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|Dear Jodee, can I lose weight by using Cocaine?
Dear Prothinspo Member…
Cocaine is an illegal and dangerous drug - outlawed in most countries around the world. Many people speculate as to whether celebrities ever partake of
the drug to induce rapid weight loss. We can only speculate until they get arrested....Most people already know that cocaine can make you lose weight.
Here is a story I found from New Zealand. A wealthy 51 yr-old property developer is a suspected drug dealer. He attempted to justify his actions by
claiming that cocaine was helping him lose weight.
"In explanation for his actions, the defendant stated that he had discovered taking cocaine in the evening suppressed his appetite and helped him lose
weight," the police summary said.
This may explain the success of Henderson's slimming regime. Last winter, Henderson seized on the Atkins craze and lost at least 24kg.
During the stressful 2000 when he was building the $250 million Princes Wharf redevelopment, "Hendo" was a big lad.
But by last winter, the metamorphosis was spectacular.
He sported a new wardrobe and cut a much finer figure on the waterfront.
Come the summer, he appeared even leaner, as the diet regime continued apace and his face shape changed markedly."
I don’t suggest getting hooked on any illegal drugs to lose weight.
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|TIPS TO CARDIO FITNESS..
Cardiovascular fitness refers to the ability of the heart to pump oxygenated blood throughout the body. It also includes the fitness of
the lungs and other organs and their ability to effectively consume and utilize the body’s oxygen supplies. Cardiovascular fitness can
be improved with regular exercise and is the most important aspect of any physical fitness program.
Improving cardiovascular fitness often means beginning a regular exercise routine. This will help you build up your muscle strength
and will require you to increase your lung capacity. When beginning a new exercise routine, it is important to discuss your health with
your doctor to make sure that you have no health conditions or medications that would restrict you from a more stringent exercise schedule.
Your doctor will also be able to advise you on how to begin your workout routine and how you should go about intensifying your
exercise. It is important to begin a routine that meets your current fitness levels without pushing your body too hard because
overexertion can lead to injury. However, starting too easy can also be inefficient to help you meet your goals.
Cardiovascular fitness is important for overall health as well as improving physical fitness in exercise programs. Some of the benefits
of having a strong cardiovascular system include a reduced resting heart rate, lower blood pressure, lower total cholesterol,
decreased fat, and reduced stress and anxiety levels. This is because regular exercise helps you increase muscle mass and reduce
fat, in addition to requiring you to breathe heavier to support exercise.
The most important things to remember about building cardiovascular fitness include frequent exercise, the intensity of exercise, and
the amount of time you spend exercising. For your training to be effective, it is best to exercise at least three times per week. Each
session should last between twenty and thirty minutes for those just beginning a new program, including warm-up and cool-down
The longer you follow your routine, the longer you will be able to sustain the workouts and the higher intensity you can handle. These
three components will help you build up a strong fitness base to reach your fitness goals. Whether you want to run a marathon or a
5k, working on your cardiovascular fitness will help.
There are also several long-term health benefits of exercising regularly and increasing your cardiovascular fitness. By getting into a
regular routine, you will reduce your risk of heart attack and heart disease as well as the risk of stroke. You will also increase
circulation throughout your body, allowing your body to function at its optimal levels to keep you feeling healthy and fit.
The biggest excuse not to exercise has to be lack of time. That’s why it’s important to make the most of your workout. You can do this
by incorporating the most effective exercises in to your routine. The most effective, lower-body exercise is a squat. Squats are bigger,
compound exercises that make you work harder and burn more calories. They are strength and cardio training combined in one,
effective exercise. In return, you get weight loss and fitness results, faster.
Squats are lower body exercises that work the gluteus, quads, hamstrings and calves all at the same time, while also engaging and
stabilizing the core muscles.
Perform squats correctly by standing with feet hip-width apart, bending at the knees and lowering hips towards the floor while
keeping the back straight. Prevent injuries by not lowering past 90 degrees, keeping your knees behind the toes. It’s a great idea to
use a mirror and check out your position from a side view to be sure you are not overextending.
A squat is a lot like going to sit down and changing then your mind. A personal trainer or instructional video can also show you the
best way to perform a squat correctly. Incorrect strength exercises will lead to no results and sore joints.
Use squats to increase your metabolism and jump start weight loss. Regular strength training with compound exercises like squats
adds muscle and increases energy production. Women sometimes shy away from too much strength training because they fear
having bulky muscles. The truth is most women will not usually bulk up due to their hormonal make-up. Creating lean muscle will raise
the resting metabolic rate meaning that your body will burn more calories at rest.
Adding in compound exercises like squats can cut your gym time down since your body is burning calories more effectively than with
long, steady routines. It also will tone the body and make it have a curvier, healthier look than someone who focuses entirely on cardio,
Start out slowly. Squatting without weights still counts as resistance training because you are using your body weight as the
resistance. Adding weight with a barbell or with dumbbells can be done to increase resistance as your fitness level increases.
Many people train the “problem areas” of their bodies. For instance, they focus on crunches to get six-pack abs, or push-ups to have
muscular arms. The reality is that all of those exercises are needed. Squats effectively reduce body fat so that muscles in the
abdominals and arms can be seen. Spot reduction is a myth. All over training must occur in order for weight loss and fitness to
happen. Squats are an effective, lower-body exercise that can be done at home with little or no equipment.
