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South Beach Diet Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-02-11)

When it comes to losing South Beach Diet weight, there are several trends that seem to prevail within the industry. First, people think that they have to starve themselves of essential nutrients and follow some kind of crazy and insane diet plan to perfection. This isn't effective and it also creates a hidden need within the psyche that makes it impossible to maintain. The next thing that people assume is that you need to hit the gym for hours a day. You've seen shows on TV that show people on a treadmill for hours and hours on end. Most people see this kind of technique and just give up before they even get started. Obviously, this isn't going to work for most people. The last technique, and one that I actually recommend, is to use boot camp style workouts that force your body to start burning fat and getting in shape rapidly. Not only will this technique help you to create a body like a superstar, but you can do it in 20 minutes or less each day. You see, the problem with long workouts is that most people pace themselves over the course of the workout. As a result, they never really build up a sweat or increase the intensity to a point where the workout would actually be beneficial. Going to the gym should not be easy, you should go to work hard and get out, not talk to your friends and take your time relaxing. This is one reason why I prefer working out in my own home; I can set the intensity level on my own. The second problem with duration is that it gives your body time to recover between sets. The key to getting in shape is not to allow your body to recover, but to force it to adapt to high intensity and frequent bursts of exercise. My principle of short and intense workouts uses this to perfection and forces your body to adapt. When you force your body to an exhaustive state, it quickly learns that it needs to boost its recovery capabilities. As a result, you will notice an increased metabolism and an increased strength over time.