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Keep Your Head Back and Behind the Ball Through Impact! Six Top Golf Pros Agree

Bobby Jones published golf tips in several newspaper columns back in the 1920’s. Fifty of these columns were compiled and printed in a book entitled The Best of Bobby Jones on Golf, published in 1996. Jones was quoted: “Stay behind the ball is a splendid maxim. Should your head ever get ahead of the ball, at any point in the swing, a poor shot will no doubt result.”

In Harvey Penick’s, The Little Red Book, published in 1992, page 75 is entitled “Stay Behind the Ball” “All great golfers move their head slightly backward before and during impact, but never forward. A golfer must stay behind the ball. I mean set up with your head behind the ball and keep your head behind the ball. If you move your head forward during your downswing or through impact, you will hit a wee, ugly shot, probably a pulled slice.”

Tommy Armour, in How to Play Your Best Golf All the Time, (1953) emphasizes: The cardinal principle of all golf shot making is that if you move your head, you ruin body action. In his 12 key points summary to his book, Armour lists key points 5, 10 and 12 identically as “keep your head steady.” Interestingly however, in all pictures of golfers’ swings throughout the book, the head is seen as behind the ball through the impact area.

David Leadbetter in 100% Golf, 2004, states: “the head and upper body stay behind the ball as you unswing and accelerate into impact.” Try to maintain your spine angle from the set up all the way to the moment of impact and don’t worry if your head has a little lateral movement. Your head and spine are behind the ball at impact.

Jack Nicklaus is the most steadfast about head movement. In his book Golf My Way (2005), Nicklaus offers this warning: “If you are hoping to improve your game through these pages, but can’t or won’t learn to keep your head steady throughout the swing, read no further. There is nothing I, or anyone else, can do for your golf game. Any shifting of the head, at any point from address to impact, will alter the arc and plane of the swing, which, if not a totally destructive factor, is certainly a complicating one.” All swing pictures of Jack show his head to be held steady, but also well behind the ball until after impact.

Like many golfers, I have tried dozens of tips and instructional techniques, all to little or no avail. It was not until I focused on this aspect of the swing, did I finally break 80, and that was at age 65. Since then, I have broken 80 several times and I am finally able to enjoy the game. Learning to keep the head back was not easy. It required considerable practice, much of which was done without hitting balls. New muscle memory had to be learned and such was not easy, particularly at my age. But with tactile feedback to the head, the bad habit of “looking up” could be overcome.

Tiger Woods published his book, How I Play Golf, in 2007 and already it has become a bestseller. He writes: “Impact should look like address. My spine angle is the same and my head is in virtually the same spot.” The accompanying picture shows his head to be well behind the ball. He concludes: “It proves how uncomplicated the golf swing can be.”

What makes the golf swing complicated is the often contradictory instruction that can be found in print and by word of mouth. Some pros will teach that the head should remain steady throughout the swing. Some will preach that it is OK to have some backward or lateral movement on the backswing and just before impact. Others will say to keep your eye on the ball. But NONE will suggest that the head come up, or move forward of the ball until after impact. As written above, most if not all pros will agree that the head MUST stay back and behind the shot through the impact zone.

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5 Smart Weight Loss Shopping Tips

Have you ever gone grocery shopping when you were hungry? And let me guess you probably bought a ton of junk food that you really didn’t need in the first place! Don’t worry even the best of the best have made that mistake before and the problem is that junk food and weight loss don’t go together.

Here are a couple of tips for you if you wanted to go shopping with a weight loss goal in mind:

Be prepared

Make sure that you have a meal planner with you when you go shopping so that you know exactly what you are looking for. Purchase all your healthy staples first like fruit, veg, milk and your whole grains so that you don’t ‘accidentally’ forget to pick them up later!

Make a list and check it twice

It’s easy to think, “I won’t worry with a list, ill just remember what I want to buy.” Only problem is that you end up buying everything, except what you actually needed. Make a list and make sure you have included all your healthy weight loss alternatives on it.

By making a list you will be more efficient and get through your shopping a lot quicker, which is something I like! You can use your weight loss menus as a guide and if you are really melancholy you can organise that list even further into the different sections of the store.

Be in the right place

Have you noticed, that almost anywhere you go, the stores are pretty much set up the same way? In most cases the fresh and healthy food is usually located at the edge of the store so that is where you want to spend most of your time. After all it is better to have freshly prepared meals because you know exactly what has gone into that meal, no hidden calories to worry about!

