7 Ways to Resurrect the Body You Were Created To Have

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Content: 7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle Tyron Piteau, CrossFit Level 1, BHK, CHEK Level 2 presents... 7 Ways to Resurrect the Body You Were Created To Have The Safe and Permanent Way to Lose Fat and Look, Feel and Live the Way You Want Dear Friend, When you think of boosting metabolism, burning body fat, and increasing muscle, what goes through your mind? Is it doing lots of cardio? High-rep, lightweight "toning" workouts? Endless abdominal exercises? Workouts lasting longer than 60 Minutes? If so, I'm glad you are reading this as you are going to learn why those are NOT the most effective ways to boost your metabolism; but alternatively, what IS. Enjoy! Tyron Piteau, CrossFit Level 1, BHK, CHEK Level 2
This information in this report is for education purposes only. It is not medical advice and is not intended to replace the advice or attention of health-care professionals. Consult your physician before beginning or making changes in your diet or exercise program, for diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries, and for advice regarding medications.
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle There are thousands and thousands, if not millions, of people that hold those same views. If that's you, you're not alone. To be completely honest with you I believed those views for years until I discovered what actually WORKS and you will too! The word metabolism simply refers to how many calories you burn each day. Our metabolism is controlled by many factors, including hormones, activity levels, stress, the amount and type of food you eat, the amount of rest and recovery you get, and of course, genetics.1 Fortunately, you can increase your metabolism by burning body fat with resistance training, intervals, and by eating wholesome, natural foods, the way God created them. So what's the bottom line? Increase your metabolism and you will burn more calories and lose more body fat all day long, every single day, even long after your exercise session is over and you are sound asleep. And that's why I need to share with you seven of my proven tips on how to resurrect the body you were created to have. But first, lets take a look at some of the common mistakes people make in an attempt to boost their metabolism, burn body fat, and increase muscle only to be looking and feeling the same month after month, year after year. As you'll see it doesn't have to be that way.
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle "I feel perky, fit, fun, sexy, and energetic - essentially the old self had returned!" "I'm able to run and not be afraid of hills. I feel strong, toned, and great in my bikini. Dressing now is more fun as things just fit better. A few things I've noticed: -Lost 7 lbs -Went from size 6 to 4 -Lost inches in my arms, thighs, and butt. -Developed defined abs and a flat tummy. I'm now up for any challenge!" Elaine Spendiff, Mother and business owner (Sales and Marketing), North Vancouver, BC 5 Nutrition Mistakes I honestly believe that the nutrition component of an effective plan is THE MOST important aspect when compared to exercise, supplements, and even rest and recovery. Now don't get me wrong those are all important and when implemented together with proper nutrition you will be well on your way to getting the results you want. However if you don't have your nutrition dialled in right, you'll be whistling Dixie as my mom would say. As one fitness professional stated, "You can out eat a bad program, but you cannot out train a bad diet." What this means is you could be on a far-from-effective exercise program and still get good results as long as you were eating right. Alternatively, if you're on a sound exercise program (like the one you'll learn below), but are eating poorly, your results will be poor. (When I say eating poorly I don't necessarily mean eating fast food and jelly donuts, but poor or inappropriate for your goals).
