Guerrilla Cardio: Your most powerful weapon for fighting fat Here’s the problem: You can develop the best darn set of abs this side of the big river; but if they’re all covered up by fat, what’s to show off?
Nothing but a big fat belly, that’s what. Here’s the solution: Wage war on that ornery abdominal fat with Guerrilla Cardio. It’ll “free” your dear abbies from that prison cell of cellulite faster than any other cardio program ever developed.
“So just what is Guerrilla Cardio?” you ask. Well, it’s an eight-week, militant aerobics alternative specifically designed for folks short on time and “fed up” with abdominal fat—or just plain body fat in general.
The premise is simple: Rather than waste half your day lazily plodding along in the so-called “fat-burning zone” on the Lifecycle or treadmill, hoping the fat melts off before you die of boredom, you radically pick up the pace and alternate bouts of 20-second maximum-effort sprinting with 10-second periods of rest. You do eight of these gut-busting intervals.
And all told, excluding the warm-up and cool-down, it’ll take you only four short minutes a day, three days a week. Yep, you read right … FOUR lousy minutes a day, THREE days a week. That’s it!
“C’mon, four minutes!?” you say, incredulous as Arnold Schwarzeneggers watching an infomercial for the Ab Slide. “Bull——!”
I know, I know … in an age when we’re bombarded by suspect quick-fix fat-loss strategies—if you can even call things like thigh creams, “fat blockers” and prescription diet pills in and of themselves “strategies” for losing fat—what I’m proposing is indeed enough to sound most people’s “BS” alarm.