Weight Loss Program-Workout Program

Weight Loss Program-Workout Program

Cardio workout programsucks & then we find

There are so many fat loss

myths out there in "exercise-land" that I was hired by Men''s

Fitness magazine to write about one myth each month.

probably heard that if you don''t do 60-minutes of cardio

workout program in your fat burning zone on an empty stomach

while Venus is in line with Jupiter, you''ll never burn

that not only are they wrong and give false hope to millions of

people trying to lose weight, but they also waste your time and

I have also seen these myths

used as justification for cheating on a diet, watching

countless men and women justify their "treats"

because they believe they are on some type of magical exercise

I could go on for days about

fitness myths, but I cut my list from 30 down to the Top 5 Fat

Loss Workout Program Myths today. I''ll save the other 25 for

do cardio workout first thing in the morning on an empty

to hop on the treadmill at 4:30am every morning. Let''s allow

common sense to dictate when and how you exercise.

If you want to work out first

thing in the morning, and I know that is the best time for many

TT readers, by all means, go ahead and do it. There''s nothing

magical about this time - although it is often the only time

many of day many people have to themselves.

We need to think "outside of

the hour" of exercise and realize that calorie burning and fat

burning goes on for 24-hours. Forget about the theories and

exercise - as long as you exercise intensely and consistently.

workouts to increase your metabolism for as many hours after

exercise as possible. That is best done with interval training

do your cardio workouts in your "fat burning

While you might burn a larger

proportion of total calories as fat when you exercise in your

fat burning zone, you burn fewer calories overall by exercising

workout program intensity and get out of your so-called "fat

burning zone", you burn more total calories, and as a result,

zone" training doesn''t put "turbulence" on your muscles...so

you don''t burn many calories in the post-exercise time period.

But with interval training, you burn a significant amount of

calories for hours after training, and

that leads to more fat loss.

people that have avoided the fat burning zone while still

managing to lose dozens of pounds of fat.

The "fat burning zone" is one of the biggest fitness myths of

do cardio for 20 minutes before you burn

When I hear this, I picture a

fat-burning switch in my body that turns on only after I''ve

been doing "cardio" for 20 minutes. But

for 19 minutes and 59 seconds? Are you telling me that I won''t

have burned any fat? That''s ridiculous.

What if I did it on an empty

stomach in the morning and in my target heart rate zone? (read

I''ll say it one last time. We

need to be more concerned with our 24-hour metabolism, not how

much fat or even how many calories are burned during the

cold water will help you burn calories and lose

Standing in line at the grocery store is a great place to pick

up the latest fat loss myths. You''ll also find this one all

with some calculations showing that by drinking 8 glasses of

ice-cold water you can burn 70 calories per day. I don''t believe that actually

holds true in real life. Regardless, drinking cold water

is not going to burn any more fat off your body than drinking

strongly believe you should drink 12 glasses of water per day,

but the temperature of your water won''t have any effect on your

pound of muscle will burn 50 extra calories each

cutting down a myth that supports my use of strength training

in a fat loss program. But I have an obligation to set the

record straight about this extremely prevalent myth (even

though I just saw a big name fitness expert perpetuate this

This myth sounds so good. Add

a pound ouf muscle, boost your metabolism 50 calories. That

doesn''t seem out of line at all.

But do the math for a guy

that puts on 30 pounds of muscle. Does his metabolism really

increase by 1500 calories? Absolutely not. For an average guy,

that would require his resting metabolism to increase from 2500

calories to 4000 calories per day. How would he be able to keep

any of that muscle with a metabolism like that? He''d have to

So when you look at the big picture, you can see this little

That''s not to say you should

stop your strength training, but just don''t use this myth as an

excuse to cheat on your diet.Bonus Myth: Negative Calorie Foods Cause You to Lose

negative calorie food requires more energy to digest than it

provides you when you eat it. And included in the negative

calorie food list are apples and bananas.

So by this logic, I would

actually starve to death if I had nothing to eat but apples

(because I would have a net energy loss from

eating a so-called "negative calorie" food).

There is no such thing as a

It''s a shame that people are

out there promoting this stuff, and it''s too bad that so many

it sounds too good to be true, it probably is."

Instead, let the common sense fat loss principles apply. It''s

going to take consistent effort, working hard at your workouts

and with your nutrition to get the results you want.

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Specialist and writes for Men''s Health,

Men''s Fitness, Maximum Fitness, Muscle and

Fitness Hers, and Oxygen magazines. His

workouts have been featured multiple times

in Men’s Fitness and Maximum Fitness

magazines, and have helped thousands of men

and women around the world lose fat, gain

muscle, and get lean in less than 45

minutes three times per week. For more

workouts that will help you burn fat

without long, slow cardio sessions or fancy

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