MetaPWR is a 30-minute, metabolic resistance workout, combining bodyweight and weighted compound exercises with little rest to maximize calorie burn and increase the metabolic rate during and after the workout.

Let’s take a deeper look at MetaPWR:

1) MetaPWR Uses Large Muscle Groups

“Compound exercises” are types of exercises that require a maximum amount of energy because multiple joints are involved like a Squat with a Press. Sitting down and doing a biceps curl is the exact opposite of hard core metabolic resistance training.

2) MetaPWR is High Intensity

MetaPWR is high-intensity anaerobic exercise that makes you breathless. If you are completing a MetaPWR workout and you are not breathing hard and sweating, something is wrong. Ideally, you should be lifting as heavy as you can and resting as little as possible between sets.

From a 1 to 10 scale, MetaPWR is around 6 to 8 in terms of metabolic intensity (Metafit 8 to 10). If you are doing very metabolic workouts all the time, your body may not be able to recover properly. Hence, the reason you shouldn’t do Metafit or MetaPWR every day.

3) MetaPWR Makes You Feel The Burn

MetaPWR should help create a burning sensation in your muscles as you are working out. So by your last rep of a given exercise, you should be feeling a burn in your muscles. While the depth of the muscle stimulation from MetaPWR is not as deep as a bodybuilding program where you hit one muscle the entire workout, it’s still significant.

4) MetaPWR burns calories

The calorie burn during a 30-minute MetaPWR workout is easily around 500 calories, but it also increases metabolic rate from anywhere between 10% to 25% for up to 24 hours, with some studies showing an increase in metabolic rate for up to even 72 hours with this type of training. This equates to hundreds of extra calories, which over the course of a few workouts can become significant.

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