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If you are training hard every day but not achieving the results you are looking for you may be overtraining, or eating incorrectly for your lifestyle. To find out how to break through your plateaus and to rev up your metabolic engines to achieve your goals consult with one of ORC’s Holistic Nutritionists or Fitness Specialists.


Tabata Training is one of the latest and great- est ways to lose weight without losing muscle in a very short period of time. The Tabata protocol is named after Izami Tabata a former researcher at Japan’s National Institute of Fit- ness and Sports in Kanoya, Japan. This proto- col is very simple but very intense. The tim- ing for each segment is only 4 minutes but it should be the most intense 4 minutes ever. In this training one exercise will be repeated for 20 seconds at ultra intense intensity followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated continuously for 8 cycles. Classes will alternate one cycle of leg/cardio with, arm, leg, arm and core. This introduction rotation is achievable by enabling all participants to work at their own maximal level. More intensity will be worked into the program as suited with focus on just legs, arms or core for the duration (20 min- utes or 5 cycles).


HITT or Tabata training is not to be done


on consecutive days as this type of training re- quires highest intensity effort. Muscles need to replenish and rest, it can be done every other day with a maximal number of workouts 3 per week.


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