Want Your Body Back? Why You Wont Get It Back Without Exercise
When you look at yourself in the mirror every day, does the unwanted fat that you see, trigger a desire in you to do something about it now?
The rest of this article will be important to you, only if you answered yes to the question posed.
The only way that you will lose the fat, is by doing some type of fat burning exercise. At the same time, you will also need to make changes in how you eat, but this is not as important as the exercise.
Fat Burning Exercise and Your Metabolism
You can only lose your unwanted fat, by speeding up your metabolism. Only exercise, will raise your metabolic rate. With a higher metabolic rate, your body will use the food from your most recent meal – for its energy – faster. After that, it looks to the fat stored on your body, and burns that for the energy that it needs.
When you speed up your metabolism, you burn fat all day long – even when you are not exercising. This is known as “the thermogenic effect of exercise”.
How To Achieve The Best Thermogenic Effect
There are a few factors which will largely determine the effectiveness of your exercise routine, in raising your metabolic rate, which will determine the rate at which you will lose your unwanted fat. These are: what form of exercise you do, the frequency of your exercise, and the amount of time you spend exercising.
There is one more key factor. It is the intensity of your movement, while exercising.
The biggest influence, however, will be the kind of exercise you do.
What Types Of Exercise Result In Fat Loss?
There are two broad categories of exercise. They are aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise.
Some examples of aerobic exercise are jogging, walking, swimming and bicycle riding. Strength training, or weight training as some people call it, is the example of anaerobic exercise that many people think of, in connection with fat loss.
Strength training brings about more efficient fat loss than aerobic exercise, but it is not everybody’s cup of tea. Many people prefer to do an aerobic exercise routine to lose fat and it is very effective. A combination of aerobic exercise and strength training, results in the most efficient fat loss.
What Exercise Routine Will You Choose To Do?
Would you prefer to do strength training or a form of aerobic exercise? Would you consider incorporating both into your exercise routine? Once you decide on the routine you will follow, other questions will arise. For example, what is the recommended length of time you should spend doing your exercise routine?, how many times a week should you exercise?, and to what extent do you need to exert yourself?
To lose that unwanted fat that you see, when you look at yourself in the mirror, you will need to learn more about exercise that brings about fat loss.
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