Wouldn’t you like to turn your body into the ultimate fat burning machine? Imagine being able to burn fat so efficiently that you could afford to eat more of the foods you want without storing a little extra of that blubber around your belly.
You can, you know. There are several expertly known techniques and ways that enable you to burn fat more efficiently. If you utilize them, you’ll begin to see less flab and soft skin around your body, and instead you’ll possess more tightness and muscle tone. If you really want to burn away fat and get ripped, use these training methods.
Yes, everyone has heard of the recent craze and trend known as acronym HIIT, which is high intensity interval training, but simply put in old school format, sprints are the idea behind it. With sprints, you rev up your metabolism to a high level, and this will enable you to continue to burn fat long after your training session.
You should always aim for at least 10 sets, however, and at least 40 yards to get the truest impact they can offer. You also must do them at a hundred percent intensity; doing seventy to eighty percent is not a true sprint.
Pointer: always warm up for at least five minutes at a lighter intensity, and even more importantly, stretch your legs really well prior to doing them to avoid injuries, especially a pulled hamstring.
Supersets work really well because they naturally increase the intensity of your workout. Taking little to no rest in between sets allows you to burn more calories in a shorter amount of time and also enables you to increase your metabolism for a longer period after your workout.
Pointer: use larger muscle groups together like legs and back, back and chest, or legs and chest when utilizing supersets for the major fat burning benefits. The largest muscle groups such as these expend more calories and force the body to work harder, thus increasing post workout metabolism more than small muscles like Biceps and Triceps.
Triple sets are very similar to supersets and are three consecutive exercises in a row with little to no rest.
Pointer: you can use the same muscle, such as legs, chest, back, or shoulders, or you can combine two or three of them together in one round. Once again, the key is to work at a high intensity with no rest in between each round of sets.
Eliminate Saturated Fat and Carbs From Your Diet Before Doing Cardio
By now, this is nothing new to anyone, except it comes with the extended phrase “before doing cardio”. Here, we’re going to separate cardio from sprints, or HIIT. You can’t do sprints every single day forever, and you’ll want to continue to do more cardio on the other days.
The ideal situation for this is to do your cardio first thing in the morning before you eat breakfast and have any chance or temptation to eat carbs or fat. If not, you’ll want to be aware of your breakfast and lunch throughout the day if you do your cardio in the afternoon of evening.
Pointer: you will always run the risk of losing a little bit of muscle on your body when doing it on a stomach that possesses little to no carbs and fat, but while this theory contains some truth, the reality is that most people do not do cardio at a high enough intensity to burn lots of muscle up, and also sacrificing a little muscle if it does occur is a small sacrifice to burn a lot of fat and turn your body into a fat burning machine.