Burn Baby Burn
Burn Baby Burn
By Nazirah M. Jones, M.S., CPT-NASM
Did you know that there's a workout strategy that's designed to make you burn calories like a furnace, even after you're done working out? It's called metabolic resistance training, or "metabolic training" for short. The idea is to work multiple muscle groups at once through a series of intense, compound movements that leave you gasping for air and feeling the burn. And the best part? You keep burning calories long after you've left BBT Fitness for the day so you can enjoy that post-workout glow while you binge-watch your favorite shows. So, if you're looking for a workout that's quick, intense, and sure to leave you feeling like a champion, attend BBT Bootcamp sessions throughout the month of March.
Here are some benefits to metabolic training:
Increased calorie burn: Metabolic training is designed to maximize calorie burn both during and after your workout, thanks to its high-intensity nature and focus on compound movements.
Improved cardiovascular health: Metabolic training can improve your cardiovascular health by increasing your heart rate and challenging your lungs to work harder.
Increased muscle tone: The compound movements used in metabolic training can help build muscle and improve overall muscle tone.
Improved metabolic function: Metabolic training can help improve your metabolic function by increasing your metabolism and helping your body burn fat more efficiently.
Time-efficient: Metabolic training workouts are typically shorter than traditional strength or cardio workouts, making them a time-efficient option for those with busy schedules.
Versatile: Metabolic training can be tailored to fit a variety of fitness goals and levels, from beginner to advanced.
Fun and challenging: Metabolic training can be a fun and challenging way to switch up your workout routine and push your limits.
Take a look at what we will be focusing on this month during Bootcamp:
ridayLower Body PowerUpper Body MadnessConditioning & PlyometricsFull Body Burn BBT Team Lift “Wildcard”