In fact, a recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that your body stores even more fat once you hit age 25. And it adds up. If you’re a man you’re now packing on over five pounds a year. And if you’re a woman, every year your waistline is growing a little more than eight pounds.
Did you know that by the time you’re 30, you’re not only storing more fat… your body’s already starting to “break down”? As the needle on the scale creeps to the right, your bones, tendons and joints are getting weaker. And to add insult to injury, you’re actively losing lean muscle tissue. The muscle that used to make you look “toned” in all the right places and keep your metabolism running hot is now disappearing, as fat and cellulite take its place.
Did you know that all of this is preventable, and even reversible, at any age? That there are simple steps you can take to roll back your body’s fat-storing, muscle-wasting decline no matter how long it’s been creeping up on you?
That you can aim higher than just getting “back to normal”… and unleash hidden energy, strength, and flexibility you’ve never tapped into before, even at your “peak” (and look better than ever in the process)?
All you have to do is read this short article below, and you’ll discover the easiest way to transform your body and your energy for good – all in less than one hour a week.
This isn’t some diet company-sponsored puff-piece that ends up telling you to buy a bunch of shady supplements, or try the latest infomercial workout gimmick.
It doesn’t matter if you’re male or female, young, old or in-between. It doesn’t matter how strong or out-of-shape you are. The truth is, this works for anyone, at any level of fitness.
And wherever you’re at, it’s critical that you get this information now – whether you exercise everyday, or haven’t seen the inside of a gym or touched your toes in years.
My name is Tyler Bramlett, but people call me “the garage warrior” because I’ve spent the past 10 years literally scouring the globe, relentlessly researching the secret routines of the most respected fitness ‘gurus’ alive…
… and then putting them to the test here in my bare-bones garage “lab,” to turn them into simple steps anyone can follow without fancy equipment or experience.
As a trainer and coach, I’ve gone on to share this system in-person with over 500 people at my gym in Santa Cruz, California, and thousands more online.
And it always begins with these three key principles you must apply in order to stop your body’s “natural” weight-gain and muscle-loss, and start re-shaping your body so you can look and perform your best-ever.
But I should warn you upfront, what you’re about to see takes the “conventional wisdom” about fitness and fat-loss and turns it on its head.
So if you’re not ready to hear advice that goes beyond the usual cliches that sound like they should work in a just world – like, “Do more cardio!” or, “Just lift heavier weights and take fat-burner pills!” – then this article is not for you.
However, if you do continue reading, you’ll finally find out why most people who begin a workout program following traditional advice lose little or no weight, and end up feeling worse.
Just follow the three steps below, and you’ll discover the workout pitfalls that can easily hold you back and keep you stuck at square one. Trust me, you won’t find these in any “diet magazine” or fitness blog.
There’s a reason gyms are filled with TV’s – most people’s workouts last so long, the only way they can stand the boredom is staring at a television screen.
But the truth is, marathon 45-minute, 60-minute, even 90-minute workouts do more harm than good. In fact, not counting warm-up and cool-down there’s no reason you should ever work out longer than 20 minutes… max.
And it’s not only because these drawn-out routines are almost impossible to stick with, or make time for in your day.
If you exercise much longer than 20 minutes, the extra time not only isn’t giving you any extra results… it can actually make you fatter.
That’s because longer workouts put strain on your body, causing it to release cortisol, a “stress hormone” that blocks fat-loss at a cellular level.