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle So to resurrect the body you were created to have you absolutely, positively MUST eat right or you will not get amazing results. PERIOD. So before we get into what to do, lets first discuss the most common nutrition mistakes when it comes to boosting metabolism and burning body fat. 1. Eating processed, refined carbohydrates. I know you are probably thinking, "Yeah Tyron I know this, that's obvious." I agree yet with all the information out there about the dangers and how damaging (to your health and weight) processed foods are, I still see people eating them by the handfuls. So as obvious as it may be, it must not be to literally thousands and thousands around us. Stick to starches of the non-gluten variety such as sweet potatoes, yams and squashes as the more processed and refined a food is, the quicker it raises your blood sugar and the faster and more it stores as body fat. Really that should be all you need to know to kick the habit. 2. Drinking calorie-containing drinks and fruit juices. Another obvious one (more the calorie-containing drinks) but still not applied in a large majority of people especially in those wanting to boost their metabolism and burn body fat. Now the fruit juice part might come as a shock to you but hear me out. Fruit juice (especially the processed, pasteurized kind) is essentially liquid sugar (detrimental for fat loss). During processing most of the fibre is removed, the enzyme content is significantly if not completely destroyed, many of the vitamins namely Vitamin C have been drastically reduced, etc. So as you can see there's not much left once it reaches your cup. Also, there is as much sugar in a glass of orange juice as there is in a candy bar and most of it is fructose. Research indicates that it's the fructose, not the glucose, half of sugar (sugar = fructose + glucose) that is the most harmful, especially for children2 and mostly in the form of high-fructose corn syrup which is abundant in soft drinks. By eliminating calorie-containing drinks, you will be significantly reducing your caloric intake leading to fat loss. Don't drink your calories, eat them! ;)
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3. Not eating breakfast. Research indicates that people who consistently eat breakfast tend to be significantly leaner than those who don't. Additionally, breakfast is a great way to stunt the release of cortisol (a hormone that tells your body to store fat). What you don't want happening is, training correctly, eating properly, getting adequate rest, and then skip breakfast every day only to have your body begin to breakdown the muscle you worked so hard to build. You're shooting yourself in the foot. 4. Eating 2-3 "meals" per day. I say "meals" because what most people call a "meal" isn't one. Rice cakes, a muffin, or even a piece of fruit or some vegetables isn't a meal or even a proper snack for boosting your metabolism and burning body fat. You should eat to prevent hunger, not because you are hungry. When you eat only 2-3 "meals" per day, you don't stay in an anabolic or tissue building state (necessary for fat loss), but go more into a catabolic or tissue breakdown state. This catabolic state breaks down your muscle tissue, your fat burner furnace, leading to less calories being burned throughout the day and ultimately more fat stored.6 As you can see this is not ideal for getting the body you were created to have. The exception to this rule, is scheduled, intentional intermittent fasting which is very effective. 5. Avoiding fat. Probably one, if not the, biggest mistake people make in trying to lose fat. If this is you, don't feel ashamed as the company you keep is enormous. The idea that fats (good fats of course) will make you fat has been accepted hook, line, and sinker! Eating the three natural fats (saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated) in a healthy balance will drastically improve your health and even help you LOSE fat. Yup you read that right. You need to eat fat to lose fat! Of course there are fats you need to avoid so lets not go into the ditch on the other side and eat all fats. Hydrogenated and partially hydrogenated oils and trans fat are ones you MUST avoid such as shortenings, margarines, and any processed or refined vegetable oil. Don't even give them to your worst enemy! They are also found in cookies, crackers, cereals, frozen foods, packaged foods, breads, snack foods, salad dressings, mayonnaise, and so on. Not that you'd be eating these anyway right?
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Before you learn what you should be doing nutritionally lets touch on some of the common exercise mistakes people make. "It only took a few sessions before I started to notice a difference." By the time I'd finished two and a half months, I was feeling great and had lost 12lbs and 2 dress sizes! Now, I feel really excited when I go to each session. I'm more motivated about my training than I ever have been all because I took advantage of a great opportunity." Sandy Racicot, Veterinarian Assistant, North Vancouver, BC 5 Exercise Mistakes As I mentioned above, nutrition, not exercise, is the most important aspect when it comes to boosting your metabolism, burning body fat, and resurrecting the body your were created to have. However exercise is absolutely necessary if you want to get amazing results. Without adding the right exercises (we'll touch on that briefly later), you will not increase your muscle tissue and thus your metabolism, which equates to less fat being burned throughout the whole day, even while asleep. So lets delve into some of the more common mistakes so you can see where maybe you've been missing it. 1. Doing lots of cardio. Now before I get bombarded with emails saying, "Tyron how can you say cardio is bad? I've gotten good results with it", let me qualify it. The key is doing LOTS of cardio apart from increasing your muscle tissue through resistance training and intervals (which we'll get into later). One problem with this is that most people are not fit enough to run. As strange as that sounds its true. Mike Boyle, a successful strength coach in the U.S., says, "You can't run to get fit, you need to get fit to run."13 Most people particularly women, sorry ladies, are weak. The less stability you have around your joints, the more susceptible you are to muscle and joints injuries. Running in particular is quite an advanced form of exercise. Within any given mile there are roughly 1500 foot strikes and per foot strike, the force generated through the body is roughly five to seven times bodyweight. Now if your posture is poor and your muscles are weak and thus not able to stabilize your joints per foot strikes, you'll be one hurting individual who's going to have a hard time exercising effectively to burn fat.
