My wife is a college professor. It’s a frustrating job at times. There are committee meetings, staff meetings, meetings for what will be discussed at weekly faculty meetings, oh and ya know, she still has to teach her classes.
Time is a commodity easily wasted on a college campus. Hell, I remember spending far too much class time reading articles on AskMen, cruising MySpace, or checking the latest news on ESPN.
Ironically, nothing has changed.
My wife’s students try and pull the same shenanigans I (and she) tried on our professors in college.
“My printer broke” or “The computer lab went down, so my assignment will be late.”
“I got a virus, and the IT guys are trying to fix it, but it will be a few days. Can I get an extension?”
“I’m really sick today, and I don’t think I’ll be able to present in front of the class. And I don’t want to get anyone sick, either.“
If there is one thing you learn in college, it’s how to be super inefficient with time.
Hanging out with friends was more important than homework. Plus, you could always write that paper the night before it was due because it’s college—that’s what college is all about. Right?
It didn’t matter that I was inefficient with my time. I could make it up at night or use the weekend to crank out a project. Once I entered the professional (adult) world, I continued to argue that I lacked sufficient time.
Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
The number one reason people claim they can’t start working out is they believe they don’t have enough time.
It’s not that you don’t have “time.” You DO have time.
Your problem is that you’re not efficiently using the time you have.
Here’s the thing. You’ve been told by experts that to maximize results, you need to spend 30-60 minutes in the gym, 3-4 days a week.
But you’re busy. You have a demanding job, kids you need to run off to soccer practice, or maybe you have a side business you’re “hustling” to get off the ground.
I’m gonna let you in on a secret.
The experts that told you that you need to spend an hour in the gym are wrong. There is a workout strategy you can use to burn more calories in less time and turn your metabolism into an efficient fat burning machine.
Metabolic Resistance Training, or MRT for short, combines the best of cardio with the best of weight lifting. It’s an incredible style of training that electrifies your metabolism AND transforms your metabolic engine into Sonic the Fucking Hedgehog.
When you combine multi-joint movements like squats, push-ups, pull-ups, lunges, overhead presses, and deadlifts into the style of MRT, you’ll force your body to expend massive amounts of energy.
Since calories are the energy source for your body, this means that the more energy you use up, the more calories you burn. And thanks to the phenomenon known as EPOC, Metabolic Resistance Training keeps your metabolism sky high hours after you leave the gym.
The Special Sauce
EPOC is short for: excess post-exercise oxygen consumption.
It’s the amount of oxygen your body has to consume post-exercise to return to its normal state. Some trainers or experts call this “afterburn.”
Simply put, when you perform exercises that consume more oxygen, you burn more calories.
Because MRT keeps your body performing at a higher intensity, you’ll have a higher EPOC than someone who completed a heavy resistance training session with longer rest periods.
That’s because Metabolic Resistance Training places a greater demand on your anaerobic energy pathways due to the shorter rest periods, forcing your body to dive deep into fat and convert it to energy.
MRT is the most efficient way to increase your metabolic engine and keep fat burning hours after your workout.
But what makes MRT even more kickass, is that you can use it with bodyweight exercises, dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells, suspension trainers, and even resistance bands.
And that makes Metabolic Resistance Training the perfect weapon for staying fit on the road or when you’re crunched for time.
Metabolic Resistance Training in Action
Creating a Metabolic Resistance Training routine isn’t difficult.
Set a timer for 12 minutes and perform as many rounds as possible of the following exercises. Take little to no rest between each exercise and when the timer finishes, you’re done.
Bodyweight Squats – 10 reps
Glute Bridge – 10 reps
Push-Ups – 10 reps
Mountain Climbers – 10 reps per side
Burpees – 10 reps
Dedicated gym rats and bros typically hate bodyweight training. But a metabolic workout with only bodyweight exercises will challenge even the most seasoned pro.
Short on time but still want to lift weights?
Have you ever been stuck at a hotel where all they had in their fitness center were 20-pound dumbbells?
It’s situations like this that make Metabolic Resistance Training ideal. But here’s a tip for any time you use dumbbells, barbells, or kettlebells: use light(er) weights. With MRT, you don’t need to lift the heaviest weight. Even with only 10-20 pound dumbbells, you’ll send your energy system into a frenzy.
The upper body workout below will give you one hell of a pump and elevate your heart rate higher than an episode of The Walking Dead.
Set a timer for 8 minutes and perform as many rounds of possible of the following exercises. Again, you’ll take little to no rest between each exercise and when the timer finishes, you’re done.
