Fat loss training methods
Any Athleat knows that diet is the main contributing factor to your body composition...
So by organising your diet through Athleat, and getting the optimum amount of nutrition from whole food sources you can increase your athletic performance, and as a nice little bonus, your abs may make more of an appearance....
But we all need a little help to make those fat burning routines more interesting!
Below is a link to an article by leading strength and conditioner Chad Waterbury, the basis of which might change the way you think of losing stubborn fat:
As you can imagine there has been much research time and sweat invested into body-fat reduction. There have been many research studies that challenge the classic pre-breakfast 45 minute cardio session. Below are two alternatives based on interval training taken from an article on t-nation by Mark young.
The Trapp Study - Choose your cardio weapon then do 8 secs as full on as you can manage, to 12 secs active recovery....repeat 60 times. (total time 20 minutes) Be prepared, this is hard!
Tabata - Similar to above but with a different ratio, 20 seconds flat out to 10 seconds active recovery...repeat 8 times (total time 4 minutes!). More advanced athlete's repeat this tabata sequence 4 times with different cardio exercises.