Hey, let’s skip to the chase and give you the goods. How do you incinerate those pesky fat cells? Good old fashioned cardio training will burn fat quick. Check out these three types of cardio training. Hit me up if you have any questions.
Burn Fat with Cardio Equipment
Burn Fat with High Intensity Bodyweight Exercise
Nothing can trump bodyweight exercises when it comes to getting the job done in cardio training. These type of exercises can include: burpees, jumping rope, sprints, running, jumping jacks, and so many more. You will get a better idea of this in my beginner’s fitness book The 3 Keys to Greater Health & Happiness: A Beginner’s Guide to Exercise, Diet & Mindset. One of my favorite warm-ups before going into the wrestling ring was rapid-fire bodyweight squats. Rest assured, if you bang out ten minutes of squats without any rest, your heart rate will increase for sure.
Burn Fat with Weight Training
I will lay your fears to rest and tell you that you CAN get a great workout with weights AND train your heart too. The key is you have to keep moving and challenge yourself with every weight training workout. The gym isn’t just for meatheads and weights aren’t just for bodybuilders. You can and will get a great cardio workout if you use the weights properly. See more about this in my international best-selling book The 90-Day Home Workout Plan: A Total Body Fitness Program for Weight Training, Cardio, Core & Stretching.
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