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Posted by Fit Body Boot Camp
March 30, 2016 • 4 min read
In this day and age there are more and more weight loss solutions being offered to you. This is both a good thing, because you have options, and a bad thing, because with so much information how are you supposed to know what really works?
We’re going to tell you exactly what kind of workouts you should be doing for maximum weight loss, and we’ll even explain how it all works.
Day in and day out you drag yourself to the gym and climb on the treadmill where you jog for hours on end. You’re wearing yourself out in your effort to shed pounds and you’re wondering why you’re not losing pounds like you thought you would. The more you exercise, the more calories you burn, right? At least that’s what everyone is always telling you. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. There is such a thing as too much exercise. The trick is finding the right balance.
For good health, you need 30 minutes of exercise most days of the week. Some exercise scientists recommend 60 minutes of exercise a day if you want to lose weight. Unfortunately, this can backfire. Here’s why.
Physical activity requires energy. When you expend a lot of energy, your body’s energy stores must be replenished.
Plus, when completing a 30-minute Afterburn workout, your energy will increase AND your body will continue to burn fat for you hours after you leave the gym. This means that while you’re out doing activities with friends, working, or even sleeping after a short workout your body is still working hard to give you results. So, you’ll burn more calories in less time, and you only need 30 minutes!
Researchers say your body is programmed to expend around the same number of calories each day. Exercise is good for you, helps burn calories, and aids in weight loss, but only up to a point. So if you burn a lot of calories during an intense workout, your body will burn fewer calories at rest. In a sense, your body adapts to exercise, hits a plateau, and stops burning as many calories. When your body overdoes it during a workout, it’s like your body prepares itself for expending the same amount of energy on an ongoing basis and holds onto extra energy stores for the future.
This is why doing the correct workouts for a shorter amount of time is more effective than doing long, tiring workouts. You’ll burn more calories and continue to burn more calories, especially if you’re getting the Afterburn workout.
Fit Body Boot Camp is the home of the Afterburn workout, and if you’re interested in learning more about how you can lose more weight in only 30 minutes, visit our website here: http://canadafitbodybootcamp.ca/
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