hurting.
  • ENCOURAGE: I have to commit to taking the time and energy needed each day to not only pray for them specifically, but find ways to encourage them individually. Maybe it’s a text or a phone call or an email. And it definitely needs to be face-to-face a couple of times a month if possible.

There are definitely other things to consider before building yours, but this should get you started.

I’m working on mine now because I want to be prepared for the next “wilderness”. How do I know another wilderness is coming? Because Jesus tells us it is. But he also reminds us in the very next sentence that there really is a happy ending…

“I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world.” John 16:33 (NLT)



I have been planning to do a post on the myths we believe about cardio, specifically LSD (long slow distance) running, and why it is detrimental to the body. And then I found this excellent article by Ryan Faehnle. Check out his blog at The Fat Loss Solution.

What comes to mind when you think about good fat burning workouts?

What about jogging and other long-duration cardio methods like exercise bikes and ellipticals? After all, they’re proven to burn loads of fat right?

Well, if that’s what you think, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, over 36 million people turn to jogging every year in the hopes of getting a lean and attractive body.

But unfortunately, those folks are in for major disappointment. And so…

I would personally like to say “I’m sorry” to you on behalf of the entire fitness industry. If you’ve been on the cardio-craze band wagon, please accept my sincerest apology for the myths and tall-tales that have been leading you down the garden path.

And if you were thinking of taking up a cardio routine to shed a few pounds, make sure you read this entire page to discover exactly why that’s a very, very bad idea that will end up making you even fatter!

There’s no sugar coating it. You have been lied to, plain and simple. Every magazine you’ve read, every website you’ve visited, and every local trainer you’ve met who has told you that you need to do steady-state cardio to get lean has been wrong.

I’m talking about those hard 45 minute distance runs, the tough marathon sessions on the elliptical, and the brutally hard aerobics classes. Please ditch those right away if you want to accelerate your fat loss and keep the weight off permanently.

But you might be thinking…“I sweat like crazy, my heart is racing, and I’m exhausted after those cardio sessions, so they must be helping me strip off my body fat, right?”


Unfortunately, relying heavily on steady-state cardio (where you keep the same pace for the duration of your workout) in the so-called “fat-burning zone” to get leaner is a recipe for actually getting FATTER.

Here why…

The 3 Ways Your “Cardio” Is Making You FATTER

1. You’re increasing the “gas mileage” you get out of your calories

Humans aren’t cars. Getting 70 miles per gallon in your new hybrid car is awesome. But, when you’re looking to lose bodyfat, the last thing you want is to be fuel-efficient.

You want to be a gas-guzzling — calorie burning — machine! You want to be more like a high-octane, powerful Lamborghini that burns through fuel faster than the cast of The Jersey Shore burns through hair gel!

If you do a lot of traditional cardio (going for a 40 minute jog 4-5 times per week), you’re actually teaching your body to burn FEWER calories to fuel your activity. That’s because your body adapts quickly to this kind of workout and gets very efficient at it. This means that despite your best efforts, your long runs are putting more thunder in your thighs and more love in your love handles!

2. You’re boosting fat-storing hormones

Traditional cardio not only makes you burn less fat for fuel over time, it increases the activity of hormones that make you STORE fat.

There are several culprits, but the main one I’m talking about is cortisol. Cortisol is a stress hormone that your body relies on for energy during periods of fatigue. While cortisol does some important things in your body, chronically high levels cause increases in the size of that pouch of fat that hangs off the bottom of your belly.

I’m here to break the bad news to you that traditional cardio actually causes cortisol to run rampant in your body.

Going for an easy walk is fine and good for your health, but those hard distance runs, long elliptical sessions, and aerobic dance classes cause your cortisol to make deposits of fat around your belly button at a rate greater than Donald Trump makes deposits at the bank!

3. You’re taking fuel out of your metabolic furnace

Think of your metabolism like a wood-burning furnace. The more wood you have on the fire, the hotter it will burn.

The wood in your body’s metabolism is lean muscle tissue. Higher levels of lean muscle create a huge demand for calories, even when you’re not exercising at all!