If you are hungry, stay at home

Try avoiding the shops when you are hungry as it is easier to buy calorie loaded junk food on impulse. This is how you set yourself up for success, if you don’t have that bag of crisps in your cupboard, you won’t eat them and therefore won’t consume the calories! If can’t avoid going shopping on an empty stomach, drink some water or snack on a fresh fruit.

Read nutrition labels

It always astonishes me when I read the labels of these low-fat and fat-free foods, just how many calories they are actually packing! That’s why it is vital to read all the nutrition labels of the food you buy so that you know exactly what you are buying. Also make sure you are comparing similar foods to each other so that you can be consuming the healthiest product.

Don’t be afraid to treat yourself every now and then, if you have stuck to your weight loss program then it is OK to have that naughty treat once in a while, just don’t go overboard! Always be prepared when you go shopping and constantly learn new dishes so that you always have something new and exciting to buy.

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Favorite BMX Racing Training Workouts of Olympic Medalists

Favorite workouts of Olympic Medalists Mike Day and Jill Kintner:

With their personal coach Greg Romero

When I was coaching and preparing Mike and Jill side by side for 12 months leading up to the games we had simply had fun everyday. Either way, my goal with their training was to keep it interesting and having them feel good about it. This month I’m going to touch on a few protocols that both Jill and Mike liked that had them leading up to eventual medal winning performances at the Olympic games!

I will touch on one off the bike and one on the bike training protocol for each athlete!

Jill Kintner off the bike exercises: Dynamic warm up.

If any of you have had the opportunity to watch Jill at a race then you might have seen her in the parking lot doing lots of funny callisthenic looking exercises near the pits or the rental car. What she is doing is what we like to call a dynamic warm up. First off, you’re going to need some regular athletic shoes. The first thing we like to do is open the hips so we start with a knee to chest walk. You take a step forward and with both hands grab below the knee and bring it to your chest and then immediately repeat on the next step.

This opens up hip extensors and lower back. The forward lunge is the next exercise yet targeting the antagonist hip muscles. This time it’s the hip flexors. Simply take a nice step (approximately 5 shoe lengths in front of you) and while keeping your upper torso vertically straight, bend at the back knee and follow with the front, and do this movement slowly. This is a nice dynamic stretch of the hip flexor in which will allow you to pedal efficiently! Jill says “If I can only do 2 warm up exercises then I would focus on the hip muscles so I can pedal without inhibition”.

Mike Day off the bike exercises: Plyometrics

Let’s face it, BMX is power and if you can pick one exercise that can hit all the components of power then it would be doing plyometrics. Plyometrics are basically jumping on your feet using your body weight only. The best exercises for kids are simply doing jump rope or skips and hops. This is perfectly fine and safe and they do this kind of stuff all day during recess at school. As long as they’re not jumping off 4-foot high boxes or ladders then their joints and tendons will be fine. They can first start off with jump rope skipping for 10-20 quick jumps. Mike’s favorite is the jump rope because it warms him up, hitting ankle joints, knee joints and warming up his wrists, elbows and shoulders. Then once he is ready he likes to move on to Jump Squats.

Simply place both feet shoulder width apart, keeping the upper torso vertically straight, push your hips back followed by a bend at the knees, lowering yourself to about 45 degrees and simply counter with an explosive jump as high as you can. The key is to take off through the ball of your feet and land on the ball of your feet with a nice slight bend in the knees and hips. You can do this one at a time or rapidly. Mike likes to do them one at a time, reset and focus for height. Mike says, “I’ll do the jump rope 3 sets for 20 skips and then jump squats 3 sets of 5 jumps, and then I am ready to train in the gym or ride the bike”.

Jill Kintner on the bike: Stand Start easy gear sprints.

In the past 5 years while racing Mountain Bikes, Jill never worked on explosive sprint power from a dead start. In BMX she came to find that it was necessary to give herself a chance down the first straight so she can have a chance at a medal. Her favorite sprint session was doing stand start easy gear sprints. I designed this exercise with an emphasis to program pure sprint acceleration out of the gate. We used flat pedals so that it was 100% focus on down stroke and we used an easy gear so that she was forced to accelerate it fast. “I love these so much I had a dedicated flat pedaled easy gear bike set up at the Olympics that I would use as a warm up between rounds of qualifying” Jill says.

