Tuesday, October 25, 2011

NEVER eat this with carbs (for max fatburning)

Hey there,

In case you missed my email yesterday, my good friends Joel Marion

and Craig Ballantyne are GIVING AWAY their top 4 tricks for burning

fat around the clock, 24/7.

On page 12 they tell you the ONE thing you should never eat with


==> NEVER eat this with carbs (for max fatburning)

Then on page 13, they show you how strategically eating carbs late

at night can actually help you burn more fat.

It's all free to download right now:

==>; Late night carbs = MORE fat loss

Download it now (while it's still available).

Talk soon,


Rated "R" Fitness

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Build A Lean, Athletic Physique In Just 3 Short Workouts A Week

Build A Lean, Athletic Physique In Just 3 Short Workouts A Week

By: Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, MS

Turbulence Training

I went to the gym for one of my 45-minute workouts and quickly found myself surrounded by a bunch of weight belt wearing, orange juice carrying bodybuilders.

Not that there’s anything wrong with them….

… In fact, I got along with these guys perfectly alright. The point is that our workouts couldn’t have been much more different.

You see, while the bodybuilders typically spent most of their 90-minute workouts sitting around in between sets, or drinking their big ol’ jugs of OJ, or even just chatting with one another, I spent my much shorter workout getting to work right away, and then making sure I didn’t slow down until I’d finished.

And the reason for this was simple...

… I just didn’t have a lot of free time to workout.

But just because I didn’t have 90 minutes a day to workout, didn’t mean I simply accepted mediocre results.

That’s because in half the time those bodybuilders were working out, I turned up the intensity and followed one of my favorite workouts from the Turbulence Training for Fat Loss Manual, TT 2K4.

With this 3 day-a-week workout in my arsenal, I was able to spend just 45 minutes in the gym. But that’s not even the best part!

That’s because TT 2K4 is designed in such a way that it burns fat long after you’ve left the gym. So all you need to do is workout hard for just 45 minutes and you’ll then reap the benefits for up to 48 hours later.

Ain’t that great?

I realize many of you are just as busy as me and so we can’t afford to workout 90 minutes a day, 6 days a week. That’s why I designed Turbulence Training and the 2K4 workout program.

With a series of challenging bodyweight and dumbbell supersets, not to mention one muscle-pumping superset that even bodybuilders would love, TT 2K4 is the perfect program to get you maximum results in minimum time.

About the Author

Craig Ballantyne is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and writes for Men's Health, Men's Fitness, Maximum Fitness, Muscle and Fitness Hers, and Oxygen magazines. His trademarked Turbulence Training fat loss workouts have been featured multiple times in Men’s Fitness and Maximum Fitness magazines, and have helped thousands of men and women around the world lose fat, gain muscle, and get lean in less than 45 minutes three times per week. For more information on the Turbulence Training workouts that will help you burn fat without long, slow cardio sessions or fancy equipment, visit http://bootcamppr.turbulence.hop.clickbank.net/

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Do fat burner pills work?

Happy Sunday People


Now we have been talking alot about Fat Burners.







Look at this report from the Mayo Clinic

Over-the-counter weight-loss pills: Do they work?

The temptation to use over-the-counter weight-loss pills to lose weight fast is strong. But are these products safe and effective?

By Mayo Clinic staff

The appeal of losing weight quickly is hard to resist. But do weight-loss pills and products lighten anything but your wallet? And are they a safe option for weight loss? Here's a look at some over-the-counter weight-loss pills and what they will and won't do for you.

Over-the-counter (OTC) weight-loss pills: What you need to know

A number of weight-loss pills are available at your local drugstore, supermarket or health food store. Even more options are available online. Most haven't been proved effective, and some may be downright dangerous.

How can companies sell potentially unsafe products? Dietary supplements and weight-loss aids aren't subject to the same rigorous standards as are prescription drugs. Thus, they can be sold with limited proof of effectiveness or safety. Once a product is on the market, however, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitors its safety and can take action to ban or recall dangerous products.

For this reason, it's important to do your homework if you're thinking about trying weight-loss pills. Read labels and talk with your doctor or pharmacist. Also check the FDA Web site for alerts about safety concerns and product recalls. The table shows common weight-loss pills and what the research shows about their effectiveness and safety.
Product Claim Effectiveness Safety
Alli — OTC version of prescription drug orlistat (Xenical) Decreases absorption of dietary fat Effective; weight-loss amounts typically less for OTC versus prescription FDA investigating reports of liver injury
Bitter orange Increases calories burned Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Possibly unsafe
Chitosan Blocks absorption of dietary fat Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Possibly safe
Chromium Increases calories burned, decreases appetite and builds muscle Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Likely safe
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) Reduces body fat and builds muscle Possibly effective Possibly safe
Country mallow (heartleaf) Decreases appetite and increases calories burned Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Likely unsafe and banned by FDA
Ephedra Decreases appetite Possibly effective Likely unsafe and banned by FDA
Green tea extract Increases calorie and fat metabolism and decreases appetite Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Possibly safe
Guar gum Blocks absorption of dietary fat and increases feeling of fullness Possibly ineffective Likely safe
Hoodia Decreases appetite Insufficient reliable evidence to rate Insufficient information
Sources: U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 2010; Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, 2010


Do Fat Burners Really Work?

This is a good one - I really need to share this story with you! It’s too good to keep to myself!

A good buddy of mine has a nutrition store in North Vancouver and the other day I went there to buy some protein powder. He showed me a few new products he just received. I love looking around his store to see what’s new on the market. I’m like a kid in a candy store!

We are in the middle of a conversation when a young woman, around 25 years old, came in and started to look around the store. My friend goes over and asks her if he can help, and she said ‘I’m looking for a fat burner. Do you have something new? I’ve tried a few of them and they don’t work. I really need to lose some weight.’

When I looked at her, do you know what she held in her hand? A chocolate bar. Now why do you think none of the fat burners she used didn’t work? You don’t need to be a genius for that. My friend looked at her and said ‘You shouldn’t eat that if you really want to lose some weight.’ She started to laugh and just keep on talking like nothing happened.

After few minutes chatting with her we discover this young woman want to lose some weight but the problem is she doesn’t exercise, eats only 2 big meals a day, and uses fat burners to lose weight. I don’t understand why she can’t lose any weight… (I’m just kidding!!)

That’s the problem. Some people use supplements but don’t exercise, and their nutrition isn’t right. They rely on supplements to get results. Supplements are here to give you some help. I don’t know anyone who has a great physique but doesn’t do any exercises and just takes supplements. It’s a package deal. Exercise, nutrition and supplements will give you some good results. You need all of them.

"When I am asked what I think about fat burners my first
response immediately is that without the proper diet and
training program there is no pill that will give you the
results that you are looking for. If fat loss is your goal
you need to create a nutritional program that will feed
your muscle tissue while starving the fat. The way to do
this is the following:
• Eat a slightly caloric deficient diet (a diet where you
ingest less calories than what you burn on a given day).
Take your approximate lean body mass and multiply it by
12 to get a good calorie base.
• Eat frequently: Your diet should consist of multiple
small meals a day (5-6) consisting of complex
carbohydrates, lean proteins and some essential fats. A
ratio of 40% carbs, 40% proteins and 20% fats will yield
great results!
• Focus on weight training: Your workout program should
focus on weight training as this activity will build more
muscle which not only serves to give you a pleasing shape
but also increases your metabolism permanently, thus
making it easier to lose fat. Four to five sessions a week
of 45 minutes will suffice for most people. "

Bottom line Bootcampers...Nothing can replace...The right training program and supportive eating.

Leave me your thoughts on this...See you monday

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