Many people desire a stronger set of core muscles. These muscles include the abs and the back and are used constantly to stabilize
the body. Pilates is a method to strengthen and tone muscles with a low-impact workout. Planks are one of the moves that can be
used to target core muscle groups. As planks are performed, the position forces the body to stabilize itself and tightens abdominal
and back muscles. They are easy to learn and require little to no special equipment.
A planking exercise is just as it sounds. The body looks like a plank, or a board, when it is in the correct position. Often, people believe
that this is too easy, but once the position is tried, it is discovered that it requires more effort than it seems.
To begin, a yoga mat can be used for comfort. The plank begins like a push-up, with you laying on your stomach. Place your forearms
on the floor, shoulder-width apart and raise up. At the same time, raise up on your toes. All of the body weight will be resting on the
forearms and toes. The torso must be kept rigid and the body held in a straight line from head to feet. The head should be relaxed and
looking at the hands. Try to hold the position for ten seconds and gradually increase the time until the plank can be held for 60 seconds.
Once the basic planking position can be held for several seconds, there are many variations that can be added to continue to tighten
and define the abdominal muscles. Side planks are used to tighten the oblique (side) muscles. These are done by resting the body on
one arm and the side of the foot. Weight can be placed upon the back when performing the standard plank, but this must be done with
Too much weight can cause serious muscle damage. Using a stability ball can add a challenge to the plank position. The arms can be
placed on the ball while the toes are on the floor, or the toes can be positioned on the ball while the arms are on the floor. Either way,
the instability of the ball increases the need for the body to stabilize itself and creates a better work-out for those abdominal muscles.
One arm or one leg planks can also be done by getting into the standard planking position, then raising an arm or leg off the floor.
Again, this move makes the body stabilize itself and use the abdominal muscles to a greater degree. All planking exercises should be
done slowly and with caution to build up muscle tone.
Aging is a mysterious process to many people. The theory of aging and free radicals has become quite mainstream in recent history.
Understanding this theory takes a bit of technical knowledge. To understand free radicals, you have to understand the normal function of a
Cells in the human body create energy. While they are creating energy, they produce waste. This waste is generally in the form of
oxygen molecules that are unstable. These molecules or atoms are unstable because they have an electron which is unpaired.
The molecules with unpaired electrons are called free radicals. Free radicals are trouble to normal molecules in the body. They bond
to stable molecules and cause them to work incorrectly. Protein molecules are especially susceptible to free radicals. In this process,
the free radicals bind to the protein molecules and cause them to be ineffective at repairing or building tissue.
The Free Radical Theory of Aging was first proposed by Denham Harman in the 1950s. This theory has steadily gained popularity in
recent times. Studies with mice have shown that reducing the damage caused by free radicals to the body can actually extend life.
Many diseases have been linked to free radical damage within cells. These diseases include cancer, diabetes, atherosclerosis and
Alzheimer’s disease. There are several ideas circulating within the Free Radical Theory of Aging.
The first idea is that free radicals cause diseases which then quicken aging. The second idea is that all aging is caused by the
influence of free radicals. This means that without free radicals, cells could in theory, continually repair themselves. It is thought that
free radicals actually damage the very DNA of the human body.
Continual research has shown that certain strains of roundworms that are extremely susceptible to free radicals have a much
shorter lifespan than other strains. Studies have also shown that caloric restriction might help to suppress the development of certain
diseases that are thought to be caused by free radical exposure. These studies include fasting and caloric restriction of up to 50% in
mice. Similar studies have not been accomplished using human subjects. Scientists have also tested the theory that increased
consumption of antioxidants might help to slow or even reverse cellular damage caused by free radicals.
This theory has not been proven in humans but has been tested in mice and other rodents. Because of varied findings, antioxidants
have not been proven to slow aging at this time.
Free radicals seem to be the catalyst for cellular damage and aging. Scientists cannot seem to agree on the extent of affect that free
radicals have on the human body. Nor can they agree on what is the best way to neutralize this effect.
Continuing research is needed to explore the relationship between free radicals and normal cell lifespan. Research is also needed to
prove or disprove the assumed benefits of antioxidants for preventing premature aging.
Many people often talk or think about starting up a fitness program at home or joining a fitness club. Some people will start a fitness
program and realize right away that the fitness program they have chosen is not working out for them. Starting a new fitness program
needs to be done in a precise and organized manner.
Decide first if the fitness program that you would like to start can be done at home, or if you will need to find a fitness club that is open
during the hours that you can go to the fitness club after work or after the children are in school. Starting a new fitness program can
be a very personal decision that many people like to keep private. Since there are numerous fitness programs in which to choose
from, do some research and then decide which fitness program would be best suited for what it is that you need.
For the lazy person who wants to stay fit but does not want to put out much effort or money would be happy with exercise balls to
keep their hands and fingers fit. They would also enjoy watching television in a comfortable chair while they lift small weights to keep
their arms fit. People who cannot or will not get down on the floor to do leg lifts or sit ups can do them while lying on their bed. Another
easy way to do leg lifts or sit ups, is to sit on a straight back chair and do them as best they can. This person can do these exercises
easily in their home at any time, and still have time to do what is necessary with or for the family. Doing your exercising at home can
also be done by watching an exercise video online. There is no driving, no equipment to buy and no fitness clubs to join.
