Density Training Workout


Looking to torch fat but tired of boring cardio sessions? Try density training. This article features intense 20, 30 and 40 minutes twice a week fat loss workout sessions.

Brad Borland is a strength & conditioning specialist, cancer survivor and the founder of WorkoutLab. You don’t need to do cardio to lose body fat! At least not the traditional, slow, steady and boring kind. There’s more than one way to strip the extra baggage and reveal a more impressive muscular physique faster than you thought possible.

Does this look like your usual training day: Lift weights for an hour, perform boring cardio for 30 to 45 minutes, pray the fat burns off and repeat? This can become a bit of a slow repetitive cycle yielding little to no results. So, what’s the solution? More cardio? Longer training sessions?density-training

Let’s do the opposite. Let’s shorten your training time, pack your training with only quality tactics and finally get into some serious freaking shape!

Main Goal Lose Fat
Workout Type Split
Training Level Beginner
Days Per Week 2
Equipment Required Barbell, Bodyweight, Dumbbells, EZ Bar, Other
Target Gender Male & Female
Author Brad Borland

Enter Density Training

The principle of density training is nothing new. Many other cleverly-named systems propose similar training tactics but the common thread remains the same: pack your training with the most effective techniques possible, in a short period with minimal wasted time.

We’ve all heard of nutrient density: low calorie but highly nutritious food. Training density works the same way: more bang in less time.

Below are several programs for different lengths of time utilizing some of the most effective and time efficient techniques to finally get that physique you have toiled over for so long. Not for the faint of heart, these programs WILL get you results; you just have to be willing to put in the discipline and intensity required.