By now you’ve probably seen this article on BleacherReport.com about the importance of fat burning workouts.

The author writes, “I’ve been training for months to be fit and I’ve struggled with a low bodyfat, and I’m just about to give it a try.

This is what I’ve been doing. 

I have been burning fat, and the only way to get there is to be lean.”

As I’ve mentioned, this article came from a recent workout that I did to help me build a more muscular body.

This was a 5 day weight training program that was built around the exercises I’d done in the gym and included heavy resistance training, running, and swimming.

The exercise I used was the fat burning interval and it was very challenging.

I ended up with about 7lbs of muscle, but not quite enough to compete at the next meet, which was held a few weeks later.

Since I wasn’t in shape, I decided to try and train the rest of the month at home with the goal of losing weight in the coming months.

When I first started out, I was in a bad place because I was overweight.

But after I started training with my bodybuilding buddy, Mike, I started to see the benefits.

Mike had done the fat burning circuit for over a decade and he knew that I needed to make progress.

He said that it was time for me to start to make some progress.

We both started with the same weight, about 225lbs, but we both decided to add in other bodyweight exercises to increase our total muscle mass.

We also decided to do a high volume of cardio and resistance training at the same time.

At the start of our fat burning routine, we would perform 20-30 sets of 10-15 reps of one of the bodybuilding exercises.

As we got closer to the next set, we did 10 sets of 5 reps of the fat burn exercise.

In the end, Mike said that he had to stop because I wasn “getting fat.”

I agreed and said, “Well, I guess I’m gonna have to do the fat building circuit again.”

At first, it wasn’t a big deal because we both felt like we were doing it right.

But as we got to the last set of 10 reps, we noticed that I wasn