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Another problem with lots of cardio is that it's not the most efficient use of your time when trying to boost your metabolism and burn body fat. Research has shown that the EPOC (Excess Post-exercise oxygen consumption), a fancy way of saying how long it takes for your metabolism to come down from an elevated level and return to pre-exercise level, is low after doing low-intensity, steady-state cardio and returns to normal within minutes after finishing whereas with highintensity intervals (we'll discuss this later) the EPOC is high and stays high even after the exercise session is finished even up to 24 hours afterward and possibly 48 hours depending on intensity.3, 10 Sure, you may burn more calories with one hour of steady-state cardio than one hour of resistance training, but it's the calories you burn in the other 23 hours OUTSIDE of the gym that really matter. Steady-state cardio does little to change how your body looks. Sure, you may lose 5, 10, or maybe even 20 pounds, but you'll still be the same "shape." You won't look leaner and tighter, only smaller and smoother (not to mention weaker).10 Additionally, as world renowned fat loss expert Alwyn Cosgrove points out, your body adapts very well to cardiovascular exercise3, 10 (in this case, steady-state cardio). For burning body fat and resurrecting the body you were created to have, this is a bad thing. What happens is you get more efficient at running a certain distance, and thus the work required to complete that distance becomes less and less as you get fitter. Now here's where the problem lies. To improve, you have to go further or faster in order to burn the same amount of calories. What once took you 30 minutes to burn "X" amount of calories, now takes you 45 minutes.10 Not the most efficient way or use of your time. Just remember to look past the exercise session itself as it's the amount of muscle you build and the EPOC effect that's going to get you the results YOU want. 2. Performing high-rep, light-weight "toning" workouts. I'll give credit to those who think this way as at least they are lifting weights which is an excellent start; however the fact of just lifting weights is not necessarily going to do it. Now when I mention light weights for high repetitions I mean lifting a weight where you are at least able to perform 20 repetitions or more. The problem with this approach is that it doesn't cause enough protein breakdown (or protein turnover) in the muscles and a metabolic "debt" to stimulate adequate lean muscle growth. Additionally, your muscles will lack what's known as muscle hardness, that nice, lean, tight look.
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle This may shock you, but free you at the time. Utilizing light weights (anything above 20 reps in my book) while dieting will likely result in a loss of muscle, which is the exact opposite of what you want to happen. When you diet your body will adapt to the significant caloric deficit by downregulating hormones involved in metabolism and break down metabolically active tissue, namely muscle through increased levels of catabolic (tissue breakdown) hormones.3, 10 Your body does this to work at your reduced caloric intake. Your body essentially goes into mini starvation/survival mode. Doesn't sound good so far does it? This is precisely what you do not want to do. If you train light, you won't create enough protein breakdown in the muscles to stimulate further lean muscle growth. I will mention though that there is a need for caloric deficit, as you need to burn off more calories than you take in, however not to the extent or extreme that is common place. The key for shaping and toning your body is to stimulate as much fat loss and muscle growth as possible through a resistance that is "shocking" enough to your nervous system to cause it to recruit as many muscle fibres as possible. To obtain this benefit you'll want to use a resistance for any particular exercise where you can only lift between 6 to 15 reps. This will ultimately lead to you making greater improvements in lean muscle mass and fat loss. 3. Using isolation exercises. If you truly want to resurrect the body you were created to have, a body with a roaring metabolism, more muscle and an ability to burn fat throughout the day, then leave isolation exercises out of your program. Exercises such as triceps kickbacks, side-lying hip abductions, thigh adductions, leg extensions, concentration curls, and such fall into This category. The problem with these exercises is 1) they don't work a large amount of muscle at once and thus don't burn a large amount of calories, 2) you have to perform way too many of them, and 3) your workouts will take way too long to get the effect you want of increasing muscle and burning fat in a time-efficient manner. Essentially don't have a bulk of your exercise program revolve around these types of exercises. You will be disappointed if you do. (Keep reading and you'll learn some time-efficient, fat-burning methods).
