Thursday, August 19, 2010

RE: Faster fat burning/muscle-shaping with HDT Workouts

I got this email today from Jon Benson.

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All this past week I've been telling you about this:

http://7mm.rxsportz.com  <---new.page

This is all about how shorter workouts (7-14 minutes) are better for fatloss AND muscle gain than longer workouts.

Naturally this freaks a lot of people out.

When they see me they assume I train for hours a day.

Wrong. I work out about 3 hours a week total in the gym when I'm not preparing for a photoshoot. When I am I increase the cardio... that's it.

However, I spend HALF the year training about 1.5 hours a week in the gym using my 7 Minute Muscle workouts.

I like training longer, so I mix it up... but the results I get from 7 Minute Muscle are equal OR better than longer workouts so this next year I plan to train using 'nothing' but 7MM.

More here:

http://7mm.rxsportz.com  <---new.page

I've been getting swamped with questions about one thing in particular:

    WHY are shorter workouts better for fatloss?

The secret behind this is a trademarked term (by me... : )

     HDT     
     "Hyper-Density Training"

HDT is the most unique form of density training there is.

Density training is basically more work in less time.

This creates the demand for more energy.

More energy spent = greater fatloss.

More energy demanded = more lean muscle.

     All of this in 7-14 minutes per day.

     3-5 days per week.

I made a new website about HDT to explain it.

Go here now...

this comes down in a few days:

http://7mm.rxsportz.com  <---about HDT

P.S.  HDT works for everyone, even those who workout in their home without weights.

Just by going to the new page you'll learn how to use the principles behind HDT (freee) to help you with your workouts...

... and you can also get the "last-call" for my System that covers HDT and brevity training in detail...

... for a massive discount...

... here:

http://7mm.rxsportz.com  <---about HDT

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