Understanding The Xiser

If you are looking for the best and most efficient approach to your weight loss goals, chances are you have been misled.  You have been told if you want to burn fat, your workout needs to be long with low intensity. Time is why the vast majority of people don’t commit to their weight loss goals.  Since we live in a fast paced society, time is a precious commodity.

Just thinking about using gym equipment can seem daunting to someone with a limited amount of time, or to someone who is self-conscious about their appearance. Factoring a monthly budget for a gym membership is also more of a burden than most people can handle.

The Xiser doesn’t just save on time and keep the cost of exercising low; it is the safest and most effective weight loss machine available.  The Xiser is clinically proven to reduce fat and build lean muscle, in the least amount of time.

The Xiser incorporates the methodology of high-intensity interval training or HIIT for short.  The HIIT method is proven to blast the most amount of fat while maintaining and building lean muscle.

“We now have more than 10 years of data showing HIIT yields pretty much the exact same health and fitness benefits as long-term aerobic exercise, and in some groups or populations, it works better than traditional aerobic exercise,” says Todd Astorino, a professor of kinesiology at California State University, San Marcos, who has published more than a dozen study papers on HIIT.

The amount of time you should spend on the Xiser is only 4 minutes a day broken up into 4, one-minute segments.  That’s right you heard it correctly!  Only 4 minutes a day to achieve fat loss and all the other benefits from this type of exercise.

The many benefits of this fat blasting technique include; an increased metabolism, fat loss, increased muscle mass, a higher bone density and increased energy.

Correctly using your Xiser is crucial to gaining the most benefits from using it. When you first step onto your Xiser, you want to bend your knees slightly; this balances your weight over your hips. Place your foot as far on the pedal as you can, so your toes reach the front or the ridge of the pedal. The farther you are from the back of your machine, the more challenging it is to balance yourself. If you are uncomfortable stabilizing yourself, you can simply place the palm of your hand against a wall or place your palm on the shoulder of your trainer. You should immediately feel a slight burn in your thighs. Next, you will want to keep your body as still as possible. Pretending to balance a book on your head will keep your head and shoulders in a neutral position, this keeps your airways open and your muscles in the most optimal position to feel the effects of your workout. Lastly, you will want to keep your movement up at an even and fast pace for 30-60 seconds. If you are not feeling a burn in your muscles, you are not doing it right. Your goal is to progress to the last setting on your Xiser.

If and when you feel like giving yourself more of a challenge, you can hold a 3 to 5 lb dumbbell in each hand while using your Xiser, and add a bicep curl. With your arms down and palms facing out, elbows against your body, bring the dumbbells up to shoulder level.  This should be a smooth movement and your elbows should bend while remaining close to your body.

Thinking about your exercise routine shouldn’t feel like a workout itself. After using your Xiser you will feel rejuvenated and will continue to burn more calories even after your workout.

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References
http://time.com/4893161/hiit-high-intensity-interval-training-exercise/