Have you been trying to lose weight so you can get that perfect body? Are you confused every time you walk into a gym and you see all those intimidating machines and you don’t know what are they good for and which one should you be doing? Have you done thousands of crunches, and you wonder if you can lose weight. Have you heard of body weight training?
Body weight training exercises are done using your own weight when you train instead of using gym equipment. If you have heard of interval training then you know how it works. The trend has been going towards interval training for years. It lets you burn more calories than simply doing cardio. That is the biggest reason for the shift towards interval training.
Body weight training may be just the thing for you to start making changes in your life. If you are looking for a way to build more muscle, lose fat, feel healthier and better about yourself and full of energy, body weight training may be for you. It does all that even if you failed with other programs in the past. This is the perfect solution for people who have struggled and is the easier faster and more effective solution. If you have had some success then body weight training will help you get better results by adding it to what you’re currently doing.
Why Body Weight Training?
There are many benefits to starting your own body weight training program.
- There are no expensive memberships.
The average cost of joining a gym is $58 per month. People are always busy and finding time to go to the gym everyday is challenging. More often than not you end up paying your membership and rarely go, you’re throwing money away. Sure you can create a home gym.
- You don’t need weights and other equipment.
Starting a home gym is an option, sure, but you need to buy the weights and equipment. The cost can get very expensive and it takes up lots of room. If you have the room, and money isn’t a problem then you have to think about the time factor. You have to set up your equipment before you workout and change weights during it. After your workout you have to clean everything up and put it away. So you see while creating your own home gym is an option it isn’t as simple as it sounds.
- You can do it from your home at your own time.
I know your time is important to you and saving you time is saving you money. You can look at the time you spend at the gym as wasted time. You see the majority of people spend more time getting ready for the gym than they spend burning calories. Time wasted is filling your water bottle, talking with friends, fixing your clothes, and changing your music. So if you are spending 6 hours a week at the gym over half of that is wasted time.
- Interval training is a better choice.
Body weight training when you have a few minutes is easier to work in your busy schedule. Wasted time means limited benefits from your exercises which can delay your results. This let’s you get ripped, lean sexy muscles in the least amount of time. The best part about it all is you will be proportioned without looking like a bodybuilder.
How do you get the most out of it?
If you want to get the most from your body weight training you want to do it shortly after you wake up. There’s a few reasons for doing a ten-minute workout before you’ve eaten. You’re tired from working and less motivated later in the day when all you want to do is sit back and relax. When you first wake up you are at your best, you have plenty of energy and motivation. Just put on your music and before you know it ten minutes is over and you aren’t going to be tired afterwards.
These ten minutes of exercise are intensive training so you can burn calories and build muscle. The amount of calories you burn depends on you but the average is between 100 and 200 calories. The body weight training program is a complete fat loss program you do on your own time. So if you want a complete fat loss program that can perfectly fit your schedule, download this free special report.
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By: Moraima Buonafede
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