How to Lose Back Fat

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jan 15, 2013 - Health & Fitness - 83 pages
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Inside the book How to Lose Back Fat you will learn about how scientists have now proven that spot fat reduction in targeted trouble zones is possible and what you can do about it. You will also learn the importance and how you can dress for minimizing the appearance back fat including getting rid of that bra bulge.

Find out about a few simple tricks you can do that will burn more calories so you lose more fat, in less time. Plus a quick little fix that will turn your world around and what you can do right now that will look like you just lost 15 lbs.

Learn about how this one change to what you are probably already doing that can burn up to 46% more calories than how you are doing it now.

Learn the simple tweaks you can make that will spur metabolic adaptations so you will burn more fat than ever before. Find out how spending less time doing cardio can actually burn more calories, even in your sleep.

Back fat accumulates in the spaces between the muscles and as we age both our skin and fat sags. Focusing on the back with specifically designed exercises for back fat and a special diet can result in a well defined and sexy back.

The fat that collects on the back is difficult to get rid of - but it can be done. Knowing that back fat storage can be a sign of a lowered ability to burn off carbohydrates is the key. By 'tricking' your metabolism into speeding up and a few other targeted remedies, you can get started on getting rid of your back fat.

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 Hi and thank you for stopping by to read this short biography.

I spent most of my adult life sedentary and out of shape. This included a pack and a half (that I'll admit to) smoking habit that lasted well over 20 years - and a body that had about 40lbs of loose flab before the waving under arm flab really started to get to me.

One day I'd had enough and eventually put out the butt's permanently and got into darn good physical condition. I became certified as a personal trainer and trained as a nutritionist. I applied what I had learned to develop some pretty amazing fat loss and physical sculpting programs.

To prove this I competed (and won in my weight class) a provincial body building competition.

Now (at the time of this writing) at 51 there are a whole new set of body issues.

As I advance in age, just like the rest of you, things hurt, metabolism is slower, and even though the days are faster - everything takes longer.

My focus is to find ways to make fitness and weight loss more manageable as the years tic on by.

Through my company at The Inside Trainer Inc. we provide health and weight loss equipment and resources as well as writing books and programs released to the general public.

I do hope you enjoy the books you find here on Amazon.

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