Category : Fat Loss

Fat Loss

Fat Loss: 3 Tips To Help With Your Belly Fat

This article was contributed by guest trainer Mike Chang who specializes in helping men lose belly fat and get defined abs. To learn more from Mike, watch his free video at sixpackshortcuts.com

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3 Tips for Fat Loss, or “How to Look Sexy”

Article by Nick Gardner, aka JacktheThriller from the Muscle and Brawn forum.

I see hoards of people come to the gym with one goal in mind, fat loss. They can be categorized into two types. Type I, utterly fail at losing fat, get discouraged, and… Read more

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3 Super-Duper Foods to Get Your Six Pack on Track

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Hey y’all, today I am bringing you six of my favorite foods that will help put you on the fast track to getting your six pack on, uh… track. (Insert awkward silence here for my repeated rhyming.)

Moving on! If you have spent more than a minute… Read more

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7 Ways to Fix Your Diet and Lose Fat

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Looking for some easy techniques to get your diet on track? Here are 7 of my favorite tips and techniques that you can immediately implement to get your weight loss and diet on track. Best of all – they are easy and take only a couple moments to … Read more

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Why Diets Fail

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Want to lose weight? Sure you do. Everyone does! Currently, 2011 this year folks, we as a country have become more health conscience than ever. Look all around you and tell me what you see?! The Lemonade diet, the E-diet, Cookie diet, all these… Read more

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Meal Frequency – Six Meals Per Day For Fat Loss And Muscle Building?

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“You have to eat six small meals a day—this is the key to losing fat and building muscle.”

I’ve been hearing this bodybuilding mantra for decades.  But now I question the importance of meal frequency.  I’ll share some of the research… Read more

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Fat Loss

Glycemic Index – Key To Fat Loss Or Just Another Diet Gimmick?

The glycemic index (GI) is a scale from 1 to 100 that measures how quickly carbohydrate foods are broken down into glucose. The original purpose for the glycemic index was to help diabetics keep their blood sugar under control. The glycemic … Read more

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