I get it! As time flies, it can be hard to ignore the aches and pains, and especially daunting to get down on the floor with the fear you may never get back up again. Never fear - Jorge experience as a trainer has granted him with a few tricks up his sleeve to make Interval Training accessible to everyone - no matter your age or physical condition.
Interval Training is the most efficient way to target belly fat and get fit fast. Not only do these workouts tone and tighten, but the health benefits are miraculous. Strengthen your core, muscles and structure to avoid injury and improve stability. Also, improve blood pressure and lower cholesterol levels all while balancing insulin levels. Best of all, enjoy the after burn effect for up to 36 hours after your workout - say hello to burning belly fat first!
Check out how to adapt common High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) moves to burn belly fat first and boost your metabolism fast, and more importantly, how to adapt any move to fit your needs and guarantee results.
Feeling uneasy or in need of some extra support? Grab a chair. Feeling strong and looking for an extra challenge? Grab some dumbbells. No matter which fit is the right one for you, the effort of your workout will pay off. TRY THIS - Pick your method, and keep your back straight while doing side bends alternating sides for a total of one minute. Feel the burn!
Needing extra support? No problem - utilize your surroundings like a chair or a wall, and do what makes you feel most comfortable. TRY THIS - Stand tall with your back straight, then lower down as far as you can, or until your legs form a 90 degree angle with the ground. Hold this stance for one minute, or as long as you can. Enjoy the strengthen burn!
We have shared two moves to try out, and give you some insight on how to utilize these tools to make your workouts count. No excuses - everyone can feel the burn and stay toned.
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