Thursday, May 27, 2021

Quick Guide on How to Burn Fat Quickly : Following a Healthy Weight Loss Program

Quick Guide on How to Burn Fat Quickly : Following a Healthy Weight Loss Program
Following a Healthy Weight Loss Program :

For those that want to burn fat quickly and are serious about actually getting rid of body fat, a healthy program for fat reduction is definitely necessary. Although it is possible to lose fat without exercising, for maximum and effective weight loss you definitely need to be implementing both exercise and a healthy diet.

The key to success is dependent on your reduction of calories. This can be accomplished two ways:

    Way 1: Cutting Calories from your diet

We all know that when you eat less you tend to start losing weight. Because of this, those trying to burn fat quickly should aim at cutting calories from their daily calories needed. To do this, first you need to find out how many calories your body needs on a daily basis just to survive and be healthy. This is called your daily caloric expenditure. You calculate this through using your body weight, height, age, and activity levels. A more accurate way to calculate this is also to use your body fat percentage.

After finding out what your daily expenditure is on calories, your next step is to subtract 500 calories from this. The end number is how many calories you need to eat on a daily basis to lose fat effectively.

    Way 2: Exercising to Burn Fat Quickly

Exercise is highly effective at reducing fat on your body. There are two different methods of exercise, strength resistance training and cardiovascular training. Both should be implemented for effective results.

Strength training, although it does not directly burn many calories while doing it, causes your muscles to be torn and then rebuilt. This process burns many calories over the course of a few days. In addition, it adds muscle mass to you which also makes your body burn more calories as well.

Cardiovascular training, on the other hand, does burn calories while you are exercising. The key is to exercise for at least 30 minutes for each session and to do this at least 3-4 times a week. The more the better. The ineffective part of this training is that once you stop your workout, the calorie burning stops as well, unlike strength training when you continue burning calories many days after.

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