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Top Tips to reduce body fat and transform your body

1. Carbohydrates, protein, fat, and alcohol have 4, 4, 9, and 7 calories per gram respectively. 2. You need to burn about 3500 calories to lose 1 pound of fat. 3. Insulin and growth hormone have an inverse relationship. You must keep insulin under control if you want growth hormone to do its job of mobilizing fat. 4. You burn more calories during the 23 hours you don’t exercise than the 1 hour you do. 5. You don’t need to do cardio to lose weight. You only need a calorie deficit. But that  ...

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The Power of Consistency

The dreaded 3rd week in Jan, Monday was labeled as the most depressing days of the year and this week is classed as the week that most new year resolutions go out the window. If you started Jan on a good foot and feel that motivation to train or kick diet is dying off then my advice is think of the bigger picture. You may want to lose those unwanted Christmas pounds, get yourself into a new routine, get fit for summer or generally want to improve your health. Its all achievable but the best  ...

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Benefits of Kettlebell Training

1) Helps to build strong core: So how does kettlebell training significantly develop core muscles? It is all to do with how the weight is balanced and the functional movements that are conducted. Key KB exercises like Press, Swing, Snatch, Turkish Get Up and Windmill require significant core recruitment. 2) Aids Mobility: To have good mobility has lots of advantages, having good mobility keeps you feeling young and can help you reduce your chance of injury, which is vital for anyone who  ...

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Training With Steve Maxwell

BFT Chief Instructor with Kettlebell legend Steve Maxwell at Mobility Conditioning Seminar. Steve Maxwell is one of the most influential Fitness Professionals around today. Gavin Clarke is one of a very small number of people who Certified as a Kettlebell instructor in the UK under Steve Maxwell. Steve started the Russian Kettlebell Certification with Pavel in the 90’s and introduced key KB exercises which include windmills and Turkish Get ups. Steve Maxwell was the first American to earn a  ...

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