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Is Your
Fat Burning Exercise Routine
Keeping You Fat
And
Unhealthy?

By Rob Poulos, Fat Loss &
Fitness Expert & Creator of 'Fat
Burning Furnace'Fat Burning Furnace Review

The
majority of exercisers today still rely on
long duration moderate paced aerobic
exercise as their primary routine to burn
fat fast. But recent studies have
shown that this is a big, I mean big
mistake. In fact, you could say that
the whole aerobics explosion of a few
decades past was one of the biggest mistakes
in the health and fitness industry.
Why? [please contact me for website address]

There
are several reasons, but I’ll focus on the
two main issues here. When you
exercise at a moderate pace for extended
periods of time (as in the typically
recommended percent of your target heart
rate), your body is burning fat during the
exercise. While this may sound good,
it’s actually bad news.

This
sends a signal to your body to keep a
certain amount of stored fat available for
your next workout. You’re essentially
telling it that it needs fat available to
burn, ‘because you’ll be doing this exercise
again. So while we may be burning some
calories during this exercise, after the
exercise is over, our body begins storing up
some fat for the next workout.
Obviously not what we’re looking for in
terms of maximum ability to burn fat
fast.

The
other big concern with moderately paced
aerobic exercise performed several times per
week is that it trains your body (heart,
lungs, muscles, etc.) to become
efficient. Again, this may sound good,
but what is actually happening is bad for
long term health. You are working only
within your existing aerobic limits, without
improving your aerobic
capacity.

This
is important because your aerobic capacity
is what determines how your body responds in
times of physical, emotional, and mental
stress. If you reduce your capacity
for work, as you do in this type of
exercise, you’re reducing your long term
health, no to mention a poor chance of
burning fat. [please contact me for website address]

The
good news is, you can reverse these effects
by instead focusing your workouts on high
intensity resistance training, with workouts
that last 15-20 minutes on average, and can
only be performed 2-3 times per
week.

These
workouts will burn carbohydrates instead of
fat during the workout, and will cause your
body to use its fat stores to replenish the
burned carbs over the next 24 hours, after
the workout is done! This type of work
will also increase your reserve capacity and
thus your ability to handle all types of
stress, leading to lasting health and
fitness...and 24/7 fat burning.
Nice!

But
the exercise must be performed correctly to
be effective, and that means using
sufficient intensity, and keeping your rest
periods between exercises and sets down to
60 seconds or less.

The
students of my Fat Burning Furnace method
know this, and are reaping the
benefits. When you think about how
little time you have to spend compared to
the typically recommended methods to get
these fat burning and health creating
results, it’s almost magical.

Fat Burning Furnace Review

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