There are some people who are very fitness minded and feel comfortable hiring a fitness manager who can show them exactly what
exercises to do, how often to do them and to help keep an accurate record on their clients progress.
People who want to have a fitness program out of their home need to check out the different types of fitness clubs. Some clubs are
coed and offer a variety of exercise equipment along with swimming for all of their club members. Other fitness clubs allow only
women to participate in their fitness clubs. Try all of them out for a trial time and then decide which one is best for you. click here for
exercises to do at home ... printable programs..
|CIRCUIT TRAINING WHAT IS BEST FOR YOU?
Circuit Training : Build Muscle And Burn Fat At The Same
I’ll be doing a combination of the three (Strength Training, Olympic Lifting, and Circuits) each week to kick my ass. I’m trying to
lose weight, and build some lean muscle at the same time. I’m going to email you about your diet, and we can see what we can
do. You might already have the muscles you’re looking for, they’re just buried under a little bit of fat. I won’t do the same muscle
group daily, as you suggested to let my muscles have time to regrow. Thank you for taking the time out to read this and respond, i
really appreciate it. If you have heard of the term. I would love to start trying Circuit Training such as this to help me lower my
body fat percentage and maybe gain some muscle. Should I incorporate any cardio during the week along with circuits; for
example doing circuits on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and Cardio on Tuesday and Thursday? I am doing the above twice a
week at a heavy-ish weight for me and takes 20 mins to do the above then a 2-3minute rest and do the same again so in total i
spend 40 mins on weights. This is doen twice a week and 1 days cardio. If you really read the link you were talking about and
what was said in this article, you would very much understand that Daniel Craig did “weight training” Monday through Friday, so
five days a week, and that includes “circuit training (with weights or just body weight, thus, also considered weight training)”
done on Mondays and Fridays, so twice a week.
Cardio Vs Weight Training : Which Is Better For Weight Loss
For example, a Duke study was published a couple of weeks ago that researched whether cardio vs weight training is better for
weight loss . With a reputable university behind the study and the media fervently promoting it, you are led to believe that if you
want to lose fat optimally, you should only do cardio training. When the researchers claimed that the “optimal mode of exercise
for reducing fat mass” they claimed that the aerobic training group who lost only 3.6 pounds of fat in 8 months was the best way
to do this. 3) Cardio Group Did Not Burn The Most Fat – The researchers claimed that the aerobic training group was the group that
lost the most fat, but in actuality it was the combination group who lost 5.4 pounds of fat (they also gained some muscle). This is
still not a huge amount of fat loss over 8 months, but is better than the aerobic only training group. 4) Weight Training Exercise
Selection Not Very Effective – Researchers only stated that the resistance training group used 8 machines that worked the entire
body. 5) Weight Training Routine Not Very Effective – In addition to that, these circuits took anywhere from 10-12 minutes to
complete the 8 machines. Lastly, the cardio training group didn’t see the best results; the training group that included both
strength and cardio did. Those in the aerobic group were able to maintain most of their muscle mass and lost fat, but what the
study didn’t highlight are other benefits of resistance training or the combination of both, better known as concurrent training.
Other studies, with a more intense exercise protocol, have shown that weight training before cardio training enhances fat
burning during the session 2 , and that overall resting energy expenditure is increased following weight training. Also, recent
research is indicating that concurrent training (both aerobic and resistance training), might be the best mode of exercise for fat
The Metabolic Circuit Training Workout - Muscle And Fitness
You want to twist it off. We’re about to show you how to round into the homestretch with a healthy dose of intensity by adding
metabolic circuit training to your regimen. You may have heard about excess post-exercise oxygen consumption in the past.
EPOC is the gas tank that powers your fat-stripping blowtorch, because when the type of training we’re advocating here induces
an “oxygen debt,” it can increase your metabolic rate for up to 16 hours after you train. The good news for you is that it does this
primarily through raiding fat stores. “You still need some steady-state in your program to enhance recovery and strengthen your
heart, but when it comes to stripping fat off your body, nothing works like circuit training to manipulate the speed at which your
metabolism burns.” The workouts move quickly, the exercises are constantly changing, and it forces you to use your entire body
as a unit— the way it’s intended to move—instead of performing the same repetitive moves for set periods of time, a la steady-
state cardio. In other words, you won’t need a ton of time, space, or gear—just the desire to shred those last bits of winter body
fat and a plan to complete the job. If you want to be lean for summer, and you want the kinesthetic awareness to control your own
body, this is how it’s done.”
Circuit Training Workout : Burn 30 Percent More Calories
Circuit Training Workout: Burn 30 Percent More Calories. An all-strength circuit burns 30 percent more calories (about nine per
minute!) than a typical weight workout and offers more cardio benefits. A circuit that combines cardio and strength moves will
blast fat and sculpt muscle. The right circuit for your goal. Do the strength moves for one minute each in the order listed,
alternating one minute of cardio that matches your fitness level between each strength exercise. Complete the circuit three times
through. Complete the circuit four times through with no rest in between. Stand up, moving left foot toward right foot, hip-distance
apart, and lower arms. Continue side-stepping and squatting to right for 30 seconds, then side-step 30 seconds to left. Hold
weight in right hand and kneel on right knee with left leg in front, left knee bent 90 degrees, foot flat on floor. Continue lifting and
lowering hips for 30 seconds, then hold the straight plank position for 30 seconds.
