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The more muscles a person has, the greater the metabolism will be, the more calories burn faster. However, resistance training to build muscle is only a part of the equation. The other part is cardiovascular condition and a healthy diet. Many men I encountered felt that only weight training was necessary to get the shape but I do not think why it can never be achieved as a result of adding CPR and healthy meals. If you do not spend enough time on any of these three factors, you may not be able to achieve the results you are striving for. Saying that, this edition of columns is devoted to the importance of cardiovascular conditions for fat burning.

Once you reach your desired weight, you need to keep it. Usually you need to do the heart three times a week for about 20 minutes every other day. However, if you are trained for sports, the frequency and duration will vary widely. Assuming you are not training for sports, you need to put more emphasis on your heart training until you reach your weight. Since fat is not the first choice of the body (carbohydrates), doing the first cardiac training in the morning before meals will be a better opportunity to tap the fat store. In order to get rid of excess fat from the body, it is necessary to raise the training time to more than 4 days a week, about 45 minutes a week to get maximum results.

It leads to the next important area, strength. In order to maximize your results and burn as many calories as possible, you need to train with sufficiently high intensity. This assumes no health problems. In such cases, please consult your doctor before proceeding. However, if you are healthy, please start with the method of cardio (walking, cycling etc) selected at moderate pace, then proceed from there. If your body gets used to practicing, please take it one step further. If you are a veteran and are doing exercises for many years, start with the next step of skipping slow start and exercising in the training zone. To calculate your training zone, follow these steps:

1) Subtract your age and subtract your resting heart rate.

2) Multiply it by (5.), (19659002) 3) Do the same calculation again, but use (. 65) instead of (.5) to calculate the high end [19659002] Look at something like 130-150 beats per minute for the final training zone. Your task is to try to maintain an exercise pulse in this zone during the movement of the heart. Please remember to warm up at first and cool for 3 to 5 minutes at the end. As we calculated your training zone carefully, after achieving the weight you wanted, change the above numbers to (6.) for the low end and (.75) for the high.

Cardiovascular conditions are only a part of the overall fitness equation. Resistance training and healthy and supportive meals compensate for the rest. After that, I will put in all the important variables such as consistency, appropriate rest, refill and balance everything.

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