Exercise to Lose Belly Fat!
Here's the good news!
You can lose that gut entirely exercising only around 10 minutes a day.
But I do have to warn you...
This exercise is going to hurt a little!
Yup, for these routines to be effective they need to be highly intense.
But that's a good thing in my opinion.
I'd rather get than pain over with quickly than prolong it and drag it out.
In other words, I'd rather spend 7 minutes doing a jump squat routine, than spend an entire hour running laps around a track somewhere.
I've done it both ways, and trust me, short and intense wins hands down every single time.
Wins in terms of fat loss, muscle building, balanced hormone levels, and overall body composition.
You're also much more likely to stick with the shorter routines.
Long sessions are another story, as most people are good for a month or two at most before the enthusiasm begins to fade.
Then they're back on the couch, feeling guilty, unmotivated, fat, and out of shape again.
If the above sounds familiar to you, do yourself a very big favor and watch this short video on The 7 Minute Workout.
It will change the way you look at exercise forever.
Short routines build muscle, long routines tear it down.
Simply picture the body of a long distance runner, and compare it with the physique of sprinter.
The distance runner is thin, I'll give you that, but he's also gaunt looking, and lacking is muscle tone and definition.
The sprinter on the other hand, is lean and carrying loads of muscle.
Because intense anaerobic exercises like sprinting build up strength and muscle mass, and the more muscle you carry the more calories you burn while at rest.
Studies have proven that 1 pound of muscle burns around 40 calories per day.
Increase your muscle mass by a mere 5 pounds, and you're looking at an extra 6000 calories burned each and every month.
Short routines also boost HGH and other anabolic hormones, especially when done in a fasting state first thing in the morning..
Distance exercises have the exact opposite effect. They increase the muscle wasting catabolic hormone, cortisol.
Long distance cardio also depresses testosterone levels, which results in further decreases in muscle mass and definition.
I could keep going on here, but I think you get the point...
Short and sweet routines are easier to stick with over the long haul, and they burn fat much more effectively.
I've been exercising this way for more than a decade, and the vast majority of my regular site visitors exercise this way as well.
We're living proof that this really does work.
Try it yourself for a month, and I guarantee you, you'll be sold for life.Jump to The 7 Minute Workout