Traditional cardio eats away at muscle mass, which then decreases the amount of calories you burn on a day-to-day basis.

So if jogging ain’t so great, what the heck should you be doing instead?

Forget about “cardio” and turn to “energy system training” instead.

Technically, you could still call energy system work “cardio,” because it does train the cardiovascular system, but in a VERY different way. Unlike cardio training, energy system training actually stimulates fat loss, while SIMULTANEOUSLY maintaining muscle mass so that you can keep the furnace hot!

So what can you do to shift towards energy system training and avoid the 3 problems with traditional cardio? The answer is really quite simple.

1.) You need to make sure you’ve got a good strength-training program.

Too many people make the mistake of ignoring their metabolically active muscle mass. This is the base of your fat burning metabolism. Don’t ignore it. Whether you are a woman or a man, a well designed resistance training program is a must.

2.) You should do your energy system training 2-4 times per week, but utilizing high intensity intervals instead of your standard 30-45 minute boring jog.

High intensity intervals burn more fat than steady-state cardio, they boost your metabolism, and they increase your fat-burning hormones.

Here’s a sample plan for you:

For each workout, choose whatever method you want whether it is sprinting, kayaking, cycling, rowing, etc. The principles remain the same no matter what you’re doing.

Workout 1: 6 rounds of 30 seconds as hard and as fast as you can go followed by 1 minute and 30 seconds of low intensity activity or complete rest.

Workout 2: 8 rounds of 1 minute as hard and as fast as you can go followed by 2 minutes of low-intensity activity or complete rest.

Workout 3: 20 rounds of 10 seconds as hard and as fast as you can go followed by 30 seconds of low-intensity activity or complete rest.

Make these quick and easy changes to your workout plan and kiss your body fat goodbye forever!



If fat loss and better overall health are two of the reasons you run, you might be sabotaging your efforts by the way you are currently running.

Study after study points to interval-type training (defined by a series of short to medium bursts of energy expenditure followed by short recovery periods) as the best way to burn fat, improve cardiovascular health, and minimize the chance of overuse injuries.

But that doesn’t mean you have to have a track at your disposal to utilize this technique. Here are some ways to incorporate intervalsinto your normal runs:

  1.  Walk/Run: This is the easiest, and some of you may already be doing this type of training. It is very popular, and some of the best running coaches (Jeff GallowayHal Higdon) incorporate them into their marathon training programs. I used Hal Higdon’s Novice Marathon Training Program back in 2004 when I ran the Kiawah Island Marathon. This is merely taking the occasional walk break during a run, without any defined parameters–usually when the runner begins to fatigue.
  2. Timed Intervals: This is a walk/run with defined periods of walking (recovery) and running (work). It can be whatever you like as long as your recovery is not too short or too long. Use your breathing as a way to determine your recovery. When you can breathe through your nose again, it’s probably time to start running again. Some examples are walk 1 minute/run or jog 1 minute. This morning I did a 2 x 2: walk 2 minutes/run 2 minutes for 3.2 miles.
  3. Hill Intervals: This is a little more advanced. Pick out the hilliest course you can. Run as hard as you can up the hill, walk down the hill to recover, and on the flat sections, jog at a comfortable pace.
  4. Sprints: My favorite place to do these is the track, but that’s not always possible or practical. The easiest way to do these is to pick a marker down the road or trail (stop sign, mailbox, tree, etc.) a short distance (maybe 50-100 yards), and sprint (run like a bear is chasing you) to that marker. You can either walk to recover or jog. It’s up to you. I prefer to walk 🙂.
  5. GPS Intervals: For those of you with a runner’s GPS (like a Garmin Forerunner), most of them have interval programs you can set up for both time and distance intervals. Check it out.
  6. Heart Rate Intervals: And for those super techies, you can always go out and buy a heart rate monitor (some devices have both GPS AND HR together! How cool is that!). Do the research and determine what the max heart rate is for your age (Thumb Rule: Max HR = 220 – your age). Once that’s determined, select the desired range you want to stay and how long. Warning: If you’ve had heart surgery, consult with your doctor on the best way to utilize this method.

heart_rate training

These are just a few ways to incorporate intervals into your runs. I’m sure there are plenty more out there, as well as the ones you can create.

