Fat Loss Tip #3 - Lift Weights
Yes, that's right, let’s pump some iron!
Gone are the days were the main purpose of the session is to just get a sweat on.
When you lift weights you obviously develop muscle tissue, the more muscle tissue you have the more your body needs to fuel that new founder muscle tissue. Therefor, you can eat more food. Wait!! I can eat more food and lose fat? Yes! If you develop enough muscle tissue by providing your muscles with enough mechanical tension to force them to develop, yes you can then eat more food.
I’m sure you will all agree that sticking to a fat loss plan is always easier when you can eat plenty of food.
I’m not talking about looking juiced up to the gills, I’m talking about looking strong, athletic and sexy!
Here is a Resistance (weights) session you can try:
Make sure you warm up first by doing some mobility work.
A1 | Goblet squats - 10 reps x 4 sets
B1 | Bent over row - 12 reps x 3 sets
C1 | Swiss ball leg curl - 12 reps x 3 sets
D1 | Kneeling single arm should press - 12 reps (each arm) x 3 sets
E1 | Dumbbell skull crushers - 12 reps x 3 sets
F1 | Steading alt dumbbell curl - 12 reps (each arm) x 3 sets
G1 | Weighted Dead bugs - 30 seconds x 4 sets
H1 | Rowing 200m x 4
(30 - 40 seconds rest after each set)