Redirect Calories to Muscles Instead of Fat

Sgt. Michael Volkin |
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Want a cool trick to help your body decide how to use those calories you just ate?

Exercising right before and shortly after a big meal can help to activate a protein inside your muscle cells called Glut4. GLUT-4 is a protein that, when increased, tells your body to put calories into muscle tissue, instead of fat cells.

 Here is how you activate your glut-4

Step 1: Do 60 -120 seconds of exercise right before eating (i.e. squats, lunges, push-ups, etc.)

Step 2: Eat a meal

Step 3: 90 minutes after your first bite, do another 60-120 seconds of exercise

Doing this will allow more calories to flow toward your muscle cells than fat cells.

 

About the Author

Michael Volkin is the inventor of the all new Weight Loss Stack 52, the most fun and unique way to lose weight. 

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