Book: Fat-Burning Strategies for Regular Guys - 3 Steps to Sensible Fitness by Mark Isaacscategories: Book, Diet, Weight Training, Exercise, Weight Loss, Aerobics, Interval Training, Recreation, Sport Psychology, Fitness
Mark Isaacsabout this book: The e-book is primarily about an exercise plan that burns up to nine times more fat than more traditional approaches. It melds weight training and aerobics in an alternating fashion within one continuous workout. In addition, readers learn more about effective diet, sleep, and training psychology.
I was inspired to write it after looking back at my own "training life" (over 40 years of reading many books on fitness and diet and trying many approaches) and distilling what had worked and what hadn't. I relied heavily on the books I had read and quoted many of them, along with examples from my own experience. I wanted to chronicle what seemed to be the most effective strategies for me, and hopefully for many others. The others being my target audience of "boomer" age men who are looking to get as lean and muscular as reasonably possible.
The hardest part was getting started as I wondered if I had anything new to say or anything that would be all that helpful.
I would want my readers to know that the goal of sensible fitness and a lean, muscular look is achievable and that this approach is not based on a "carrot and stick" methodology, but on the principles of "structural tension" which can be used to create anything.
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