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Full-Body Workout Plan to burn belly fat #sirnaturalhealthinfo

February 21, 2014

Burning fat is all about pumping up the intensity…TURBO intensity. Well guess what? That’s exactly what you’re getting from this high-powered, metabolism-boosting, full-body workout. Do this workout 3x per week, plus a day of cardio in between each workout, and you’ll transform your body into a full-fledged fat-burning furnace (not to mention you’ll pack on solid new muscle too). That’s right–you’ll eviscerate stubborn body fat around the clock to the point where it begins to melt off, revealing your gorgeous, cut-up musculature below. Commence ripped-ness.

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The Workout

  • Rest 30 seconds between each set. Shorter rest = higher intensity.
  • It’s intense–make sure your body and heart is able to handle each exercise. If you feel lightheaded stop.
  • Do this workout 3x per week and take at least 1 day in between each fat-blasting workout. Do traditional cardio 2x per week. (E.g. Sample schedule: Workout, Cardio, Workout, Cardio, Workout, OFF, OFF)
  • This is for girls and guys. I don’t discriminate =p

1. Barbell/Dumbbell Deadlifts

3 sets — 12 reps.

Make sure not to arch your back. You can get my full guide to perfect deadlift form here. Feel free to choose either dumbbell or barbell deadlifts.

2. Goblet Squats 

3 sets — 12 reps.

The goblet squat is a variation of the traditional squat, which puts more emphasis on the shoulders, chest, arms, and abs. It’s also easier to perform and safer for beginners. Get LOW!

3A. Barbell Rollout

3 sets of 8 to 10 reps, resting 60 seconds between each set.

3b. Plank

4 sets — 40 seconds each.

Get that butt down.

4. Dumbbell/Kettlebell Snatches

2 sets — 12 reps per arm.

Start low and explode upwards, thrusting the dumbbell overhead. Lock out your arm overhead for one second and repeat. Some people prefer using kettlebells instead of dumbbells, either works well–your personal choice.

5. One-Arm Dumbbell Rows

2 sets — 12 reps per arm.

Row the dumbbell until the top of your arm is parallel with your back, hold it for 1 second at the top.

6. Box Marches

2 sets — 60 seconds.

Go hard, go fast, go intensely. Faster than the guy below if possible.

7. Dips/Assisted dips

2 sets — 12 reps.

Use the assisted dip machine if you’re unable to do 12 reps with your body weight..

8. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Cardio

15 minutes on the treadmill, or outdoors on a track.

Finishing up with REALLY INTENSE interval cardio allows the body to access the really deep, stubborn fat stores that are difficult to burn off. You know…the kind plastering the inner crevices of your abs. This is full-blown fat incineration turned up to the highest gear.

For this version of HIIT cardio, we’ll use a 2:1 rest-to-work ratio.

  1. 2 minutes walking warm-up (~3MPH)
  2. Interval 1: 45 second all-out sprint. Sprint speed is going to vary on a person-by-person basis. I sprint at 13 MPH — choose a level that’s intense and makes you run HARD, but at the same time make sure it feels safe. Gradually work your way up over time.
  3. 90 second walking rest interval (~3MPH)
  4. Interval 2: 45 second all out sprint
  5. 90 second walking rest interval (~3MPH)
  6. Repeat for 3 more intervals
  7. 2 minute walking cool-down (~2.5 MPH)

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22 Total perfect Butt workout #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 31, 2014

ImageI know it’s so frustrating for a girl who wants to go from slightly saggy to bootylicious, isn’t it? Well, my dear, I can help! After many consultations with my personal trainer, there’s hope at hand. Here are 20 of the best exercises for a perfect butt. Remember, though, loves, that you have to live a healthy lifestyle, with diet and exercise, to tighten up any saggy bits, including your buns… so nibble a tasty celery stick, lace up your trainers, and let’s go!

1. Front Lunges

Front lunges are one of the absolute best exercises for your butt. To start, stand up straight with your hands on your hips. Take a big step forward with one leg, bending at the knee, until your knee is at a 90 degree angle. Step back. Repeat 15 to 20 times with each leg.

