YOUR specific metabolism type controls your exercising/dieting results. Lots of people actually gain weight especially when body fat is converted to denser muscle mass. This is obviously totally frustrating and sadly some of these good folk give up.
Have you ever taken the time to evaluate how YOUR specific metabolism operates the best?
And whether your exercise (and eating) regimen is ideally suited for YOUR metabolic type?
WARNING: If not, that’s a HUGE mistake that could be forcing you to put on weight, aging you faster and robbing you of the opportunity to operate at your peak fat burning potential. Here’s why:
1) Everyone’s metabolism is unique. That’s why your best friend may lose weight with one exercise strategy, but it fails to move the scale for YOU. In fact, a recent study showed up to a 20% difference in how a person’s metabolism responds to the same diet and exercise.
2) Your metabolism changes over time. What you did when you were 20 to stay in shape isn’t appropriate when you’re 35+. How your body responds to exercise is different. Studies show after you turn 20, your daily calorie burn DECREASES by 150 calories per decade!!!
3) Your metabolism adapts. When you start exercising and dieting, your metabolism may initially comply and burn fat, but then it fights back! It can actually SLOW up to 25% via decreased thyroid and leptin output (top two fat burning hormones) and less regular daily activity.
Those fortunate enough to work one-on-one with a metabolic expert are able to avoid these challenges by getting a customized plan with the best fat burning exercises (and foods) for their metabolic type.
But not everyone has the time and money for that!
Fortunately, in just 33 seconds, now with these 11 simple questions (each takes just 3 seconds to answer), you can discover YOUR specific metabolic type and the best exercises (and foods) to reach your maximum fat burning potential: http://kevin-johnston.com/MetabolicType
It’s 100% free (for now) and I strongly encourage you to take 33 seconds to give it a try.
P.S. Did you know there are actually 3 distinct types of metabolism? And each one requires a totally different approach to reach maximum fat burning potential? The answer is NOT going ultra-low-carb on the diet and super-high-intensity on the workouts for everyone.
Don’t make the same mistake most people make with a one-size-fits-all approach that inevitably backfires. Pinpoint YOUR specific metabolism and THE best fat burning exercises (and foods) with this…http://kevin-johnston.com/MetabolicType