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Best Fat Loss Workout Routine

Best Fat Loss Workout Routine
The best fat loss workout routine is one you can do consistently and with the equipment you have. If you have a home gym or a membership, great, if not, you need one that includes little equipment. In this free article I give you options for both.
Best Fat Loss Workout Routine - Gym
It has been proven that lifting weights is very conducive to fat burning and can help burn calories a LOT faster than just doing plain old cardio. The free weights in the gym are the best, although there are some machines that are good such as cable machines, the free weights are the hardest and most challenging to your body = most weight loss. Here is a great fat burning routine for the gym:
Deadlifts - 4 x 10
Back squats - 5 x 10
Bench press - 4 x 8
Clean and press or military press - 4 x 10
Calf raises - 4 x 30
+ any ab workout
Do these in a style with very little rest between sets and different exercises to get you sweating and aiding the lean body creation.
Best Fat Loss Workout Routine - No equipment
Do these workouts in a circuit style - do a whole circuit then start again once finished:

Burpees x 20
Free squats x 50
Jumping jacks x 75
Plank hold x 1min
Wall sit x 1 min
Bicycle crunch x 50
This workout should be done about 4 times through with high intensity.
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Home Gym Workout Routine Setup Tips

Home Gym Workout Routine Setup Tips
A home gym workout routine offers you the benefits of no membership fees, no audience with all eyes on you, and no time lost in travel to and from the gym. The best news though is that it can be incredibly cheap to set up. Simplicity is the name of the game.
Start small and determine your additional needs from there
You may well find the benefits of your home workout routine mean you are able to get a lot more out of less. Lets face it, much of the equipment in the gym is just to justify the fee they are charging you anyway. You probably won't miss it. Besides plenty of people are in great shape without setting foot in the gym.
Setting up your home gym
1)Recognise the value of bodyweight exercises
There is a reason why some of the fittest people on the planet use bodyweight conditioning exercises. 
People such as the navy seals who are arguably the perfect combination of performance and looking fit and healthy. They have to be. Using the right bodyweight exercises will help you improve your body, and save money. Thats a win-win.
2)Get some dumbbells
Choose adjustable sets so you have the option of different resistance to work with. This way your program can adapt as you do.
3)Use an exercise mat
This will be your workout area; get the mat out to signal its "game time" and get your mind into workout mode. When your workout is over you can simply put the mat away and get on with living your life.
4)Consider a pull up bar
The pull up is perhaps the king of upper body exercises, and will improve your strength and conditioning at the same time as your looks.
5)Use a mirror
A mirror is not just for vanity but to watch for your form when performing an exercise. If its possible to workout in front of a mirror, you will benefit.
Tools bands and balls are optional, if you think you will enjoy using them they can add variety, but they are by no means necessary, so start with the basics mentioned above first. With this simple set up you really will have the foundations for a great home gym workout routine.

