Elite article on fat loss training

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  1. BJJ in Chicago

    BJJ in Chicago Livin' la vida bomba

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    Thought this would be a great article to read for all the guys posting on here about wanting to lose a few lbs.

    1. Losing weight isn't easy

    2. Read this before reading the article

     
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    elitefts.com/documents/metabolic_acceleration_training.htm

    copy/paste
     
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    BJJ in Chicago Livin' la vida bomba

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    i did copy and paste and whenever i typed it in it came out with the m-e-t-a as ****
     
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    the article is about complexes which is only one part of the article at elite. great addition though as he goes much more in depth on the t-nation.
     
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    dugforeva Brown Belt

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    I enjoy doing 2 excercises back to back like that because it takes less time to get in a good workout and it increases the heart rate during training.

    I'd like to see everyone's take on how this might effect strength gains and what not.
     
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    i think as far as strength gains, it's better than doing nothing.. but certainly is not optimal.

    if the goal was strength gains, there's much better programs out there. I bet you'd still gain strength and put on muscle with this program, but if your goal isn't fat loss, you'd be better off with a different program that was more centered on your goals.
     

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