Short Cuts To Burn More Body Fat Faster!

By Shana Daniels, 2002 Ms. Fitness California, B.S. Sports Science 

If you’d like to get more “bang for your buck” in and out of the gym, I’d like to share with you some the best proven secrets and tips that I’ve learned in my 20 years in the fitness industry.  You can remember them as the 4- F’s for Optimal Fat Burning. 

1)      Fat Flush- You need to start with a clean slate.  The average person has 5-10 pounds of compacted waste in their body.  These toxins slow down your metabolism, make you bloated, depress your immune system, and drain your energy.  I’ve put together a very effective combination of high-quality supplements to aid you in ridding your body quickly and easily of this unwanted waste.  For more information on my “Diva Detox Kit”, or to order one, visit my website at

2)      Fitness- Five times a week.  Aim for 3-5 cardio sessions a week working up to 30-45 minutes.  Add 3 “intensity intervals” where you push hard for 60, 45, and 30 seconds with equal recovery times between each.  Do this and you’ll burn up to 40% more calories!  Whenever possible do your cardio on an empty stomach to get into your fat stores quicker. Here’s how it works: when your body doesn’t have as much stored carbohydrate in your muscles (glycogen) to burn, it will more rapidly convert stored body fat into usable energy.

You also need to strength train a minimum of 2-3 times a week to sculpt lean muscles.  Lean tissue burns more calories than fat, even when you’re resting, so the more the better! If you are doing your weight workout and cardio back-to-back, do the weights first; you will have more strength for your workout plus you will use up some of the glycogen in the muscles, which will force your body to speed up using the fat stores for energy.

3)      Frequently feed your body.  Ideally, eat every three hours, and combine lean protein, (fish, chicken, or turkey) and vegetables.  Also, be sure to drink 64 ounces of water each day so that your liver can do its job and metabolize stored fat for useable energy.

4)      Finish eating complex carbohydrates (starches) 4 hours before going to bed, or at your last meal.  Most people are not as active at night, so we don’t need the energy carbs give us during the evening.  Any extra calories are easily stored as body fat.  There is a lot of truth and wisdom in the old adage, “eat like a king (or queen)  at breakfast, a prince (or princess) at lunch, and a pauper at dinner” 

Leading a healthy lifestyle is the “fountain of youth”.  You deserve to live the very best life, so treat yourself with love and respect and honor your body regularly.  You’ll add years to your life and life to your years!

 Yours in health and fitness,

 Shana Daniels



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