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September 26, 2018

Fat Loss and Muscle Building
Interrogation With Zach Even Esh - Part 1
By Zach Even-Esh

Fat Loss and Muscle Building Interrogation With Zach Even Esh - Part 1

Q - Zach, thanks for taking the time to chat with us today! I know you’re a busy guy with your business, your family and work! I understand this is why you created ‘REAL Man Fitness’?

ZE – Thanks for taking the time to interview me. And yep, you hit the nail on the head. I wanted to spread the knowledge to busy man about how I get in better shape every year as a busy man. Regardless of how busy I get I make sure I improve year to year.

Most guys get fatter and weaker as they get busier, and yes, that’s putting it bluntly but I think men need to hear this without sugar coating it.

I’ve ran into old high school friends when I was in my mid 20’s and they already fell of the boat, gaining a good 50 plus pounds! That’s what I call ‘Not giving a sh*t!”

I find this inexcusable for men. We are supposed to be the example of strength, health and vitality. Now that I am in my 30’s as are my friends I see them falling off as well. They tell me they’ll start when this is finished or when this or that gets taken care of, but this or that never happens and they never start exercising on a regular basis.

My workouts most of the time are approximately 20 minutes but I can get the job done with others in less time.

Fat Loss and Muscle Building Interrogation With Zach Even Esh - Part 1

Q - No offense, but I think anything under 20 minutes is cutting it short. Can someone really get results in 10, 15 or 20 minutes a few times a week?

ZE – It does sound insane and years ago I would have said “No way” as well, but, the average trainee is not an advanced lifter, they are often deconditioned and exercise rarely if at all.

Also, for the advanced lifter, such as myself (I’ve been training since age 13, that’s over 17 years of training!) and I get busy in 15 – 20 minutes.

I use full body movements, train with intensity and rest very little between sets. Men should not be afraid to work hard, consistent effort is critical if results are to come. Most people give up their training program after a few weeks because they haven’t lost 15 or 20 lbs in 30 days.

I have been getting great results with short workouts but I also work hard, I don’t mess around when I train. Then again, some people prefer to do lazy type workouts with lots of talking and sitting involved. I don’t necessarily call them “workouts” but some people love just being in the gym and getting some blood flowing.

REAL Man Fitness workouts are about getting results.

Q - What should men do to keep consistent to an exercise program?

ZE – Most men get discouraged because they are so busy. They join the gym, drive there, get a trainer who gets them on a workout with straight sets and steady state aerobics, then they drive home, shower and before they know it, it’s late at night, they missed dinner with the family, the kids went to sleep and hours from their day have been wasted from their commuting and ineffective workouts.

The straight sets are not advisable for results or saving time. You can cut your workout time in half simply by performing two movements back to back. For example, here’s a workout you would perform after 5 – 7 minutes of a dynamic warm up:

  • 1A) pull ups 3 x max reps

  • 1B) dumbbell shoulder squats 3 x 8 – 12 reps

  • 2A) feet elevated push ups 3 x max reps

  • 2B) bodyweight forward lunges 3 x 10 each

  • 3A) v ups x 10

  • 3B) knee tucks x 10

  • 3C) plank x 30 seconds

It doesn’t take a lot to get an intense muscle building, fat burning workout in. If you don’t have a lot of experience you can begin with one superset of each movement and then build up to 3 supersets of each.

I also believe in training at home or in your backyard and nearby playgrounds if you want to save time on the commute. I can get my workout finished in the time it takes most people to drive TO the gym!

Go to part II of our REAL Man Fitness Interrogation with Zach Even – Esh.


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