Best Workout for Weight Loss (Diet & Fitness Guru)

May 6, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

If your training sessions aren’t raising your metabolic rate, you won’t lose nearly as much fat. Learn more!

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11 Responses to “Best Workout for Weight Loss (Diet & Fitness Guru)”
  1. jaiveera143 says:


  2. 6811286t says:

    so unnatural… lol..

  3. himaureen says:

    Intro is too long….15 seconds?! Make it 5 seconds.

  4. devilcat616 says:

    @biggirlzneedlove2 To sound “legit” and honest. Cheap trick! ;P

  5. biggirlzneedlove2 says:

    why do he move his hands so much when he talk lol?

  6. TheRulezzzzzz says:

    Yeah, I heard that 3 minutes it’s time for your muscles to completely recover. So, if you wait 3 min. or more between reps, this will not makes you stronger. If you do each rep. and rest less than a minute bewtween reps, that tires you out. 1-2 min. between reps is the best time. On one hand you’re not overwhelmed, on the other hand, your muscles are not completely rested.

  7. LunacyPunk says:

    He is actually right, but not so much cardio…. weight training is actually very effective.
    My friend who looks as though he weighs only 250 (he used to be 300 only a couple of months ago), and he’s actually only 290. He feels great and looks good.

  8. AmusingYeti says:

    This man needs to catch up with the latest sport science.

  9. karlinhavideomaker says:

    wrong blog link

  10. karlinhavideomaker says:

    Imovie music

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