Ok, so you just got done reading the latest monthly issue of your favorite fitness and health magazine about the newest and latest exercise program and you are more confused than ever on what is the best way to Get in Shape, Build Muscle and Burn Fat for Life.
What really is the best and most efficient form of exercise for Maximum Results?
* More weight or less weight?
* More reps or fewer reps?
* Higher intensity or lower intensity?
* More cardio than resistance training?
* More resistance training than cardio?
* Machines or free weights?
* Train every day or once a week?
How do I go from Flab to Fab in Only 15 Minutes a Day?
What is really the most effective, efficient and RESULTS driven form of personal fitness training that is going to give YOU the biggest and best return on your invested fitness time?
The Personal Fitness Training landscape has become so overwhelming and so confusing that most people end up doing the same fitness routine over and over again because they just don’t know what else to do to find the best fitness solution.
So how can you Burn Fat, Build Muscle and Lose Weight to get the Perfect Fitness Body for Life in the least amount of time?
Are you that busy Executive with little time between your corporate meetings and challenged with long workdays?
Are you a stay at home mom trying to keep up with managing your hectic daily schedule while taking care of your children and your spouse with very little time to exercise?
Are you getting diminishing returns on your current fitness training program?
Then Learn How to Go from Flab to Fab in Only 15 minutes a Day…
In working with my existing personal fitness clients at www.MyHomePersonalTrainer.com , I have learned some of the most common but correctable mistakes a lot of men and women make in trying to support their long term fitness and health goals.
1. Too much machine work A lot of women and men train using too often just their preferred machines, which limits their range of motion and does not work their muscles in an efficient and effective manner. Ultimately this can limit the engagement of small stabilizer muscles that give you maximum benefit throughout your fitness training program.
2. Not lifting enough weight A lot of women do not lift enough weights to engage their muscles for long-term muscle growth.
3. Working only half of your body A lot of men focus too much on just their upper body and end up mainly training their chest and arms, thus making their body parts look very unbalanced and disproportionate to each other.
4. Too many reps A lot of women do too many reps per set, once again not allowing their muscles the opportunity to grow and develop so that they can change their muscle/fat body composition.
5. Overtraining The benefits of resistance training, unlike cardiovascular work, come after the …