An Analysis of Weight Loss methods and Training Program

I’m five weeks away from my one-year anniversary of deciding to make changes in my and . Since my first 13 pound , it’s been an uphill to lose those last 7 pounds that I wanted to. I’ve gotten considerably in the mirror, however my scale hasn’t changed much. I’m unsure how much or I need to lose/gain to start seeing that six-pack of mine. However I do know one thing: I’m not giving up. After all these years of training I’ve sure learnt few things. The following is an analysis of everything I’ve tried over the years and how I plan to use them over the next few weeks: An Analysis of Weight Loss methods and Training Program.

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2 Comments on “An Analysis of Weight Loss methods and Training Program”

  1. I wouldn’t usually comment to a blog however I am interested in your post so I was compelled to do so. Going off topic a bit, what is your opinion concerning walking? Which is generally being put forward as the best exercise to burn fat.

  2. Walking is great if you’re extremely overweight. If you’re a newbie, then build up to walking at a fast pace for 20 minutes at a time. Slowly transition to jogging for 20 minutes, 3 days a week. Build up the intensity until you’re able to run for a full 20 minutes. Then start sprinting. Here are a few good sprint workouts: https://shahtraining.com/the-secret-to-burning-fat-and-building-lean-muscle-mass/

    Samudra, overall I’ve found higher intensity training to be ideal for fat loss. Couple that with a good diet, and you’ll lose the pounds fast and safely. You should certainly build up your aerobic capacity when starting out, but you really don’t need to do cardio for hours on end as most people suggest. I’ve actually found that high intensity, short bursts of exercise helped my endurance.

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