One of the absolute best ways to burn fat, build lean muscle, and get fit fast is to follow the CrossFit workout protocol. It’s a very unique and high-intensity form of exercise that incorporates many of the “best practices” from other fitness programs. Everything from bodyweight training to gymnastics to Olympic lifting is incorporated… with some sprinting and rowing thrown in for good measure.
Many people are intimidated by CrossFit when they first see it. It’s definitely not your average gym aerobics class or “Spinning” workout. It is, however, something almost anyone can do. The key is to start very slow, build your strength and conditioning a little bit at a time, and continue progressing on a steady basis until you reach your weight loss, fitness, and body goals.
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CrossFit: A Top Solution for Fast Fitness Results
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Want to burn fat, build lean muscle, look great, and get really fit fast? Then just follow these simple steps:
1. Eat only unprocessed, natural foods: meat, vegetables, raw fruit, nuts, seeds, and unrefined oils. Avoid nearly all refined foods and ingredients, especially processed sugars, “white” flours, and highly-refined fats/oils. Limit your intake of starches and choose the most healthy starchy “good carb” foods — beans/legumes, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, etc.
2. Eat just enough every day to support activity and exercise but not enough to increase body fat levels.
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How to Get Really Fit, Really Fast (In a Nutshell)
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