What’s going on, all your fitness fans and sisters? I really hope you’re doing well…

It’s December, and looking back, it’s time for my annual fitness year.

Unfortunately, it seems that the fitness industry as a whole has not made much progress in providing a short-term, long-term or any other long-term solution to the large-scale obesity epidemic in our country, which is not the case. It’s not just a national crisis (oh yes, it’s a CRISIS of THE WORLD), but a global catastrophe (okay, officially a pandemic).

TERRIBLE, MAN… SCARY, SCARY STUFF!

The disgusting fact that our country has become due to poor nutrition (NOTE – not thanks to real junk and constant information from the general public for too long) and the lack of REALLY EFFECTIVE exercises (NOTE – this is, for example, SAD, even when ALL IS, WINNER, HIGH REALLY GOOD AND COSYNANCE AND COSYN GAS IS not considered an exercise …) is not only thicker, more painful. We have successfully passed on to young people a new disease – juvenile diabetes TIPA II.

Man, things really screwed up! Now we have to catch up. So, I’m going to offer some really positive updraft strategies that, for lack of a better term, will become fitness trends in 2010. These ideas will help both our youth and our adults to find the best. solutions to improve health and well-being.

What’s done is done. It’s time to make this country the GREAT and REALLY nation we deserve again!

Does that look nice? … Cool! We’re here…

2010 – The year when we finally get in shape and GET. Adjust. Finished.

Fitness Trend No.1 – Fitness fees will replace individual personal training

Hey, who can afford one-on-one tuition for $60 after this two-year recession? The answer is very little.

Well, solutions come with problems. And the growing popularity of fitness training camps has become a solution to the problem of personal training. Training camps are now the WORLD’s MOST HOT in the world of fitness! The training camp model provides a win-win option for coaches and clients, making individual training virtually obsolete. Fitness trainers can make better use of their time as they can serve large groups and maximize their profits. Fitness clients (participants in the training camp) have better access to personalized training services in a unique and dynamic team environment that provides excellent motivation, energy, social support and responsibility for just a third or less of the average person’s workout cost.

If you want to lose weight, look good and feel better in 2010, do yourself a favor… save some of your hard-earned dollars and just get the best results by visiting the camp.

This is the best decision you’ll make all year!

Fitness trend No.2 – Interval training will give a long boring training on aerobics an uncertain rhythm … ONE BEAT!

Why are high-intensity interval trainings gaining popularity so quickly? Because it works damn… BIG TIME!

It crushes endurance training because endurance training (takes 30 to 60 minutes or more)

focuses on the training volume. Here’s a typical example: your average runner will punch the kerb number of kilometers at the same pace, over and over again, day after day, week after week, month after month… hitting the body and becoming smaller. exciting results of this investment of time and energy. They burn weight, squandering muscle mass and destroying metabolism.

Discover the possibilities of HIIT right now. High-intensity interval training focuses on a much more important variable for productive exercise; and that’s the quality or intensity of the training. HIIT works similarly to weight training in the sense that it stimulates the body’s systems to maintain and even build muscle mass. And muscle growth is the key to a fat rhythm, better appearance, better feeling, BETTER GOOD! Hey, did you know how fat burns in your muscles? More muscle … Faster metabolism!

Another way – if you don’t want to look like the first 30 minutes of a marathon race is probably to train like that – not a good idea!

If you need the science behind this idea, take a look at these two important studies:

Tabata Study and Gibat’s Study

2010 is the year you get “Ripp It Up” with HIIT ALL-OUT EFFORT training and you’ll look better naked!

Fitness Trend No.3 – If we want better health, better performance and a good body, then…

We need to get rid of unnecessary sugar from our diet!

It’s not a buzzword. If someone still thinks that a diet high in carbohydrates and low in fat works, they probably haven’t seen the obvious devastation caused by this type of diet.

Here’s a very short list:

Two thirds of our population is overweight/obese.

-Diabetes has grown by 400% since the food pyramid of 1986 (recommended

and grains and low-fat)

-New disease … juvenile diabetes (another name for type II diabetes)

-Cancer diagnosis has exploded! The highest performance in history.

Hey, where’s the tumor? Sugar! Hmm…

Cardiovascular disease (a diet high in carbohydrates stimulates liver development.

circulation with triglycerides and LDL)

  • High-carb diets cause and support metabolic syndrome
  • A recent study by Johns Hopkins University has changed the way doctors treat some cancer patients. By eliminating carbohydrates from the diet of cancer patients, oncologists considered it unnecessary to treat many types of tumors with toxic doses of chemotherapy and radiation therapy to reduce or completely eliminate the presence of these tumors.


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