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Are You Working Out And Still Not Losing Weight?

Here is a unique system that will help you lose more weight.

Listen, I get it.

You’re working out hard.

You’re putting in the time and effort.

You’re showing up and doing the workouts.

But still, you’re not losing any more weight. For whatever reason, no matter what you do or how hard you work, you are still not losing weight. Sure, it was working like gang busters when you first started but now, you find yourself at a standstill. IT.IS.FRUSTRATING.

Let me say this.

You are not alone.

We’ve all been there.

The good news is that there is a solution.

The first thing you need to do is shift your perspective a bit and forget about what you heard about losing weight and getting fit.

Losing weight is part of the body transformation process. It is not a “Stand Alone” process and certainly not the end goal. That is the first thing you need to understand when it comes to working out and losing weight. Remember, it is about body transformation and NOT about losing weight. The second thing you need to understand is that the body transformation process is DYNAMIC. If losing weight is part of a dynamic process than common sense dictates that losing weight is also dynamic. Your long term weight loss success MUST have a dynamic process in place.

Now, here is where the problem lies.

99.90% of the information we see in print (magazines) and in the digital world is based on a static model. If losing weight is part of a dynamic process (body transformation) BUT the majority of the information we read in the magazines and online are static in nature, the workout routines and diet you have been following are destined to fail. It is only a matter of time. All static programs have an end date and after that date, it won’t work anymore. Let me give you an example. Let’s say you are standing in line at the grocery store and you see a magazine stating that you can lose 25 pounds in 10 days (like the one below). Wow, that really catches the eye. So, you buy the magazine and take it home with a hopeful optimism that this is the answer you’ve been looking for.

You read through the article and it gives you a diet plan and a short home workout plan that you are sure you can follow. The workout plan looks simple enough which looks something like this:

  • Toe touches x 12

  • Running on the spot x 2 minutes

  • Burpees x 30

  • Knee push ups x 8

  • Body weight squats x 12

  • Lunges x 12

  • Ab crunches x 12

  • Bicycle crunches x 20

You are to perform this home workout routine each day. If you have never worked out before, this routine is going to work. Especially if you are following a meal plan designed to help you lose weight. For the first 10 days you are going to lose weight, maybe not 25 pounds but you are going to lose weight.

That is great news!

However, this workout routine is static and losing weight is part of a dynamic process (body transformation). This can only mean one thing - There is an expiration date on this program. Over time, this routine will stop delivering results and ultimately will come to a halt.

I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news but that is the cold hard truth about working out and losing weight.

Now, if there was a dynamic element built into this routine that would be a different story.

You may be wondering, what is a dynamic “body transformation” process, which losing weight is a part of. I am going to break it down for you in 3 simple stages.

Stage 1: Body Adaptation

Working out forces your muscles to work harder than they have which causes them to get stronger and grow. As your muscles get stronger they will draw in more calories and nutrients in order to sustain new growth levels. You will start to lose weight as your muscles adapt to your exercise program.

This period usually lasts for 2 weeks, as your body adapts. Remember, your body is adapting to your new exercise program and it during this time that you will experience weight loss.

Once your body adapts to your workout routine, it will reach a point called "equilibrium”. At equilibrium, your strength levels will have matched your exercise program which means there is no reason for your body to lose additional weight or get stronger.

This is where EVERYONE gets it wrong.

In the example above (using the sample workout routine) your muscles will fully adapt to the new routine and will yield no additional results.

The trick is to move your body into transition which leads to transformation.

Stage 2: Body Transition

The trick here is to NOT allow your body to fully adapt (to a workout routine). By adding dynamic elements into your existing program, you can keep your muscles from fully adapting and start moving into body transformation.

Here is what I mean. Let’s take the above routine as an example.

· Toe touches x 12

· Running on the spot x 2 minutes

· Burpees x 30

· Knee push ups x 8

· Body weight squats x 12

· Lunges x 12

· Ab crunches x 12

· Bicycle crunches x 20

To make this routine more dynamic we need to add some additional intensity (which you follow for an additional 2 weeks).

· Toe touches x 15

· Running on the spot combined with lateral shifts x 2 minutes

· Burpees x 40

· Knee push ups combined with dumbbell curls x 10

· Body weight squats combined with stiff leg dead lifts x 14

· Lunges x 16

· Ab crunches combines with bicycle crunches x 25

· Hook and knee x 25 (each leg)

You see what I did here? I’ve added “transition elements” into the program which will force your muscles to work slightly harder which doesn’t allow them to fully adapt. Doing so will keep your body working therefore losing more body weight (specifically body fat).

Doing this will prep your body for transformation. The transition phase lasts anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks.

Stage 3: Body Transformation

Moving into transformation is where your body is ready for true weight loss and muscle tone.

I will be very honest with you, not too many make it to transformation.

Why? It’s because they are stuck in the adaptation phase, moving from one program to the next in an endless adaptation cycle which often leads to failure.

When it comes to working out and losing weight, this is where you want to be. Now, let’s take a look at what a transformation workout routine looks like.

Day 1 and 3:

Warm up: toe touches x 20

Circuit 1:

Running on the spot

Lateral shifts


High knees

Circuit 2:

Hook and knee

Jumping jacks

Front Scotties

Wall push ups

Circuit 3:

Bicycle crunches

Ankle grabs

Dead bugs

Cool down: Hand raises

Day 2 and 5

Warm up: Arm circles x 50

Circuit 1:

Dumbbell curls

Triceps kickbacks

Front dumbbell raises

Circuit 2:

Dumbbell rows

Bent over dumbbell laterals

Standing dumbbell press

Circuit 3

Dumbbell squats

Stiff leg deadlifts

Dumbbell swings

Cool down: Side to side reach backs

If you don’t know what a circuit set is, check out the video below:

This is a transformation workout routine that will ensure you keep losing weight and toning up your muscles. Transformation will take another 3 to 8 weeks.

Can you see the progression?

This is the body transformation pyramid

A static routine keeps you in the adaptation phase (where it will eventually fail).

However, a dynamic process will keep your body moving forward and ensure that you keep losing weight and getting stronger.

Here’s the thing you have to remember. A body transformation process is a staged system that allows you to move forward in a safe manner.

You only move forward when your body is strong enough. This will keep injuries to a minimum and keep you moving forward.

If you follow this body transformation process, I am 100% confident that you will reach your goals A LOT sooner. Questions? Send me a message on my Facebook page at:

Or comment below.

Remember, keep moving forward and never give up! Blake Bissaillion Creator of the 30 Day Belly Be Gone Challenge!

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