2. Side Lunges

A side lunge is very similar to a front lunge, only instead of stepping directly forward with one leg, you’ll go forward and to the right (with your right leg) or left (with your left leg). Whew! It’s hard to keep your balance!

3. Back Lunges

Again, these are very similar butt exercises to the front lunge, only (you guessed it!) instead of stepping forward, you’ll step backward. You might have to do these a little more slowly than the front lunges to avoid a fall, at least at first.

4. Squats

These are my own favorite exercises for my butt. Stand with your hands and arms straight in front of you, then, keeping your back straight, squat as though you’re going to sit in a chair behind you. Stop when your thighs are level with the ground, and your knees are bent at a 90 degree angle. If it helps, you can lean against a wall to keep your balance.
5. Running

Running isn’t just great cardio! It’s also a marvelous exercise for your butt! Even a good jog or brisk walk can help tone your tush. Lace up your shoes and go!

6. Leg Lift

Lie flat on your back with your legs straight, and raise one leg straight in the air. Try not to bend your knee! Then, with your arms and hands flat on the ground, raise your hips off the ground. Hold for five seconds. Repeat ten to fifteen times with each leg. Feel the burn! This is one exercise for your butt you’ll feel right away! It also helps strengthen your core.

7. Step-Aerobics

Even if all you do is a simple up and down step, one foot at a time, step-aerobics can be a great exercises for your butt! Turn on your favorite workout song and keep stepping to the beat. If you’re feeling particularly motivated, try stepping along to a video or DVD. Yow!

8. Ballet

Have you ever seen a ballerina with a saggy butt? No way! That’s because many of the basic ballet positions and moves are also good butt exercises. Don’t believe me? Enroll in a class for adult beginners and just wait for the plié.

9. Hurdles

If you’re just not cut out for distance running, try sprinting and adding hurdles to the mix. Somehow the combination of the sprint with the leaping motion helps tone your butt!

10. Scissor Kicks

These are a Jane Fonda classic, but they work! Lie on one side, all straight, propped up on one elbow. Lift your outside leg slowly, keeping both legs straight. Hold it in the air for 15 seconds, then lower your leg. Repeat 15 times one each side.

11. Forward Bends And Kicks

Stand with your feet together, arms at your sides. Then bend forward while raising one leg behind you, and stretch your arms out in front of you for balance. Whew! It may not sound difficult, but this is one exercise for your butt that’s surprisingly tough! Repeat 10 to 12 times.

12. Single Leg Lift

Start by standing

straight with your hands on your hips. Keeping your legs as straight as possible, and without pointing your toes, slowly lift one leg in front of you, holding it there for fifteen seconds. Slowly lower it, then switch to the other leg. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

13. Standing Diagonal Kicks

Stand straight with your hands on your hips. Slowly raise one leg diagonally, behind you (not directly behind you). Hold it there for ten to fifteen seconds, then slowly lower it. If you need to, you can place your hands on the back of a chair for balance.

14. Elliptical Machine

The elliptical is my favorite torture machine at the gym. Why? Because half an hour (or even an hour) is a complete workout, toning your muscles (including your butt!) and giving your heart a good workout.

15. Stair Stepper

Here’s another machine you’ll find at the gym, designed to exercises your butt. The stair-stepper is also great cardio, but beware if you have weak knees… otherwise, step away, and firm your fanny!

16. Single-Leg Squat

Stand straight up, with your hands in front of you. Kick one of your legs to the side, then slowly lower yourself down to a 90 degree angle be bending your other knee. You might need to prop your side-swept leg on a pillow or rolled towel.

17. Simple Bridge

Lay flat on your back with your arms flat at your sides. Lift your hips into the air, keeping your arms flat but bending your knees. Hold the position at least 15 to 20 seconds, longer if you can. Repeat 12 to 15 times.