Fat Loss Kettlebell Workout Routines

Fat Loss Kettlebell Workout Routines
Kettlebells can be used for several purposes, but here I will present various kettlebell workout routines which are extremely effective for fat loss. One of the primary factors to making an exercise session burn a lot of fat is to bring the heart rate and breathing rate up. Breathing heavily, while not very fun at that moment, is important to burn off fat since the fatty acids inside the blood stream have to be oxidized; thus oxygen usage is extremely important. A lot of heavy breathing leads to a good deal of oxygen being drawn in throughout the workout, and that is exactly what will burn a good deal of fat.
Fat loss kettlebell workout routines don't need to be complicated; there are many straight forward set-ups which can be positively ferocious to complete. For instance:
Fat Loss Workout #1
10 kettlebell swings, 1 push-up, 10 swings, 2 push-ups,... , 10 swings, 10 push-ups
Bear in mind these swings can be done with one bell or two, and if using two, perform the push-ups while gripping the handles of the kettlebells. Executing push-ups that way (with neutral wrist position) is usually easier on the wrists, elbows, and shoulders.
Minimum rest ought to be taken at all times, ideally going through all the reps without resting in any way. For individuals who are less mathematically-inclined, that's 100 swings and 55 push-ups, completed in (if possible) less than 15 minutes. That's a great deal of work in addition to a great way to get rid of some body fat.
Although it's unquestionably vital to keep moving during a fat loss kettlebell workout in order to attain the best results, additionally it is imperative that exercises are chosen intelligently. Using an exercise that forces the body to keep moving isn't sufficient: it should present enough of a challenge so the workout acts as an effective strength stimulus simultaneously. A younger and in-shape fitness enthusiast would probably be breathing hard after a set of swings and 12" box step-ups, but will those step-ups pose a decent strength challenge? Probably not. Even though they would keep the person working and breathing more heavily than usual, they wouldn't do much to build additional strength.
Therefore, for the swing and push-up workout earlier on, adding weight for the push-up is advised if the person can complete the entire workout without too much effort.
Swings, being as powerful as they are, ought to be incorporated into just about any fat loss kettlebell workout. It's almost impossible to do "too many" of them, so there's no harm incorporating them since they do such a good job of getting the heart rate up.
Here's another great kettlebell fat loss workout containing swings and push-ups:
Fat Loss Workout #2
Swings for 20 seconds, 5 push-ups, 30 seconds rest. Repeat for 15 minutes.
If after that workout the push-ups remain easy, consider adding weight or reps next time.
Here are two additional powerful fat loss kettlebell combinations:
Fat Loss Workout #3
Using 2 kettlebells:
10 swings, walk 30 steps, 10 goblet squats, walk 30 steps
10 swings, walk 30 steps, 9 goblet squats, walk 30 steps
Continue down to 1 goblet squat.
Fat Loss Workout #4
Using 1 or 2 kettlebells. Start at the top of the minute.
5 swings, 1 push-up, rest the remainder of the minute.
10 swings, 2 push-ups, rest remainder of the minute.
5 swings, 3 push-ups, rest remainder of the minute.
10... , 4... , rest
5... , 5... , rest
The entire way up to 10 swings and 10 push-ups.
For this one, rotating between sets of 5 and 10 swings will provide a small bit of additional rest. Go ahead and make all sets of swings 10 once successfully completing the workout above.
Give these fat loss kettlebell workouts a shot! While including correct nutrition and strength training, they will likely provide all the additional fat burning anybody would need.

Choosing the Best Workout Routine

Choosing the Best Workout Routine
Does your workout leave you covered in sweat and swaddled in layers of fat? Unfortunately, even if you work out on a daily basis, doing the wrong exercises will produce few, if any results.
 If you want to reach a certain goal, you may need to stop the program that you are using, and learn more about the best workout routine available.
Today, many people are learning that the Max Workouts are useful for achieving a number of fitness goals. 
This includes breaking through plateaus, as well as providing a sound basis for long term health maintenance. While this program offers plenty of weight lifting and abdominal exercises, it is also ideal for developing overall physical fitness.
When searching for the best workout routine, it is important to find one that you can commit to. For example, you may feel that you will enjoy one program, but already know that it will take too much time from your schedule.
 Fortunately, you will find that the Max Workouts include a number of refreshing exercises that will ensure your muscles develop in a way that is attractive and safe. At the same time, this workout is over fifty percent shorter than others.
Each day, thousands of people give up on their exercise routines because they can no longer afford gym fees, or the cost of new equipment and video tapes.
 On the other hand, if you have a good set of weights, you will have everything you need to make use of the Max Workouts. Chances are, you will be amazed at what you can accomplish with a few exercises that target specific muscles and groups of muscles. 
Why go on with an exercise routine that leaves you feeling flabby and unhappy? Today you can start enjoying a lean, powerful body without all that wasted effort.

