Slow Burn Fitness Revolution Review
What You Should Know
Most exercise programs are based on the theory, move faster and increase heart rate to burn more calories. The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution Book is the exact opposite. Slow motion exercise is performed only 30 minutes a week with the same effect, or better, compared to traditional exercise. The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution is a book. There is an official website, but it offers very little information to the dieter. It reads more like a blog with personal updates than a diet portal. We found blog posts on arthritis, low carbohydrate eating and medical procedures. None of these have anything to do with the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution.
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Book on slow motion exercise for improved weight loss and fitness.
Fredrick Hahn, Mary Dan Eades and Michael R. Eades are the authors of the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution. The tag line of the book reads, “The Slow Motion Exercise that Will Change Your Body in 30 Minutes a Week.” While the dieter may be lured in with fewer minutes spent working out, workouts should last between 20 and 45 minutes per day, most days of the week. This works the heart in addition to other muscle groups. If the heart is not taken care of, it will not respond well to cardio exercise. Daily exercise is also important for improved sleep and hunger control.
The book does not cover cardio workouts, but it does provide a good introduction to slow motion weight training. This concept is not new; it has been around for many years. When the muscle is engaged slowly, smaller muscles groups are needed to balance weight and keep the body part steady. It takes fewer exercises to fatigue the muscle, thus the shortened workout time.
There is nothing wrong with the theory behind the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution, but the dieter will need to adopt a healthy eating plan and cardio exercise routine for weight loss. Weight training usually takes place twice a week, so the remaining days can be filled with walking, swimming and other heart racing activities.
The Slow Motion Fitness Revolution sells for $15 on Amazon.com. The link on the official website to buy the book leads to the Amazon.com sales page.
- Slow motion weight training requires balance, strength and stamina.
- The book sells for a comparable price to other fitness books.
- The official website reads more like a persona blog than a business website.
- The book does not provide support for dieting and cardiovascular exercise.
- The author suffers from severe arthritis and has trouble completing the workouts.
The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution is a book some dieters may enjoy. The concept of lifting more slowly seems easy, but the muscle fatigues very quickly, making it difficult to complete just one set.