What you do is gear down 1 or 2 teeth easier than race gear and change your pedals to flats. On a flat open parking lot with no cars around, take 2 cones, one for a start point and one for the needing point. You can mark of the distance by placing one down and then pedaling from the start cone to the ending cone. Jill liked to do these with approximately 7 full cranks. How to do the sprint: Standing up in the gate start position with cranks level, approach the start cone slowly and then explode keeping the front wheel down and straight.

Make sure to minimize the bend at the hips and try to stay tall, focusing on the extension of each pedal stroke through the feet. “It’s not a hard workout, it’s about a quality one, and I love this because when I get on the track I feel explosive out of the gate”, Jill says. Do 1 set of 8-10 efforts and rest 3-4 minutes between to recover the ATP energy system. This sprint workout is about neurological programming, not a muscle breakdown. In fact we hardly ever do any training that has an emphasis on muscle breakdown because BMX is about quality power.

Mike Day on the bike: Full Laps.

If you don’t have the gas to make a full lap without getting tired, then you’re not specifically fit for BMX. “There seems to be an impression that you need major endurance work on a road bike to be fit for BMX, and I haven’t touched a road bike all year, I do full laps,” Mike says. I say why not? It’s very specific, you get the dynamic power component of the jumping and the lactic build up towards the end. This is the perfect training protocol for those who find themselves struggling to get to the finish.

The key with this workout is to keep the intensity just below “all out”. What makes this workout work is that it’s training your ability to repeat motos at your fullest physical capacity. “Greg always talks about how repeatability is the limiting factor to a good day of racing” Mike laughs, “At first I hated these but then I started to see my racing getting better towards the finals and at the Olympic games, I never felt better” the silver medalist says. The key is intensity, the rest in between the efforts and how many. Mike likes to go out and do 5 full laps at 90% intensity with 10 minutes rest in between. For kids under 16, I would recommend a shorter rest interval of 6-8 minutes as they don’t produce lactate acid like the older crowd.

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Lysine Supplements

The amino acid Lysine is known as a dietary supplement that has amazing health benefits. Although it is a common amino acid, found in many foods, it has been shown that it is only effective as a healing dietary supplement when taken in concentrated forms when you need to correct a physical disorder.

Lysine has been used to help horses and other live stock to firm muscle because it is an agent in muscle building. Athletes or others who may have had an operation or who are recovering from injuries to bones and muscle have shown that adding Lysine as a supplement will increase the rate of healing. Lysine brings a rush of blood to the injured area of the body. Since it does act almost immediately to attack any break in the body, it has also been used as a treatment for viral herpes infections.

Since lysine is an amino acid, a good food source is meat and dairy products. People who are vegetarians may exhibit signs of slow growth, retardation, and other disorders related to the lack of this vital amino acid in their diet. A word of caution about taking Lysine supplements concerns already taking prescription medications for infection. The Lysine supplement with the prescription medication might make your light headed or dizzy as it is a powerful blood thinner agent almost as powerful as garlic.

One good point to remember is that if the tomato was considered to be the love apple or an aphrodisiac, Lysine supplements can be seen as the fountain of youth encapsulated form. The older you get, the more lysine you can ingest without any side effects.

Lysine directly affects all organs of the body that store high volume of blood like the kidneys and the liver. If you have a kidney infection, lysine will target that part of your body as it will also act on your liver. Recommended dosage should be followed and any health problems should be taken under the consent of your attending physician.

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Get Rid of Muffin Top – 3 Simple Steps to Losing Your Muffin Top

Getting rid of your muffin top can be frustrating.

How many times have you found a beautiful pair of jeans that make your legs look ten miles long, only to find that the tight waist band makes your muffin top bulge over the sides?

Or what about when you’ve splurged on some sexy lingerie to entice your man, only to discover that the stringy sides cut into your hips and make you look like a string of sausages?

Unfortunately, a lot of us have experienced these all too familiar problems.

Luckily, to get rid of your muffin top there are only three simple steps you need to take:

• Changing your clothing

• Altering your diet

• Doing targeted exercise

In this article I will be going over these three areas, which are the keys to success with losing your muffin top for good.

Changing Your Clothing

This step really is ridiculously simple!

A lot of people don’t know that wearing tight clothing is the number one cause of muffin top – that’s why even the skinnier women among us can suffer from it!

When buying trousers, underwear, or any item of clothing that rests around your hips, it is important to get into the mindset of finding something that fits your body rather than something that is in fashion, or that your friends are wearing.

