When using the WLC System, cardio for fat loss will consist of medium intensity cardio for at least 30 minutes EACH session.
You need to find your personal target heart rate zones for burning the maximum amount of body fat.
All you need to do is measure your resting heart rate.
Find your pulse and use the second hand on a watch to count the number of beats in 1 minute.
The best time to get your resting heart rate is after you've been sitting down for a while… first thing in the morning as soon as you wake up is a good time to measure your resting heart rate.
Another good time is right before you go to bed after you've been relaxing for a little while.
Once You Know Resting Heart, You're Ready to Calculate
Once you know your resting heart rate and decide to start one of our fat burning programs…
You simply need to open your log book and find the worksheet named “Cardio Calculator.” Simply enter your age and resting heart rate into the yellow highlighted cells.
Your personal fat burning zones for cardio will be calculated for you.
Whenever you perform cardio, ensure your heart rate stays within your personal fat burning zones.
Medium intensity cardio will make you sweat… so get ready to sweat.
I don't want you to think that you're just going to get on some machine and ease your way through a cardio workout. You should be sweating your a-s-s off during these cardio workouts.
Fat Burning Cardio Workouts Shouldn't Be Easy
If they are too easy for you, you need to up the intensity. You should be trying to get better with every workout. Work hard and the results will come.
With our fat burning programs… we guarantee you burn at least a few cupfuls of body fat each week. You'll see the fat rolls around your waist disappear each week.
Those fat rolls will get smaller and smaller.
Your abs will begin to appear. We can't wait for you to see them…
You need to start using the WLC System as soon as possible in order to start burning fat optimally.
Get your copy of the WLC System now.
From there, we'll tell you exactly what you should be doing. It's all within the pages of the WLC System.