A MET is the Metabolic Equivalent of Task. It is a measure of expressing the energy cost of physical activities. A MET is defined as the ratio of metabolic rate (and the rate of energy consumption) during a specific physical activity to a reference metabolic rate.
MET is used as a means of expressing the intensity and energy expenditure of exercise in a way to compare among persons of different weight. Actual energy expenditure in calories during an activity depends on the person’s body mass. Therefore, the energy cost of the same activity will be different for persons of different weight (a bigger person will burn more calories–in theory—than a smaller person).
However, since the Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) is also dependent on body mass in a similar way (the more muscle you have, the more calories you can—in theory—burn), it is assumed that the ratio of this energy cost to the RMR of each person will remain more or less stable for the specific activity and thus independent of each person’s weight.
What does this all mean?
It means that METBurn is a way to increase strength, build muscle, improve your conditioning, and blast fat and calories in a short period of time!
METBurn is what I’ve been using with my coaching clients since 2009. It is a form of strength and metabolic conditioning that is performed in a short period of time while delivering results equal to or better than training for 60 minutes or longer three or more times each week.
I have been searching for the Minimum Effective Dose (MED) of training for more than 10 years. After training hundreds of clients, I have concluded that three, 30-45 minute sessions each week is the MED of training to get results—when you do it right.
METBurn is THE way to train for better results!