thoughts on out-training a bad diet

This is an interesting question.

GENERALLY speaking, I would say NO – you can NOT “out-train” a bad diet.

But there ARE some exceptions.

If you are prepared to work out a LOT, I think it IS actually possible.

For example, as you probably know, in a “former life”, I played offensive line – in high school, college, and a couple of years in the pros.

During a typical day of training camp, we would practice for a couple of hours in the morning, condition for about half an hour right after that, lift weights for about an hour in the early afternoon, and then go back and practice again for a couple more hours in the early evening.

We did this every day. For three weeks straight.

Back in those days I could literally eat anything I wanted to – as much food as I could possibly consume – and I would and up losing about 10 pounds in that three week period.

So this is an example of how one COULD, in theory, out-train a bad diet

Now let me be clear. I am not saying that you should go out and train for five or six hours per day. But I AM saying that maybe an approach like my good friend Kate Vidulich suggests with her latest 1000 calorie accelerator program might work for you.

She actually works you up to workouts that burn 1000 calories. Which is pretty awesome. Three of those each week and you’re almost burning an extra pound of fat (there are 3500 calories in a pound).

I got a sample workout from her new program for you today.  Try it, and let me know how it goes.  And hopefully I’ve at LEAST got you thinking about working out a little more to burn some extra calories this week

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1000 Calorie Workout
by Kate Vidulich, author, 1000 Calorie Accelerators

This workout burns the equivalent of…

– 2 large slices of pizza

– 13 Girl Scout cookies

– 3 bowls of cereal

It’s straight out of the 1,000 Calorie Accelerators intermediate program, and you can try it today.

No kidding, you will burn calories just looking at it.

And if you like it, be sure to check out the full 1000 Calorie Accelerators program here:

=> 1,000 Calorie Fat Loss Accelerator Workouts

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Dynamic Warm Up

– No rest between exercises
– 30 seconds rest at the end of the circuit
– Repeat for 2 rounds

1A) Squat with T-Squeeze x 30s

1B) Glute Bridge x 30s

1C) Mountain Climbers x 30s

1D) Stick Ups x 30s

1E) Jumping Jacks x 30s

Take a 60 second break and then move on to FLA.

FLA: Fat Loss Accelerator

– 30 seconds per exercise
– Rest 15 seconds between exercises
– Repeat for 3 rounds

2A) Cross Body Mountain Climbers

2B) Reverse Lunge with Bicep Curl

2C) Walkouts

2D) Jumping Jacks

Take a 60 second break and then move on to MRT.

MRT: Metabolic Resistance Training

– No rest between exercises
– 45 seconds rest at the end of the circuit
– Repeat for 3 rounds

3A) DB Romanian Deadlift x 8

3B) T-Push Up x 12

3C) Offset DB Step Up x 15

Take a 60 second break and then move on to MDT.

MDT: Metabolic Density Training

– 20 seconds per exercise with 10 second rest = 1 round
– Do all rounds of the exercise before moving to the next
– Do not rest between exercises

4A) Inverted Rows – 4 rounds of 20-10

4B) Total Body Extension – 8 rounds of 20-10

4C) Push Ups – 4 rounds of 20-10

4D) Jump Rope – 8 rounds of 20-10

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This is some serious work – there’s no doubt about it!

BUT – training sessions like this on a regular basis can be a way to kick your calorie burning and fat loss into overdrive – with less need to change your diet than you might think.

Keep training hard -

– Kate Vidulich
creator, 1000 Calorie Accelerators

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