Everyone’s doing it. Yes, everyone.
The company you work for does it. Your local grocery store optimizes for it. Car companies have been working on this issue for decades. And it’s the number one reason why most exercise regimens produce lackluster results.
Inefficiency prevents businesses—and you—from achieving their goals.
Efficiency is the art of achieving maximum results with the least amount of effort. If your goal is weight loss, you’re going to have to give it some effort. The most common reason you fail to achieve your goal is you’re trying to do too much at one time.
You try and get to the gym four or five days a week. You push yourself in the weight room and then you push yourself on the treadmill. And within a few weeks, you’re burned out.
So what do you do? How do you try and get past this funk? Well, you do the only thing you know how. You push yourself harder: cutting more calories and increasing your gym time.
Look, it’s not your fault. You’ve heard from experts that you need to exercise for 45-60 minutes three to four days a week. Be honest, ain’t nobody got time for that.
– A stressful job
– Papers due at school
– Evening soccer/basketball/football practice for the kids
– Impending doom from winter storms
– Holiday shopping
Everything listed above has one thing in common: time. The number one reason people give for not exercising is they feel they don’t have the time.
Time is Money
Remember the coins you kept in your piggy bank as a kid? Well, in the adult world, time is the currency you’re trying to save.
Here is where all those so-called exercise experts are wrong.
You don’t need 45-60 minutes of exercise to get fantastic results. You can get incredible results in half the time. And we all want more change (time) we can deposit in our adult piggy bank, right?
How you spend that extra time you save is up to you. But to get it, you need to make your workouts more efficient: you need to get more done in a shorter period of time. Enter, Metabolic Resistance Training.
Metabolic Resistance Training, or MRT for short, combines the benefits of cardio with the benefits of weight lifting. Yes, you read that correctly, you combine cardio and lifting; and no, it doesn’t mean you jog on the treadmill doing bicep curls.
Instead of spreading out five to six exercises during your workout, resting for anywhere from 1-3 minutes between sets. Metabolic Resistance Training smashes all of those exercises into one circuit. Between exercises, you take little to no rest at all. Only resting at the end of the circuit for no more than 60 seconds.
Look, I’m not saying that rest isn’t important, it is. But not every workout needs to last an hour, and shorter metabolic workouts provide a fascinating and powerful bonus that typical workouts can’t match.
Here’s what’s great about Metabolic Resistance Training: It forces your body to work harder both aerobically and anaerobically. By moving faster and limiting your rest between movements, that means your body has to expend a tremendous amount of energy.
And the more energy your body uses, the more calories you burn, and the higher your metabolism stays post-workout, thanks to the phenomenon known as EPOC.
Move weights faster—> burn more calories—> increase EPOC—-> goodbye body fat
So what is EPOC?
It’s short for, excess post-exercise oxygen consumption. Aka: the amount of oxygen your body consumes post-exercise to return to its normal state.
You’ve probably heard EPOC referred to as the post-workout afterburn (italics). And that’s what makes Metabolic Resistance Training the most efficient way to train when you’re in a time crunch.
Because MRT keeps your body performing at a higher intensity, you’ll have a higher EPOC than you would with a standard heavy resistance training session with long rest periods.
So while everyone else is finishing up their first sets or snapping selfies, you’ll be on your way out of the gym with more free time you can deposit in your piggy bank.
How Can I Use Metabolic Resistance Training
The principles of MRT are ideal for every style of training. Whether you prefer to train with bodyweight, dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells or even resistance bands, MRT works with them all.
Do you travel a lot for business or maybe you’re looking for a way to stay fit during the busy holiday travel season? Metabolic Resistance Training is your perfect weapon for staying fit while you travel, especially, if you stay at a hotel with limited equipment or have to use Grandpa’s rusty 10-pound dumbbells at Christmas.
Here’s how it works with bodyweight, for example:
Set a timer for 10 minutes and perform as many rounds of possible of the following exercises. Take little to no rest between exercises and when the timer finishes, you’re done.
- Bodyweight Squats – 10 reps
- Push-Ups – 10 reps
- Mountain Climbers – 10 reps per side
- Burpees – 10 reps
Imagine for a second, that you get to your Grandpa’s for Christmas, thinking the whole time about using his old set of dumbbells for a quick MRT workout.
Except in Grandpa’s dusty old shed, all you can find is one (italic) rusty 10-pound dumbbell. Great, now what’re you supposed to do?
No worries, my friend, even the saddest, most dilapidated, and solitary dumbbells can ignite your metabolism.
Here’s how you could build a workout with only one dumbbell:
Set a timer for 15 minutes and perform as many rounds of possible of the following exercises. Take little to no rest between exercises and when the timer finishes, you’re done.
- One Arm Dumbbell Snatch – 12 reps per side
- Goblet Squats – 12 reps
- Split Stance One Arm Row – 12 reps per side
- Single Leg Dumbbell Deadlifts – 12 reps per side
- One Arm Shoulder Press – 12 reps per side
Moving from one exercise to the other without rest cuts your workout in half, but increases your intensity and sends your metabolism through the roof.
Are You Ready to Rock?
MRT is considered the rock n roll of fat loss, and like Eddie Van Halen shredding guitar solos, your metabolism will erupt, and continue its furious burn, hours after you complete your workout.
Who doesn’t want to get better results in less time, while igniting an afterburn that lasts for hours?
Metabolic training is the most efficient way to burn calories and keep more time in your piggy bank. And it’s the main ingredient in Rock n Roll Fat Loss.
Rock n Roll Fat Loss is a revolutionary fat loss program that uses the transformative power of Metabolic Resistance Training and EPOC that delivers mind-blowing results in half the time.
But there’s something else included in Rock n Roll Fat Loss that makes it stand out from other programs.
Not only will you get 38 Metabolic Resistance Training workouts
designed to rev up your metabolism and save you time in the gym. But each workout comes with a custom designed playlist, featuring some of the best rock songs from the last 40 years. Designed specifically to slowly increase your heart rate and focus while distracting your brain from fatigue.
Distracting your brain from fatigue? How?
Music, according to research, can improve your athletic performance, endurance, and has the power to distract your brain from pain and fatigue.
Researchers believe this happens because the area of the brain that processes sound and pain are so close to one another that music overstimulates that area and turns off pain receptors.
Meaning that music helps you ignore pain and is the reason why with the right song in your ear, you’re able to push through those last few reps.
How’s it work?
Each custom playlist lasts anywhere from 6-22 minutes. All you have to do is complete as much of the workout as you can during the playlist, and once the last song ends, you’re done.
And with 38 different routines, you’ll have the choice to stack multiple workouts together. Creating 1,000’s of incredible time-saving workout routines that kickstart your heart and turbocharge your metabolism.
Time is valuable. It’s the only non-renewable resource you can’t get back. Get your time back by making your workouts more efficient.
Maximize your results with the power of Metabolic Resistance Training and transform your body. With Rock n Roll Fat Loss not only will you feel like a rockstar, but you’ll look like one too.