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How To Fast Track Your Metabolism

Ever wondered how you can boost your metabolism to help burn fat quicker?

By John Carpenter, Owner at Mona Vale

Ever wondered how you can boost your metabolism to help burn fat quicker?

There is definitely a buzz around the word ‘metabolism’ and all these cool methods that help you speed up your metabolism to give you the body of your dreams.

But what exactly is your metabolism? It is the rate at which your body burns energy, or put simply, how efficiently you burn fat! The faster and more efficient your metabolism or metabolic rate is, the more calories you burn on a daily basis, thus giving you greater chances of shedding more fat off and becoming leaner and more toned.

So how can you improve your metabolism to get the fat burning engine fired up?

Well let’s not beat around the bush – the most effective way to increase your metabolism is by increasing your lean muscle mass. This is because most our daily energy expenditure comes while we are at rest not while we exercise. And the biggest factor affecting your resting metabolism is the amount of lean muscle mass we have. Muscle requires a tremendous amount of energy to function, so the more muscle we have the more calories we burn during the day.

Now the best way to increase your lean mass is by performing a structured weight training program 2-3 times per week (with progressive overload) and ensuring you eat an adequate amount of carbohydrates, protein, and fats each day for your body type.

At Vision, we guide you through your weight training sessions ensuring correct technique and also providing safe progressive overload. You’ll also be given specific individual macronutrient guidelines for your eating habits to make sure you get the full benefits of all your hard work in the gym, boost your lean mass and firing up your metabolism to help create the body you desire.

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