There are many different types of cardio, and each has its own different burn rate, but here are some that are most likely to help you lose weight.
Weight Training: The fastest way – This is a great way to train muscles. You will be running down hills and doing various exercises to build endurance so your muscles can withstand greater strain. It doesn’t involve lifting heavy objects and doesn’t require the use of equipment. If you want to get a good workout, you can do this with a personal trainer.
Stretching: You’ll need to do some stretching exercises to work muscle tissue and prepare for weight training. These can be done outdoors on a treadmill or in the water, or in a swimming pool or sauna. Make sure the workout goes long enough so you can get some cardio in before going on stage to play music.
Dana Vapiano is the Fitness Consultant for the Huffington Post and she says that you can use a weight belt or belt or wrist straps to help you stay flexible during your workout.
Meal Plan: You can add some exercise to your dinner. Try adding running, jogging and swimming as aerobic exercises at meal time. That way you’re still burning calories as you’re eating.
Don’t take exercise too seriously – “When it comes to exercise, most people just think about it as a leisure activity that they do to feel good,” said Vapiano. “This isn’t the case. It is actually one of the biggest killers of obesity globally.”
Eat lots of healthy carbs and healthy fats – Try eating lots of fruits, vegetables and lean proteins like eggs, milk and lean meat if you can. Also, be aware of how much sugar or fat you’re cutting out.
Limit your exercise and snacks to around three per day – The easiest way to keep weight off is by limiting your diet. Eat three to seven pounds of meat, a cup of vegetables or the equivalent of lean steak per day and avoid those fatty, salty, sugary snacks that can overindulge your appetite for calories.
“When you’re working out and losing weight, you are going to experience some soreness for some time afterward and you have to be smart about how you treat yourself afterwards,” she said. “Do not stop exercising until your body feels completely fine again.”
If you’re an extreme finisher, consider getting in shape with a competitive fitness class as well. For example, one online class costs $150 for