Training to Break Through Your Plateau – In a Nut Shell

When training, even at any level, a lot of people struggle with progress after training for a while and hit a plateau.

When training for fat loss, this can be extremely frustrating when the numbers on the scales won’t budge.

So often it’s easy to look too deep into it and forget that the solution may be as simple as a small change. Often we tend to complicate training like we do with our diets. So you might be wondering why are you plateauing when your diet is dialed in.

The best way to start is to ask a few questions…

  • When was the last time that you tried to use heavier weights?
  • When was the last time you changed up your exercises?
  • When was the last time you tried a machine that you have never tried before?
  • What about flipping around the sequences of the workouts?
  • When was the last time you changed up a number of reps you are doing?

You have to manipulate the training variables because if you don’t change the stimulus, you won’t change the response.

If you are one of those people who is racking their brains trying to figure out why you plateaued, then first you should look at your diet and then your training.

Look at the variables in your training to see how many have you changed in the last 30-60 days. The variables should never stay the same from workout to workout.

This week’s shoulder workout should be different than last week’s shoulder workout. You must change the stimulus in order to change the response.

Figuring out how to do that can be difficult and confusing.

That’s why Michael created HIIT MAX™. High-intensity interval training is the best form of exercise for fat loss. Fifteen to twenty-five minutes every other day is all you need.

Since last may, HIIT MAXhas changed over 105,000 lives. There is a reason why that many people have bought into that program. It works, it’s guaranteed, it will put you on the other side of any plateau. That is training for fat loss in a nutshell.

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