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3 NEW Fat Loss Tips [SIMPLE]
by Dr. Kareem F. Samhouri, CSCS, HFS
Neuro Metabolic Fat Loss & Fitness Expert
The following three tips, when combined, yield
an unusually fast fat loss response:
- New Fat Loss Tip #1: Combine high fiber intake with short-burst, high-intensity exercise.
- New Fat Loss Tip #2: Use breakaway sets to break through plateaus.
- New Fat Loss Tip #3: Sit to rest if you want to lose fat really fast (but be careful!)
New Fat Loss Tip #1: Combine high fiber intake with short-burst,
Combining high fiber intake with short-burst, high intensity
exercise is done for a specific purpose – to regulate your
sympathetic/parasympathetic nervous systems. Basically,
the goal of doing high-intensity, short-burst exercise is to
stimulate a maximal sympathetic (or "fight of flight") response.
When you finish doing this, much like the concept of
reciprocal inhibition, your body switches into a "rest and digest"
mode, which is indicative of parasympathetic stimulation.
At the same time, you are more likely to regulate your body's
cortisol levels by raising DHEA, your body's calming hormone.
This works out well when you're eating a high fiber diet, b/c
the fiber has a mechanical effect during digestion to clean
your gut and help you absorb nutrients. Obviously, anything
we can do to help your parasympathetic nervous system
increase its efficiency with this is a plus.
New Fat Loss Tip #2: Use breakaway sets to break through
Breakaway sets refer to sets where you start heavy (or intense)
and you gradually decrease the resistance as you push yourself
to failure. Most people reserve these sets only for exercises
like bench press or lat pull, but they can be used with anything,
including bodyweight exercise. By going from the floor to an
inclined surface, you are decreasing the intensity of a bodyweight
exercise, which allows you to get a few more reps from every set.
Over time, your body adapts to being able to lift more, withstand
longer sets, and push your overall exercise ability. Simultaneously,
you'll increase your lactate threshold (very important) and bust
right through plateau points.
New Fat Loss Tip #3: Sit to rest if you want to lose fat really
fast (but be careful!)
Ok, so this is a bit controversial, but clinically, I've noticed this
to be true. Here's the deal: if you keep moving after a tough
set, in which you hit complete momentary muscular failure,
you are actually allowing the lactic acid in your bloodstream
to be re-absorbed back into your circulation and pumped
through your body. So, if our goal is to increase the amount
of repair your body undergoes for the next 2-3 days, yielding
a higher calorie burn, it stands to argue that we want to locally
deposit lactic acid in order to get a greater effect.
By resting immediately following every set, and I mean quiet
rest, you are forcing your body to accumulate lactic acid local
the muscles you just worked. The risk, naturally, becomes
avoiding injury in future workouts or movements, so make
sure to be careful and warm up properly (at least 15-20 minutes)
before attempting the following workout.
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