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Burning Workout Men's Health
Before we look at workouts that will
help you burn fat, let's understand a few important points:
- Burning fat does not necessarily mean losing weight. In
fact if you increase muscle in your efforts to burn fat you may actually
increase your weight (which is not necessarily a bad thing).
- Eating less does not necessarily help you lose weight.
In fact eating more (smaller doses more often), along with the right
exercise program, can help you lose weight. Clearly, the food types you
eat, and when you eat each food type, are important.
- Different body types store fat in different parts of
the body – legs, bottom, waist, chest, even arms and neck – and weight
will go on and come off each part at different rates. Resistance exercises
targeting a particular part of the body might be needed in addition to fat
burning to get the desired result.
With that in mind, what are some ways
you can burn off some of that fat?
The general consensus is that the most
effective way of burning fat is to undertake aerobic workouts, while at the
same time having a balanced diet and not overeating.
Diet: The workouts you are going to do
to burn fat will have a greater impact if you reduce your fat intake at the
same time. However, many studies have shown that you need to eat well, not just
less, so it's important to have a balanced diet. Some very obvious things to do
with your diet include lowering the amount of actual fat you eat (fatty meats
and dairy products like butter, full cream milk and full cream cheese) and the
amount of sugar (which turns into fat if not burned up by the body). There is
also evidence that eating smaller amounts more often helps your body keep its
metabolism at a higher level for longer periods (versus big spikes).
Workouts to burn fat – aerobic: Aerobic
exercises are those where the exercise is relatively long in duration but low
in intensity, allowing the body to continuously replace the oxygen it is
burning. Exercises that involve low-intensity activity that improve the oxygen
consumption of the body include walking, jogging, swimming and bike riding.
When your body starts using more and more oxygen, as it does with these
relatively long exercise types, the body functions increase and this
accelerates the fat burning process.
But don't limit yourself to walking,
jogging, swimming or bike riding. Many people don't like some of these exercise
types, or don't have access to the right equipment or facilities. If so, try
dancing, skipping rope or the traditional step aerobic exercise routines that
we all used to see on TV all the time. Even try outdoor activities like rock
climbing or surfing.
Exercising to burn fat is not only good
for your physical health (make sure you are in good shape if you don't have life insurance
protection), but it's also good for your mental health. Be more relaxed,
less stressed and generally happier!
Note: This information is provided as a
guide only. Consult your doctor before starting any new exercise programs.
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