Exercise Fat-burning Formula – REVEALED!!!

Exercise Fat-burning Formula – REVEALED!!!

Exercise Fat-burning Formula – REVEALED!!!

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alright let’s talk about exercise optimization formula ok now I’m going to give you kind of a general guideline and then we’ll get more specific here’s some basic things you must know all the benefit of exercise of exercising stressing your body spending time then recovering is in the recovery so the benefit of exercise is in the recovery after the exercise exercise in itself actually just stresses and breaks your body down but the benefit is your ability to recover and burn fat so when it’s recovering its burning fat many people do not give enough time in the recovery phase of exercise to be able to see the change I was in basic training for Jackson South Carolina 1983 I went in their top shape going the state to wrestle you know the whole thing I was in really good shape a wrestler by the time I graduated after three months I could barely pass the PT test could do it couldn’t even do a push-up couldn’t even run why because of no recovery they didn’t let me sleep it was exercise every day there was no downtime it destroyed my body and also stress so with exercise you will lose way more weight with the eating part then you will with the exercise some people say well I’m gonna eat what I want I’m just gonna exercise twice as hard oh really how does that working for you it’s not going to work so the eating is most important I have helped a lot of people lose weight by stopping working out but I’m not against working out we need to do it but we have to make sure your sleep is good if your sleep is good then you can do more exercise I’m not saying it’s not exercise I want you to keep doing exercise but I want to make sure you recover from it so here’s here’s what happens if you’re sleeping and you’re exercising and you’re not getting sore and you feel pretty good the next day or every third day then you can go ahead and keep doing what you’re doing and we’ll plug in the other stuff but I want to give you some other things to think with so it’s not so a cookbook if you’re working out and you don’t feel good after you work out then you’re overtraining overtraining is very dangerous to the heart I have a machine that measures people and I find people sometimes we’re at risk for heart attacks and they don’t even know it okay so give your body a chance to recover when you’re doing like an hour of kickboxing or Zumba or some hardcore workout it’s much better to do that every third day then every day or even every other day especially as you get older especially with weight loss some people I find you have to do it once every week or twice a week that would be the optimum time because they have to give themselves downtown downtime and on the downtime they can go for long walks they can do yoga they can do stretching that type of thing Pilates is great yoga is great but for the adrenal body type we want to kind of err on the smaller amount of exercise okay but as soon as you start sleeping you feeling better now we can really pick up the pace and start to just do some crazy hardcore workouts but there is a little formula I’m going to teach you that will give you the data on how where you are at at risk for your heart okay like you want to know if you want to risk for a heart attack that you can do this what you do is you you need a stopwatch and you need something to check your pulse rate you can have a pulse rate a meter that they’ll check they you can put it on your finger and check your pulse rate or you just take your two fingers and press on the artery and feel your pulse rate or your artery right here and feel the pulse rate and you can count it I like to count it for 15 seconds and then multiply it times four to get the total minute of number of pulse beats a normal pulse beat for each minute should be like 72 okay if it’s lower that could be very good unless you don’t workout then it could be very bad but we want it kind of lower than that we want it like 16 18 and 50 especially for athletes so we get the resting pulse rate before you exercise then you get on some type of I don’t know a machine or in place you can do burpees you can do run in place you can do jump rope you can do something to get your whole body under some intense exercise for one minute okay so we’ve got the right right down the resting pulse rate we do this incredible look out we spiked the pulse rate and then we measure our pulse rate again okay when we spiked it let’s pretend that goes to 150 after 1 minute workout then we’re going to rest for one minute and recheck the pulse rate so let’s say we rest for one minute and the pulse rate reduces down to 140 so we subtract 150 for 140 and that equals 10 okay if your if we measure 12 or pulse repeats or less in other words if you spike your pulse rate and it only comes down 12 or less than that you are at risk for heart attacks you should not be exercising right now you can do some slight walking in a flat surface but your heart cannot handle that because it’s not recovering very dangerous but if your pulse rate comes down fast let’s see it goes down by 50 points you are in good shape you can handle a workout so really this indicator of how fast your pulse rate recovers after the first minute is a real good clue to see how healthy you really are okay it’s one of the best indicators of health especially for the heart what we want is a fast recovery like of course when you’re 18 you can recover fast but then what you do is you recheck you keep checking your pulse rate every minute and see how long it takes for it to come all the way down to the resting pulse rate okay let’s say it takes five minutes to go down then if you were going to do interval training which is a type of high-intensity rest you would do it for one minute of exercise and you would wait for five minutes of rest that would be your pattern so we exercise for one minute of intensity and we rest for five minutes we exercise one minute rest for five minutes and we do like three cycles of that to start out with because the ratios of interval training of a short burst of exercise and lots of rest this is a way to figure it out what we don’t want to do is do one minute on and one minute off one minute on one minute off no no that’s not that’s not enough time to recover because when you spike your pulse rate and then we wait for it to come back and then we do it again and do it again we’re not strengthening our recovery systems you’re just overdoing it you’re putting your body and overwhelm so you can watch this video again and can take notes but the point is that we want to spike the pulse rate see how fast it comes down to determine our interval training but also determine if you’re at risk so if you’re between 20 and 30 that’s pretty much okay if you’re greater than 30 or more you’re actually in really good shape and you can recover very well all right so that’s exercise optimization formula

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Dr. Berg talks about the Belly Fat Burning Formula that is ideal for burning fat. He explains about fat burning exercises optimization for your belly fat diet and effective fat burning. The benefit of exercise is in recovery. Many people do not give enough time to recovery after fat burning exercise to reduce belly fat. You will sleep (to recover) and feel better as you will start to loose belly fat. He discusses about a simple fat burning exercise to check your heart condition by measuring your pulse rates before and after intensive exercise to know if you are at the risk of a heart attack. This exercise will also determine your interval training and how long you need to rest before undergoing intensive exercise.

Dr. Berg discusses about exercise optimization for your diet and fat burning. The benefit of exercise is in recovery. Many people do not give enough time to see the change.

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Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.

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