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4. Doing endless abdominal exercises. I believe this one stems from people believing that if they work their abs, and I mean REALLY work their abs, they will lose inches off their waist and fat from their midsection. Unfortunately it just doesn't work that way, at least in the real world. What they are hoping for is spot reduction, meaning to work a particular muscle or area to lose body fat from that particular area. Research studies have shown that there is in fact statistical significance in training a localized area and applying topical substances for spot reduction4, 5; however the significance doesn't carry over into the real world. Let me explain. One study in particular showed that the difference ends up being an average of about 1.2 mg of fat in 30 minutes of reps per 100 g of adipose tissue. In other words, to burn off an extra 1g of fat per 100g it would take several hours of continuous localized exercise. So in the real world - this is an irrelevant finding. Later you'll learn a way that's time-efficient and effective for getting the job done even when you're not working that specific area! Suffice it to say, 3 keys to abs are: 1) Fat loss through proper nutrition 2) Building overall muscle and abdominal strength through resistance training 3) Fat loss through interval training12 5. Performing workouts lasting longer than 60 minutes. Most people realistically don't have 1.5 to 2 hours or more to train, nor want to. Not only do these long workouts take a huge chunk of time out of your day, but they are also not effective and in fact can be detrimental to your efforts of achieving the body you were created to have. The reason these marathon workouts can be detrimental is that if you are not a person that has a super healthy diet, sleeps nine plus hours a night, gets all the rest and recovery needed, and has very low stress levels, your body will not be able to handle and deal effectively with the extra stress created from the long workout (exercise is a stress). Therefore your body will begin to breakdown (muscle, immune system, etc) and, as strange as it sounds, STORE body fat!1 Essentially what happens is since you are not giving your body the raw materials and rest and recovery it needs, your body perceives what you are doing as an "emergency" situation and begins to "fight" back. Without getting into the details of what's going on, suffice it to say you're just whistling Dixie. So unless you are a professional athlete, a movie star, or have inherited millions and don't need to work and have all the time in the world, you will probably agree
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle with me. You and I live in the real world and need real world results in as little time as possible. "The results are already apparent!" "It has been about three weeks since I started working with Tyron and he has, what I feel, a unique approach to training. I needed to lose some weight and I needed to build and tone muscle, but more important, I needed to kick a sugar habit that was out of control. My commitment to working out with Tyron three times per week plus following his "make-sense" dietary programme has yielded results very quickly. I have not had any sugar nor do I crave it. I have lost weight and feel and see the difference already. Tyron is easy to work with ­ entirely pleasant, very sincere and shows a keen interest in my accomplishments. I would recommend Tyron to anyone who is genuinely interested in improving their overall health." Terri Weber, Realtor, West Vancouver, BC The Stuff That Works! Now that the mistakes are out of the way and behind you, lets move forward and get into the stuff that's tried, tested and true to boost your metabolism, burn body fat, and increase muscle. Don't do what the typical person does, and you won't get typical person results. 3 Nutrition Habits for Amazing Results 1. Eat breakfast ­ every day! In my experience this has got to be the one people have neglected the most when they've initially come to see me. My guess is because people don't see the fat loss value in it. Now no more excuses. After 8-12 hours of fasting (between your last meal the night before to breakfast the next day) the body is in a catabolic (tissue breakdown) state and as the hours progress the situation gets worse.6, 10 Remember what we talked about earlier that if catabolic hormones (cortisol for instance tells your body to store fat!) rise and anabolic hormones decline then your body will begin to breakdown muscle tissue in an attempt to supply fuel to the body because muscle is not the most important thing to have for survival of course. And remember the less muscle tissue you have, the less calories (or fat) you burn.
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle What's better in terms of caloric burn: having your metabolism run like a Pinto or a Ferrari? It's obvious right. We want to use calories like the Ferrari uses gasoline, by guzzling them! Studies show that people who eat breakfast on a consistent basis tend to be significantly leaner than those who don't.9 So if you are not eating breakfast EVERY morning you are prolonging the time the body breaks down muscle and slows your metabolism leading you to burning less and less body fat day after day after day. But it's your choice. 2. Eat 4-6 times per day. When I say "eat 4-6 times per day" I don't necessarily mean meals, but feedings. Let me explain. Just as in #1 above, you want to eat frequently to prevent catabolism or tissue breakdown and to keep your Blood Sugar Levels balanced. When blood sugar levels go up and down throughout the day you are more susceptible to storing body fat and to having your Energy levels fluctuate up and down. Essentially frequent feedings will keep these catabolic (tissue breakdown) hormones low, the anabolic (tissue building) hormones high, your blood sugar balanced, and your muscles feed with the nutrients they need to repair, recover, and grow.6 Even if you're not hungry and it's been three hours, it's time to EAT. If you are pressed for time and can't eat a proper meal of protein and vegetables, choose either a handful of nuts, a protein shake or a handful of beef or salmon jerky.7 The idea is to get something in. 3. Eat protein with every meal (at least 3 times per day). This time when I mention "every meal" I don't mean every feeding as in the case with #2, but every meal. I want you to break up your eating into meals and snacks all of which make up your daily feedings. With every meal choose a complete protein source such as chicken, beef, fish, eggs, etc and a vegetable source. Protein will up-regulate your metabolism, improve your muscle mass and recovery, and reduce your body fat.8 Sounds pretty good doesn't it?
