Rich Eats: KEEP GOING – This is your life now! (not just a resolution)

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This is a video I thought I’d record for you to keep you motivated and excited about training and getting even fitter! I start with some info on burning fat & Tabata then we dive into some awesome core exercises for conditioning your body and burning fat!

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This shows you some of the exercises I do using the Tabata method of high intensity interval training to burn fat and condition myself.

I’ve been training since I was 13 years old and this is by Far the best training I’ve come across for fat burning!

Here is a link to the Ultimate City Bootcamps Tabata video which is for those of you that like even more details. Click here.

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3 comments on “Rich Eats: KEEP GOING – This is your life now! (not just a resolution)

  1. Grainne Farrell on said:

    Hi Rich, just watched this video and then had to go and look at some more. Just picked up some great tips to add to what I am already doing. Thank you!

  2. Soraya on said:

    very good. interval-training or Tabata definitely has many physiological benefits, both external in terms of physique, and internal in terms of insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake. Two things I’d like to touch on…. first, you mentioned a handful of almonds and green tea before your morning workout. I’ve never tried the two together, but having almonds alone before exercising has never worked out for me. Because they’re very high in fat and fibre, and also are a source of protein, almonds are digested rather slowly, and don’t provide the instant energy that one would need for high-intensity training. When your muscles switch to anaerobic metabolism, glucose is the primary source of fuel, because it’s immediate. Only when the metabolism slows, and enough oxygen is being inhaled, will the body start oxidising fats. I think this is an important point. When you push yourself really hard, it’s glucose that’s being burned off, not fat. The key thing is, though, that building muscle increases your resting metabolism. So the more muscle you have, the more fat you burn when you’re at rest, or doing low-intensity exercise like walking. Obviously I don’t doubt that you already know this, but I thought I would mention it cause in this video you brought up metabolism several times… but in conclusion, I do agree, and though I’ve never heard it referred to as “Tabata” before, I also workout this way and have likewise found it effective 🙂

  3. Awesome video – my gym membership just expired so there’s a few exercises here I can do at home 🙂

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