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by Alisa Princy (2020-01-14)

Rules for Stomach Fat FloraSpring Review Reduction Do metabolic boosting mini-trampoline jumping 3 minutes at a time What I want you to do is focus on mini-workouts that can be done during tv commercial breaks. You don't need to do them during these commercials if you don't want to, but it's just something I've found works great for me... and lots of my clients also do this to save a bunch of time. Mini-workouts are the key to UNLEASHING your metabolism in it's fight against body fat. Mini-workouts beat the pants off long workouts. The only thing is, you need to do multiple mini-workouts. Without doing these during tv commercials, I realize this will be hard for most people in regards to their schedules. But most people have lots of free time in 3-5 minute spurts throughout the day. I recommend you get a mini-trampoline (they're cheap) and put it in your living room and during 5-10 commercial breaks, you jump on it. It sounds like a lot, but it's not. Eat time you jump on it for 3 minutes, you're "STOKING" your metabolic fire to burn off fat. Do these everyday if possible. Do bodyweight squats FAST Here's a quick thing you can do that'll take you less than 5 minutes, but it'll get your body all charged up burning fat like crazy. Do 4 sets of 25 repetitions of bodyweight squats. Just rest 45 seconds between sets. If you can't do this to begin with, just work towards it as a goal. Just one thing with these, make sure you squat down far enough. To make this easy for you to see, just swipe or touch your fingers to the ground during all your squats. If you don't touch the ground, you didn't go down far enough and that repetition doesn't count. Do these 5 days a week. Follow these 2 rules for stomach fat reduction and within a couple weeks you'll see a dramatic difference in your belly size. It's time for us to talk about a very important topic about weight loss - how to do it FAST. If you are looking for a fast way to lose weight, then the first thing you need to do is focus on your nutrition. The foods you eat are what will ultimately determine how successful you are. Exercise is important too, but let's think about the math here for a second. There are 168 hours each week, and let's say you spend 5 of those hours exercising. That is roughly 3% of your week that you spend working out. You can workout as hard as you want to, but 3% of your week is not going to produce 100% of your results.