This change in mindset can be difficult, as it may mean going up a size or changing your style, but you won’t look back once you start finding that clothes fit you better and make you look amazing – no-one needs to know your size after all.

Altering Your Diet

A lot of weight problems are caused when the body is not getting a properly balanced diet.

People who eat a lot of salty or sugary foods (particularly chemical-laden microwave meals and processed food) cause their body to store fat because it would be harmful for its organs to try and process so much sugar and salt at one time.

The body keeps this fat to use as energy at a later date, but if you keep loading yourself with more of these unhealthy foods, the fat never gets chance to be used and more builds up on top of it.

This is how a vicious cycle of weight gain can start and it directly affects your muffin top and other related problems.

Many of us do not understand that the body works this way, which is why we will eat sugary treats and white bread, but once we have this knowledge we can put it to good use!

This means cutting out those salty, sugary processed foods and replacing them with wholesome, natural foods like fruit, vegetables, sweet potatoes and even butter!

Doing Targeted Exercise

We all know that exercise is important for us to stay healthy, so if you are trying to get rid of your muffin top, exercise can play an important role.

There are many exercises you can do to tone up your hips and waist, but my personal favourite is hula hooping!

Hula hoops are cheap and lots of fun, which makes it easy for me to stay motivated to use one – it doesn’t even seem like exercise to me!

All you need to do is stand inside the hoop and hold it so that one edge is resting against the back of your waist, then spin it with your hands and use a swivelling motion in your hips to try and keep the hoop rotating around your waist. Once it drops, spin it in the other direction and keep going until you’ve done around 20 minutes of hula.

The bright colours are great for getting kids involved. I like to encourage hula competitions to see who can go the longest, as it helps me get the best workout and it appeals to my two’s competitive natures.

Alongside targeted exercise I would suggest trying to do about half an hour of general exercise each day.

Try not to let this daunt you though, I’m not talking about half an hour of working out, it could just be going for a stroll somewhere or doing some hoovering.

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Exercise and Weight Loss – Get Your Butt Moving and Lose More Weight

Exercise and weight loss go hand in hand and contrary to popular belief, exercise is not a four letter word. Seriously. It isn’t. But it is a must if you want to lose weight, increase your flexibility, boost your metabolism, and increase your overall feeling of well being.

But why? After all if it is true that all you have to do is take in less calories than you burn, then why is getting up and moving so important?

There are a few reasons why exercise is important. First of all, the body was made to move. Just think about the construction of our bodies. How the muscles, ligaments, and bones all work together to perform smooth liquid movements. We are really a pretty complex machine. But this is not the only reason we need to exercise more.

Regular exercise offers some key benefits:

  1. Improves mental well being. When we exercise and get our bodies moving and our heat rates up, our body releases a hormone-like substance called endorphins. These powerhouses are released in the brain and are known as the body’s own natural painkillers. Plus endorphins produce a feeling of euphoria that can be so powerful that they can actually mask pain.
  2. Increases metabolism. Did you know that your metabolism is directly related to your muscle mass. This is the reason why athletes can eat so much more than the average person. Muscles take a lot of energy just to maintain themselves. So the more muscle you have, the higher your resting metabolism, meaning the more calories you burn even when just sleeping.
  3. Increases flexibility. One of the key tests done to determine a person’s fitness level is a flexibility test. Those who are not as flexible are less fit. And this does not only translate to your muscles. Recent studies have found that decreased flexibility is directly related to more rigid arteries and blood vessels, setting you up for an aneurysm.
  4. Tones muscles for a better overall appearance. Toning up your muscles not only increases your metabolism and flexibility but it will give your overall silhouette a sleeker look. Sometimes just firming up your muscles will reduce the look of irregularities that fat can give our body. Think about it. When you see someone with a toned body, they just look better overall

Remember, back in the olden days there were not any gyms or fitness classes. People walked everywhere they went, worked daily in their yards and fields, and played games outside. These activities alone were enough to keep a majority of our ancestors fit and healthy. But now we sit in front of the TV or computer all day, only walk as far a the door to the car, and playing, well that is something for kids. Exercise is nothing new. It is just different now than it used to be.

So if you want to drop some pounds quicker and easier and actually keep them off for longer, it is important to not only take in less calories but to also move more, as exercise and weight loss are a package deal.

