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3 Reasons Resistance Training Drops Pounds

Traditionally, steady-state aerobic exercise has been the front "runner" when it comes to dropping pounds. There is no denying that running, cycling or using the elliptical will move the scale. But, is it the best method for improving body composition (fat mass:muscle mass)? The following list contains a few science backed reasons of why resistance training will get you bathing suit ready!

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5 Lifestyle Habits for Max Results in Minimum Time!


One of the biggest roadblocks that stand between trainees and their goals is consistency! The importance of being consistent is what makes building muscle and losing fat one of the hardest things around. You're pretty much working towards your goal 24/7 and if you're not doing something positive, then you're most likely doing something negative!

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Cardio Exercises That Burn Lots Of Calories


A study at Harvard University revealed that a 185-pound male can burn close to 400 calories over the course of a 30-minute row! This averages out to around 13 calories per minute, thats some efficient work right there!

Indoor rowing is a great total body trainer because you need to utilize the arms, legs and back for efficient strokes. Want to burn even more calories while rowing? Check out The Gym of Avon's blog; 6 Hacks To Burn More Calories While Rowing.

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Shed Belly Fat With This Routine

The plan remains the same - start moving and eat better- is still the best way to shed belly fat! However, there are also ways to expedite the process through strength training and high intensity intervals!

Compelling research has revealed that the bestmethod for shedding belly fat is to perform short bursts of intense exercise. The bright side is that this style of training does not require you to spend hours a day killing yourself in the gym. If done correctly, you can achieve dramatic fat loss through less than an hour in the gym, 3-days per week!

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Lose Body Fat and Keep It Off For Good

More than 2 out of every 3 U.S. adults are either considered overweight or obese! So, how do we lose body fat and keep it off? Because, the problem that plagues most individuals is not losing the extra fat as much as it is gaining it back! Countless studies show that the majority of people who drop fat, tend to regain it (and some) within a few years. 

Here are 5 strategies that can help prevent rebound fat gain so that all your hard work doesn't go down the drain. 

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