Winning Workout Routines For Toning - 7 Tips

Winning Workout Routines For Toning - 7 Tips
The reasons people choose to commit to a workout routine are many. Typically, men and women are interested in one of the following:
* building up their muscles to look bigger, buffer and stronger 
* slimming down for improved health and attractiveness 
* improving their core body strength for better overall health and resistance to injury 
* toning their body to attain that healthy glow
Of course, each of these goals calls for a different type of workout routine. If you are looking for a winning workout routines for toning, follow these 7 tips:
1. For free weight lifting, focus on repetition, not heavy weights:
Train with free weights as part of your muscle-toning routine. But how much weight should you be lifting? For bodybuilders looking to win a muscle competition or kick sand into the face of nerds at the beach with impunity, lifting very heavy weights should be the goal. That's because heavy weights build mass. However, because toning is your goal, you should be using lighter weights with high repetition.
2. Strengthen your abs with isometrics:
For an all-around more toned look, you need to really hit your abs hard. You should be working on your abs at least 3-4 times per week. Of course, sit-ups are a great start. And, if you have access to a gym, ab machines and leg extensions can also help you build your abs. However, these exercises can also be hard on your spine. For a safe, effective alternative, try isometric exercises. Isometrics simply means resistance training without actually moving your body. Isometrics can increase strength and tone without building significant muscle mass.
3. Blast your obliques:
If you ask people, "What makes someone look great in a bathing suit," usually "great abs" is the first response you get. But, it is easy to ignore the effect that great obliques (the muscles to the left and right of your abs) can have on your overall look. Firm obliques can actually make your abs look better. And, as a bonus, they can actually protect your spine from injury and stabilize your body. So, how do you get great obliques? Isometrics (see above) can help you here, too.
4. Employ compound exercises:
Your winning workout routine for toning should also include a generous dose of compound exercises. These are simply any exercises that include 2 or more joint movements. Compound exercises help with toning because they involve more muscles at once and therefore build more muscle mass. Examples of compound exercises include the squat, dead lift, chin ups, dips, bench press, barbell press, and lunges.
5. Remember to train your lower body:
You may not know it, but 60-70% of your musculature is in your lower body. While it may feel more important to focus mainly on your upper body during your workouts, focusing on your lower half helps contributes to your whole body's muscle mass gain - and therefore your toning process. When you work your lower body, you produce more muscle growth hormone, which will help you look more tone all over.
6. If have lost more than 50 pounds, you may want to condition your skin.People who have lost a lot of weight in a short period of time may notice their skin does not look at tight as it used to. While your workouts will help focus your muscles into a tighter, better-defined shape - they will not help your skin regain its youthful look. The answer? Try a skin toning solution from your favorite cosmetics provider. Over time, this can help complete the toned look you are going for.
7. Make the right food choices:
Don't neglect your food choices when putting together your winning toning workout. You won't make nearly as much headway by following super-intense workout schedule if meanwhile you are eating junk food or just playing it "business as usual" in terms of your eating habits. Take the time to put together the right eating regime by talking to a nutritionist first - and then following their advice. Just this step alone will contribute heavily toward that tone body you are looking for.

Muscle Building Workout Routines - Choose One Well

Muscle Building Workout Routines - Choose One Well
If you want to build a muscular body then you have to pay attention to the muscle building workout routines that you will follow.
 It is a common mistake of many aspiring boy builders out there to simply copy the muscle building work out routines of other individuals thinking that if these routines have worked for others then it will surely work for them.
 What these people should know is that it does not work that way. Workout routines should be tailor-fitted to different individuals because each has different needs as well as different body make-ups. What has worked for other people may not work for you.
In developing muscle building workout routines, aspiring body builders must take inconsideration their goals.
 Do they want to gain weight or lose weight? Do they want to bulk up or slim down?
 Do they want to develop huge muscles or do they simply want to have a toned body? These questions must be answered before starting on muscle building workout routines.
 Without paying attention to your goals, then you may follow a certain routine then be disappointed with the results.
Nutrition is also an aspect of body building that you should not forget. It is easy to blame a workout if you are not seeing results with your efforts but nutrition may be the main culprit.
There are many muscle building workout routines out there but you need to determine your needs before you can choose the one that is ideal for you and will produce the results that you desire.

Workout Routines For Seniors

Workout Routines For Seniors
Seniors are finally getting involved in the health movement! Move it or lose it! What is the best workout routine for senior citizens? And why should seniors workout? We will explore more on this topic during this article.
Did you know that there are some health insurance companies that will actually pay for your gym membership. 
When this was implemented several years ago, the insurance companies saved around 1.6 billion dollars in health care in the first two years! Senior citizens were getting into the gym, and getting fit and healthy!
Of course, if you have read any of my other articles, you know that I am a big advocate of weight lifting. And yes, this goes for you too, seniors. Lifting weights can really help with osteoporosis. If you don't believe me, ask your doctor. Your doctor will tell you.
 I have some clients that have come to me because their doctor has told them that they have to get a personal trainer. My hope for everyone and their health is that they get into the gym BEFORE their doctor tells them that they have to do it.
 Once you are at a place where your doctor tells you that you HAVE to lose weight, or you have to get a personal trainer, this can mean that your health is at stake. This always makes my heart just drop, because I know for many people, that a lot of their health problems could have been prevented if they had just lead a healthy lifestyle and gotten into the gym.
So, don't be one of those people. Get in to the gym now. Also, for most seniors, it's about getting back your mobility, your range of motion, and a bit of strength and energy. 
Yes, I recommend lifting weights, but, don't go in and just start throwing weights around. 
Get yourself at least a month of sessions with a personal trainer. Many injuries can be prevented by just knowing where to place your hands or your feet during certain exercises.