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How to Stay Healthy in Today’s Modern World

To lead a healthy life it takes more than a routine medical check up, different from what many people think. It has been revealed through studies that a few of the main causes of mortality in the United States (heart diseases, cancers, stroke, bronchitis) are cases avoidable if a healthy lifestyle is followed.

You can be healthy by following a few steps like taking a healthy diet, exercise and preventing few bad habits like excessive drinking of alcohol and smoking.

It is like the old proverb which says “prevention is always better than cure”. Keep in mind that it is less expensive not to smoke than to smoke. It is less expensive not to drink than to drink, in spite of that people select the tougher alternative which is associated with innumerable health problems.

Living a Healthy Life by Exercising

In case exercise is not a part of his/her regular routine then it cannot be claimed by anyone that they live a healthy lifestyle. Exercises do aid you in several physical and social ways, as it makes your muscles and bones strong, gives you flexibility and improves nutrient uptake from the blood to the cells to keep the cells healthy.

It helps you socially as usually when you are engaged in a work out, you get to interact with new friends at the gym and take pleasure in that kind of interaction. Regular exercising helps your self esteem. Exercise can further help you mentally too by enhancing you mental alertness. Exercises help in making your life complete and protect you against depression.

Healthy Dieting

The food that you consume holds great importance and is a main feature in judging the future of your health status. Fats should be avoided by everyone even by those who don’t want to lose weight because of the risk of hypertension, cancer, and diabetes.

You need to consume as many fruits and vegetables as you can, which should occupy a larger portion of space in your refrigerator. You can attain longevity and healthier life by consuming the adequate food in the right quantity with lowered calorie levels. Obtaining the essential nutrients required by you, such as calcium and iron, and further maintaining your weight under control may help.

You need to make sure that your meals include all the important nutrients required by your body and when it is hard to achieve this, then dietary supplement should be used. The calories that you obtain from food should be balanced with the calories used by you through physical activity.

A variety of foods should be consumed, particularly dark-green leafy vegetables, deep-yellow vegetables, citrus fruits or juices, melons, berries, dry beans, lentils, chickpeas, peanuts, whole grains, such as wheat, rice, oats, corn, and barley.

On top of all this you should practice safe sex and drink water only from a trusted source. In case you do get a disease from sex or water, then all your will go waste. Maintain the environment clean and exercise good personal hygiene.

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Pilates Workout – Check the Levels and the Sample of Exercises

Today, pilates workout gains its popularity because of its efficiency in improving overall health. Additionally, this kind of exercise is also beneficial in losing weight. There are several levels that should be followed in the pilates workout. If you’re beginner in pilates, you will be trained with the simplest workout program. At a later time, you will gradually move to the more difficult workout through the different steps of workout of pilates.

During the workout of pilates training process, pilates trainers will serve great importance since they can guide you to some safe and effective pilates movements. Below, there are some prominent items that will guide you through the diverse levels of the pilates exercise program.

Novice Pilates Workout

The novice workout of pilates is designed to guide you how to be flexible for the dissimilar pilates moves later on. Generally, they are easy exercises which consist typically of mind relaxation. A workout of pilates ball may be required to achieve balance and perfection during your moves.

Great importance during the beginner level can be also working pads. Most of the pilates new comers are trained on the “one hundred” workout which was develop to reinforce the torso muscles. One leg stretch, roll-ups, spine stretch as well as one leg circle are among the well-known pilates exercises at the novice level.

Intermediate Stage Pilates Workout

This workout of pilates stage is a bridge among moving from the beginner stage to the advanced level. If the exercises are performed and practiced often, most people commonly tolerate the level of difficulty. Some of the best intermediate pilates exercises include: shoulder bridge, the double leg, side kick, and neck pull.

Advanced Stage Pilates Workout

An individual can perform the advanced level pilates workout after a rigorous pilates training. If a person does not undertake the normal process of learning, he or she may have difficulty performing the advanced workouts.

To practice pilates exercise, it’s very significant that the condition of a person is ready to take the more complex workout. The exercises that can be practiced in the advanced level are cork screw, hip and spine twist, swimming, and push-ups.

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Muscle Growth Secrets – Top 7 Fitness Tips!

Imagine this scenario. You join a gym; all charged up to become fit & muscular. You work hard on your muscle building routines & keep pushing yourself. You feel happy with your effort. After all, you have managed to stick to your fitness routine, much longer than before! But no matter how hard you try, you are not growing your muscles anymore! Sounds familiar? More then likely, you have been getting one or more of the following fitness principles wrong.

