Tag Archives: fat-loss

Body Fat + Bike = You’re Gonna Hate Me

  • by Matt Jennings
  • November 19, 2020
  Here is my  #1 go to Conditioning Method that will turn up the dial (Way Up) on your fat incinerating furnace. WARNING: Consult Your Physician Before You Attempt This Bike Pedaling Madness Get on your stationary bike…(Assault…Aerodyne…Peloton will do) Warm-Up For 3-5 minutes…Go easy Now…unleash an all out effort sprint for 8 seconds Then […]Read More >>
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No Run ‘Cardio’

  • by Matt Jennings
  • April 25, 2018
Think ‘cardio’ is just running…elliptical…stationary bike…etc.? You have options. It’s just important to understand that any activity you do is cardio. In other words if your heart is still working and pumping blood… you’re doing cardio. Also, cardio in a workout setting, i.e. gym, is interchangeable with aerobic or endurance training. Keeping your heart rate […]Read More >>

Supplementing Fats With More Fats

  • by Matt Jennings
  • July 3, 2017
For years I have followed a fairly high fat, healthful and nutritious ketogenic diet. My body just thrives on high fat/mod protein/heavy vegetable/low starch eating. Thrive=my body stays lean all year long, I am relatively strong, I enjoy mental clarity (unless I have pizza and a couple 1942s), I recover easily from fairly tough training sessions […]Read More >>

FAT FOR FUEL…Really?

  • by Matt Jennings
  • June 21, 2017
In his recent book ‘FAT FOR FUEL’ Dr. Joseph Mercola discusses how both science and time have proven unequivocally that the low fat, high sugar (grain, starches…carbohydrate), highly processed foods…(basically what is described today as the Standard American Diet) has claimed the health of our population and set up a myriad of  metabolic disorders that […]Read More >>
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The Russian Kettlebell Swing

  • by Matt Jennings
  • June 19, 2017
How you execute every rep of the kettlebell swing matters. This is how we teach the swing at The Lift Gym. The Russian Kettlebell Swing should start on the floor with the kettlebell a foot in front of the athlete. Next the athlete grabs the horn with hips back, hamstrings a bit taut, spine rigid […]Read More >>