Burning fat may be easier than you think if you follow this advice from the New York Times.
The warmer weather is finally coming to New Jersey and many of us are looking forward to outdoor activities and the beach.
You many have a few winter pounds to shed and would like to find the easiest way to burn off that fat. Some of us will work hard at it with a lot of cardio and other exercise.
Unfortunately, the more cardio you do, the more your body will want to consume.
According to the NY Times, a few minutes of brief, high intensity exercise may be all you need. Check out the article below
The Best Type of Exercise to Burn Fat
A few minutes of brief, intense exercise may be as effective, or more effective, for incinerating body fat than walking, jogging, swimming or cycling for lengthier periods.
By Gretchen Reynolds
Feb. 27, 2019
A few minutes of brief, intense exercise may be as effective as much lengthier walks or other moderate workouts for incinerating body fat, according to a helpful new review of the effects of exercise on fat loss. The review finds that super-short intervals could even, in some cases, burn more fat than a long walk or jog, but the effort involved needs to be arduous.
I have written many times about the health, fitness and brevity benefits of high-intensity interval training, which typically involves a few minutes — or even seconds — of strenuous exertion followed by a period of rest, with the sequence repeated multiple times. Most H.I.I.T. workouts require less than half an hour, from beginning to end (including a warm-up and cool-down), and the strenuous portions of the workout are even briefer.