4 Total Body Circuit Training Workouts For Weight Loss
I love this workout and the DVD. Can you please let me know what a good workout plan would be that will enhance muscles
faster. Did you have a routine before the injury? If your diet is crap you will NOT get the results you want. I weigh about 195 and i
take about 1.5 x the recommend when i work out. It helps get you pumped and ready to work hard. Still be pushing yourself with
the weight but more reps faster. You must get your diet in check. It depends on what you do the other days. How much weight are
you using on the circuits? Are you doing the circuits on this page? From the circuit workout regimes suggested by you, I have
tried to design a weekly regime for self, please let me know if this is ok:
The Most Effective Workout : Circuit Training
For example, Circuit 1 might include three sets each of push-ups, lunges, and mountain climbers. You should complete one set
(consisting of 15 reps) of push-ups, followed by one set of lunges (15 reps), and then one set of mountain climbers (1 minute).
Then do a second set of push-ups, lunges, and mountain climbers, followed by the third and final set of the three exercises.
Circuits should NOT consist of three sets of push-ups at once, followed by three sets of lunges and then 1 minute of mountain
The Ultimate Weight - Loss Circuit Workout
The Ultimate Weight-Loss Circuit Workout. Here, you'll find two different examples of the same MRT session - one for beginners
and another for intermediate/advanced trainees. Perform the workout on three non-consecutive days per week, for four weeks.
It's designed to take about 25 minutes during the first two weeks and even less time after that. How it works: Beginners will
perform one set of A 1, rest for 30 seconds; perform one set of A 2, rest for 30 seconds; perform one set of A 3, and then rest 60
seconds before repeating the mini-circuit two more times. Move on to the next mini-circuit (B 1-B 3) and follow the same pattern.
Once you've completed one full round, rest 90 seconds, and repeat two more times. During weeks three and four, reduce your
rest period between exercises to 15 seconds. Choose The Right Resistance.
Weights And Cardio Circuit Training Program – Weight Training
Before you get into the detail, or at any time, it may be useful to check out our Ten Top Exercises for hints on form and technique.
An exercise "circuit" is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program; the idea being that when one circuit is
complete, you start at the first exercise again for another circuit. Traditionally, the time between exercises in circuit training is
short, often with rapid movement to the next exercise. If you follow the complete program of three circuits at the nominated
intensity plus warmup and cool down, you should expend at least 600 kcalories (2500 kjoules) – not bad considering you get
strength development and cardio at the same time in under an hour of activity. You could do this program four or five times in a
week but my recommendation is to do no more than three sessions and supplement that with a at least one pure cardio session
like treadmill, walking or running, plus at least one pure strength training day on the weights. A complete circuit takes about 15
minutes total time, involves five exercises and requires one set of dumbbells and one step platform or equivalent of at least 6
inches (15 centimetres). The dumbbells should be of a weight so that the maximum number of repetitions of the upper body
exercises, the overhead press and arm curl, is 10-12 repetitions, and not much more for one set. The lower body exercises, the
weighted lunge and the squat, are done with the same dumbbells at the side allowing more flexibility. The circuit exercise
variables – dumbbell weight, number of repetitions , number of circuits - can be adjusted to get the kind of workout required
depending on fitness and training goals. Perhaps choose a time when it’s not so busy if you plan to do the circuit at gym. The
times set for each exercise include movement between exercises, interval rest and setup time for each.
Circuit Training Workout Plan
Circuit Training Workout Plan. This Circuit Training Workout Plan can maximize the time you spend in the gym without sacrificing
your fitness goals. Circuit training is ideal for men or women who are looking for a comprehensive workout that will both tone the
body and increase cardiovascular endurance. Circuit training workout routines are perfect for anybody looking to lose weight
without the monotony of spending hours on cardio machines. The type of cardio provided by circuit training exercises keeps the
body within the optimal aerobic and heart rate parameters for fat loss, so if you're looking to lose fat and gain strength at the same
time this circuit training workout will give you exactly what you're looking for. One of the best parts about this workout is that the
very nature of circuit training means you'll never get bored. Another huge benefit of circuit training is the amount of time you'll
save . Circuit Training Benefits. So get started today with this Circuit Training Workout Plan and say "Hello" to the fitness world!
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Dumbbell squat (in rounds 1, 3, and 5 only) 10 reps. In round 1, do a front bridge 40 sec. Rd 2: Side bridge on left arm 40 sec.
Rd 3: Side bridge on right arm 40 sec. Rd 4: Front bridge 40 sec. Rd 5: Hold bottom of a pushup 40 sec. Run or climb at top
speed 80 sec. Rest 20 sec. Run or climb at top speed 60 sec. Run or climb at top speed 40 sec. Rest 40 sec. Hold bottom of a
pushup 40 sec. Bend at the hips and knees to lower your body until your thighs are parallel to the floor, then press back up.
