12 Laws of Fat Burning Training Rule 10

12 Laws of Fat Burning Training Rule 10Rule 10


Glycogen is the unused and stored form of carbohydrates in muscles. When glycogen stores begin to peak from eating plenty of carbs, the body upgrades its fat-storing ability. Conversely, as glycogen stores are depleted, fat-burning increases. One way to kick-start the fat-burning process is to go extremely low-carb on two consecutive days every couple of weeks. This ensures that you tap into your glycogen stores for fuel, which signals the body to burn more fat.

Do This: Limit your total carbs on two consecutive days every two weeks or so to less than 100 grams per day. This will require you to know how many grams of carbohydrates are in the foods you eat and have the discipline to be very strict on your intake. Your diligence will be rewarded with a noticeable difference in bodyfat. After two days, you can return to a more normal, though not excessive, carb intake.

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4 Comments for “12 Laws of Fat Burning Training Rule 10”

  1. Glad you are enjoying the articles!
    Very interesting concept MW … very true that exercise and living an active lifestyle can not be over emphasised.

    I would agree to a certain extent that eating a little bad food but maintaining a consistent exercise program will do far more better for you than focussing on only eating well and not exercising at all.

    Thank you both for you feedback

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  2. I have enjoyed these ariticles. I used to be a fanatic (30 years ago) when it came to exercise and using dietary supplements, etc, but I tended to focus on muscle growth through exercise rather than fat loss. Maybe I would have done better if used some of these tips. Now I just focus on maintaining healthy heart and a normal weight as I am so busy. To this end, I regularly think of one point from all my previous research and reading on healthy living as follows: “It is better to eat a bit of junk food and exercise rather than eating health food and not exercising”. I read this point in a book I bought in a Health Food store and at the time, the author (can’t remember his exact name but it was something Paolo Aeriola) was quite popular as I recall. For me, this basically sumarizes my approach to healthy living….keep moving and try to eat a reasonbly healthy diet. Thanks for the info and I look forward to the last two tips. MW.

  3. Didn’t know that! Thanks! Waiting to write down your last 2 tips :)

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