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Weight Loss, Bodybuilding, and Exercise Tips - Keeping Your Body-fat Low; Part 1 of 10


Ever go to a party and wish you were the guy/girl that was considered the life of the party? They just seem to work every part of the room effortlessly. One minute you see them by the coffee table, then seconds later they are talking to someone by the refrigerator.

My name is Greg Ryan. I am a fitness expert, professional bodybuilder, personal, trainer to movie stars, former employee of Kathy Smith and over 50,000 hours of paid personal training sessions under my belt. For the last twenty years I have been able to continually make progress, stay consistent and have some fun in my quest to be in better shape. One very important techniques I learned is how to "work the room" or in other words make quality use of every second in the gym. I have been able to keep my body fat low for years because I am efficient, not because I work any harder, I just work smarter than any other. Here is what I mean:

Keeping your body fat technique #1: Work the room (gym)

Before each workout go through in your head the order of your exercises, intensity levels, and contingency plans. This cuts time down and the effort out of the workout. About ten minutes to be exact. Contingency plans are what exercise you will do if someone is using the piece of equipment you want to use. (DO NOT STOP AND WAIT FOR A PIECE OF EQUIPMENT)

Once you get going, start at one side of gym. Right before you finish your last set of that exercise look for the next piece of equipment you want to use, making sure it lines up with the body part needing to work next and it is close by. You will waste a lot of time, more than you know, by going all the way across the gym every time you change exercises. This cuts another ten minutes from the workout, and keeps the heart rate and intensity levels high. Water breaks should be scheduled after two exercises.

You may think this is way over board but it is not. This one technique has not only keep me going to twenty years. It also has kept my body fat low and consistent for years. Work the room or the gym will work you. Working out can be fun, productive and energizing if you are smart about it!

Greg Ryan is a high profile fitness expert and former employee of Kathy Smiths. Best selling author of the Changing from the INSIDE book series. Discover the common sense way to lose weight with out dieting. A proven formula the doctor's DON'T want you to know about. For FREE MINI COURES click here http://www.resolutions.bz


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