How To Burn Fat Fast
13th September 2017
If you can get out of bed early to do your work out first thing you’re much more likely to do this regularly compared to those who wait until after work! Get into the habit of getting up, having a healthy breakfast to kickstart your metabolism before your workout.
High-Intensity Interval Training is a far more effective way of burning fat than the old and mind-numbing half hour on a treadmill. Studies show that staying at 80% of your heart rate for around 40 minutes amplifies your metabolism for up to19 hours.
Whether you prefer Little Mix or Nirvana, listening to loud up-tempo music should be a constant in your exercise routine. It increases motivation and provides your body with a healthy rhythm to go on with.
Spot reduction isn’t a fitness myth. Studies have found that targeting stubborn areas with a workout before a prolonged period of cardio can help to shift that pesky fat sooner than you might think.
It’s simple but effective. Wearing a weighted belt can increase your standard calorie burn by around 8%. Or, if you’re lifting, try out something a little heavier. Working with weights should prevent your body from entering the metabolic shutdown that can rear its head during weight loss, it keeps your routine varied and helps to provide physical signs of improvement. But be careful and work slowly. It’s easier to go for the smaller weights and count out a few hundred reps, but the fact is that completing fewer reps with heavier weights is a practice far more conducive to weight loss. Be ambitious but realistic.
Adding a new exercise into your routine can make a big difference and keep you motivated!
It may go against everything you’ve ever known to be true, but going hell for leather early on in your workout may just be the way forward, according to research undertaken by the College of New Jersey. According to them, working harder during the first half of your workout burns fat 23% more efficiently than the other way around.
Above all at Lifestyle Fitness, we believe going to the gym should become a part of your routine, and one that you enjoy. We’re here to help, so if you have any questions about weight loss, please don’t hesitate to ask one of the staff for guidance.
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