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5 Minute Belly Burner

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-06)

Talk to the instructor! 5 Minute Belly Burner Review Don't even try to do any exercises on your own before you talk to the instructor and tell them about your goal of losing fat, becoming more endurable, stronger and better looking. The instructor will then select the exercises for you, and this will be the first thing to write in your training journal. Then the trainer will show you how to do each exercise, will tell you how many sets and repetitions to do, how long to rest, and all other important things. It may turn out that you'll do the first exercises without any weights at all. You'll also decide on your schedule then. Not everybody can go to the gym more often than twice a week. Even once a week, however, is better than not at all. Start exercising. Start doing the exercises first without the weights or with minimum weights to get the grip of the movement. If you start with weights, it may be difficult to make the movements correctly, and this can lead to unnecessary injuries. Note in your journal the number of sets and repetitions you did for each exercise, and with what weight. You'll gradually increase the weight with time. Re-design your diet. Now, many people frown on the sound of the word 'diet'. Again, in many people's minds this word is associated with tasteless food, eating things they don't like, and often starving. Nothing like that! Once you start going to the gym, you'll have to provide your body with nutrients that will help your muscle get firmer and bigger. You will have to eat! And you will eat quality food, dumping low quality and junk food altogether. Again, ask you gym instructor, and they'll be more than happy to help you with it. keep a record. You already have your training journal where you note what exercises you do, how many sets and reps of each, and weights lifted. You should also write down your measurements, including first of all your weight and waist measurement. Observing weight may be a little tricky. You will lose fat, but at the same time you will build (or re-build) your muscles, and your weight may not change that much. The waist measurement will be the main indicator of your progress. Weigh yourself and measure your waist every other week and don't get frustrated at first if the change isn't too spectacular.