November 17, 2012

METABOLIC BODYWEIGHT MELTDOWN WORKOUT

    I LOVE my Bodyweight workouts because you can do them anywhere, anytime, no excuses! And they are so effective in getting you lean. When I put bodyweight workouts into a metabolic circuit it combines anaerobic strength and aerobic exercises to help burn fat while building lean muscle. The short definition of metabolic training is completing compound exercises with little rest in between exercises in an effort to maximize calorie burn and increase metabolic rate during and after the workout.   Metabolic Bodyweight Workout #1 – 60-15 – 3 Rounds – 2 minute rest in between. Perform each exercise for 60 seconds of work followed by 15 seconds rest. You will complete as many reps as you can with good form. 1. Spiderman Speed Push Ups 2. Lunge Fusion – Forward-Reverse-Side Lunge Alternate 3. Sit Thrus 4. Double Inside and Out Squats 5. Side to Side Leg Hops 6. Lying Leg Circles 7. Rocca Press Burpees 8. Low Box Split Jacks 9. Plank to Push Ups Builds 10. Tablemaker Leg Kicks   WHAT IS METABOLIC TRAINING? I have my Metabolic Training Certification and have been using this type of training modality for over 4 years now. It has propelled my body, physique and fitness levels to the best it has ever been. Did I mention that I am 44 years old. The short definition of metabolic training is completing compound exercises with little rest in between exercises in an effort to maximize calorie burn and increase metabolic rate during and after the workout. By compound I mean the exercises that target multiple joints and muscles. Unlike traditional weight training routines using isolated exercises and splitting body parts that don’t work if you want to raise your metabolism, burn fat, get ripped and develop lean dense muscle. The bottom line is raising your metabolism allows you to burn more calories throughout the day. Metabolic training combines anaerobic strength and aerobic exercises to help burn fat while building lean muscle. There are different types of metabolic workouts such as supersets, circuits, complexes, tabatas and high intensity training. You will hear different terms used for Metabolic Training such as, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), Tabatas, Metabolic Resistance, Metabolic Conditioning, Circuit Training, p90X, Insanity, Spartan Training System Challenges they are all in the same boat. The ultimate goal is to create a Metabolic Disturbance. Every form of Metabolic Training can improve your cardio; build strength and muscle mass and burn lots of fat. New BW3 Workout Methodsthe 21-Minute System That
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