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Fact or Myth: The Fat Burning Zone?

Fact or Myth:  If you want to burn fat during your workout, you should keep your heart rate within a certain zone (The Fat Burning Zone)?  Just recently I heard a personal trainer said this to a client on the treadmill.  Like most things, if you hear it often enough you start to believe it […]

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High Intensity Sprints Best for Fat Loss?

When you’re pressed for time, cut your workouts short and experience greater fat loss.  Results from a study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise suggest that repeated maximal-intensity sprints yield greater fat loss than longer-duration, moderate-intensity running. The study The 20 study participants were split into two groups: sprinters and runners. Each group […]

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The New Fat-Burning Equation

I know that most of you are busy working to build your best body this year. I know this because I’ve gotten a lot of emails lately asking about some of the research in my new book, Dr. Del’s Rapid Fatloss Manual. So here are a few of the most important concepts to keep in […]

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Which is Better for Heart Health: Exercise Intensity or Volume?

According to a new study from the British Medical Journal, a daily power walk or jog offers more heart health benefits than a leisurely stroll, even if the stroll lasts longer. Subjects who engaged in more intense physical activity had a lower risk of developing metabolic syndrome (a group of risk factors that when occur […]

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Build Your Leanest Body Ever, This Year! Part I

Over the years, I’ve challenged my readers to look good naked, be the best you’ve ever been, train smarter to reach your body’s potential, among other things. This year, my challenge to you is to build your leanest body ever. This won’t be easy, but it is entirely within your reach. To be successful, however, […]

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