3 FASTEST Fat Burning Exercises FOR MEN! (GET RID OF BELLY FAT!)


What’s up Champ! I’m Vince Del Monte of GeneExpressionTraining.com In this video I’m going to teach you the THREE FASTEST FAT BURNING EXERCISES EVER We are going to help you lose your belly fat
without cardio. This is the next workout A part of the Screw Cardio Series I call this one the MAN MAKER Get Ready! So what we’re doing today are called “Contrast Ladders” Alright. Contrast Ladders are a very superior way of getting more volume, getting more weight from week to week. And let me show you how we’re going to do
it. I’m also going to provide modifications at
the end of the video depending what your fitness level is. For all the intermediate and advanced guys, the way we’re going to do this today is going to be more than enough. Alright. You’re gonna have to bring your “A Game” Let’s get into the details. So we’ve got 3 exercises and you’re gonna
be doing them in a circuit. Exercise One are Rack Pull Deadlifts Okay. So I don’t want you deadlifting from the floor. It’s just going to be too challenging. I want you to find a position where you can
elevate the plates so that you can really load your muscle system. Alright. You can load your lats, you can load your
legs, you can load your core. Alright. I want your muscles to be doing the work. I don’t want you to be using momentum to get this off the floor. Alright. That’s exercise one. Exercise Two are Military Presses Standing Overhead. If you’ve got an issue with the barbell, I don’t have an issue with you doing dumbbells. No problem at all. Exercise Three are any variations of Chin
Ups or Pull Ups. As you can see the footage roll here, you’re gonna see me change my grip from set to set as I get fatigued to help me manage the fatigue that’s 100% acceptable which also is pretty
cool because you’re gonna get a lot of different angles
in. Alright. To do all the reps we’ve got involved here
with just one grip, that’s just gonna be way too brutal. Alright. So I’m OK with you going wide grip and then wide neutral and then underhand grip and then
close neutral. So play with these different grips to get
all the reps. Now here’s how the Contrast Ladder works. Get ready for this. For the First round you’re doing 10 reps. But then you’re gonna do 1 rep, alright so you get a bit of a break. And then you do 9 reps and then you get a
bit of a break you do 2 reps And then 8 reps, and you get a bit of a break
with 3 reps And then you come back in opposite directions Alright. I posted this up on the screen here so you
can take a picture. I can put in the description for you guys
as well But this is how this workout is gonna break
down. Alright. So in total you’re doing 110 reps for each
exercise. That’s 330 muscle producing, fat burning,
metabolism building reps Alright. This is a lot of volume. But the volume is managed very intelligently
here because how you’re gonna start the workout off going
hard. 10 reps, right. So as opposed to me telling you to do like
10 sets of 11 with a certain weight, you’re gonna gas out. Alright. This is gonna let you get more work done and that’s the name of the game when you wanna
strip fat and build muscle. Volume. We need to intelligently add more volume over
time. What I also want you to focus on doing from
week to week with this workout is to add more weight, but
keep the weight the same. Alright. So if you could add more weight, and keep
the weight the same, that means you’re progressing
and you’re gonna strip more fat, you’re gonna
build more muscle, and you’re not ever gonna need to step on
a treadmill ever. Now this workout is done once per week maximum. If you can do this workout more than once
per week, you’re either on drugs, a genetic freak, or
you’re not doing it properly. Some of you guys plug this into your month
or two times like every other week, it’s going to be more
than sufficient. Don’t underestimate the power of quality training
with the rest periods. You’re gonna take roughly 30 seconds between
each exercise. But you’ll find going from 10 to 1 you don’t
need 30 seconds. You might take a little less, but on average,
you’re taking 30 seconds. [We’re halfway right now] [At 24 minutes halfway] [Anybody can start this workout. The question is… can you finish it? Alright. The goal now is to finish stronger than when
we started.] The whole goal here, as you’ve seen me do,
is to time the workout. I want you to know how long it takes you to
