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How to do fat burning workouts

December 3, 2016 by  
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How to do fat burning workouts

Article by Richard Walker

Fat burning workouts are pretty simple, as long as you have the motivation to stick with them. Combined with eating in a way that helps contribute to fat burning, they result in a leaner, meaner you.

Do some sort of aerobic activity every day for 30 minutes. When your heart pumps faster, not so fast it struggles, but enough to make you sweat you’re doing aerobic exercise. This means walking, jogging, swimming, stationary bike, and a variety of other activities. Include intervals into the aerobic work outs. }These are bursts of higher activity that help boost the metabolism even more|Periods of higher activity that help boost the metabolism even more are intervals}. That means sprint between periods of walking, or burst to speed while swimming at an steady pace.

The health guides that say to perform aerobic exercise three times a week or even five times a week are steering you wrong. The body needs this work every day. Pick an exercise routine you can maintain so that you can stick with it seven days a week for the rest of your life. In order to burn stored fat try to exercise before breakfast or at least before your next meal. Add an extra 10-30 minute walk after lunch or dinner to this exercise routing, in addition to the 30 minutes. And remember that life is full of other opportunities to move, whether it be parking further from the store for a little walk or raking the leaves instead of blowing them.

Do simple weight exercise three times a week. Increased muscle mass means a faster metabolism. A faster metabolism means burning more calories, and thus more fat, even when you’re simply performing routine, day to day activities. You’ll also generally look and feel better.

{Don’t skip breakfast|Never skip meals. If you do your body thinks that it’s starving, and transitions to slow metabolism mode. A slow metabolism is the enemy of fat burning. Another way to avoid slow metabolism is to make sure to eat enough every day. For most people this means at least 1200 calories each day. Any fewer and your body is back in starvation mode, working against your efforts to burn fat.

Fat burning workouts combined with healthy eating can have amazing results. They don’t have to be difficult. In fact if it’s too hard you’ll lose motivation and drop the program. Too many people get hyped up on working out after Christmas, or just before the summer beach season, but don’t even make it for a month before the difficult workouts ground them into quitting. Don’t be one of these short term health enthusiasts.

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