Three Flat Belly Myths Busted
April 18, 2012 –– Flat belly diet and fitness programs that don’t work can be frustrating and cause many people to give up on ever losing weight and getting fit. Gregg Gillies, author of the new book “Flat Belly Blueprint” understands this frustration. With his new book, he exposes important myths, and includes nutrition and exercise information that’s really works.
Gillies states: "There are a lot of myths about how to lose your belly fat and get fit and they cause many people to quit in frustration because they don’t get any results, even though they are working hard! You don’t need crazy crash diets. And you don’t need to spend hours a day slaving away in the gym on huge, expensive machines.”
“Flat Belly Blueprint” exposes and fixes some of the biggest myths surrounding the health and fitness industry and weight loss. Myths like:
MYTH 1: Ab Exercises on Silly Gadgets and Thousands of Crunches Is The Key To a Flat Stomach and Sexy, Six Pack Abs.
No, It’s proper nutrition and a specific exercise program that works the entire body and boosts the metabolism for up to 39 hours after the workout is over.
MYTH 2: Endless Amounts of Cardio in the “Fat Burning Zone” is the Key To Fat Loss.
Nope again. Gillies says: "Low intensity cardio doesn’t boost your metabolism at all, except for the few calories you burn during the workout. The right exercise program includes metabolism boosting techniques like circuit training, interval training and metabolic conditioning. Most of the time, work hard, not longer.
MYTH 3: An Ultra-Strict Low Calorie, Low Fat Diet Is Needed to Get Want the Weight to Come Off.
Extreme low calorie diets, especially over the long term, can cause the body to gain weight, as well as lower the metabolism. Slight under-eating combined with proper exercise is the key.
Gillies’s new book, “Flat Belly Blueprint” includes specific nutrition and exercise strategies that are needed to lose belly fat, get fit and feel great. It’s now available for the Amazon Kindle for only $2.99. Inside the book you’ll also find how to get videos of all the exercises for free, as well as a new monthly workout every month for a year.
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