“Your Workout Routine is Keeping You Fat,” Explains Kyla Gagnon of Bodyripped
“If the scale in your house has the power to ruin your day, you haven’t discovered the power of the Xcelerate Effect in your workout routine,” says Kyla Gagnon, a trainer and professional bikini model. “All you need is 12 minutes a day and your own body to see fast results,” says Gagnon.
Victoria, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
As she strolls through her local gym, Kyla directs our attention to the long line of men and women on the latest cardio gadgets and says, “Does any of that look like fun to you? Most of them have been bored out of their minds for the last 40 minutes, with no idea they could be doing a fun workout routine which produces dramatically better results in a quarter of the time.”
As we glance down the long line of what appear to be cardio robots, we see some very cherry red faces with glazed eyes fixed like glue on a TV monitor overhead, hoping it will somehow make the time go by faster. What they fail to realize is this type of workout routine is not only painfully boring, but it could be keeping them fat.
The metabolism is what essentially determines how much energy a body uses on a day to day basis at rest. Those who have a fast metabolism tend to burn fuel quickly, even if they aren´t all that active, while those who have a much slower metabolism burn fuel sluggishly, often suffering from weight problems as a result. A faster metabolic rate makes it easier it to lose weight since the body will burn more fat at rest — even while sleeping.
“I know what you’re thinking…Thanks Tips! Nothing new here,” laughs Gagnon.
How about a short workout routine that produces better than double the results in a quarter of the time. “When you push your body such as you will do during our short but high intensity exercise sessions, you are taking it out of its comfort zone and will cause a process called EPOC to occur, which is the foundation for our patently unique A2X Xcelerate Effect.” states Gagon, who’s appearance is exactly as one might think it should be from participating in her workout routine.
This process, defined as excess post exercise oxygen consumption, represents the increased amount of oxygen intake after an exercise session occurs to help replace the oxygen deficit that occurred during the session
But after the workout, that is where fat usage increases. The EPOC principle begins to work in the body and increased fatty acids release from the stores, which are then burned off as fuel.
So basically, with intense workout sessions,carbs are burned as energy during the session and fats as energy for an extended period after the workout routine.
“If you can increase your rate of fat burning after the session for 36 hours, you can imagine what type of impact this is going to have on your rate of weight loss.” beams Gagnon. This is precisely what the Xcelerate Effect is about, accelerating the metabolism for rapid and permanent fat loss.
One study that was published by the European Journal of Applied Physiology noted that when subjects performed intense resistance exercise, including bodyweight resistance, the increase in calorie burn after the session was most noticeable for the first three hours, then slowly decreased after that, but did stay elevated above baseline for a period of up to 38 hours.
This is great news, but Kyla knows her mission to transform people is not going to be easy. “People have not yet seen the power of our workout routine. I am on a 25,000 Ripped Nation transformation mission,” she says as she talks about her desire to transform 25,000 people and free them from spending too much valuable time at the gym doing boring cardio exercise which isn’t working. After meeting her, there is no doubt she can do it.
Miss Gagnon is the real deal. She is refreshingly laid back and easy going but there is a fire and passion evident within her. It is apparent t she is ready to transform anyone who is prepared to see success with her BodyRipped Totality A2X workout routine.
You can find out more about BodyRipped and Kyla Gagon on her website at http://BodyRipped.net.
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