Fat - Burning Circuit - Training Workouts
Paula Quinene is an Expert/Talent, Writer and Content Evaluator for Demand Media, with more than 1,500 articles published
primarily in health, fitness and nutrition. She graduated with a Bachelor's in exercise science from the University of Oregon and
continues to train clients as an ACSM-Certified Health Fitness Specialist. Maximize your fat burning with circuit-training workouts
by altering the intensity and duration of your sessions. Circuit training is a series of mostly resistance exercises done with short
rests between each exercise; the series of exercises is generally repeated for multiple rounds. You should rest about 10 to 15
seconds between exercises and one minute between rounds. Use light weights and perform 12 to 15 repetitions per set for each
exercise. You need to do this circuit for 60 minutes to maximize fat and calorie burning during and after the workout.
Circuit Training DVD , Fun Circuit Training
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please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. This is a very good weight training circuit
workout. The exercises are done in a proper way and have a complete full body workout routine starting with a warm-up, then the
exercise routine begins with weights. I use this DVD 3/4 times a week as my main one to reach my goal. I am seeing a huge
difference in my stamina, strength and firmness in just a few weeks since I started this circuit weight-training workout. I have
many fitness dvds, this is by far the best that I have. Was this review helpful to you? This is a great workout that has consistent
exercises from one body muscle group to another flowing nicley non stop. I dont have much time with 2 kids and a job, so this
workout is what I do in the middle of the week, when I do not have 2 hours for the gym. Great non stop circuit and weights
Circuit Training : What You Do, Benefits, And More
Any station that engages your core, whether it’s a machine like the standing low cable hip abduction or an exercise like a front
plank, can help you strengthen your core. Using proper technique as you work through your circuit will improve your flexibility.
Cost: It can be free if you use exercises that use your own body weight , like push-ups, planks, and lunges, or if you use
equipment along a walking trail or a parcourse. If you do your circuits at the gym, you’ll pay gym membership fees. Yes. You can
create your own circuit that’s right for you, even if you’re just starting out. You can choose exercises that use your own body
weight. Or you can buy at-home equipment like dumbbells and resistance bands. If you belong to a gym, you can use the gym’s
fitness machines. You get the benefits of muscle building and toning along with an intense cardio workout. An instructor or
trainer can work with you to find moves that will still get your heart pumping and tone your muscles. If you're pregnant and you
did circuit training before getting pregnant , you can keep doing it if your doctor says it's OK.Circuit Training – The Best Workout
For Weight Loss
Circuit Training – The Best Workout for Weight Loss. Circuit training workouts are all the rage and definitely a fitness fad that is
here to stay. According to the experts at Life Fitness , Circuit training is a total-body workout that involves performing a series of
different exercises in one training session. Because the workout includes both strength and cardio training, exercisers can
realize the benefits of both types of exercise. Circuit Training on the other hand, keeps the exerciser’s heart rate elevated and
sustained above a resting level throughout the workout. Wilmore, Circuit training programs burn more calories when compared
to traditional strength-training programs due to the maintenance of an elevated heart rate and performing more work in less time.
Weight Training - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles . Weight training
versus other types of exercise[ edit ] Weight training is often used as a synonym for strength training, but is actually a specific
type within the more inclusive category. The benefits of weight training overall are comparable to most other types of strength
training: increased muscle, tendon and ligament strength, bone density, flexibility, tone, metabolic rate, and postural support.
There are benefits and limitations to weight training as compared to other types of strength training. In addition, the risk of injury
from weights used in weight training is greater than with isometric exercise (no weights), and the risk of asymmetric training is
also greater than with isometric exercise of identical opposing muscles. Weight training and bodybuilding[ edit ] Weight training is
a safe form of exercise when the movements are controlled and carefully defined. For example, the squat and the deadlift are
used to exercise the largest muscles in the body—the leg and buttock muscles—so they require substantial weight. One
limitation of many free weight exercises and exercise machines is that the muscle is working maximally against gravity during
only a small portion of the lift. The benefits of weight training for older people have been confirmed by studies of people who
began engaging in it even in their 80s and 90s.
Is Strength Training Or Cardio Training More
Is strength training or cardio training more effective for weight loss? Topics Wellness Weight Loss Exercise For Weight Loss Is
strength training or cardio training more effective for weight loss? Cardio training will get your heart rate up and help you burn
calories, but the resistance training will add fat free mass (muscle) and lower your body fat percentage. Both strength training and
cardio training can be effective for weight loss and weight management. With strength training, and the increase in muscle you
will burn more calories at rest. I have to say that a combination of strength training and cardio training are effective for weight
loss. Strength training is more effective then cardio for weight loss. This will in effect have your body burning more calories after
the exercise than before, and is vital in working towards weight loss. Strength training and cardio work best or most effective
together for weight loss. Both strength training and cardio are important in a weight loss regimen. The best way to lose weight
would be a mix of both cardio and strength training. Both strength training and cardio are beneficial forms of exercise that one
can do to assist in burning more calories throughout the day. Strength training allows the user to create muscle size and strength,
the benefit in this is that muscle burns more calories at rest. A combination of strength training and cardio exercise is ideal for
Metabolic Resistance Training : Burn Fat And Tone Up In 25
Here, you'll find two different examples of the same MRT session—one for beginners and another for intermediate/advanced
trainees. Perform the workout on three non-consecutive days per week, for four weeks. It's designed to take about 25 minutes
during the first two weeks and even less time after that. How it works: Beginners will perform 1 set of A 1, rest for 30 seconds;
perform 1 set of A 2, rest for 30 seconds; perform 1 set of A 3, and then rest 60 seconds before repeating the mini-circuit 2 more
times. Move on to the next mini-circuit (B 1-B 3) and follow the same pattern. For intermediate/advanced trainees: Perform all
seven exercises as a giant circuit, resting 30 seconds between moves. During weeks three and four, reduce your rest period
between exercises to 15 seconds. Pause at the bottom, and then push back up to the starting position as quickly as possible.
