Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Intermittent Fasting and Scientific 7 Minutes Workout

I am on diet now. I am using Intermittent Fasting methode. For excercise, I am using Scientific 7 Minutes Workout. I want to be healthier, not to be sexy. Anyway, I will not upload myself with tight dress to show my figure. But if I can have better body, I think that's a bonus for me.

To explain Intermittent Fasting (IF) we can read from this link http://ericweinbrenner.com/articles/physique-files/nutrition/a-complete-guide-to-intermittent-fasting/

Basics—Different Protocols/Why It’s Popular 

There are a number of different approaches to applying IF—some involve 24+ hour fasts a few times per week while others suggest simply fasting for 14-16 hours per day (essentially skipping breakfast). 

The Warrior Diet, which is one of the more popular protocols, requires fasting all day and eating one, large meal at night. 

Why are people even doing this? 

Fasting has been scientifically proven to have a number of health benefits—some that will benefit anyone trying to build a better physique. Fasting has been proven to increase production of growth hormone, decrease inflammation in the body and improve insulin sensitivity (your bodies ability to produce insulin and effectively process carbohydrates). 

I do the excercise with empty stomach. To increase human growth. If I can look younger, that makes me happier... sure, thanks to Allah for that.

From http://coolmaterial.com/roundup/the-scientific-7-minute-workout/

The hour we usually spend at the gym is not that efficient. Sure we lift some weights and get in some cardio, but we also watch whatever is on TV, scroll around on our iPhones, and generally don’t push ourselves all that hard. Not only is this Scientific 7-Minute Workout quicker, you don’t need anything besides a chair and a wall to do it. Originally published in the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health&Fitness Journal, the workout is tough, but it’s also over in less time than it takes to even get to the gym in the first place. Each move should be done at a high intensity for 30 seconds with a 10 second break in between. 



There are many videos on youtube explain about this excercise...

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