WHY the F4L PROJECT get such good results + FREE BODYWEIGHT WORKOUT

Yooo,

Hope you’re having a great day!

I literally just found out about this new study (below) TODAY.

I felt I must share.

 

BETTER RESULTS IN LESS TIME????

Only yesterday I put around about 30 of my clients through

the exact training protocol that this study has been proven

to be the FASTEST method of

boosting your overall fitness whilst also meaning you don’t

have to

train as long!!!

 

Its the combo of this training protocol plus our awesome

nutrition plan that gets a members sucj good results.

 

GET YOUR A*SE OFF THE X-TRAINER NOW!!!

So if you’re one of those people that has been slogging

away in the gym for the last 10 years & seen no improvement

in fitness or body compostion I suggest you check this out…

 

 

This might be the most interesting –

and shocking – workout study ever.

 

Researchers at Queen’s University tested a Fit4Life Project style

workout against long cardio (the boring kind!!!)

 

The Study

(Reference: Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2012 Sep 20.)

22 college-aged women did 4 workouts per week for 4 weeks in
one of three groups.

Group A – did 30 minutes of treadmill running at 85% max heart rate

Group B – did 8 rounds of 20 seconds of a single exercise (burpees,
jumping jacks, mountain climbers, or squat thrusts) with 10
seconds of rest between rounds.

Group C – did nothing (they were the non-training control group).

Results:
Both training groups increased their aerobic fitness levels
by the SAME amount (about 7-8%). That’s right, the short
bodyweight workouts (of 4 minutes) worked just as well
as 30 minutes of cardio. Shocking.

BUT…only Group B, the F4L style training, also increased
muscular endurance in common exercises like chest presses,
leg extensions, sit-ups, and push-ups.

And finally, the F4L style training used by Group B also
resulted in greater overall workout enjoyment.

The scientists concluded that “extremely low volume bodyweight
interval-style training” will boost cardiovascular fitness
just as well as cardio while giving you BETTER improvements
in muscle endurance.

All in just 4 minutes!

 

Conclusion

 

If you want a better body and improved fitness, use the Fit4Life Project

bodyweight type workouts instead of long, slow (BORING) cardio.

 

If you’re not already a Fit4Life member or have never tried our program

I highly recommend you book onto our next free week trial – experience week

starting 15th October. Simply email us [email protected]

NOTE: NUMBER ARE LIMITED

 

You can also try the tabata workout that 30 of my guys went through only yesterday!

CHECK IT OUT BELOW – FREE WORKOUT

 

Fit4Life Project  Week 2 – Tabata Special

Method: 7 x tabata’s!!!

A tabata = 20 seconds all out work followed by 10 seconds rest x 8 rounds

(2 x upper body, 2 x core, 2 x cardio)

Warm Up – pulse raiser + mobility

Main Workout – Get your interval timer ready (I use GYMBOSS)

Upper Body P1  (Press Ups variations)
1. Press Ups singles
2. Super Slow press ups (3 max)
3. Tricep press up
4. Staggered press up
Repeat

Core P1:
1. V-Ups
2. Spidermans (no rotation)
3. Full Sit Ups
4. Reverse Sit Up
Repeat

Cardio P1:
Knee Drives
Climbers
Squat thrusts
Burpees
Repeat

Upper body P2:
Power Press Ups (air time)
Press Up back slap
Atomic Press Up
Spiderman press up
Repeat

Cardio P2:
1 legged Burpee
1 Armed Burpee
Sprint on spot
Star Jumps

Core P2
Cycle kicks
L leg cross over sit up
R Leg crossed Sit Up
Plank Builder
Repeat

Finisher – Jacks Tabata
Seal Jack / Push Up Jack (add push up)

 

 

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