do this workout. For me, it took me 54 minutes. Alright. 54 minutes for me to get all the reps. Now near the end of the workout when I’m coming
back up, when I’m 7, 8, 9, 10 – I’m losing reps and
that’s normal. And I’m rest pausing to try and get some extra
reps. Now you will not be able to get 7, 8, 9, 10
reps on the later half of the workout because of the fatigue,
but you’re gonna be able to get a couple of extra
and then that’s your goal so either add more weight next week or you keep
the weight the same and try and get all the reps that
you missed from the previous week. Okay. Does that make sense? So there’s always progression built in. You’re always doing more. A couple of tips with the exercises here guys. So with the deadlifts, for on the lower reps
coming up you notice I’m doing an overhand grip, but
the as I’m getting to the higher reps I’m using an
alternating grip. I like switching from side to side to I don’t
create imbalances in my lats so that I don’t blow
out my biceps. That’s totally acceptable. OK. For the next exercise on the shoulders we can do a bit of a push press. Not a problem at all. But try and keep your core locked down, drive your feet through the floor and as you press the bar up, I want you to reach for the ceiling. I want you to let your scalpula roll up and I really want you to
feel your shoulders work. No partial ranges here. Really reach for the ceiling. Finally on the third exercise as I mentioned, it’s OK to switch up your grips from wide
overhand to neutral wide to underhand medium, to neutral
close to alternated grip. That’s totally acceptable. Alright. So you’ve got a lot of tools here to get all this volume. I call this workout the Man Maker because
it’s a fantastic metaphor for life. A lot of people go to the gym, you know they
start careers, they start marriages, they start ’em off strong, but then they fade
out. They don’t finish. They quit and that’s representative of how
a lot of us approach our workouts. We go to the gym and we start off strong,
right. All out. Right. But then we gas out. And the guys that follow me, we’re finishers. We’re not starters. Alright. So this workout is gonna train you mentally
to finish the workout stronger than when you started. Alright. You’re gonna have to kick it up a notch. You’re gonna mentally have to switch it on
when you get to the halfway point in this workout. Alright And that’s my goal for you. Not just in the gym, but in life. I want you guys to have a better second half
of your life than the first half of your life. A lot of guys. They peak in high school. Or they peak in University. They peak in their mid 20’s and then it’s
all downhill. Not us. The second half of our life gets better. We start accelerating. We start passing those guys that went too hard at the start And this workout is gonna remind you to translate
these same qualities into how you should enjoy your life
for an incredible life as well. Alright guys. If you enjoyed the Man Maker. If you’re gonna give it a go, be sure to give this video a
thumbs up, give this video a share, this is a part of our Screw Cardio Series, so we’re teaching people how to get shredded
and build muscle without going on the treadmill, without spending
their time on the bike. Those are the least effective ways to lose
fat. It’s the slowest way to lose fat and it produces
a weak and scrawny looking body. You start adding these in once per week, your body will change fast. If you want to incorporate this style of training
year long, I’ve got a program called Shredded In Six You can order it through the link on the screen
here or here first link or the first link in the description
box and you can get an entire year’s worth of
workouts like this that will help you shred fat fast. You just gotta do these once per week switch them up when you plateau and you’ll never stop losing fat. Alright. You’ll get as lean as you want you’ll get that six pack you’re gonna look amazing you’re gonna feel amazing and you’re gonna be fitter than ever. Alright. So check out Shredded In Six. If you like this workout, you’ll love that
program. It’s my non-fat cardio system. Thank’s so much for watching. If you guys enjoyed this workout, you know what to do. Give it a thumbs up. Share it with your friends who need a more superior way of losing fat. And let’s show everyone how to get shredded
by Screwing Cardio. I’ll see you guys next time.

