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How to use exercise to lose fat, battle depression and get you through your divorce with Brad Borland

One of the best things that we can do to take care of ourselves while going through a divorce is to exercise. Why because when we exercise our brains releases endorphins, and what those beautiful brain chemicals do is interact with receptors in your head to reduce your perception of pain and they can also act as sedatives. As a matter of fact exercise rivals the best antidepressants as an effective treatment for depression.

To talk to us about the best ways to release endorphins and get shredded is fitness guru Brad Borland. Brad is the founder of Workout Lab. Brad has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Kinesiology (human kinetics). He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He has Competed as a drug-free natural bodybuilder. He also provides strength and conditioning coaching for clients. He writes for numerous magazines and websites including MuscleandStrength.comBodybuilding.com and PrimerMagazine.com.

Brad talks about:

Brad shares his best diet technique for getting results.
Find out what the hottest “new” training method is.
Why you should exercise during your divorce.
The importance of harnessing and building discipline.
Why you should start slowly when starting an exercise routine.
How to slowly build your work routine so that you stick with it.
What the best types of exercises are for battling depression and releasing endorphins.
What the top kinds of workouts are for loosing fat and reshaping your body.
Find out what the minimum amount of exercise that you need to do to get the most results.
Discover which is more important: diet or exercise.
Learn about best type of diets for loosing fat and maintaining mental health.
How to use intermittent fasting to get weight loss results.
The importance of getting back to your workout routine once you slip off.
Learn what the biggest mistakes that guys make when starting out an exercise routine.

You can find out more about brad at Workout Lab.net. He has a great beginner workout at http://workoutlab.net/the-beginner-workout-plan/#more-2491.  Also check out MuscleandStrength.com for great diet tips and exercise routines.