For me, this makes running much more fun, as well as more effective at doing the things for my body that running is supposed to do.

Have you ever used any of these in your runs? Which ones?  

Do you feel like as much as you run, you should have a lot less fat? If so, maybe it’s time to try some of these. Let me know how it works for you.


3 Ways to Get More Out of Your Workouts


Proper form or technique is critical to getting the most out of whatever exercise you are doing. If you do certain weight lifting exercises using poor form you may end up with an injury, or worse. The squat, deadlift, and bench press being prime examples.

Do your homework and ask someone you trust the proper way to do an exercise so that you can get the full benefit from that exercise. Don’t sacrifice quality for quantity. The end goal of any exercise is to improve fitness and strength, not as a bragging point. You do enough work using good form, your physique will brag for you.


There are plenty of folks out there who actually think they are doing a particular exercise with proper form, but are actually doing partial reps as opposed to “full range of motion” reps.

The most common exercises where I see partial reps are the push-up, pull-up, squat, and the deadlift. If you do partial reps on any of these exercises you are missing out on the full benefit of the exercise. For example, if your push-up doesn’t get you past a 90 deg bend in your elbows, your chest (pectoralis) muscles are barely getting engaged.

Yes, it’s harder to do full range of motion reps on all of the exercises, but I promise you it’s worth it.


Doing the same exercises the same way over and over again is not only boring but not nearly as effective as they would be if you change some things up.

Let’s use the push-up again: hand position can be shifted an inch either way and you effectively change how it hits the muscles. Feet position can make the move harder or easier. Lift your butt up in the air (think Downward Facing Dog), and now your shoulders will be more affected.

Using your imagination will not only alleviate boredom, but will hit muscles you didn’t even know you had.

These are just a few ways to improve your workouts. Now go #GetFit & StayFit!

No Comments on 3 Ways to Get More Out of Your Workouts
Categories: health

11 Ridiculously Simple Tips to Improve Your Health

Sometimes we make things way too complicated when it comes to our health. Here are 11 Really Simple Things you can do TODAY to improve your health…

  1. STOP drinking soft drinks! This includes diet soft drinks too. Just STOP. You know it’s bad for you. If not, Google it.
  2. Eat more vegetables. Nothing new here, but choose wisely. Pick a green veggie like broccoli, spinach, or kale. Eat as much as you want.
  3. Add good fats to your diet with Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO). Sprinkle it on your veggies.
  4. Drink more water. Since you have given up soft drinks, this is the logical replacement. I like lime in mine.
  5. Eat more protein. Red meat is NOT bad for you like we were told several decades ago. Add some to your diet. Add some fish too.
  6. Stop sitting so much. If you sit at a desk for your job, set an alarm to walk around every 30-60 minutes. Park farther away from Walmart.
  7. Go to bed at the same time every night, and get up at the same time every morning. 7 days a week. Consistency is the key to pretty much everything.
  8. Pick a type of exercise you enjoy. If you don’t you’ll never stick to it.
  9. Exercise with a friend if possible. Accountability helps with that whole consistency thing. If we know someone else is counting on us, it’s harder to blow it off.
  10. Eat breakfast. But beware of the sugar-filled cereals/yogurts/donuts/juices/etc. Eggs are one of the best sources of protein money can buy, and they are also NOT bad for you as we were once told. Google it.
  11. Stop looking at food as just something you put in your gut. It is fuel for your body, and your body is an amazing machine. Treat it as such and you will reap the benefits.

If you would like more detail on any of these, please hit me up in the comments and I will be glad to send you the studies/references to back them up. Thanks for taking time to read this post. Now go Get Fit and Stay Fit!! 🙂

No Comments on 11 Ridiculously Simple Tips to Improve Your Health
Categories: health

Couple Of Easiest Ways to Burn Fat Effectively

1) The first thing to do in the morning is to “Start Exercising “.