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle Protein is also metabolically costly meaning that it requires more energy (30%, compared to 6% for carbs and 3% for fats) to breakdown 1 gram of protein compared to 1 gram of carbohydrate or 1 gram of fat.9 Protein also takes longer to digest which will give you a greater feeling of satiety and prevent hunger pangs.9 (Will greatly help in preventing you from nibbling on foods you should avoid). Lastly, and I know you'll like this one, protein provides the essential (and nonessential) amino acids necessary to increase that precious muscle you are seeking.9 Remember the more muscle tissue you have, the more calories you will burn all day long, even while resting and asleep! Alright contestants, start your chewing! "I have lost a lot of inches since the beginning of boot camp, most of them after I started the nutrition plan." "It's fantastic! I can wear pants that I was wearing two years ago, before I gained all the fat. I feel great and I have a lot of energy. My weight also dropped by 6 pounds since the beginning of the nutrition plan. The tailor had to take inches off my wedding dress because it was too big!" Emmy Vallee, Lawyer, Vancouver, BC
4 Exercise Habits for Amazing Results
1. Use moderately heavy weights.
If you are a female and worried about getting big and bulky, don't be, it's near impossible.
The next time you're talking to a guy ask him, "Is it easy for you to build muscle, get big, and put on weight?" I'm certain his response will be a resounding NO. Even for men it's hard to build big and bulky muscle even though they try really hard.
Women are physiologically at a disadvantage to putting on big and bulky muscle as they have ten times less free testosterone in their bodies than men.10
So as long as you don't secretly get synthetic substance help (you know what I mean) and devote your whole life to training you'll be more than fine using moderately heavy weights to boost your metabolism, burn body fat, and increase muscle.
The reason moderately heavy weights are used is because it has been shown that your resting metabolic rate (how many calories your body burns at rest) depends on protein turnover.11 One study in particular found that Young People with more
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle muscle had higher resting metabolic rates. 11 As mentioned above, the more muscle tissue you have, the more calories you will burn. Two ways protein turnover can be stimulated is through resistance training using heavy weights and high-intensity interval training. The harder you train, the more the protein turnover.11 Another study showed that performing sets of 6-8 repetitions will give you better results than from sets of 12 repetitions and higher.11 So get out there and put some more weight on the bar (do get a trainer to watch that you are doing it correctly) and watch your body fat disappear and your metabolism soar! 2. Use compound, multi-joint exercises. No more leg extensions, triceps kickbacks, side-lying leg abductions, or thigh adductions. If you want to get amazing results, save time, and get the most bangfor-your-buck start using multi-joint exercises such as squats, deadlifts, single-leg movements, bench presses, rows, pull-ups, etc. Who said these were just male exercises? (Refer back to #1 if you are a female and worry crept in again about getting big and bulky between reading #1 and now). These movements are truly functional in that they improve a real life quality or function, i.e. everyday life activities such as squatting down to pick up something or getting in and out of the car (which is more complex than you think). You will be able to burn more calories (i.e. fat) and build more muscle using multi-joint exercises since with these exercises you will be recruiting more muscle "to do the job" thus more weight/resistance can be added therefore more calories will be burned. Put the days of the glute-blaster machine behind you and reach towards the real glute-blasting, fat burning exercises. (Do make sure you start light and perform each movement with good posture and PROPER form). 3. Use high-intensity interval training. Remember don't get caught up in thinking that "cardio" is the most important aspect of a fat loss program as the bulk of your success will come from training with moderately heavy weights and sound nutrition. Don't get me wrong though as I do encourage clients to perform traditional cardio, but the difference is it's not first on the list of priorities, but fourth. Interval training takes precedence to traditional cardio.
