Friday, April 19, 2013

Losing Weight Fast

Should you lose weight slowly or quickly -- what's more effective?

Most people teach people to lose 1-2 pounds per week, and stabilize their weight over time, leading to more permanent results. This is what they are taught in school, and what makes logical sense to them.  Slow and steady wins the race, right?

Be careful with this advice -- over the last 8 years, training tens of thousands of clients both in person and online, and developing a  world-class network of health professionals, Dr. Kareem, a nutrition expert that I've known since all the way back in 2006, has learned that 1-2 pounds/week can be effective... but there's a better and more promising way to lose weight.
It's the same deal as with HIIT (high-intensity interval training). We used to think cardio was the most effective way to lose weight.  But now we know that if we have 'sprint' periods and 'rest' periods for weight loss, rather than within an individual workout, we can accelerate results. 
In doing so, quick results produce higher levels of motivation in our clients, and our likelihood of producing long-term results go up.
Dr. Kareem (or "Dr. K" as he is known in the fitness world) has figured out a way to 'interval train' weight loss and fat loss, over 14 days, and decided to lay it all out for you right here in this article:

14 Days to Looking 10 POUNDS Lighter <--- plan="" step-by-step="" strong="">

Have a great weekend,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
PS - Research proves this.
Studies show that the FASTER you get results, the better you stick to your program and get long-term results.
So get fast results by reading Dr. K's article today.
14 Days to Looking 10 POUNDS Lighter <--- plan="" step-by-step="" strong="">
Get that step-by-step plan and lose a couple of pounds by Monday.

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