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  1. Mitch
    Mitch at |

    Great post Alain. People generally underestimate how important it is to lift so you can maintain the muscle you have while ‘cutting’. As you said, you get a triple whammy from this. You burn fat with hormones, speed up your metabolism, and look shredded when the fat is gone. Doesn’t get much better than that!

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  2. Six Pack Abs
    Six Pack Abs at |

    How about using the cross trainer 30-45 minutes for the “after burn” training? Some bodybuilders I’ve spoke with claim that this is the ultimate way of making your visible while burning skin fat. What is your thoughts about that?

    /Mirha

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  3. Mirha
    Mirha at |

    How about using a cross trainer directly after the regular weight lifting practice? I have heard that this is the ultimate way of burning skin fat. I often see a lot of people doing different types of ab exercises and if you ask them why they are doing it, they simply respond; I want bigger abs. However, in my opinion one should focus more on making the abs more visible and the cross trainer is the ultimate tool for doing so. Just my 2 cents.

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  4. Dennis Habern
    Dennis Habern at |

    Can anyone out there, tell me how expensive it is,

    roughly, for your diet meal plan, based upon 6 meals,

    yielding 3500-4000 calories? In addition, what plan

    have you been using to develop your ABS?

    Hope to hear from someone soon.

    Please me inform me at dennishabern@hotmail.com

    Thank you.

    Dennis P. Habern

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