Lift Weights Faster 2 with Jen Sinkler is Do you really, really want to lose body fat, but totally detest the things you’ve been told you “should” do?
Do you want to be able to see muscle in your arms, legs and abs, but feel like you’re just spinning your wheels with your efforts? Want to feel strong and capable, and excited to work out?
Specifically, do you avoid the “dreadmill” at all costs, and skip the joint aches and pains that often accompany traditional cardio workouts?
I’m Jen Sinkler. I’ve spent over a decade as a fitness editor, writer and personal trainer, and I’m passionate about providing information that will change your life in a way that doesn’t patronize or bore you (unfortunately, these often seem to be your options).
I want to tell you why so many people work their butts off, with nothing to show for it. I want to tell you why so many people just like you have been conditioned to hate training, and in particular, cardio.
I get it. I’ve been there. In fact, it’s only because I've been there that I know how to fix it. And you can. Because — here’s a shocker — you don’t have to put yourself through long, laborious workouts to get the physique you want.
So, why does everyone think you do? Why have you been conditioned to believe that traditional aerobic exercise is the best and only way to lose fat?
Here’s the scoop: Because of some research data that has been misinterpreted since the 1960s (maybe it was all the LSD?), we’ve been sold the idea that aerobic activities, such as swimming, biking and running, form the very essence of fitness. In mainstream media outlets, we are still told that traditional cardio equals fat loss and heart health; that it is the best and only way to burn off a donut.
Resistance training, on the other hand, has been positioned primarily as a bulk-building, bro-tastic activity that is a nice-but-not-necessary supplement to your fat-burning cardio routine....Read More Detail