Try this fat blaster challenge, and you will notice a difference in your health!
If you want to burn body fat and lose weight but do not have a lot of time, you are going to love the Fat Blaster Challenge. This routine involves interval training which is a type of physical exertion that consists of bursts of high intensity training combined with periods of low intensity training. The high intensity periods are usually at maximum effort, while the recovery periods involve either complete rest or lower intensity movement.
Fat Blaster Challenge is designed to be performed on either a stationary bike, elliptical or, rower.
NOTE: The treadmill is not recommended for this routine. It’s very difficult and can be dangerous to move on and off a moving treadmill.
GymBoss is our favorite way to keep up with the intervals.
In order to receive optimal results, perform this workout 3 times a week. Intense intervals have the best results when performed in the morning before breakfast. However, you will see results regardless of when performed. The most often asked question about this routine, “How fast should I go?” The response, “As fast as your feet will take you.”
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What to Do: This Fat Blaster challenge is a total of 30 minutes which includes a 5 minute warm up and 5 minute cool down. Now go blast some fat!
-Warm up for 5 minutes at level 2 or 3
-Place equipment on manual to level 10
-Go as fast and hard as you possibly can for 30 seconds…push hard!
-Rest or go very slow for 10 seconds
-Repeat 30 times (sounds like a lot but it’s actually only 20 minutes)
-Cool down for 5 minutes
NOTE: If you’re able to read a magazine or have a conversation while performing this workout, push harder, a lot harder. If performed correctly your concentration will be 100% on this routine.
This challenge was designed by Gale Compton, a nationally certified fitness instructor.
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