Burning fat is a challenge that millions of men undertake each day. At least one person you speak to is trying to lose some unwanted fat at any one time.

One fantastic method is hill sprints, but they’re tough.

To get the best results you require some extra advice.

 

How To Lose An Incredible Amount Of Fat From Hill Sprints

Hill sprints are great since all you need is yourself plus a gradient. Once you have these two things theoretically you can perform hill sprints.

However some extra things should be included for the best results.

  1. Find a safe hill, one that’s not too steep, but one that at least challenges you. If you use a road, make sure the road is well lit, regularly empty and has a sidewalk to run on. If something unforeseen does happen, you don’t want to be unconscious or injured and in the way of oncoming vehicles.
  2. Secondly make sure the hill is minimum 50m long, but ideally more like 100m – 150m in length. The aim is to exhaust the body in one all out sprint that forces the body to work at its maximum capacity, this will burn the most fat.

Give everything for the entire length and stop at the top.

  1. Once at the top you’re in control. The length of the rest is now up to you. Recommendations:

– Elite runners should jog back down at a steady pace

– Average runners should walk down in 45 seconds to 1 minute

– Beginners and people who consider themselves unfit should take 2 minutes to walk back down

– If you feel ill or dizzy, then stop until you feel better, or go home and try again another day. If this problem persists then visit a Doctor.

Of course these rest times are flexible. You may be able to jog back down on your first attempt, but by the 5th you’re taking a much needed 2 minute break.

 

The Aim

The aim of this exercise is to exhaust the body with each sprint. Anyone who’s ran the 200m or 400m will know the pain of the homestretch, when your muscles stop doing what you ask of them and begin to feel more like jelly.

You’ll be trying to sprint, but barely moving. This is because of the lactic acid build up and depletion of ATP stores.

During the rest your body recovers. This combination of all out intensity and recovery is called interval training.

Interval training is a nice way to train. You simply have to find motivation for a short amount of time, then you can deal with the pain while you recover.

Unlike endurance training, there’s no major battle going on inside your head until the later repetitions, simply because you know the end is always in sight and the pain is brief.

By doing this exercise in sets of 5 with a five minute rest between sets, you’ll start melting fat like never before.

 

Example Of The Routine:

Hill sprint #1 – Your chosen rest time

Hill sprint #2 – Your chosen rest time

Hill sprint #3 – Your chosen rest time

Hill sprint #4 – Your chosen rest time

Hill sprint #5 – Your chosen rest time

5 minute break – Then repeat.

 

Many people will say that the 5 minute break goes against everything interval training stands for. But by taking that 5 minute break you’re able to perform more sets at the same intensity and that’s what’s important.

Without this break you’ll be barely jogging up that hill after a few back to back attempts which ruins the entire process. If you can’t manage to sprint on any rep, then continue resting until you can. By dragging yourself back up that hill you turn the training into endurance training and that’s not the aim.

The aim is an all-out sprint that engages multiple muscles to work at full capacity. This will shred fat and build muscle mass, which in the long term leads to increased fat loss.

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One fantastic method is hill sprints, but they’re tough.

To get the best results you require some extra advice.

How To Lose An Incredible Amount Of Fat From Hill Sprints

Hill sprints are great since all you need is yourself plus a gradient. Once you have these two things theoretically you can perform hill sprints.

However some extra things should be included for the best results.

  1. Find a safe hill, one that’s not too steep, but one that at least challenges you. If you use a road, make sure the road is well lit, regularly empty and has a sidewalk to run on. If something unforeseen does happen, you don’t want to be unconscious or injured and in the way of oncoming vehicles.
  2. Secondly make sure the hill is minimum 50m long, but ideally more like 100m – 150m in length. The aim is to exhaust the body in one all out sprint that forces the body to work at its maximum capacity, this will burn the most fat.

Give everything for the entire length and stop at the top.

  1. Once at the top you’re in control. The length of the rest is now up to you. Recommendations:

– Elite runners should jog back down at a steady pace

– Average runners should walk down in 45 seconds to 1 minute

– Beginners and people who consider themselves unfit should take 2 minutes to walk back down

– If you feel ill or dizzy, then stop until you feel better, or go home and try again another day. If this problem persists then visit a Doctor.

Of course these rest times are flexible. You may be able to jog back down on your first attempt, but by the 5th you’re taking a much needed 2 minute break.

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The aim of this exercise is to exhaust the body with each sprint. Anyone who’s ran the 200m or 400m will know the pain of the homestretch, when your muscles stop doing what you ask of them and begin to feel more like jelly.

You’ll be trying to sprint, but barely moving. This is because of the lactic acid build up and depletion of ATP stores.

During the rest your body recovers. This combination of all out intensity and recovery is called interval training.

Interval training is a nice way to train. You simply have to find motivation for a short amount of time, then you can deal with the pain while you recover.

Unlike endurance training, there’s no major battle going on inside your head until the later repetitions, simply because you know the end is always in sight and the pain is brief.

By doing this exercise in sets of 5 with a five minute rest between sets, you’ll start melting fat like never before.

Example Of The Routine:

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5 minute break – Then repeat.

Many people will say that the 5 minute break goes against everything interval training stands for. But by taking that 5 minute break you’re able to perform more sets at the same intensity and that’s what’s important.

Without this break you’ll be barely jogging up that hill after a few back to back attempts which ruins the entire process. If you can’t manage to sprint on any rep, then continue resting until you can. By dragging yourself back up that hill you turn the training into endurance training and that’s not the aim.

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