20 Minute Circuit Training : The Best Workout For Weight
Body weight circuit (30 seconds per exercise) Stephanie says: Perform each exercise for 30 seconds, immediately moving on to
the next exercise. -Single leg (alternating) forward to reverse lunge: With your left leg stationary, your right leg goes forward into
reverse lunge for 30 seconds. -Push up to T plank rotations: Perform one full push up. In the extended push up position, rotate
side to side (T plank) holding a side plank position for 3-5 seconds, then repeat for 30 seconds. -Overhead medicine ball slams
with trunk rotations: Standing with your body facing forward and the medicine ball held over your head, rotate thorough the hips
slamming the ball onto the floor. -Plank with hip abduction or jumping jack: in plank position, keep your abs and glutes tight, and
bring toes out to the sides of your body as you perform a jumping jack. -MB reverse chops: Bring the medicine ball across the
body in a diagonal pattern from a low to high angle. As you pull the medicine ball across your body, make sure to rotate through
the hips, keeping the abs tight.
Circuit Training - Womens Fitness
Circuit training. Try circuit training. Circuit training consists of a group of various exercises that work different parts of the body.
Once the first set of each exercise is performed through, you can either take a short rest and repeat the whole thing again, or skip
the rest and go straight on to the second set of each exercise. Keeping the rest periods short is an important aspect of circuit
Circuit Training For Weight Loss
Circuit Training for Weight Loss. Here are some of the circuit training exercises for weight loss. Circuit Training Programs for
Weight Loss. For planning a weight loss program, you can club different aerobics exercises, stretching exercises and techniques
and weight training exercises together and do them one after the other. While planning circuit training workouts for weight loss,
you can add exercises which are helpful in reducing the belly fat or the extra fat in the core area of the body. Before starting with
these exercises, you have to do some warm up exercises and then start off with the rapid circuit training. Here is a sample
circuit, which you can refer to and you can also plan your own program for weight loss. Brisk walking at a fast pace for around 30
to 60 seconds, is the next exercise in the circuit training for weight loss. Perform push ups with resistance bands by holding the
resistance band with the help of your toes and perform push ups for one minute. You can vary the exercises as per your needs
and your weight loss schedule.
Spartacus Workout For Women : The Best Circuit Training
But if you want to lose fat and maintain your hard-earned sexy muscle tone, weight training is the way to go: Research on low-
calorie dieters shows that people who combine cardio and weight-training lose more fat than those who don't lift. Spartacus
Workouts feature metabolic circuits, or fast-paced weight-training routines that combine cardio and weight training into one
workout that does it all. Because the workouts alternate between upper- and lower-body exercises, your muscles don't tire out.
And when you don't have to stop for breaks, you can finish your workout more quickly, and get out of the gym to show off the
Best Workouts For Weight Loss
• High Intensity Interval Training. What: A more intense version of interval training that involves alternating high intensity work
sets with rest intervals. With this training, you're working at a Level 8 or 9 on this perceived exertion chart for 10 seconds to 2
minutes, with rest intervals that can be shorter, the same or longer than the work sets. Why not: High intensity exercise can
increase risk of injury and soreness. What: A killer form of HIIT that involves alternating very high intensity exercise for 20
seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated 8 times for a total 4 minutes. Why not: This high intensity exercise is
uncomfortable and increases risk of soreness, injury and hating exercise. Do a high intensity exercise like burpees or froggy
jumps , working as hard as you can for 20 seconds. You do each exercise for a certain duration and then go immediately to the
next exercise. It could be due to a growth hormone released during and after high intensity resistance training exercise. Why not:
This high level of intensity can be very uncomfortable and cause lots of soreness and, possibly, injury if the body isn't ready for it.
The high intensity workouts highlighted in this article are certainly the flavor of the month in the world of fitness and weight loss.
High impact , high intensity exercise isn't the only way to lose weight, so you may want to avoid high intensity training for the
Circuit Training To Lose Weight Fast, Advantages Of
The group can motivate each other. Circuit Training using the Sauna Suit is a great way to tone and reduce weight loss. In each
circuit try to ensure that no two consecutive exercises work the same muscle group. Do not have press ups followed by pull ups.
A circuit should be set up so that you work each body part as follows: The following are examples of exercises that can be used
in a circuit training session: Press ups, Snake Press ups, Bench dips, Pull ups, Medicine ball exercises, Bench lift, Inclined
press up. Beginners complete one circuit in the Sauna Suit and as you get fitter increase the number of circuits completed.
