Whether you like it or not, a healthy and balanced lifestyle should most likely include some form of exercise in order to maintain a calorie deficit and strengthen your body. While it may be difficult to find a form of exercise that you genuinely enjoy in order to sustain a healthy weight, there are certain fitness routines that will net better results than others. If you’ve been looking to add some daily activity into your life, skip the trial and error and move right to this health expert approved exercise plan guaranteed to help you achieve total body weight loss with lasting results.
Both cardio and strength training separately have their own merit, so a combination of the two is going to be your best bet for shedding extra pounds while building muscle. Registered dietitian and group exercise instructor Katelyn Brockmiller gives us the breakdown on the individual benefits of both. For her preferred form of cardio she explains, “A study from the Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders suggests performing interval training when focusing on cardio exercises. Interval training is defined as periods of high intensive spurts of activity followed with relief periods. An example of this would be jogging for 1 minute, then 30 seconds of sprinting, repeating during your workout about 10-15 times.”
Excerpted from She Finds