Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Big FAT Mistake 1 - Do Aerobics Everyday

I signed up for Alwyn Cosgrove's six day email eCourse that support the Afterburn Training program that he designed... I plan on sharing these with you this week as I receive them. This one made me laugh.

Welcome to the Free 6 Day Afterburn Training eCourse

Over the next 6 days I will be sending you an email everyday. The first 3 days of the course focuses on fat burning mistakes while the last 3 days of the course covers effective fat loss. Let's get started.

Big FAT Mistake 1 - Do Aerobics Everyday

Do you want to stay fat? I mean really fat? Did you know that the more aerobics you do, the more efficient your body will be at storing fat, especially if you're looking to gain some size on your thighs!  
Fat Gaining Recommendation: Go to the gym every single day and find a treadmill or Stairmaster where you can watch TV while you're working out. After all, you're going to be there for a while. Do at least an hour per day, seven days per week at a very steady state (you should be able to carry on a conversation easily the entire workout). 
Why it works to store fat: Your body will actually use fat as fuel during this workout (you should be in the "fat burning zone") which will create the perfect effect we want for the other 23 hours of the day - fat storing mode. Yes, your body will adapt to become efficient at storing fat. This workout will do nothing to increase your metabolism either. 
You'll burn off muscle, decreasing your lean muscle mass, and actually slow down your metabolism. Also, because you're using your lower body to perform this aerobic exercise, your body will adapt and will most likely store your new fat on your thighs. 
So get to the gym and start spending countless hours doing aerobics, burning off muscle, and turning your body into a fat storing machine! This is a perfect way to gain some body fat!
This is completely against most people's understanding of what they should do when trying to loose weight. But if you read the article from Alwyn Cosgrove that I posted yesterday, it soon begins to make sense. I am really excited to get the rest of the emails in this series.

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