Running to Lose Weight: High Intensity Principle

The High Intensity Principle will dramatically change the way you approach your workouts when running to lose weight

The High Intensity Principle will dramatically change the way you approach your workouts when running to lose weight — especially if your goal is to burn off as much fat as you can in as little time possible.

You see, if you can run for just 16 minutes a day and 3 times a week (and you don’t even have to run during the entire workout) then you too can lean down and get the trim, beach-ready body that you want in just a few weeks.

The secret to losing weight by running is running with intensity and combining running with exercises to strengthen muscles throughout the body. This is exercising holistically.

This is perfect for you if you:

  • Are trying to lean down and get back in shape by running, but just have no idea where to begin.
  • Looked in the mirror one day and got disgusted with the person that you saw staring back at you.
  • Are embarrassed of how you look in the mirror, but can’t find the right advice that doesn’t involve extreme workouts for people training for a marathon.
  • Want to drop some pounds so you can function better at your job and have more energy through the day.
  • Are desperate to lose weight but don’t want to waste your time with a program that doesn’t do a single thing to burn the fat around your belly.
  • Want to look better and get those six-pack abs that you’ve always wanted for years.

Why Do So Many People Fail When Trying To Run And Lose Weight?

Chances are, you know somebody who goes for a job and/or a run almost everyday, but somehow still stay flabby and overweight for some reason.

Their failure to lose weight despite regular exercise is most likely because of one (or more) of these reasons:

  • They’re not used to running long distances without feeling the pain in their legs and running out of breath, so they end up walking most of the time.
  • They don’t have the luxury of running for long periods of time due to being very busy and having to walk a tight rope between work and home life.
  • They’re not following an efficient running workout that maximizes their results in least amount of time.
  • They get demotivated and stop running as soon as their results start to plateau even though they were dedicated to running everyday when they first started.

Thankfully, you can avoid these common pitfalls and be one of the many people who have gone on a successful running to lose weight training program and got the body of their dreams.

Exercises that strengthen the muscles and that accompany short but intense runs are the usual ones. This is the secret.


About Sergio Suárez Benítez (400 Articles)
Periodista, curioso empedernido, interesado con intereses que alimentan el espíritu y un enamorado de las Islas Canarias, mi hogar y el lugar de mis mejores sueños.

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