Fat - Loss Circuit Training - Try It Now
If someone is waiting to use your cardio machine the moment you step off, it will defeat the purpose of the workout. You will be
going back and forth between your weight training exercises and one cardio exercise for the duration of the workout. Your rest
period for weights will be your cardio and your rest period for cardio will be your weights. It utilizes resistance training and
cardio training so you get all the benefits of both in one workout. It saves time - you get both your weights and cardio in the same
amount of time as your regular workout. Many cardio machines have a "rest period" feature where you can leave the machine on
and it will not erase your program while you have stepped off. Don't rush your weight sets - perform them with the same form and
speed as you would if you were doing a regular set in your training. You will be going back and forth continuously between cardio
and your weight training exercises, using the cardio as the rest period between your weight sets. What this means is that over
the course of your workout, you'll be burning calories via cardio and weights and you'll be working your muscles with intense,
heavy weight training as well. As you improve your cardio ability, you can choose to increase the intensity of your cardio training
Circuit Training Workouts : Burn Fat, Improve Muscle
1st Week: Perform 1 Circuit 3x a week. Perform 2 Circuits 3x a week. 4th Week: Perform 3 circuits 3x a week. 5th Week: Perform
3 or 4 circuits 3x a week. 6th Week: Perform 4 circuits 3x a week.
Total Body Workout Routines Using Circuit Training
Total Body Workout Routines. Total Body Workout Routines and Circuit Training. Total Body Strength Workout Routines and Best
Home Workout Routines, Exercise Routines. Total body workout routines using circuit training hit all your problem parts. The most
effective total body workout routines are known as circuit training: performing a rapid sequence of varied exercises with little or
no rest between sets. The total body workout routine of circuit training has the advantage of improving cardio while strengthening
muscle and best of all, staving off boredom. Total body workout routines built around circuit training focus on the major muscle
areas of the body—legs, abdominals, chest and back, shoulders and arms—either in one circuit for each muscle, or as a circuit
that hits all the muscles in one workout.
Circuit Training For Weight Loss
Home » Nutrition Tips » Circuit Training for Weight Loss. Circuit Training for Weight Loss. Of all the weight loss workouts I’ve
offered, circuit training will get you seeing results the fastest (combined with the right diet, of course). So here’s a circuit training
workout specially designed for weight loss. Circuit training combines resistance training and high-intensity aerobics in order to
maximize your results at the gym. This is why circuit training is great for days when your time is tighter than usual. How can
circuit training be used to target weight loss? In principle, all circuit training can be great for weight loss, because it builds
muscle and burns tons of calories at the same time. The following circuit training program combines weights with cardio. Circuit
Training for Weight Loss Step 1. Circuit Training for Weight Loss Step 2. Circuit Training for Weight Loss Step 3. Circuit Training for
Weight Loss Step 4. Have any questions or feedback about Circuit Training for Weight Loss?
Circuit Training Routine For Weight Loss - Get Fit
The main function of circuit training is to work your aerobic system while simultaneously building muscular strength and
endurance. This means you can burn calories efficiently while doing circuit training, and you continue to burn calories efficiently
hours after you are done working out. Circuit training is done by performing a series of exercises back to back with little to no
rest in between. Once a circuit is completed, you then start from the top of the order and go right through the exercises again. The
amount of exercises and the number of circuits are determined by your current fitness levels. For example, if you are new to
exercise, perform one single circuit of six exercises, and do 12 to 15 repetitions. Exercises in a circuit are done with free
weights, body weight and stability equipment. By taking short rest breaks, your heart rate remains elevated, and you are burning
calories efficiently. Other than weight loss and an improved aerobic capacity, circuit routines can offer you convenience. If you
are pressed for time, a full body circuit can be done in 30 minutes or less. You can do this by shortening the rest breaks between
exercises. Once you really improve your aerobic capacity, you can skip the rest breaks altogether and just go from one exercise
to the next.
20 Minute Circuit Workout
Circuit training is one of the best ways to make a resistance and strength training workout that is also challenging for your heart
and lungs. This workout is a 20-minute workout that will take you to your maximum physical effort as well as your maximum heart
rate. The object of this workout is not to rest in between exercises. You will see that one minute of a particular exercise will burn
out the targeted muscle group as well as increase your heart rate to a fat and sugar burning zone. Try the 20 minute workout
below - if it is not challenging enough for you try it again, totaling only 40 minutes of your time in the weight room. The above
workout is organized with upper body, lower body and cardiovascular exercises. By simply doing the above upper body and
lower body exercises in such a way, you will be able to rest your upper body muscles while you workout your lower body
muscles, but you will never rest your heart. This is how you make the circuit workout challenging to your cardiovascular system
as well as your major muscle groups. The key is to burn more calories than you take in and this workout will help you with that -
promise. If you are interested in starting a workout program to create a healthy lifestyle - check out the Military.com Fitness e
Book store and the Stew Smith article archive at Military.com.