1. Avoid Over-training

Each time a muscle is used in an intense activity, it actually breaks down muscle fibers. Hence, they need some time to recover & be ready for training again. Most good muscle growing routines target a group of muscles only once or twice in a week. This ensures adequate time for muscle growth.

2. Avoid Prolonged Workouts

When looking to grow muscles, think quality over quantity. With longer workouts, your cortisol levels begin to rise. This can cause damage to the muscles rather than muscle growth. Your workout duration should ideally be between 45 minutes to an hour; with adequate periods of rest in between.

3. Grow Muscles While You Sleep

Sleeping for 8 to 10 hours a day is essential for ensuring muscle growth. The rest period gives the body a chance to grow new muscle fibers.

4. Restrict Alcohol Usage

Alcohol interferes with the body’s ability to generate muscle mass. It can also reduce the general fitness levels.

5. Inject Variety in Your Fitness Routine

Make sure to change your exercise routines every 6 to 8 weeks. This ensures that muscles don’t adapt to the same exercises; which will in turn restrict muscle growth.

6. Constantly Challenge Your Muscles

Muscles grow in response to the stimulus of working against a load; or resistance. Hence, it is of the utmost importance to try & increase the load with every exercise session. This ensures that the muscle is challenged all the time.

7. Get Plenty of Proteins for Muscle Growth

Proteins are called the building blocks of the human body. Thus, make sure that you include an adequate supply of proteins in your diet. You may want to consider using protein shakes or supplements; if your diet is low in proteins. A quantity of 1 gram protein equivalent for every pound of body weight is usually recommended for effective muscle growth.

Follow these principles & stay focused. Although there are many more factors which also play a part, the above fitness tips should help you get started on your way towards having the body your working for.

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Why You Should Follow The Q48 Programme

Overweight or obesity is a major problem these days. Many people are stuck in their desks in front of their computers for the most duration of the day. When they get home, they are often too tired to exercise. But physical activity is a must, and that includes regular exercise. That’s why for many decades now, there have been countless of diet and exercise programs that have been devised for the needs of the weight-loss seeking populace. But what makes an exercise and diet routine effective?

Everyone is busy with their work or studies, or even taking care of the kids and doing chores at home. That’s why, for a diet and exercise program to be able to gain the following of health and fitness buffs, it has to be time-efficient. In the same way, it has to be easy, too. People connote dieting and exercise to hard work, but that is no longer the case. You can find convenient ways to lose weight.

Early this year, there came out to the market a weight loss program known as the Q48 program. A lot of people wondered about what the perks of the Q48 program are. And more importantly, they want to know about the details of Q48. Here’s what the program is about and why you should follow the Q48 programme.

The Q48 program is an exercise program that implements HIIT or high intensity interval training. In HIIT, you perform a combination of a few minutes of exercise and a few seconds of rest. By following a few and simple quick and easy exercises, you will lose weight faster. Here are some reasons why you should follow the Q48 programme.

Exercises required in the Q48 program have the distinction of being able to accelerate your metabolism. That is, they help you burn more calories fast. Doing Q48 exercise lets you burn calories (wherein your metabolism is continually working) for the next 48 hours. Hence the name of the program “Q48”. It generally varies from one person to another, depending on body type. But for the most part, you’ll keep on burning calories for the next 48 hours after doing the exercises recommended by Q48. One of the best reasons why you should follow the Q48 program is that it is fun and easy to do. You don’t have to stay for long hours in the gym to shed your excess pounds.

What makes Q48 even more attractive is that you don’t have to suffer to lose weight. That’s right. The Q48 program does not require any form of strict dieting. However you are eating now, you can keep it that way. You will lose weight as long as you do the exercises prescribed by Q48. No need to put an end to your being a foodie, and by all means, give in to your food cravings!

The Q48 program is categorized according to beginner and advanced levels. In each cycle of the program, you initially do some “charging up” which motivates you to do the next levels of workouts. Experts agree that HIIT used in Q48 increases metabolism and is an effective way to lose weight. Wherever you are, whether in the office, at home or in a hotel room, you can perform Q48 exercises. No need to be frustrated, you’ll get quick results the un-boring way by following the Q48 program.

It’s a win-win situation if you exercise the Q48 way. There are a hundred and one reasons why you should follow the Q48 programme.

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