18. Plank

Prop yourself up on your elbows, stomach down. Push yourself up on your toes, stretch out, legs straight, and hold this plank position as long as you can. Can you do it for a minute? Two? Let’s find out, and exercise your butt t the same time!

19. Bounce!

Is anything more fun, or exhausting, than bouncing on the trampoline? This is a butt-toning exercise you can do at home, with the kids! You’ll not only firm your fanny, you’ll be setting a good example, and getting great cardio!

20. Biking

Whether you choose a stationary bike or a real live bicycle, biking is another fantastic exercise for your butt. If you’re doing it outdoors, make sure to wear a helmet — safety first!

21. Yoga!

Yoga is so good for toning your muscles overall, and giving you balance, you might forget it’s also a good way to exercise your butt! Sign up for a beginner course and enjoy the sun salutations. Wow!

22. Buttock Pinches

Cousin Balki was right: buttock pinches can be a good workout! Start by standing tall, with your feet together. Raise yourself on your tip-toes, then “punch” your butt together, hold for five seconds, then lower yourself back down. It’s also a good calf workout!

With so many marvelous exercises for your butt, there’s no reason to fret over a little sag here or there — tighten it up, Tootsie, and let’s see how good you look in those skinny jeans this fall! Remember to combine these butt exercises with a balanced diet and plenty of cardio and you’ll have the toniest tush on the block! Which of these exercises for your butt do you like best? Do tell!

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Bitter melon Kills up to 98% of cancer cells – and stops diabetes #sirnaturalhealthinfo

January 31, 2014

Simple plant kills up to 98% of cancer cells – and stops diabetes I’m always looking for natural substances that throw a “monkey wrench” into the peculiar metabolism of cancer cells. It’s vital these substances kill cancer cells and leave normal cells untouched. I’ve told you about some of my discoveries in the past. They include resveratrol, green tea, Seanol, and others. But today I’m going to tell you about another plant that safely starves cancer cells as efficiently as a powerful chemo drug. In fact, it even works on pancreatic cancer cells, which are particularly difficult to kill.

This plant is a common vegetable from Asia called “bitter melon.” It is popular among the long-lived population of Okinawa, Japan.

Bitter melon juice diluted to just 5% in water showed remarkable potency in severely damaging all four pancreatic cancer cell lines researchers tested. The bitter melon reduced the viability of two cancer cell lines by 90%, while it knocked off the other two lines by a staggering 98%. And it did so after just 72 hours of treatment!

In the past, I’ve told you about apoptosis. That’s nature’s way of dealing with wayward cells. They simply kill themselves. Bitter melon juice induced this programmed cell death along several different pathways. And even better, it also activated a pathway, which shows that it knocks out the cancer cells’ metabolism of glucose. In other words, it literally starved them of the sugar they need to survive.

Do these lab dish studies apply to living animals? A resounding yes! University of Colorado researchers gave mice bitter melon at doses easily achievable in humans. The animals had a 64% reduction in pancreatic tumor size without side effects! This level of effectiveness beat the most commonly used chemo drugs for this lethal cancer.

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The dose used in mice translates to 6 grams of powder for an average-sized adult (75 kg). Big Pharma is rushing to find patentable petrochemicals to achieve what God put into the bitter melon fruit. It baffles Big Pharma that a simple plant can starve cancer cells of their fuel. You don’t need any fancy chemicals to make it happen.

What’s more, the actions of bitter melon may help diabetics as well. Researchers recently found that bitter melon ameliorates metabolic syndrome by its beneficial effects on glucose metabolism.

This is wonderful news. We won’t beat cancer by any one approach. I believe it must be multifocal. In other words, beef up the immune system, detoxify, eliminate dental infections and toxic dental materials, alkalinize your body, oxidize the body with oxidation therapy, and give specific nutrients to throw a monkey wrench into cancer’s peculiar metabolic pathways.

All cancer cells show disturbed energy production utilizing inefficient glucose fermentation. Bitter melon may be a huge pipe wrench to uncouple cancer’s wayward energy production. You can find bitter melon at most health food stores and online.

Yours for better health and medical freedom,