Weight Loss Success Coach Jay Nixon talks about one of his secret weapons in the war on body fat. Jay has developed a Body Fat incinerating protocol that he uses on all of his clients. One of the key supplements in the protocol is L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. To find out more about Jay’s Body Fat Burning Protocol contact him on his website at www.nixonelite.com.
Jump start your metabolism with a 15 minute workout!
A little exercise can go a long way. Just 15 minutes of weight training can help flatten your stomach, say researchers from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. They found that performing a single set of a 10-exercise circuit boosted metabolism as much as 3 sets of the same routine did. ”The longer you train, the more calories you burn,” says study author Erik Kirk, Ph.D. ”The first set of an exercise turns on hormones that control your metabolism, and additional sets don’t seem to increase the process.”
#1: Consume 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight daily
Protein provides amino acids which are the building blocks of muscle protein. Although mainstream nutritional guidelines recommend less than half a gram of protein per pound of body weight for the average person, research shows that athletes (everyone has an athlete in them) – especially those concerned with adding lean muscle and burning excess body fat - need to consume at least 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight. Beginners should try to get in 1.5 grams per pound per day for the first six months of training, since this is when your muscles will respond most rapidly. For the 180-pounder, this means 270 grams per day at the outset and a bare minimum of 180 grams daily thereafter.
#2: Eat every 2-3 hours
Eating throughout the day helps you both gain lean muscle and burn fat by ensuring there’s a steady supply of energy and amino acids fueling your muscles. The key is to keep every meal about the same size. If you pig out with a 1,200-calorie lunch, you’ll be less likely to eat 2-3 hour later and could gain the wrong kind of weight, since excess calories are often stored a body fat. Aim for at least six meals per day and up to eight, which the 180-pounder would mean roughly 500-600 calories per meal.
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