100 thoughts on “3 FASTEST Fat Burning Exercises FOR MEN! (GET RID OF BELLY FAT!)

  1. This is dumb as fuck. Get your diet in check. A caloric deficit is absolutely necessary for losing weight. You can't target belly fat.

  2. Way too many critics in these comments! This guy knows his stuff. Ive been training for 30 years. Cardio is the slowest way to burn fat. Use other exercises to suit preferences.

  3. I think I'm going to add this in once a week, but add a back squat as a 4th move (maybe I'm crazy). If I did that, is there a place you would recommend adding the squats into the order of moves? I much prefer this training over hours on the treadmill!

  4. If any of you are wondering you don’t burn fat in specific areas. So “burning belly fat” only doesn’t exist only burning fat in general

  5. But you have belly… 16% – 18% body fat. False statements just to sell your workout. Greed overtakes facts. You can lose fat without doing cardio but nutrition is the key there not some cross-fit workout that will only build endurance and without focusing on diet, with this plan you will plateau very quickly. Why is this in my recommended..

  6. Shit works…I’ve been doing this for a year and this is as even as my body has ever been …u will be totally drained after this

  7. Looks like a tough workout. Love to try it! Only problem is, I'd be pretty pissed if anyone at my gym tied up a squat rack for almost an hour.

  8. Looks awesome but if I spend 50+ mins on the rack half the people in my gym are going to be queuing up for a long time!😂

  9. Before I commit to this gotta know it there's any replacement exercises to the pull up/chin ups. Im an old guy with fairly decent strength compared to men half my age. Im a big guy. My left shoulder has all kinds of issues ranging from my psoriatic arthritis to at times being somewhat frozen. I cand push my way through the discomfort and pain for most lifts including still being able to bench 400+ However pressing overhead or hanging with my hand externally rotated is so painful that I can't get many reps in let alone free hanging.

  10. What percentage of 10 rep Max is advised to use with this? I assume being 10 is the highest rep count that you wouldn't use your 10 rep Max with this kind of volume. Sorry if this was discussed in the video and I missed it.

  11. I'm in the 2nd half of my life, like 65 years old, …knees and lower back…dead lifting etc. aren't going to work for me.

  12. I dont know any person working on their belly fat being able to do 100+ pullups without assistance. Not to mention, you are not even doing a proper pullup. You are using all biceps.

  13. What if I can’t do that many pull ups? Like say a guy can only do like 2-3 pull ups? What do you do then? Asking for a friend.

  14. Think I'll try this! Do you have any hints or fillers for pull-ups?

    I dropped 120lbs by going way too strong on cardio so I'm currently trying to build my strength up and pull-ups are tricky for me…. at least at that number of them.

  15. Also, learn to throw some good punches in case someone tries to beat your ass for taking up all the equipment and space… lol….good workout though….

  16. What exercise can I do instead of pull-ups or chin-ups? I will be having shoulder surgery and need to substitute.

  17. 3 exercises only repeatedly for almost an hour is boring as fvck.
    Workouts have to be fun to aid continuity, unless it's no more than punishment

  18. hey vince im only 13 but ive been working for about 4 months and i really wanna try your workout but i cant do a pullup and im wondering if that will affect this workout alot or if maybe u could give me a tip on how to improve my pullups id really appreciate it if u responded

  19. Isn’t cardio in reference to working the heart muscle? I believe that is different then fat burning workouts.

  20. OK, so at 53 i did this Saturday morning but it is my first time so i didn't go too heavy. I am feeling the pain today but I still played basket ball with my son this morning.

  21. This is how I did that. 9-1…5-5….1-9 or 4…10…4. 5 exercies Pull up, Dedlift (85-90kg), Squat ( 85kg), Dip or Bench Press(80-90kg), Military Press ( 2x20kg or 2x22kg). 50-55 min. To achive this time I have to make first elevation almost without breaks. My weight is 87-89kg. But Im older then planet Earth ( 47). Vince's exercies are very good. Greetings from PL

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