Prepare to sweat!

This is nothing new. There’s just no way around it, you have to exercise if you want optimal results in such short period. If timing is an issue, you might have to workout in the morning and wake up earlier than you would normally do, so you can still make it the work.

If you really want to see this work within the next seven days to two weeks and we’re not talking minor changes, we’re talking substantial. When you get up in the morning, drink a glass of water and continue to have water throughout your exercise. Avoid any kind of fruit juices, power drinks, or any kind of sport’s drink that’s going to add more belly fat.

The exercise have to be intense for about 30 minutes but 45 will be better. Technically speaking the more intense the exercise and the longer you make it happen, the greater the results! Numerous studies have show that exercising in the morning before breakfast absolutely does greatly enhance the amount of fat that you lose.

What type of exercise should I do?

For the next seven days to two weeks instead of the treadmill and elliptical for cardio. Choose a form of strength training. Primarily strength circuit training that use weights or bands. Rotate through different exercises over the course of 30 – 45 minutes in the morning at a high-intensity. If you can do that, come back and do the same exercise everyday. Make that commitment for the next seven to fourteen days. Remember our goal is to lose stomach fat as quickly as possible, this is how it’s done.

Over to you..

So those are the two things that we want to distress. Diet in particular, the time and type of exercise you should be doing. Some of you might not know what circuit training is or not familiar with weight lifting. The solution would be to go to your local gym, google it online or you can check out the circuit trainings posted on our site.

We can’t emphasize enough the importance of consistency and staying focused. Your workouts shouldn’t be two-hour affairs – each workout or visit to the gym needs to be fast-paced and intense. The results should be worth every drop of sweat.