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Ask those same "weight loss experts"Lean Belly Breakthrough how to lose weight quickly, and he or she would recommend the same kinds of traditional, textbook cardio routines, weight training workouts and nutrition plans. It's a no-brainer that if they worked, very few people in the world would be overweight or obese. Unfortunately, the reality is that this is not the case. Most "recommended", traditional exercise programs only work the "Aerobic System" and "Threshold System" of the human body. This type of exercise only increases your body's ability to burn fat (i.e. raise your metabolism) DURING your workout. This results differs from what your body experiences when you "work" the "Creatine Phosphate System" of the human body with high-intensity, short-burst training (like Get Lean In 12 Cardio).

Unlike the exercise routines which only burn fat for a few hours (i.e. long, aerobic cardio), the fat-burning system you choose should program your body to burn fat for a considerable amount of time after your exercise session. The longer that fat is burnt after your workout, the quicker your results will be recognized. Research has shown that properly working the Creatine Phosphate System with high-intensity training burns fat much more effectively and faster than working the Aerobic System with slower, longer cardio exercise. So, with all of the information provided above, what would you rather do? Would you rather work out for 40 minutes to an hour every day trying to hit your "target heart rate" so that you are actually burning fat only while you work out? Or, would you rather only work out for 12 minutes at a time and be a fat-burner for up to 48 hours after your workout session? Personally, I would rather work out for 12 minutes, walk around with a raised metabolism for the next two days and enjoy the extra time in my life, but that decision is obviously left up to you.