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Getting Fitness Results Quickly

January 6th, 2013 · No Comments · Build Muscle

Working with office employees who are very busy requires a certain skill set. These men and women along with being very hectic are typically Type A personalities so want fast results with the minimal expenditure of time. Over the years I have created a number of express work out programmes that provide benefits for my clientele which keeps them happy and motivated.

I’m going to talk about the tips behind the design of these workouts in this article.

One thing I discovered several years ago was the effectiveness of putting different exercises together in a circuit type exercise session with minimum rest intervals. Not only does this get the client sweating and feeling like they’ve worked hard but it raises their total work output for the session and clearly raises their metabolism. I use compound movements such as squats, press ups, deadlifts and pull ups as they involve many muscle groups which once more raises the total quantity of calories burnt.

I typically make the circuits comprise of five-six of these sorts of exercises and get the person to perform several circuits with less than a minutes rest in between circuits.

Another technique I have utilised for numerous years to boost workload and calories burned is interval training. Interval training can be defined as a type of exercise where the participant performs quick bursts of intense exercise followed by intervals of rest. For example I get my clients to run as quickly as they can on the treadmill for 45 seconds and then they are allowed to stroll for 75 seconds to recover. Twenty minutes of this variety of exercise session provides so much better outcomes than the equivalent time of steady paced running!

This type of exercise works on a bike and a cross trainer but I find it works best on the rower. Most gyms come outfitted with some type of rowing machine. I get the participants to build up to ten 200 metre sprints on the rowing machine with only 30 seconds recovery in between bouts.

This variety of work out while being exhausting provides great benefits.
An physical exercise regime that I really like and use with my clients are Kettle bell workouts. These single handled, weighted implement can be utilised for a variety of exercises and movement patterns. They come in varying weights and I often use them to perform squat patterns, hip thrusts, press ups and power cleans. Because of the nature of kettle bell exercises being explosive it only takes a couple of of these exercises per work out to really get my clients fired up.

The combination of these few tips will help you get lean and strong. Any weight loss programme will no doubt need some nutritional intervention but with that said these exercise suggestions will help you drop some body fat and gain some lean tissue which is imperative if consistent long term weight reduction is to be attained. Attempt including some of these strategies to your own workouts in the next few weeks and watch the pounds begin to melt away.

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