Getting rid of fat, part 20. My free belly fat book talks about the surprising information in research science on how you can achieve optimal fat loss without constant dieting. [Read more…]
Before discovering the Every Other Day Diet, fitness pro Jon Benson was “obese.” Now he’s on magazine covers. It goes to show you what you can do if you set your mind to it. He found out what all the popular weight loss programs miss. It comes down to the crucial concept of combining what you eat with when you eat. Read more to find out what this means and how you can benefit from it. [Read more…]
The every other day diet thing seems to be really weird at first glance. You do not have to diet every day for the rest of you life to keep the fat off. That would be depressing. Here are a couple of recipes for some great food on a so-called diet day. If dieting can be this good, imagine what a non-diet day could be tomorrow. [Read more…]
Easy and sensible fat loss are features of the every other day diet. And the good news is that all the information you need to know is free. Here is where to start getting it. [Read more…]
The every other day diet does not mean that you eat only every other day. No, it is a plan for diet strategies on alternating days so that you can never go hungry or have cravings. It is pretty cool, especially when you know how add cardio exercise for optimum results, as explained here.
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Several recent studies have pointed to the validity of doing very short cardio sessions (10 minutes) several times a day as being as beneficial… or even better… than one longer session. I agree, assuming you do some form of interval work in your cardio sessions. In fact, unless you want to drop a lot of bodyfat, you can get by with one 9-minute session a day if you do it right.
Quick Start: Try three super-short sessions with at least a 2-3 minute higher-intensity ‘burst’ in the middle. You do not have to go to the gym to do this. You can do this by walking stairs, stepping up and down on a low platform, or even walking outside. Let’s face it: 10 minutes is a lot easier on the brain than 30 minutes… and just as good.
In 7 Minute Body, I cover my personal 9 and 15-minute cardio sessions, my 3-minute abs workout (no kidding… I do not train my abs for more than 3 minutes!) and more.
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