Burning Fat and Boosting Metabolism Article Reveals Surprising Facts for Physically Active Adults

Get You Ripped's latest article takes on misconceptions about burning fat and boosting metabolism and sets the record straight with several useful facts for physically active adults.


As part of an ongoing effort to provide the best information on burning fat and boosting metabolism, the website “Get You Ripped” has published a new article entitled “Slow Cardio Doesn’t Work” which sheds light on the most important aspects of burning fat and boosting metabolism for physically active adults. Interested individuals can view the full article at http://www.getyouripped.com/?p=1432.


One of the most surprising pieces of information in the article is the fact that long cardio workouts are not as effective at burning fat and calories as much shorter and more intense workouts. The old notion that long, boring runs or other cardio workouts are the best is just plain wrong. High intensity workouts that elevate heart rate are much more effective at achieving weight loss and burning fat.


In discussing the article’s creation, the author said,


“If the goal is to burn fat and get lean, forget about long boring cardio workouts and stick with short, intense workouts. High intensity workouts boost metabolism and keep burning fat long after the workout is over. That’s why these workouts are so effective. It’s all about the after burn.”


The article discusses the most effective workouts for burning fat and boosting metabolism. This information contradicts common notions about weight loss and what it takes to get in shape. Also, on the website there are many more articles and posts with tips and pointers for effective workouts and diets.


For those who have busy schedules and lack time for exercise, this article takes away the time excuse. The recommended exercises in the article are short and impactful.


Physically active adults can find the most up-to-date version of the article at http://www.getyouripped.com/?p=1432. Customers who have specific questions about past, present, or future articles contact “Get You Ripped” via their website: http://www.getyouripped.com or send an email to info@getyouripped.com.


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