3 Steps to Abs After 40

Shin Ohtake
Shin Ohtake

Creator of Max Workouts

Basal Metabolic Rate
Basal Metabolic Rate
Basal Metabolic Rate

Step 3:

Burn More Calories at Rest (When You’re Just Sitting Around)

There’s an additional benefit of higher intensity interval training beyond increased hormone secretion - your base metabolic rate increases and you burn more calories at rest.

The right exercise sequence and intensity can trigger increased calorie burn for up to 48 hours after your workout.

Again, you need the right combination of exercises in short succession to achieve this (I’ll show you these in the video below).

It’s called EPOC or Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption.

And it’s basically this:

Your body is furnace that burns calories. Calories that aren’t burned by your metabolic furnace are stored as fat cells (over 40, they are much more likely to be stored as fat because of growth hormone decline).

The longer your metabolic furnace burns, the more calories and fat stored as calories you burn.

EPOC keeps your metabolic furnace burning longer. But the best part isn’t that you can burn calories without working out at all for up to 48 hours after you exercise. The best part is how long it takes to trigger EPOC.

It only takes 15 minutes to trigger EPOC and increase the hormone levels responsible for the fat covering your core.

Let me show you how.

Follow the link below and watch the video, I’ll explain the type of workouts you can follow to put all 3 of these steps into action.

Men >> Click Here and I’ll Show You How. →

Women >> Click Here and I’ll Show You How. →

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