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No Bull-HIIT! Weightloss: A No B.S. Guide to Shredding Fat and Losing Weight Fast Using HIIT

No Bull-HIIT! Weightloss: A No B.S. Guide to Shredding Fat and Losing Weight Fast Using HIIT [Kindle Edition]

M. Jenn Leftwich
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If you want to lose at least one clothing size in the next 2 weeks using simple HIIT techniques that take LESS than 20 minutes per day... then this new book by M. Jenn Leftwich will show you how.

The book is called:

"No Bull HIIT! Weightloss. A No B.S. Guide to Shredding Fat and Losing Weight Fast Using HIIT"

However, unlike most books about weight loss, this one is short and all "meat" (with no fluff or filler).

In fact, you'll read it in less than 20 minutes.

And it's perfect for busy people who want to lose weight fast, but who hate working out and consider it a "necessary evil".

Want to know exactly how to execute HIIT workouts for maximum results? (We've taken all the guesswork out, so you don't have to worry about what exercise to do).

Want to know the only 4 nutrition tips you'll need for weight loss? (Nutrition isn't complicated--These 4 simple rules are all you need to potentially double your weight loss efforts).

Plus, there is no suffering involved with these exercises. No grueling long distance jogging (long runs are forbidden!)

And no special equipment is needed (you can do them from home if you want).

Here are just a few of the secrets you'll learn inside:

  • How to burn fat... while you sleep! (1 in 1000 "fitness gurus" know the secret science behind this trick -- and now, so will YOU, and it'll help you burn fat at nearly twice the rate you would normally.)

  • How to condition your body to burn more fat. (Believe it or not, this is actually possible.)

  • Why you should never do long distance cardio if you want to safely lose fat and have a great body that's the envy of your friends.(There's a reason marathoners have the dreaded "tire" around their midsection. Here's a much easier and safer way to exercise instead.)

  • And much more!

High Intensity Interval Training is how some of the more undisciplined celebrities, who get fat while they aren't in the public eye, are able to go from pudgy to slim in time for their next event.

Again, a quick, fast read!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 179 KB
  • Print Length: 43 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AJE84KA
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible! 3 Mar 2013
By Damian
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This book reads like it was written by a high school student. I can forgive that though, and the short amount of time it took me to read. What I can't forgive is the bad information contained within.

Firstly, I agree with the author that she doesn't have a degree in nutrition. Secondly, she alternates between calling it HIIT and HITT, which was not a great start.

Repeatedly throughout the book, you are advised to sprint for 30 seconds and rest for 30 seconds. I have been a keen advocate of HIIT for many years and I can tell you that 30/30 splits are extremely advanced. Only the most advanced participants can sprint for 30 seconds for 12 intervals as suggested. Yet the book suggests you begin with this. Later on you are told that by week 6 you should be doing 60/30 splits. Impossible! Unless you were not working at your hardest, in which case it would not be HIIT would it.

In the benefits section, we are told that HIIT "increases GLUT4" and "increases EPOC," yet the book does not go on to explain what these are. I'm aware of what EPOC is, but I had no idea about GLUT4.

The book is littered with spelling errors and also there are many pictures which I assumed were put in for filler, except the pictures do not even display on my device.

In conclusion, this is the worst book I've ever read and I'm usually generous with my reviews. It's a shame. HIIT is a wonderful method of training, but you won't get anything from this book.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Confusing, disorganised and sometimes plain wrong! 11 April 2013
By James
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This book makes grossly generalised statements such as "HIIT is the best workout you can do. Period" without the author taking a moment to objectively think whether what they are writing is true. For example, for marathon runners, HIIT is most certainly not the best workout you can do. The author mentions research findings and statistics without and reference which makes this book even more suspect. I know it is meant to be concise but would a few endnotes hurt that much!

Furthermore, the book is very mixed up and has little logic in its order of information which is often repeated several times. I am a fitness instructor and I have researched HIIT in detail and I can tell you that this is definitely not the best book on the market. I would advise anyone considering buying this book to shop around a bit first.
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1.0 out of 5 stars rubbish 31 Mar 2013
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just on and on about theory and no real useful content. would definitely not recommend this book. luckily it was cheap.
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1.0 out of 5 stars A waste of money. 13 Dec 2013
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This book tells you to do exercises but doesn't describe them so if you haven't done them before you will need to join a gym to understand what the author is talking about. Not for someone who is not a gym regular
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