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In this course you will learn the basics of how to lose weight. You don't need to accumulate deep and intricate knowledge about this topic to actually do it. What you need to do is use all the basic, simple and fundamental advice given in this course. As long as you use the basic advice in this course correctly, you will begin to lose weight just like you had hoped.
Losing Weight Gradually
This isn't one of those courses where we promise you that you will lose weight quickly and easily. No. This course is about helping you lose weight by actually helping you to gradually making you healthier overall. You will learn the basic fundamentals or adjusting your lifestyle, eating better, and exercise in order to help you lose the weight. All these will have to be used in a combination together in order to achieve your goals!
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|Section 1: Course introduction|
Course and instructor introductionPreview
Joey Zanca introductionPreview
Alex Genadinik (second instructor) introductionPreview
The path to losing weight
|Section 2: Basic Nutrition|
Caloric intake: calorie quality matters
Carbs: complex (good) carbs vs. simple (bad) carbs
Fats: bad fats vs. good fats
Dietary fiber intake
Is it bad to eat late in the day?
Foods high in fiber to help your digestion
High protein foods
Foods containing good fats that are healthy
Foods containing bad fats
|Section 3: Lifestyle Changes & Adjustments Needed To Lose Weight|
How to change lifestyle to get yourself on the path to losing weight
How much should people be working out in the beginning and as they progressPreview
Mental approach to prevent overeating or bad eating
Extra tips on training
Forming healthy habits and getting rid of unhealthy habitsPreview
Over-exercising and overeating: does this happen to you?Preview
Maintaining a healthy middle ground of exercise and eating well
Mental health benefits of exercisePreview
Importance of choosing a sustainable exercise you can keep doingPreview
Tips to balance exercise with not over-eating from being tired or stress
|Section 4: Alex's weight loss journey|
Alex's journey to lose weight. Alex is a regular person like you
My weight loss journey from June 2015-Sept 2015Preview
|Section 5: Exercises and full body workout you can do anywhere|
Introduction to this section
This part of the training focuses on basic squat exercises. Joe shows us how to do the basic squat in order to minimize risk of injury and maximize the exercise benefits you get for your muscles. With almost all these exercises, the technique with which you do them is very important. With the correct technique you will get good results.
Skater side lunges
Lunches are great exercises to strengthen and tone your butt and thigh muscles. This is another great exercise that you can do anywhere and doesn't require a lot of space. The basic lunge is a very age-proven exercise, and is a must for any leg training or toning routine. You can alternate between forward lunches and back lunges to hit more of the muscles of your leg.
In this part of the calisthenics workout routine class Joes shows us the right way to do the classic pushup. Your chest must be right over your arms in order to get the maximum benefit from each pushup. Pushups are great exercises to help you strengthen your chest as well as your triceps and your shoulders.
Working up to your first pull-up
In this part of the course you learn how to work up to your first pull up if you are not able to do pull ups yet. There are two kinds of pull ups: where your hands are facing out and where your hands are facing in. The type where your palms are facing out is easier to do at first because your biceps are engaged. The pull up is one of the all time best calisthenics exercises because it works your back and arms in a natural way.
In this part of the training, you will learn the basic ab workout position that many of the additional ab exercises start from. If you create an ab workout routine, you can alternate many different ab workouts, and after each different exercise, you can come back to this basic ab position. This makes for a great ab routine because it never takes the tension away from your abs, and continues to stress the ab muscles.
|Section 6: Making exercises a little more advanced for yourself|
Advanced variations: combining lower body, upper body and cardio in one movement
Another advanced combination: pushup to squat-jump to jump
|Section 7: Natural ways to improve performance (more coming in October and late 2015)|
Natural ways to improve performance (more coming in October and late 2015)
NEW! What to eat before workouts to improve performance and have more energy
|Section 8: Conclusion|
Your opinion matters to me. I want to make sure you love the course
Bonus lecture: DISCOUNTS ON MORE COURSES & RESOURCES
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I am the creator of the Problemio business apps which are some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business with 1,000,000+ downloads across iOS, Android and Kindle.
I am also an author of three business books (marketing to reach 1,000,000 people, on starting a business, and on the mobile app business).
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My areas of expertise are mobile apps, software engineering, marketing (SEO and social), and entrepreneurship.
I created over 90 courses on Udemy with 70,000+ students by whom I am humbled and who I try to help any way I can!
Doing boxing and kickboxing since I was 4 years old. I currently work as a personal trainer and an MMA fighting trainer. I have trained a number of winning MMA fighters.
10 years boxing
10 years kickboxing
10+ years martial arts
10+ years grappling
7+ years personal fitness trainer
5+ years MMA fighting trainer
Current Fitness coordinator for Title Boxing Club
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