Ever wonder how some guys and women get ripped abs and well-defined muscles?
How you always go to the gym spending hours doing exercises, sweating like mad, and not seeing any reliable results?
In this Workout for Beginners, we will show you how to spend less time in the gym and get the defined muscles you want.
It is a full spread myth that spending many hours in the gym will give quick results; this is not true. To get ‘ripped,’ you must work out smarter and not harder.
Did you ever see that the ripped guy that comes in the gym does a few reps and then leaves? Yet you spend 2-3 hours in the gym, and you’re nowhere near as ripped.
The secret is so simple that you won’t believe it. There are two parts to this secret first is the diet, and the second is the training.
I’ll start with the diet first.
1. For you to get well-defined muscles, you must burn fat. It is that simple. However, you must know-how. The key is to lay off carbohydrates for the first 12 days of your workout program. Don’t eat anything that has carbs in it; this includes; bread, fruit, potatoes, etc. You can look up a Carbohydrate Diet online that you can follow.
There are many there that will suit anyone. Eat meats. Protein is what you will need to replace the carbohydrates. Eat high-fat foods such as fried bacon. Some people believe that fat is bad for you. However, fat is more natural to burn than carbs, so eating fat foods will help you develop that body.
I will know to give you the workout secret.
2. Do not train for more than 20 MINUTES. This may be hard to believe, but it’s a proven method that many private instructors use to get results for their clients.
The main reason why you only train for a few minutes is because this is when your body builds muscle tissue. You work out your muscles. Your muscles need fuel, and they burn the fat. Fat is fuel.
Why not workout for more than 20 minutes?
After 20 minutes, your body begins to burn your muscle tissue. Our body is a beautiful machine that will use any fuel it has to function. In the initial 20 minutes of the workout, your body builds muscle tissue. After the 20 minutes, the body starts burning that tissue, and you’re left with nothing.