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Trim 14

by Alisa Princy (2020-04-11)

So, what are these big Trim 14 Review four secrets? Let's start from the top. You need to stop following the workout routines that you'll find in most magazines and newspapers. They are designed for body builders and are a very out of date training method. If you are wasting your precious time training individual body parts with arm curls and leg extensions then unfortunately, you are never going to get that elusive flat stomach. Your workout should be comprised of exercises that work a number of muscles at once, like with squats and push ups. Just those two exercises work almost every muscle in your body and you haven't even touched a weight. The second big secret to your flat belly is to ensure that you are doing interval training as your preferred cardio training option instead of the old style aerobic training sessions. Interval training means that you have a really high bout of intensity followed by a rest period of nothing, or relatively nothing to allow your body to recover. You then rinse and repeat for the desired number of times. Interval training might consist of hill runs, or sprinting on a bike or even on a flat surface while aerobic training is traditionally known as going for a long run or bike ride or even power walk. The benefits of this type of training, apart from a flatter belly is that it takes less time than the usual run does so you are saving time and burning more fat at the same time. It sounds kind of funny that you can burn more fat in less time but when you crank up the intensity of a training session you are giving your metabolism a big rev up that only results in more calories burned after you finish training. A good quality interval training session only needs to last for up to 20 minutes. Compare that to a long 60 minute run and you're saving yourself plenty of wasted exercise time each week! My third secret for you is to avoid crunches like the plague. Crunches are not going to give you a flat belly, no matter how many of them that you do. Unfortunately, the only thing that crunches will give you is a bad back because of the pressure they place on your spine when you are constantly crunching up.