How To Smash Fat Faster


1 Workout Tip To Smash Fat Faster

Live Lean Nation, on today’s episode of Live Lean TV I’m sharing a simple workout tip on how to smash fat faster.

So you’re working out, you’re eating pretty healthy, but you feel like you’re just not burning fat fast enough.

Nod your head right now if you feel what I’m saying!

If so, this is the video for you.

I’m going to share a way I structure my workouts to smash fat faster.

Here’s how to smash fat faster:

First, it’s important to focus the majority of your workouts on resistance training.

I’ve done numerous videos on why resistance training is optimal for fat loss.

But that’s not today’s tip.

Today’s tip on how to smash fat faster is about what you do for just 4 minutes immediately after your 40-45 mins of strength training.

In my best selling 42 day workout program, I call this combination of exercises, the 4 min Afterburners.

4 Minute Afterburners

Immediately after your 45 minute strength training workout is a perfect time to smash fat faster with my 4 min Afterburners.


Because your energy stores (aka your glycogen levels) are already low.

In most cases, this means your stored body fat becomes the primary energy source to fuel the final 4 minute afterburner (aka the workout finisher).

The exercises to add to your 4 minute afterburner need to be challenging so when it’s done, you leave the gym floor with nothing left in the tank.

I prefer bodyweight exercises as the majority of the heavy compound exercises should be done in the beginning of the workout to burn through that stored glycogen.

In my program we’ve designed and provided numerous 4 minute afterburner options.

However, you could also use any of my 4 minute tabata workout videos that I shot for Live Lean TV as your afterburner workout. Click here for my full playlist.

Trust me, these 4 min afterburners are for real.

They help burn a few more calories during the workout, and a whole lot more after you leave the gym.

This is due to the increased metabolic effect they have on your body for many hours following your workout.

Our Live Lean Afterburn users have been loving the results from using them. So if you haven’t picked up your copy of yet, check out all the success stories and transformations from people just like you who have used the foundation program as well as the graduate program at

How To Smash Fat Faster

It’s a tough workout, but it gets results. I hope to see you take the challenge.

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Every workout found in my best-selling Live Lean Afterburn system finishes with a unique fat smashing 4 min afterburner.

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19 responses to “How To Smash Fat Faster

  1. Great vid Brad. I love the empty the tank Idea. Pushing your body and mind
    just a little bit more is a great idea.

  2. I usually brisk walk for an hour after strenght workout, and every other
    day I only do a 15min hiit training… Would you say that 4min tabata is
    better than 1 hour brisk walk after strenght? I know you are a tabata guy,
    but be honest here 🙂

  3. Hey, Brad. First of all, I want to thank you for your videos and all your
    work. I have been a big fan and have been following both of your channels
    for about eight months now, and you have helped me find the motivation to
    start working out again this year and to really commit to living lean.

    I have a question, and I really need your advice on this. Weight training
    is not going to be an option for me this summer, but I already have a
    fairly athletic body and reasonable muscle mass. Is it possible to
    incorporate the after-burn and/or Tabata workouts into an Insanity workout
    schedule (which I know is hardly considered strength training)? I had an
    ATFL injury over two months ago while doing power (knee-tuck) jumps due to
    bad form at the end of a one-hour workout during my second month of
    Insanity, and it’s been quite a while since I’ve fully recovered, and I was
    wondering if somehow, gradually incorporating your high-intensity workouts
    (which have become my favourite to do when I’m not following a program)
    into an intense Insanity workout routine will help maximise my results? I
    realise it’s practically the same (or is it?), but that is all I can do now
    and going to the gym and using weights isn’t an option, and I really want
    to make the most of what I can do now and hopefully maximise my fat loss. I
    have incredibly stubborn fat in my thighs (21.6 in.) and my hips (34.8 and
    29.5 at the hipbone) and waist (31.9) area. I’m 20, 5’6″, and 144 pounds,
    and my body fat percentage 4 months ago was 15.57%. I would really
    appreciate your advice on this, Brad. Thank you.

  4. I love the tabata’s at the end. I have incorporated them into all my other
    workouts. They really do work. Afterburn 2.0 is an excellent program. I
    use all kinds of workout programs and this one is one of the best. If you
    haven’t tried it, do it,. You won’t be disappointed. Thanks for the vid.

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