The first thing you should do in the morning to have some cardio work out for at least half an hour. Studies have shown that having some aerobics (high impact aerobics class, running, sex) as well as anaerobic (low impact aerobics, weight lifting, circuit training, swimming and walking) exercises in the morning, to be really effective in burning up to 4x more fat as opposed to working out at any other time during the day. Here’s lies the reason:

fitness certification, body fat scale , low fat diet , body fat monitor, low fat the zone diet , zone diet, acid reflux diet , e diet, high protein diet, protein carb diet ,high protein low carb diet ,breast cancer, diet prevention , protein diet ,one day diet , cancer diet prevention, jennifer aniston zone diet, gi diet, diet patch ,diet ,low protein diet, low carb diet , cholesterol diet, day diet , acid reflux disease diet, breast cancer diet, hollywood diet, atkins diet plan,diets,low cholesterol diet, atkins diet, zone diet recipe , idiot proof diet,diet plan, atkins diet menu , free diet plan, low carbohydrate diet, healthy diet,colon cancer diet, adkins diet ,,high cholesterol diet fitness software home fitness equipment total gym fitness fitness equipment uk total fitness online fitness

So to utilize this cycle of the body, what you need is to take exercise early in the morning. Avoid eating breakfast because that will give your body some carbohydrates as a source of energy which you don’t need at that time.
Your body’s main source of energy is the carbohydrates which you get from eating your daily meals. As you sleep at night for 6-8 hours, your body burns up all those carbohydrates as energy for various metabolic functions that go on even while you sleep. So, when you wake up in the morning, your body doesn’t have any carbohydrates as energy to use as it’s already been consumed by then and it seeks another source to gain energy instead, so it starts burning body fat.

It has other advantages too. Your metabolism gets revved up immediately after your morning workout. It will keep the metabolism elevated throughout the day. An elevated metabolism throughout the day means that you’ll have to burn more and more calories and thus lose more weight. If you exercise at night you may still burn fat while you workout but as soon as you go to sleep your metabolism will slow down and you’ll miss out on all the extra fat that you can burn during the day. When you sleep your metabolic rate is always at its slowest. Also working out in the morning definitely reduces your level of stress throughout the day.

Tip for Naives: Want to burn fat even more? Add another workout to your daily routine 6 hours after your morning workout. If you’re seriously thinking about adding another workout to your daily routine then try to do your cardio workouts in the morning because mostly of the fat calories are burned doing cardio at a moderate intensity. Build your 2nd workout of the day with weights. Mostly carbohydrate is burned doing weight-training workouts. 1lb of Muscle burns 50 calories a day or 1lb of fat every 70 days.

# 2) Having Breakfast is a stipulation.

Another way to keep your metabolism revved up all day long is to have breakfast without miss. Eating breakfast in the morning gets your metabolism started. Don’t skip breakfast and wait until mid-morning or afternoon to eat, your metabolism will run slower causing you not burn any extra fat.

You can think this way-Your metabolism is a fireplace that’ll burn fat for you all day long if you can operate it correctly. When you eat breakfast you are basically adding a catalyst to aggravate the burning of the Fat.

Eating breakfast will help stop those cravings you may have later on in the day and along with working out in the morning, eating breakfast will also keep you energized throughout the day.

Tip for Naives: Instead of eating only, the more general, 2 more meals during the day, i.e. lunch & dinner, try to eat 4-5 mini-meals spaced between 2-3 hours apart during the day. By eating those mini-meals you’ll be throwing just the right amount of “wood” on the fireplace to keep your metabolism burning calories throughout the day.

Check list for the morning

1. Cardio workout for at least 30 min early in the morning

2. Have a healthy breakfast

just by using those couple of tips change yourself to fit into that dress for an upcoming event like a wedding, reunion or to impress that special someone for your life and remain pink for the rest time. Whatever your fitness goal is these tips should be able to surely help you reach them.

No Comments on Couple Of Easiest Ways to Burn Fat Effectively
Categories: weight loss