Tuesday, October 05, 2010

How to cut & burn calories

On Sunday night I had dinner with a muscle building buddy of mine who swore he wasn't eating any more bread for the rest of the year, because he wanted to lose belly fat. And he then proceeded to order french fries with his steak.

People sure do make some weird nutritional choices, don't they?! Crazy world.

The key to fat loss, of course, is cutting out junk (like fries) and cutting back on calories while burning a lot more fat with high intensity workouts.

If you are struggling with calorie intake, cut the following foods from your nutrition plan:

1) Juice
2) Soda
3) Cereal bars
4) Giant muffins and similar snacks you can get at coffee shops
5) Large frappucino type drinks

Each of these can easily add 200 or more unwanted calories to your daily diet.

And if you want to burn 500-1000 extra calories per day, check out this new controversial report on "4 keys to faster fat loss".

=> How to burn FOUR times MORE calories  <== Free info

It's free, funny, and will help you burn fat.

(You'll also discover the "4 Keys to FASTER Fat Loss". Totally free, killer info. Told you there would be lots of free stuff this week!)

BUT I also must say, there is a lot of BALONEY out there when it comes to so-called "workouts that burn 1000 calories".
And these crazy claims really get me fired up.

For example, I recently read a girl's update on Facebook that she burned 937 calories in 27 minutes using some machines.

Uh yeah, "whatever".

Listen, I don't know where some people come up with this stuff...
By the way, I just finished up a weekend in LA, hanging out with Joel Marion (the author of the "4 times faster fat loss report", and I did the NEW TT Bodyweight 1000 workout at the hotel.
Not surprisingly, it was awesome.

And today I did the NEW TT Bodyweight Cardio 1000 at the gym here in Toronto.

Those two brand new workouts - PLUS the TT Abs 1000 - will be available to YOU on October 19th. And yes, all three are pure, certifiable AWESOMENESS.

Helping you cut calories,

Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS

PS - Today's kickbutt mindset tip...

"When you focus on you failures you become a person of reasons. When you hang onto your successes and build on them you become a person of results." - Jordan Belfort

1 comment:

Stratzol said...

In a weight loss program, a split routine is an efficient way to burn calories. Gradual increase with the harder workout at a fairly slow pace and vice versa.