Cardio Circuit Training For Weight Loss - Article
Another misconception of cardio training for fat loss is that the exerciser must stay within specific heart rate zones. In addition,
energy systems are not based on heart rate, but rather on the time and intensity that the exercise is being performed. If calories
burned are being measured by monitoring heart rate alone, it will indicate that the client is burning more calories than he or she
actually is. For example, studies of different programs on the market found that very high intensity programs like Tabata (Tabata et
al., 1996) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) (Tabata et al., 1996; Gibala et al., 2006) resulted in significant weight loss for
participants. The green line represents what happens in a lot of group exercise classes — more calories are burned than in the
low intensity workout, but this often still results in plateauing for most clients. The red line shows interval training, which will
take your clients to a higher intensity level to promote higher caloric expenditure during and, even more important, after the
workout. Because the intensity of the workout greatly increases the odds of injury or burnout, however, trainers must
consistently monitor the client’s power expenditure and heart rate throughout the session. Most circuit training programs slowly
introduce circuit with intervals, in an effort to avoid the plateaus that often resulted from training in the “fat burning zone.” To do
this, 30-second high intensity work intervals are combined with 30 seconds of rest or recovery. At the same time, trainers and
coaches are able to effectively measure the client’s power expenditure during this relatively short period. If a client’s heart rate
drops an average of 10 beats over the five minutes, that is his or her fitness score. This simple 30/30 interval training program
provides the two basic benefits of cardio training: an increase in cardio fitness (faster heart rate recovery) and more calories
burned (more work done). Make sure clients do not start too fast and have to reduce intensity before the end of the five minutes.
With cardio, the work is recorded so you can continue to push clients by adding more work (watts/RPMs) over time. Track the
power and use heart rate as a guide. The 30/30 interval training program will safely aid in both cardio fitness improvement and
the body’s ability to burn more calories during workouts, while increasing metabolism to burn calories throughout the day.
Fat Loss Circuit Training – A Time
Fat-Loss Circuit Training is very simple once you get the hang of it, but it can be one of the most demanding styles of training you
can do. If someone is waiting to use your cardio machine the moment you step off, it will defeat the purpose of the workout. Your
rest period for weights will be cardio and your rest period for cardio will be your weights. You will be going back and forth
between your weight training exercises and cardio exercise for the duration of the workout! It utilizes resistance training and
cardio training so you get all the benefits of both in one workout. It saves time – you get both your weights and cardio in the same
amount of time as your regular workout. Start the timer when you start the cardio. Don’t rush your weight sets – perform them with
the same form and speed as you would if you were doing a regular set in your training. You will be going back and forth
continuously between cardio and weight training exercises, using the cardio as the rest period between your weight sets. What
this means is that over the course of your workout, you’ll be burning calories via cardio and weights AND you’ll be working your
muscles with intense, heavy weight training as well. As you can see you, you’ll do all your sets for your first bodypart (with cardio
in between, of course), then move to your NEXT bodypart and do all the sets for that bodypart. As you improve your cardio
capacity, you can increase the intensity of your cardio training between sets. This Fat-Loss Circuit technique can be used with
nearly any form of cardio exercise as long as it is convenient to go back and forth with the weights. Take no rest as you move
between 40 seconds of cardio work and your weight training sets.
Is Circuit Training Good For Weight Loss
Circuit training may help you lose weight effectively because it maximizes calorie burning by keeping you active throughout your
entire workout. Circuit training can also help you combine high-efficiency calorie burning activities, such as treadmill running,
rowing, and weight training, into one workout without getting overly fatigued. The quick pace of circuit training provides an
intense experience that can be beneficial for weight loss due to the during-workout calorie burning. You can enhance the calorie
burning and weight loss potential of your circuit training if you keep a few strategies in mind.
Finding The Right Balance Of Cardio And Weight Training
Finding the Right Balance of Cardio and Weight Training. Resistance training when done in circuits with cardio intervals is the
best way to lose weight for the following reasons: Resistance circuit training burns more calories than straight cardio both during
the workout and after. This is because you are getting the benefits of a resistance-training workout and a cardio workout all in
one. Additionally, you will burn more calories for up to 24 hours after weight lifting than you would with cardio alone because your
body has to work hard to return your muscles to a pre-lactate state (the state before training). Your muscles need adequate rest
and recovery time for best results, but you can do as much cardio as you want.
Circuit Training Workouts To Stimulate Fat Loss And Preserve
Bench Press: 2 sets of 6-8 reps. Rows: 2 sets of 6-8 reps. Ab Bicycles: 2 sets of 8-10 reps. Lateral Raises: 2 sets
of 6-8 reps. Calf Raises: 2 sets of 8-10 reps. Leg Press: 1 set of 12-15 reps. Bench Press: 1 set of 12-15
reps. Lunges: 1 set of 12-15 reps. Lateral Raises: 1 set of 12-15 reps. Calf Raises: 1 set of 15-20 reps.
Beginner's Weight Loss Weight Training
But if you’re starting from scratch with a lot of weight to lose and not much experience with exercise programs, then this program
is for you. You can do this on a treadmill, on a sidewalk or at the park. You have easy access to weight training gear at the gym,
where free weights and machines are at the ready. Check out the beginner resources to get familiar with how weight training
works. Use my circuit program and modify it if you need to, by slowing it down, so that you can complete at least three circuits.
Your diet needs to restrict calories, so that you lose fat, while providing you with essential nutrients and sufficient energy to fuel
your activity program. Here’s the basis of a healthy diet for this program: Make sure the fats you eat are good fats . Beginner's
Weight Loss Weights Program Schedule. Choose 8 dumbbell exercises from the dumbbell program , and do 3 sets of 12 exercise
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