Time To Workout!

In my last e-mail to you, I shared the exact eating system I used to help me achieve the amazing result of losing 52 pounds of fat from my body.

But I also have a confession to make…

To speed up this process of losing all that weight, I also dedicated time to working out each week in a very strategic way.

When most people hear about the results I created for myself in such a short period of time, their initial reaction is always…

“Did you work out every day or something?”

And in answering them I replied…

“Nope! Just 3 workouts per week for 45 minutes each implementing proven workout techniques and strategies following a program created by someone who maintains 8% body fat all year
round.”

If you would like to learn about the workout program I used, click here.

I would love to be able to share the step-by-step program with you in this email, but due to the “legal” ramifications of sharing copyrighted material…I am unable to do this…

But if you would like to learn why this program worked so well for me, keep reading below to discover the two main things that made the program so effective.

Now you may be thinking… how were you able to only workout 3 days per week and get that kind of result?

Well it is quite simple actually because the program I used, and all the programs I recommend here at Lean Strong Body, focus on implementing strategic workout techniques that allow you to get the maximum amount of results in the shortest period of time.

Not only do the workouts I recommend help you leverage the power of interval training and supersets, but it also helps you add cardio to your workouts in a strategic way that helps you burn calories for up to 24 hours after you are done.

If you are not familiar with what interval training is, let me expand upon it for you so you can understand what I mean…

When most people go to the gym to work out they normally get on a cardio machine, turn it to a number of their choice and start exercising. They normally do this for about 20-30 minutes and then stop.

This is considered “steady state cardio”…and the worst part about it is that your body stops burning calories when you stop exercising.

(Not what you want…)

But there is a “better way”…

Interval training is a workout technique that helps you burn calories up to 24 hours after you have finished working out.

An interval training exercise routine on a treadmill would look something like this…

Get on the treadmill and do a 3 minute jogging warmup at around 5mph
After you hit 3 minutes, then crank up the treadmill to 7mph and do that for 30 seconds
When the 30 seconds is done…then take it back down to 3mph for 1 minute
After the 1 minute…then crank it back up to 7 and do it for 30 seconds
(Repeat this until you have done at least 5 “reps” at 30 seconds on 7)
After your final “rep” then you can do a cool down for 5 minutes on 2-3 mph (walking or doing a slow jog)

This same workout technique can be applied to weight training too…and it is called a “superset”

A superset weight training circuit would look something like this…

Do 30 air squats
Then immediately after you are done doing the squats…
Do 20 pushups
(rest)
Then repeat this same squat/pushup routine 2-3 more times

Then…Move to the next “superset” of exercises

In the workout program I used, it would normally have 2-5 superset circuits in every single workout. All I had to do was pull up the workout for the day, follow what it said, eat just like I am sharing with you in this course…and after 6 months I reached my goal.

KEY: You will see the best results when you focus the majority of your time doing interval cardio training and using supersets in your workouts.

These two training methods were the backbone to the main program I used.

So…

When it comes to choosing a workout program, and integrating it into your life, you have to think about a few things before you decide to take action.

You have to consider…

1) How you will workout with your current work schedule (at home or at a gym)

2) How much time you have to work out every time you go to the gym

3) And finally you will have to consider how intense you want your workouts to be so that you get the most out of them

Depending on what your current circumstances are, will directly depend on what specific type of program you choose to select for yourself.

I suggest that you visit the Recommended Page, click through the various programs I feel are the best, and choose the one that you personally feel will help you reach your goal of losing 10 pounds or more in the most effective way possible.

Now before you go visit the recommended page please keep this in mind…

You don’t have to workout if you don’t want to, or purchase anything I am recommending to still reach your goal.

I will tell you right now that if you follow the eating system I provided you in the previous message, and utilize the information I am planning to share with you in future messages (healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas)…you will still lose the weight… but you won’t make progress as quickly.

The choice is up to YOU…I am just the messenger here to share my story, let you know what I did, and help you make the best choice for you!

If you have any questions whatsoever, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

I look forward to helping you achieve your goal, and will be contacting you tomorrow to share with you the main ingredient that will keep you on track to losing your first 10 pounds in the easiest way possible!

Stay tuned!

Best,
Scott Bradley
LeanStrongBody.com Founder

P.S. Go select the workout system that will speed up your weight loss process click here!

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