Why Your Body HOLDS On To Fat

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Do You Wonder Why…No Matter HOW HARD you workouts…



Your Body Still Holds On To Fat?


According to Dr Kareem Samhouri, CSCS, HFS, Neuro Metabolic Fat Loss Expert


~ who will be joining me on an exclusive Coaching Call tomorrow on
How To Workout To Accelerate Fat Loss ~

your body is actually programmed to hold onto fat!


Even more shocking…You’ve designed it that way!

If you are ready to break this cycle, listen up to what Dr. K has to say!

“Your body needs to understand that it’s time to shape itself, shed fat, and build muscle. Your body needs to increase its own signal and communication before allowing you to progress in strength and dominate your fat.
Your body holds onto fat because it feels you are endangering it.

Plain and simple.

You hold onto fat because your body is worried about you.

…and with good reason, and all due respect.

With that said, it’s not your fault.

If you fully understood the language of your body, you’d let it know that everything’s
ok and you’re just making choices that make you happy.

…or do they?

I’d like to teach you the best communication strategy to your body so that you can begin restoring it and signaling to your central nervous system that it’s time to enhance function and progress self.


It all starts with alignment…


Body Alignment


Body alignment ultimately dictates whether or not pain receptor response is being signaled from your joints to your brain, asking muscles to turn off.

When joints are out of position, it’s like putting two pointy objects against each other at a diagonal. The chances are, one of them can break very quickly with just a bit of pressure. As a result, your brain tells your muscles to turn off and back down.

No wonder it’s taking you more to build your metabolism… muscle = metabolism, and your muscles might not even be turning on… or they might be 30% efficient.

This is the most under-diagnosed situation I see in people who are trying to get fit. Less muscle fires during exercises than their counterparts who shed fat in weeks instead of months.

With this in mind, don’t you think we should learn how to activate muscle a bit more easily?

Build joint alignment for increased muscle signaling. Then, work muscles at different speeds and angles. Lastly, think about what you’re doing.

Let’s talk about each one:

Working Muscles At Different Speeds

Your muscles are composed of Type I, Type IIa, and Type IIb fibers. This refers to the amount of oxygen (left) to glucose (right) the muscle fiber relies on for energy. In a type IIb fiber, it’s purely glycolytic, or sugar-consuming. These are the fast-twitch muscles and they don’t last long.

Summary point:

Sprint fibers don’t last long… duh! (but they eat sugar – that’s cool)

After your Type IIb muscle fibers tire out, your Type IIa fibers kick in, burning up your excess sugar-based energy and beginning to consume surrounding oxygen molecules bound to hemoglobin in the area. This lasts for about 60-120 seconds.

Summary point:

‘Average’ fibers last for 1-2 minutes (but they help us keep going and also eat sugar – pretty cool.)

Following Type IIa fatigue, your Type I muscle fibers rely solely on oxygen and help you finish your set. Now, you’re working in the presence of oxygen, building endurance, and healing joints… which, as you might imagine, is an important signal to your brain to turn muscle back on.

Summary point:

Slow fibers eat oxygen, which is needed for adequate circulation and healing of joints. If joints feel they are endangered, your brain turns off surrounding muscles and pads the joint with fat. (we need these guys!)

Working Muscles At Different Angles

Depending on the muscle, muscle fibers may run in as many as 3-5 different directions. This means that angular variety to exercise is very important to stimulate full muscle contractions. This is the reason that people do incline bench press as well as bench, but is this really it? Have we reached all of the fibers?

Just by doing bench press, incline bench press, butterfly, and decline bench press we haven’t hit all of the fibers.

I humbly discovered something when I first mastered anatomy. Having spent hundreds if not a thousand hours in the anatomy lab, I now have X-Ray vision with exercise. I can tell when a muscle is being stressed properly, or when malalignment is taking place ever so slightly. This is what I do.

Well, as it turns out, muscle actions dictate whether or not a muscle fiber is being recruited. For example, the pecs have 3 actions: Adduction (moving arm towards your other arm), Flexion (raise arm up), Internal Rotation of the humerus (turn thumb down)

So, in order to hit all fibers of the pecs, you’d need to add all three movements at different angles.

Think About What You’re Doing

Your muscles contract because of 2 areas in your brain. First is your Pre-Motor Area; second is your Motor Area, or movement execution center. You’ll want to use both centers if you want to maximize signal to your muscle.

Your pre-motor area is where you plan movement. Movement planning efficiency can actually yield up to 30% greater contractile strength. So, in short, if you can think about and properly visualize a movement before executing it, you can lift 30% more weight, and get results 30% faster.

Your motor area is where you send the command to move. So long as your joints are properly aligned and there’s no acute danger or injury, your body is primed to activate as much muscle as possible.

Sweet deal, huh?

I really hope that you’ll consider these points when exercising.”

~ Dr K.


Are you ready to rediscover your exercise potential?



How about some exclusive tips and strategies to help you

TEACH your body to Burn More Fat?


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Then you do not want to miss this bonus Coaching Call with Dr. K

on Tuesday, August 31st at 12:00 pm Noon EST

Click Here for Call Details-> How To Workout To Accelerate Fat Loss

If you have any questions, please submit prior to the call. If you are unable to make it LIVE on Tuesday, just stop by the same webpage for the replay which will only be up for ONE WEEK!

Dr. K will be covering…

* Nervous system integration to fat loss programming – how to activate more muscle and get results faster

* Common reasons for plateaus and what to do to bust through

* Exercising around joint pains and still getting effective, fat loss workouts

* The Triple M Method – for FAST fat loss results

* and MORE!

This is going to be an Information Packed call on why your body holds on to fat! You are not going to want to miss this.

Call Details are here -> How To Workout To Accelerate Fat Loss

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9 Responses to “Why Your Body HOLDS On To Fat”

  1. Connie says:

    I haven’t had a chance to listen to the whole replay, but Holly I just wanted to say that I’m so impressed with Dr. K as a resource. I just happened to stumble upon him last week before you mentioned him and noticed that a lot of your workouts match what he teaches. Thank you for this. There sure is a lot to think about.

  2. Kia Komadina says:

    This is facinating information!!! Can’t wait to hear the call!

  3. Angie H. says:

    Thanks so much, Holly and Dr. K! I am looking forward to hearing the replay when it’s up. What fascinating information!

  4. Selene says:

    Oh, good, this is at a time that I think I can make it! Looking forward to it – thanks for arranging this, Holly!

  5. MaryD says:

    This is great info! I can’t wait to hear the call! Thanks for all you provide for us, Holly!

  6. Ashley Ward says:

    I will not be able to catch it live, but would love to hear the playback. That was a very interesting article.

  7. Denise says:

    Very interesting stuff!!! Thanks Holly for always finding the most update to date info for us!!

  8. Susan says:

    I won’t be able to catch it live, but will be really interested to listen to the playback. This is very good info. Thanks for making this available. I honestly appreciate the level of education you provide, Holly! Thanks so much!!!

  9. Dani says:

    Awesome!!!! Can’t wait for the play back call. Real interesting stuff! Good work Dr K :-) and thank you Holly for giving us these priceless resources. Xx Dani

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