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Physical Exercise For Fat Loss – No Equipment Training With Just Your Body Weight

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If you’re looking for a way to lose fat without going to the gym or purchasing expensive equipment, then bodyweight training may be the training method for you. The following are some tips I’ve used in the past to successfully lose weight using just my own body weight:Tip #1: Less is More – I’ve spent up to two hours a time working out, but my best results have come from workouts that last no more than twenty minutes. I’ve found that quality is far superior than quantity. All you need is a handful of high intensity body weight exercises that work multiple muscle groups at once to make bodyweight training work for you.Tip #2: Go Hard, or Go Home – Well, you are home. But the creed many people use in the gym, can also be used with your home workouts. Just because you’re working out at home, doesn’t mean that you should go easy on your workouts. Make the most of those 20 minutes you have to workout, and really push yourself with difficult exercises and intensity techniques.Tip #3: Learn, Learn, Learn – When I first started body weight training, I thought all there was to it was bodyweight squats, pullups

Physical Exercise For Fat Loss – No Equipment Training With Just Your Body Weight

Muscle Ball Training 2nd Publication

Strength Ball Training 2nd Edition

You’ll never run out of ways to use Swiss (also called stability) balls and medicine balls with this book, which describes and illustrates 69 exercises that can be done with one (or sometimes both) of these balls. Swiss and medicine balls are popular among athletes for conditioning, strength, flexibility, and balance. They provide an unstable platform, challenging balance and core stabilization and helping athletes train for unpredictable situations. You’ll progress from basic exercises, like pushups with the feet on the Swiss ball and crunches lying on the ball, to challenges like kneeling on the ball unassisted for three minutes and the one-legged jackknife. Each exercise is described in three stages–setup, movement, and finish–and many also include advanced variations. Illustrations–usually two per exercise–are clear and large, and the book opens flat, so you can do the exercises with the book beside you on the floor. Special training recommendations for football, skiing, tennis, soccer, golf

Muscle Ball Training 2nd Publication