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Want to get toned, strong and Healthy? Use your Brain to train your muscles better!

September 29, 2009
Achieving Maximum Results with your brain and muscles

Michael Gonzalez-Wallace at the photo shoot for "Super Body, Super Brain"

Want to lose few pounds? Do you want to increase muscle definition? Do you want to train like an athlete without being one?

All of these are questions that puzzle everyone as long as you interested in your health and extending your quality of life.  You see tons of magazines, websites and nutritional products launching marketing campaigns trying to scare the consumer. But you are smarter than that. We are living a new ERA of a NEW you.

However, don’t worry, things are looking really good for you.

Do you want to look better? Achieve incredible results? You don’t need to buy expensive equipment, you don’t need to join a gym or even hire a trainer you just need to be consistent with specific and unique exercises that i will share with you in my Upcoming Book “Super Body, Super Brain”

Here it is a teaser of one of the circuits…be ready to sweat it out!

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Traditionally speaking people always thought of lifting heavy weights as the only way of getting toned, reducing body fat or becoming more fit. Please think again. Our fascinating Muscular System it is pure powerhouse of perfection:Now we need to know how it works: you can get toned and strong with light weights as well!

What is the Muscular System? How does it work? main functions are:

-Produce Movement

-Maintain Posture

– Support soft tissue

-Maintain Body Temperature

-Support the Immune system to fight Infection

Generally speaking there are two types of muscle fibers: Slow Twitch and fast Twitch

It is generally believed that muscle fiber types can be classified into two main types: slow twitch (Type I) muscle fibers and fast twitch (Type II) muscle fibers. Fast twitch fibers can be further categorized into Type IIa and Type IIb fibers.

Human muscles contain a genetically determined mixture of both slow and fast fiber types. On average, we have about 50 percent slow twitch and 50 percent fast twitch fibers in most of the muscles used for movement.

To make it easier to read we have fibers that we use for ENDURANCE and muscle fibers that we use for muscle VOLUME. This is a really simple classification that will help us understand how with light weight we can get toned and ripped.

If we use the principles of circuit training (defined as a multistation with different exercises with little or nor rest). This form of training has been defined as the most effective way of reducing body fat while increasing muscle mass at the time of being a real calorie burning workout!….

Wanto to see an example of circuit training that will be featured in “Super Body, Super Brain”?

Just have 10 minutes and want to do this Workout? I was featured in Oprah Magazine as “The World’s Fastest Workout”

Stay tuned for more tips or ask me anything you will like me to talk about in the next topic

Michael Gonzalez-Wallace

Author “SUPER BODY, SUPER BRAIN” New Upcoming book: Release date: April 27th

www.superbodysuperbrain.com

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 29, 2009 3:43 pm

    This is a very informative article and very catching because of this novel concept. Whatever workout you may want to try, you always have your mind power to boost you. Without proper discipline and a focused mindset, you may not achieve optimum results in your program. It’s important that every part of your body is in sync with what you want to achieve.

  2. October 2, 2009 9:41 pm

    I totally agree with you comment, thanks for posting!

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