Melt The Fat Away…

Fat, fat and more fat. Everyone is always trying to burn the fat away and a well maintained eating lifestyle and exercise is the best method to use. You must stay consistent in your journey of losing that extra fat.

Your cardio and aerobic activities should be at a minimum of 20-30 minutes at a moderate to high intensity. Every person is different so push yourself, but don’t over do it.

“Aerobic activity done at a moderate intensity (50-75 percent of Maximal Heart Rate [MHR], or within the mythological fat burning zone) appears to burn more actual fat, but does it help with greater fat losses over the longer term? Some researchers suggest not.“

Walking can be used for the following purposes:

  • Assisting with fat burning in the obese (who can’t use other methods).

  • As a low impact activity for the injured.

  • As a moderate activity for recovery purposes (when higher intensity activities might result inovertraining).

  • As a build up to a higher intensity method of aerobics.

A good beginner’s walking program could be as follows:

  • Frequency: three times a week.

  • Intensity: 50-70 percent of MHR.

  • Duration: 20-45 minutes per session

Running can be used for the following purposes:

  • To train aerobically at a higher intensity, and burn more fat as a result.

  • To recruit muscle fibers in the legs, which could add definition and enhance muscle shape.

  • As a sport specific means to improving fitness and athletic performance.

  • As a means to increasing metabolic rate for up to 24 hours.

  • Can help to prevent osteoporosis due to its high impact nature.

Beginners running program:

  • Frequency: three times a week.

  • Intensity: 65-85 percent of MHR.

  • Duration: 20-30 minutes per session.

Information from “Which Cardio Methods Melt Fat The Fastest”

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