Fat loss is all about shocking your body.
(PRWEB) February 08, 2012
Overweight people that don’t have time for hour-long cardio sessions and costly gym memberships can now lose belly fat through short morning workouts. Kareem Samhouri, CSCS, HFS and Doctor of Physical Therapy designed the Ab Strength Guide Program for busy people who don’t have the luxury to dedicate 60 minutes or more daily for traditional fat-loss workouts.
The intense but effective workout modules can be done as little as 10 minutes daily- perfect for people who want to lose fat but can’t spend an hour running the streets or don’t have access to a gym. By keeping workouts short, Dr. Samhouri (‘Dr.K’ to his thousands of on-line patients) makes it possible for busy people to realistically maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Experts say that regular, daily exercise is the best way to get rid of excess calories and lose belly fat fast.
By putting together multi-jointed exercise movements, Dr. K was able to come up with short functional workouts that burn a significant amount of calories in less time. The exercises in ‘ASG’ are to be done early in the day to ‘spike’ heart rate, increase metabolism and facilitate calorie-burn throughout the day. The higher the body’s metabolism, the more efficient the body’s calorie-burning process. Maximizing muscle fiber activity in simultaneous movement optimizes calorie burn and this means less left over at the end of the day to be converted into unwanted body fat.
The multi-directional movements of ASG workouts prevent the muscles from getting used to a particular movement. This is exactly what happens with isolation exercises such as curls or presses- the muscles actually plateau after a while and cease to burn as many calories. “Fat loss is all about shocking your body. By alternating intensities, changing up your exercise regularly, adding fiber to your diet, changing up the protein sources in your food, and working opposite sides of your body back and forth, you’re sure to burn fat at absurd speeds,” says Dr. K.
Dr. K, a regular guest on NBC News, has helped thousands of people reach their fitness goals. For more information about the launching of Ab Strength Guide please visit AbStrengthGuide.com