Cardio Crush is a supercharged, 10 minute, fat-burning cardio and abs workout that employs an effective combination of cardio exercise, core strengthening and plyometric moves to burn mega calories, build muscle, boost endurance and ignite weight loss potential. Activate your core and melt away extra pounds with Expert 30 Day Fat Burn Trainers, Astrid McGuire and Danielle Pascente as they inspire and motivate you with step-by-step instruction on each targeted, result-driven move to ensure correct form and help you get the most out of each exercise. Challenge all of the muscles of the abdominals and kick start the heart rate as you work the entire body to build stamina and increase energy levels. Start down the road to sexy 6-pack abs as you develop a strong core and tone the obliques, arms, legs, chest, butt, thighs, shoulders, and back in this intense full-body workout and second installment of the all-new 30 Day Fat Burn Fitness Program, only on
Dynamic Strength Training Workout by BeFiT is a powerful, 10-minute kettlebell-inspired workout that uses an effective blend of total body-toning cardio exercise, core strengthening and plyometric moves to burn fat, build muscle, activate the abdominals, increase stamina and maximize weight loss potential. Challenge your core and sculpt a strong and defined midsection with Expert 30 Day Fat Burn Trainer, Danielle Pascente as she motivates you with step-by-step instruction on each result-driven move to ensure correct form and help you get the most out of each exercise. Engage all of the major muscle groups of the body as you firm and tone the arms, legs, abs, chest, shoulders, back, thighs, butt and obliques for a full body transformation. You’ll go through 14 different moves for 30 seconds each using a 5 to 10 pound kettlebell or dumbbell in this intense body-shaping workout.
The Zone diet was originally designed and popularized by Dr. Barry Sears in the mid 1990s. Your daily caloric intake will be around 1,200 if you're a woman, or 1,500 if you're a man. The real defining factor of the diet is the macronutrient ratio though. The 40-30-30 figure refers to the percentage of each macronutrient you should eat. Each meal should contain around 40 percent carbohydrate, 30 percent protein and 30 percent fat.