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10 MINUTE FAT BURNING HIIT WORKOUTS (BACKED BY SCIENCE)

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THE RESEARCH ON HIIT IS NOTHING SHORT OF AMAZING

Just 3, 5-10 minute HIIT workouts can provide remarkable benefits to your health, fat loss, physique and aerobic fitness / sporting performance!

  • STUDY AFTER STUDY SHOWS HIIT CAN HELP BOOST YOUR METABOLISM, BURN MORE FAT AND RETAIN MUSCLE OR EVEN INCREASE IT!
  • RESEARCH HAS PROVEN A 5 MINUTE HIIT SESSION IS AS, IF NOT MORE EFFECTIVE THAN 30 MINUTES OF CARDIO.
  • THIS DOWNLOAD INCLUDES A SCIENTIFIC BREAKDOWN OF HIIT ALONG WITH THE ULTIMATE WORKOUTS, INCLUDING: INTERVAL WORK TIME, REST TIME, AMOUNT OF SETS AND TECHNICAL TIPS.

Study 1: Far Superior Fat Loss Compared to Regular Training!

Study 2: Greater Metabolic Boost After the Workout (Known as the Afterburn)!

Research Has Proven Interval Training Can Provide The Following Benefits:

  • Fat Loss

  • Lean Mass / Muscle Retention

  • Increased Metabolism

  • Improved Nutrient Partitioning

  • Large Calorie Burn

  • Rapid Glycogen Depletion

  • Improvements in Mitochondria (our cells energy generator)

  • Improved Anerobic Fitness

  • Increased VO2 Max

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Just 3, 5-10 minute HIIT workouts can provide remarkable benefits to your health, fat loss, physique and aerobic fitness / sporting performance!

  • 9 UNIQUE RESEARCH PROVEN BENEFITS OF HIIT, HELPING YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND HOW IT WORKS AND HOW IT WILL BENEFIT YOUR HEALTH AND PHYSIQUE.
  • THE BEST WORKOUTS, TRIED & TESTED IN A LAB BASE SETTING AND WITH 100’S OF CLIENTS!
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About RUDY MAWER, MS, CISSN

Rudy is a world renowned Hollywood Celebrity Trainer with nearly a decade’s experience in physique transformation. He has successfully coached over 500 personal clients, including NBA Athletes, Gold Medalists, Pro Bikini Athletes and Bodybuilders and World Record Holders.

Along with this, he has a 1st class Masters and Bachelors in Exercise & Nutrition Science, is a certified CISSN Sports Nutritionist and active Human Performance Researcher. Within the industry, he is a highly respected as a researcher and coach, combining science and years of experience for rapid results.

Rudy also consults for the worlds leading fitness authorities and is a part time scientific editor for Bodybuilding.com, T-Nation, Authority Nutrition, Muscle & Strength, Kaged Muscle, IFBB Ben Pakulski, Mi40, Kris Gethin and many more…

You can now get the advanced techniques that Rudy has tried and tested on over 500 clients, along with nearly a decade of research in a condensed and done-for-you plan that has already helped thousands of people transform their physiques.

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  • Perry, C. G., Heigenhauser, G. J., Bonen, A., & Spriet, L. L. (2008). High-intensity aerobic interval training increases fat and carbohydrate metabolic capacities in human skeletal muscle. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 33(6), 1112-1123.

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  • Schuenke, M. D., Mikat, R. P., & McBride, J. M. (2002). Effect of an acute period of resistance exercise on excess post-exercise oxygen consumption: implications for body mass management. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 86(5), 411-417.

  • Paoli, A., Moro, T., Marcolin, G., Neri, M., Bianco, A., Palma, A., & Grimaldi, K. (2012). High-Intensity Interval Resistance Training (HIRT) influences resting energy expenditure and respiratory ratio in non-dieting individuals.Journal of translational medicine, 10(1), 1.

  • Lam, D. W., & LeRoith, D. (2012). The worldwide diabetes epidemic. Current Opinion in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Obesity, 19(2), 93-96.

  • Babraj, J. A., Vollaard, N. B., Keast, C., Guppy, F. M., Cottrell, G., & Timmons, J. A. (2009). Extremely short duration high intensity interval training substantially improves insulin action in young healthy males. BMC endocrine disorders, 9(1), 3.

  • Richards, J. C., Johnson, T. K., Kuzma, J. N., Lonac, M. C., Schweder, M. M., Voyles, W. F., & Bell, C. (2010). Short‐term sprint interval training increases insulin sensitivity in healthy adults but does not affect the thermogenic response to β‐adrenergic stimulation. The Journal of physiology, 588(15), 2961-2972.

  • Gibala, M. J., & Little, J. P. (2010). Just HIT it! A time‐efficient exercise strategy to improve muscle insulin sensitivity. The Journal of physiology,588(18), 3341-3342.

  • Burgomaster, K. A., Hughes, S. C., Heigenhauser, G. J., Bradwell, S. N., & Gibala, M. J. (2005). Six sessions of sprint interval training increases muscle oxidative potential and cycle endurance capacity in humans. Journal of applied physiology, 98(6), 1985-1990.

  • Gist, N. H., Fedewa, M. V., Dishman, R. K., & Cureton, K. J. (2014). Sprint interval training effects on aerobic capacity: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports medicine, 44(2), 269-279.

  • Gibala, M. J., & McGee, S. L. (2008). Metabolic adaptations to short-term high-intensity interval training: a little pain for a lot of gain?. Exercise and sport sciences reviews, 36(2), 58-63

  • Hazell, T. J., Islam, H., Townsend, L. K., Schmale, M. S., & Copeland, J. L. (2016). Effects of exercise intensity on plasma concentrations of appetite-regulating hormones: Potential mechanisms. Appetite, 98, 80-88.

  • Metcalfe, R. S., Koumanov, F., Ruffino, J. S., Stokes, K. A., Holman, G. D., Thompson, D., & Vollaard, N. B. J. (2015). Physiological and molecular responses to an acute bout of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training (REHIT). European journal of applied physiology, 115(11), 2321-2334.

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