09 Jul Metabolic Resistance Training
At Evolution Fitness, we utilize a training regimen that is known as Metabolic Resistance Training. At its most basic form, metabolic resistance training is one of the primary and most intense strategies to burn fat, get toned and improve overall physical health, all at the same time. While that may seem daunting to some, this training program is one of the most effective in the world due primarily to how rigorous the workout is. Current or prospective members of Evolution Fitness Boca will find that this training takes place through a myriad of refreshing outdoor workouts.
…primary components of metabolic resistance is its high intensity, an intensity that is designed to make you breathless.
Metabolism is basically the rate at which your calories burn while in a resting state. This training will help to expedite that process. Before participating in these workouts, it’s important to know what they consist of. One of the primary components of metabolic resistance is its high intensity, an intensity that is designed to make you breathless. In actual terms, it’s known as anaerobic exercise. The way this is induced is through lifting very heavy weights in accordance with your body definition, combined with very little rest in between sets. Some of the typical outdoor workouts involved with metabolic resistance are supersets and circuits.
…it lifts your metabolism to high levels… improving your ability to gain more muscle… burns a ton of calories, more than you might imagine…
While this type of training is highly intensive, the benefits associated with it are more than worth it. For one, it lifts your metabolism to high levels, as well as greatly improving your ability to gain more muscle. One of the primary benefits is that it burns a ton of calories, more than you might imagine. For a typical weight of 180-190 pounds, a mere 30 minutes of metabolic training can burn anywhere from 500 to 700 calories, which is strikingly high. If you’ve always wanted a quicker way to burn fat and build muscle at the same time, then metabolic training is the way to go. This training is not for the faint of heart, of course, but is perfect for anyone that is looking to take their workout regimen to the next step.