Category Archives: Weight Loss

Tone-Tech – 28 Day Simple Fat Burning & Toning Workout Programme for Men & Women

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28-Day Simple Fat Burning & Toning Workout Programme for Men & Women

Working out is amazing, I want you to fall in love with it. Without a defined destination and a plan you might be lacking the motivation to go to the gym in the first place.

You probably tried before and didn’t quite manage to get the results you wanted or just simply don’t know where to start. The fitness world can become overwhelming therefore I’ve gone into great detail explaining everything that I believe you need to know.

This programme has taken me a lot longer than expected, It contains a short version of the detailed plan that you can take into the gym with you. The detailed version explains: how to perform and exercise, sets, repetitions, tips & tricks, rest times, breathing & photos of each exercise.

In these 28 days you will complete 12 workouts lasting about 1 hour and 30 minutes each. You can carry on with the same programme for another month if you wish, just make sure you’re applying progressive overload. That means you can’t stay doing the same weight throughout the entire programme, you need to try and lift heavier as you work your way through the “Tone Tech”.

Challenge yourself!

Remember one thing, no training programme will work unless you do!

I don’t want you to buy it unless you’re 100 % certain you’re ready to change your life and stick all the way through it.

Disclaimer:

I wouldn’t recommend this programme for obese people due to it’s high impact nature. If you’re a beginner or even an experienced gym member I really want you to study the detailed programme first and make sure you’re doing the exercises right before you attempt proper training. Seek doctors approval before starting this programme.

Any Questions?

We all have them, just drop me an email and I will help you:

bartechcontact@gmail.com

 

How Many Calories Do I Need To Lose Weight

It’s best to think of them as 1 calorie equals to 1 unit of energy. This energy is used by our body to perform various tasks like keeping us alive, walking, lifting weights etc. We all need different amount of calories because of our lifestyle, weight, height, genetics and activity levels.
A person that lifts heavy weights 5 times a week will need more than somebody that has an office job and doesn’t participate in any physical activity.  There are several great tools that will help you determine how many calories you need to consume, one of them is : http://www.calculator.net/calorie-calculator.html

You may heard of the terms calorie deficit and calorie surplus but what exactly are they? In order to lose weight you have to go on a calorie deficit that means less calories then your body needs and calorie surplus to put on weight. Your body takes up certain amount of calories just to function (BMR) and then at the top of that any physical activity that you do. How do you calculate the calories that your body needs to stay the same? Again there is plenty of free tools that will do that for example: https://www.freedieting.com/calorie-calculator or the one I mentioned above.

Widely used estimate is that for every 3500 calories deficit you will lose 1 pound of weight. It’s a rough estimate however the real number will depend on the individual so just experiment. If you’re not losing weight, it means you are still on a calorie surplus, reevaluate where you are making mistakes and cut them out.Steemit - calculator

Which Fats Are Bad/ Sources Of Good Fats

This is just a quick post giving you an idea of where to find sources of good fats ( polyunsaturated & mono-unsaturated) and not so good ones ( trans fats & saturated). I hope you can find this helpful. Stick it on your fridge for easy reference. Be careful with some of these make sure you don’t have any allergies or intolerances to these foods.

 

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