MMA Abs Hardcore Trooper program, True Commandos
I want to lose a lot of body fat, How Should I Train For Maximum Fat Loss?
Go hard and go heavy if you want to be bulky but if you are a fighter its best to use lighter weight with quicker reps. You do not have to use weight with this program. High-intensity exercise has been shown to stimulate lipolytic hormones, including growth hormone and epinephrine, which promote greater post-exercise energy expenditure and fat burning.1 This after-burn effect is associated with a boost in metabolism, known as excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).
High-volume, whole-body resistance training significantly elevates resting energy expenditure up to 72 hours after exercise in both trained and untrained subjects.2,3 In fact, a study from the National Taiwan Normal University found that EPOC after training with heavier weights—75 percent of one rep max (1RM)—is higher than after training with lighter weights at 50 percent of 1RM.
Basically, the heavier and harder you train in the gym, the more you burn when you’re done lifting.
I been trying to lose my gut for years, why Is Stomach Fat So Hard To Lose?
Everyone’s different, but the stomach is generally the body’s favorite place to store and hold fat—even on a strict diet and fitness plan. When I was competing my lower abs were the last to appear before a show. Hormonal changes that result from lack of proper sleep, stress, and aging add more fat to your waistline.
I want to impress my wife, how Long Will It Take To Get A Six-Pack?
This is probably the most common question we hear from our clients. There’s no sure-fire answer because so many factors are involved, including your current body fat, your fitness level, your exercise routine, your diet, stress, and your sleep duration and quality.
Regardless, you won’t build a six-pack overnight. You have to put in real work and give it time. Get a fitness and nutrition plan together and follow it consistently for at least 12 weeks before you expect to see noticeable results.