Dumbbell Bench Press – 12 reps
Dumbbell Bent-Over Row – 12 reps
Dumbbell Shoulder Press – 12 reps
Or maybe you’d prefer a lower body fat-blasting, booty building bonanza?
Set a timer for 15 minutes and perform as many rounds of possible of the following exercises. Do I need to cover the “keep rest short” thing again?
Dumbbell Squats – 10 reps
Dumbbell Romanian Deadlifts – 10 reps
Dumbbell Lunges – 10 reps per side
Dumbbell Calf Raises – 10 reps per side
You don’t need to spend an hour in the gym to get results. And with the explosive metabolic power of MRT, you’ll burn more calories in half the time.
Freeing up more time that you can spend with family, working on your business, learning a new hobby, or, if you so desire, playing video games. For a gamer like me, there’s nothing more kickass than knowing that while I’m pwning noobs, my metabolism is still in overdrive.
Turn Your Metabolism Up to 11
Metabolic Resistance Training is one of the cornerstones I use to help my clients achieve their fitness goals.
And it’s the main ingredient in Rock n Roll Fat Loss.
Be honest, one of the most inefficient things you do in the gym is swipe through your playlist like it’s a musical version of Tinder. You waste more time searching for the “right” song than you do working out.
I do it all the time. In between sets, I’m on my phone swiping through Spotify, hoping that the perfect song for my next set comes on. Next thing I know, I’ve wasted 2-minutes of time looking for that “perfect” track.
My heart rate has decreased, I’m distracted, and I’ve tanked my metabolism. That reduction in intensity means fewer calories burned. Not to mention all the time I’ve wasted that could’ve been spent on things outside the gym.
And I know YOU do the same.
So, to gain back my time and to make my workouts more efficient I came up with the idea for Rock n Roll Fat Loss.
Here’s some of the stuff included in Rock n Roll Fat Loss
- 38 Metabolic Resistance Training Workouts
Designed to rev up your metabolism and shred fat without huge time commitments.
- 38 Unique and Custom Playlists
Featuring some of your favorite rock songs from the last 40 years, designed specifically to slowly increase your heart rate and focus while distracting your brain from fatigue.
- Workout Anywhere You Travel
Included are a dozen workouts that require zero equipment and are the perfect way to stay fit for the busy traveler.
- Customize Workouts Your Way
Each routine can be done alone, or you can stack multiple workouts together. Unlocking 1,000’s of incredible time-saving exercises that kickstart your heart and turbocharge your metabolism.
Why include custom designed playlists?
Simple: music, according to Dr. Karageorghis of Brunel University in London, is the only legal performance enhancing drug a person can use.
Researchers, like Dr. Karageorghis, have been experimenting with music and exercise for over 100 years. And a few of the things they’ve found is that music improves overall athletic performance, endurance, mood, and aids in boosting positive psychological states.
For you, that means with the right music surging in your veins you’re more likely to continue exercising.
Recent research has found that the music distracts your brain from pain. Which means, when you’re listening to your favorite tunes, your mind doesn’t recognize the strain from exercise. And this could be the reason you’re able to push yourself further and get those last few reps.
I used this hidden power within music to create custom playlists, specifically designed to rise in intensity as your heart rate increases. Filling your brain with the power to blunt fatigue and keep you pushing harder and longer, turning your metabolic furnace up to 11.
Save Time. Shred Fat. Rock Out.
No longer do you have to waste time looking for the perfect song. And to save you even more time, each custom playlist lasts anywhere from 6-22 minutes.
All you have to do is throw your headphones in, complete as much of the workout as you can while the music plays, and once the last song ends, you’re done.
With 38 comprehensive exercise routines, you’ll have the flexibility needed to stay active no matter your time constraints or the tools you have available.
All of this 30-60 minute bullshit is just that—bullshit. You can amp up your metabolism in less time AND thanks to the fierce power of EPOC, continue burning calories long after you leave the gym.
Do the following apply to you:
- You have limited time in the gym
- You want to lose fat while having fun
- You travel and only have access to hotel gyms
- You’re bored with your current workouts
- You want a change of pace
Then you should check out the insane fat-shredding power of Rock n Roll Fat Loss. You’ll shred fat like Eddie Van Halen shreds guitar solos.
Plus, when you head over NOW, I’m gonna give you 37% off the regular price. But that only lasts until the end of this week and then it goes back up.
Time IS on Your Side
There is one truth in life: time is the only non-renewable resource, you can’t get it back.
It’s time to take the power back and make your workouts more efficient. Maximize your results with the power of Metabolic Resistance Training and transform your body.
And with Rock n Roll Fat Loss, not only will you feel like a rockstar, but you’ll look like one too.