Someone asked me what I considered as the ‘best’ program to lose weight and get thin quickly and safely – it’s interval training.  I probably disappointed them by not giving them a ‘push-button solution’ but what I did tell them amounts to something of a miracle.  Thing is, you don’t hear much about it because no one can really make money off it because it’s so simple.  Here it is.

Simple and cheap.  It’s called HIIT – high-intensity interval training.  Eat (pretty much) whatever and however much you want, whenever you want.  You don’t need products or equipment or a trainer or gym fees.  Just do a 15-minute high-intensity workout (no, not as strenuous as P90X) at home 2-3x/week.

HIIT or interval training boosts your metabolism, builds muscle, burns calories.  But the REAL SECRET is it boosts your *natural* HGH levels through the roof!  Like 600-900%.  That’s what causes you to really get lean and does so much more for you – sleep better, more sex drive, skin clears up and firms up, etc, etc.

I’m in my 60’s and started doing this nearly a decade ago.  I’m in probably the best shape of my life – and it didn’t cost me an arm and a leg or turn me into a gym monkey to achieve it – just some commitment and persistence. Read more here (no product, just info):

I will add that if you want to increase the effects, maybe don’t eat ‘whenever you want’.  By that I mean, I have also found (by my own practice of it) that restricting your eating schedule to a window of maybe 12 or even 8 or fewer hours a day.  You choose.  It could be only eat between 6am and 6pm.  I choose noon and 8pm.  Outside of that window, no snacking – period.  What that does is shift your metabolism to burn the fuel (food) you consume more thoroughly so it doesn’t store as much of it.  That storage process would turn the food into fat, which is how it stores food for later.  It does other good things to your system as well but you can learn more elsewhere.  Just google ‘intermittent fasting’.  Good and simple.  Just takes a bit of willpower, but like most change, you get into the habit and before long it’s a piece of cake (sorry, couldn’t resist that dessert).  😉

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