BBSU Circuit Protocols

Partner Emily, we want to share with you, exactly why we have created the BBSU Circuit Protocols System.

We had decided we wanted to help 100 000 females achieve the body of their dreams via our advice, guidance and our workout systems by 2020.

We are so proud to announce that 10 months into our 8 year goal, we have already achieved what we set out.

With all the great feedback we receive, we understand the importance of needs, but more importantly the importance that needs, need to be met.

As a fitness professional, Author, Coach and mentor, to hundreds of other fitness professionals, I am yet to see anything close to this entire system.

But first this is a MUST READ: especially if you have ever struggled to melt away unwanted body fat.

Think of Hormones as being like the mail-man, they act like the messengers from your organs to your cells within your body.

In this report we will be looking at 3 different hormones in particular and how they affect your fat loss journey.

1. A breakdown of muscle protein, leading to the release of amino acids (which are the "building blocks" of protein) into the bloodstream.

2. These amino acids are then used by the liver to synthesize glucose for energy, in a process called gluconeogenesis.

5. Cortisol also leads to the release of so-called fatty acids, an energy source from fat cells, for use by the muscles.

Taken together, these energy-directing processes prepare the individual to deal with stresses and ensure that the brain receives adequate energy sources.

Fat storage and more specifically belly fat storage & Muscle breakdown, yes Cortisol will breakdown all that hard earned muscle, and as we know, it is the muscle that helps us burn body fat.

“higher Cortisol levels in overweight adolescents also contribute to increased trunk fat and higher lipid levels”

Cortisol is known as the stress hormone, and I am not just speaking about being stressed out because you are late to a meeting, I am talking about all types of stressors such as:

Chemical – this can be caused by chemical products we use, such as cleaning products and personal care items

Nutritional – this is caused by poor food quality, but most of the time poor food choices, such as highly proceed and high saturated fat choices

Studies have shown that overweight people have lower GH levels and high Cortisol levels than lean individuals…