5 reasons to add sprinting to your weight loss program

Sprinting is not traditionally thought of as being part of a ‘weight loss’ program. Traditionally, sprinting was left for athletes and long sessions pounding the treadmills were prescribed for people wanting to lose weight. Weights were feared by women because of course they would ‘bulk up’. Of course, we know now this is not true and that sprinting should in fact be included in most weight loss programs.

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The Truth About Losing Weight

Can’t lose the last 5kg? Seeing those kilos just pile on and on? Hands up who’s frustrated with their weight? If this is you then yes, you’re not alone. Confusion in this area is so rife and it’s no wonder with so many ‘experts’ claiming this and claiming that. So today it’s time to set the record straight about how to really lose weight, and the right weight (not muscle).

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Get Maximum Results in Less Time!

With exercise, we all want maximum results in minimum time but many of us have no idea how to go about attaining the results we want. For 99% of women at the gym (and a high percentage of men, too) ‘fat-burning’ is still the main goal however the short, cardio-based, beginner workouts so often programmed will never achieve the lean, strong, toned physiques they’re after. Maximum results in minimum time but many of us have no idea how to go about attaining the results we want.

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Should you really quit sugar to lose weight in 2016?

It’s a new year and you have those new year resolutions nagging. Should one of them be to ‘quit sugar’ so that you can lose weight? I know so many people that are trying it, some succeeding and some failing. What I am seeing more and more is the lack of understanding as to why there is this massive hype towards quitting sugar. Let’s take a look.

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How to shred your muffin top!

Ah, that dreaded little bulge over the pants. You may not like it when you do up your pants but it’s also not that good for you either. Having that extra fat anywhere around your waistline is more closely linked to the development and progression of chronic disease than the fat that sticks to your backside. So, aside from anything else, it’s not a bad idea to want to minimise the amount of fat that is sitting around that area.

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