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Research has shown that "intense exercise increases use of free-fatty acids after exercise during glycogen [sugar] resynthesis".11 This suggests that in the recovery period after intense exercise, the body will depend more heavily on fats for energy while it replenishes muscle glycogen (energy stores). Research conducted by Dr. Angelo Tremblay at Laval University in Quebec has shown that high-intensity interval training is more effective for fat loss than continuous low-intensity "aerobic" training.11 Remember it's the EPOC effect you are going for. A single 15-20 minute bout of high-intensity intervals will create a greater metabolic disturbance and for longer (24-48 hours) than a 45-60 minute bout of sub-maximal intensity.3, 10 Now I'm assuming since you've read this far you're looking to get lean, boost your metabolism, burn body fat, and resurrect the body you were created to have. If so, then high-intensity interval training should definitely be a staple in your program. 4. Use variety. Question for you. What happens when you perform the same exercises, in the same way, with the same weight, week in and week out, month in and month out? The same body! Not too exciting huh. Then why do most (and I mean a large percentage of) people at commercial gyms do that? Is it ignorance? Too much effort? Familiarity? I'm guessing it's probably some of those and more. The good thing is your body "adapts" in response to training or else you wouldn't make progress and get closer to your ideal you, but at the same time the problem is that your body rapidly adapts to training. Gains from a once successful program will soon diminish, indicating that your training program should be changed regularly. This makes perfect sense. Your body is very smart and efficient. If you ask your body to lift the same weight week in and week out, your body will only change enough in order to meet that demand.11 In order to maintain continual fat loss and muscle growth, you must continually change your program variables. Constantly changing your exercise selection, the number of sets and reps for each exercise, and other variables all demand your body to adapt and expend more energy (and fat) to get used to it. Beginners may be able to go 4-6 weeks (or
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle more) before adapting to a program and reaching the point of diminished returns. In contrast, advanced trainees may need to severely adjust their programs within as little as 1-2 weeks in order to continue reaching their goals. Your changes can be as simple as changing the technique of an exercise, the length of your rest intervals, or the number of sets per exercise. You can also choose to be more radical and completely change up the type of workout you are using. So if you want to keep your metabolism elevated, burn body fat, increase muscle, and not waste time and effort in the gym then definitely make changes to your program on a regular basis. "I've lost 12 pounds to date. My clothes are feeling much looser than they used to be and I'm feeling stronger." "My name is Diane Clemens, I'm 57 years old. I started coming to Tyron since April so I've been coming for about 7 months. The reason I wanted to come and see a personal trainer is I wanted to make my body stronger, I wanted to ward off osteoporosis, and lose some weight, which I've done ­ I've lost 12 pounds to date. My clothes are feeling much looser than they used to be and I'm feeling stronger. I really found Tyron's nutritional counseling very helpful and really would recommend it to any of my friends if they wanted to stay healthy and get strong." Diane Clemens, Age 57, Mother of 2, West Vancouver, BC Remember if you don't do what the typical person does, and you won't get typical person results. You're in the know, you've learned the goods, now it's up to you to put them to practice and be consistent as it's in YOUR power to resurrect the body YOU were created to have! Tyron Piteau, CrossFit Level 1, BHK, CHEK Level 2 P.S. Feel free to "Like" our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/MakersBodyCrossFit.
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7 Ways to Boost Your Metabolism, Burn Body Fat, and Increase Muscle · Free 60 minute intro session with Tyron and The Maker's Body CrossFit ($20 value) To receive your free intro session contact Tyron at [email protected] or (604) 626.2342. References 1 Rigsby, H., 5 Ways to Regain Your Fat Burning Metabolism, www.fityummymummy.com, 2007. 2 Chek, Paul., You Are What You Eat CD Series. C.H.E.K. Institute, San Diego, CA, 2002. 3 Cosgrove, Alwyn., Afterburn, Cosgrove Results Fitness Training, Newhall, CA, 2004. 4 Armanini, D., Nacamulli, D., Francini-Pesenti, F., Battagin, G., Ragazzi, E., Fiore, C., Glycyrrhetinic acid, the active principle of licorice, can reduce the thickness of subcutaneous thigh fat through topical application, Steroids. 2005, Jul;70(8):538-42. Epub., 2005, April 12. 5 Caruso, MK., Pekarovic, S., Raum, W.J., Greenway, F., Topical fat reduction from the waist. Diabetes Obes. Metab., 2007, May;9(3):3006 Gentilcore, T., Dieting Disasters, www.T-Nation.com, 2007. 7 Waterbury, Chad., 10/10 Transformation, www.chadwaterbury.com, 2007. 8 Berardi, J., Precision Nutrition, Science Link, Austin, Texas, 2005. 9 Gentilcore, T., Nutrition for Newbies, www.T-Nation.com, 2007. 10 Gentilcore, T., 4 Things Your Girlfriend Should Know, www.T-Nation.com, 2007. 11 Ballantyne, C., Turbulence Training, CB Athletic Conditioning, www.turbulencetraining.com, Toronto, Ontario, 2004. 12 Ballantyne, C., The Dark Side of Cardio, CB Athletic Conditioning, www.turbulencetraining.com, Toronto, Ontario, 2004. 13 Gentilcore, T., Training Disasters, www.T-Nation.com, 2007.
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