The FIT Method 4:13 method of getting fit and maintaining fitness is a combination of circuit training, slow burn cardio training and good nutrition.  A slow cardio workout is usually held in contrast to a high-intensity workout.  It is commonly held that a high-intensity workout burns more calories since a more carbohydrates are burned in this type but that in a slow cardio work out the percentage of fat burned off is higher. Now, the ‘fat-burning’ zone differs from person to person but this seems to be the general rule.Combining this with a circuit training routine delivers great results. Circuit training is  where you quickly progress through a series of various exercises one after another; some using medium weights with  a high number of reps and then switching to another burst of exercise which works a different set of muscles. Circuit training uses resistance training and high-intensity aerobics.  This type of exercise is great for cardio training as well as muscle endurance.

Combining this with a circuit training routine delivers great results. Circuit training is  where you quickly progress through a series of various exercises one after another; some using medium weights with  a high number of reps and then switching to another burst of exercise which works a different set of muscles. Circuit training uses resistance training and high-intensity aerobics.  This type of exercise is great for cardio training as well as muscle endurance.

The old saying that when it comes down to it losing weight is about more calories used that taken in is true, of course. No matter how much you work out, if you eat more calories than you burn off, you will not achieve your goals. But it isn’t just how many calories you take in, for optimum health you have to have the right kind of calories; the right amount of protein, amino acids, and vitamins and minerals. At FIT Method, we know that it takes all three working together to give you the body you want and the mental strength to get there, and maintain your ideal fitness.