If you want to hear about the Body-Fat Eliminator then get ready, because for such a name there isn’t as much to this exercise as you would think. All you need to do is find a good pair of walking or running shoes. Next, you need to good set of stairs or a set of bleachers.
Walking The Stairs: This is as straight forward and simple as I can get when talking about a highly effective exercise program. Walking up and down stairs can be very exerting over time. This is why it is important for you to do just that. Walk for time! Take 15 to 25 minutes out of your everyday schedule to walk up and down a set of stairs. By utilizing the importance of time you can cover about the same amount of work, even if you use different heights of stairs. The important thing is that you COMMIT to it and stay CONSISTENT.
Walking The Stairs And Adding A Weight: This is just a simple modification to the normal stair walks that I just mentioned that isn’t so simple to execute. To really spike your endurance and promote further fat-loss you have to add intensity to what you are already use to doing. By adding a weighted resistance to your stair walks you will speed up your heart rate quicker giving you bigger gains in your cardio. You can use a simple set of dumbells or kettlebells for your resistance, or if you don’t have access to weighted equipment then you can improvise. Fill up some gallon jugs of water, use washing detergent boxes with the handles, or grab an old suitcase. It may sound crazy, but the bottom line is that it doesn’t have to be fancy to be EFFECTIVE! Once again try to walk for a designated amount of time.
You will see the results from this program. By committing to this program you will make huge gains in endurance while watching the body-fat melt away.
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