Cardio workout routines are effective at helping you lose weight when you put in place an effective weight loss workout plan.
Cardio, when done right, is beneficial because it helps you burn off calories more than many other types of exercise.
Remember, one pound of body fat equals 3500 calories. This means that your body needs to expend at least that many calories for you to lose a single pound.
If you feel like you need to lose a few extra pounds, you probably want to do it fast.
This article shows you 10 ways to lose weight.
You don’t have to do all of these at once. Pick one or two and get yourself started on the way to becoming a slimmer, fitter you.
The previous article in this series was about your hormones and your quest to lose belly fat naturally.
I’m sure you know that unless you control what you eat, you can’t hope to lose those last few pounds.
Are you happy when you look in the mirror?
As soon as you look, do you suck in your stomach a bit to make it flatter?
Most of my friends wouldn’t mind losing a bit of fat and an inch or two from their belly.
It’s hardly fair, but losing belly fat is one of the hardest things to do. That’s true even if you workout and watch your diet.
Let’s look at what steps we can take to lose belly fat naturally.
When it comes to things like exercise and diet, many people have strong opinions and like to champion their current favorites.
Let’s try to be even handed.
Let’s look at the pros and cons of HIIT vs cardio and see if one is clearly better than the other.
One of the great things about HIIT (high intensity interval training) is that you can apply the principles to almost any exercise that you enjoy.
Since bicycling is so popular, let’s talk about the benefits of HIIT cycling and the potential pitfalls of doing HIIT on a bike.