Here’s Why Your Cardio Workout Isn’t Helping You Lose Weight (Frustrating, Right?)

 

The Cardio Myth Smashed – Why Your Running Shoes May Be Packing On The Pounds

 

Independent clinical research across the globe now clearly demonstrates that cardiovascular exercise such as running has little to no effect on weight loss and, if overdone, can actually cause muscle loss and lead to heart attack.

 

Are you like most westerners and believe that when it comes time to shed some pounds, you need to strap on the old runners and hit the treadmill, exercise bike or the pavement?

 

Have you ever noticed that you sweat like a pig, gasp for breath and yet… and yet never quite get the results you want?

 

Unfortunately, common fitness beliefs in countries like the U.S., Canada, the UK, Australia and other nations say that busting your hump with hours of cardio is the best way to lose weight.

The truth, backed by thousands of studies as well as the experience of many seasoned personal trainers, says that this is in fact a myth.

 

On average, low-intensity and long-term cardio such as walking and jogging burns only about 5 calories per minute.

 

That means that even after an hour, only 300 calories have been burned.

 

A one-hour jog only burns 300 calories!  What a rip-off!

 

While this type of cardio is great for maintaining your weight and promoting cardiovascular health, it has little effect on fat loss simply because the exercise just doesn’t eliminate enough calories to cause your body to begin to burn fat.

On the other end of the spectrum, high-intensity running, for example, does burn more calories. However, you need recovery time between workouts, so the net effect is the same.

 

That’s not the end of the bad news, however.

 

Hard running also puts a tremendous strain on your joints and can build up scar tissue on your heart leading to potential heart attack. These medical dangers aside, hard cardio also tends to put your body into a catabolic state.

 

High impact cardio exercise puts a tremendous strain on your joints.

 

Catabolic is a term that refers to a state when the body, starved of nutrients, begins to feed on itself in order to acquire the energy it needs. Unfortunately, this means muscle tissue.

Hard running can deplete muscle mass while having little effect on fat loss. In fact, heavy runners have to load up on carbs in order to maintain their weight, which only adds to the dilemma.

In his breakthrough weight loss program, Fat Decimator, former marine and fitness expert Kyle Cooper exposes the cardio myth along with other damaging fitness beliefs that keep over 90% of people in western nations from being able to truly tackle and defeat their weight issues.

His program, designed along with Korean internal medicine and bio-chemistry expert, Doctor Sam Pak, exposes the lies of today’s fitness industry and combines ancient Asian wisdom with independently tested and proven scientific studies in a comprehensive and wildly successful weight loss program.

“Doctor Pak truly opened my eyes,” Former Gunnery Sergeant Kyle Cooper explains. “He showed me that the ways I’d been training my marines for over a decade were flawed and how some of the things I based my exercise and eating routines on were actually having the opposite effect.”

Doctor Pak explains, “The body has its own way of dealing with food, fat storage and the use of metabolism to burn unnecessary fat deposits.

 

Ironically, much of what western culture believes is healthy is, in fact, detrimental to the natural bio-chemical processes.

 

“Hard cardio, eliminating salt and carbs, and even eating certain fruits and vegetables thought to be healthy all combine to throw off your body’s metabolism and its ability to digest food and fight destructive acids. Kyle and I have put together something that’s based on ancient wisdom backed by sound science.”

Fat Decimator works in harmony with the body’s natural cycles.

 

It requires no starvation diets, no exhausting exercise, no gadgets, and no disgusting foods, and even allows you to eat many of the things you enjoy.

 

It’s a simple step-by-step formula that’s helped more than 50,000 people shed huge amounts of weight safely and in record time. Including one woman in her early 40’s whose weight and health nearly killed her.

In his free presentation, Kyle tells the story of Sharon – a mother who discovered that her weight had brought her to the brink of death from heart attack. Kyle was able to work with her, which allowed Sharon to lose over 40 pounds in a single month and completely turn her life around.

Fat Decimator has proven itself to be remarkable both in its simplicity and its effectiveness.

 

Average weight loss of over 3 pounds per week is not unheard of.

 

What Users Have to Say:

 

Janet O. of Lincoln, Nebraska, dropped 3 dress sizes by the end of the third week.

Steven K. of Seattle, WA, stayed on the Fat Decimator program for a few months and lost a whopping 68 pounds. He reversed his type 2 diabetes, dramatically reduced his joint pain and enjoys more energy, flexibility and happiness than he’s known since his 20’s.

 

Put Fat Decimator To The Test

 

Sharing Fat Decimator with the world has become what Kyle believes is a God-given mission. He explains his program and offers many tips in his free presentation, which you can watch below. 

Unlike so many fitness and weight loss magic bullets, Fat Decimator is not expensive and is backed by a 60-day 100% money back guarantee.

Don’t let another month go by wishing you could drop those pounds that you’re sick of.

And don’t spend any more time feeling self-conscious at the gym, or frustrated because the numbers on the scale just aren’t going in the right direction.

Learn the simple, proven and highly effective method that’s helped over 50,000 regular folks just like you shed dozens of pounds rapidly and safely. Enjoy the dramatic body transformation you’ve been dreaming about.

 

This video demonstrates how Fat Decimator works:

 

 

 

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