If your goal is to improve your cardiorespiratory endurance and body composition, science has shown that one of the most efficient ways to do so is by performing high-intensity interval training. Often times, HIIT training is performed on equipment like the treadmill or cycling machine. But what is the best training method if you want to improve your body composition and build strength?
While it is possible to blast body fat using methods such as cardio training, strength training has popularized itself as a go-to method to lean down for many people. A well-planned strength training session is capable of burning a high amount of calories all while building lean muscle. Check out the article below to learn how to use this method of training to burn body fat and achieve high-calorie burning workouts.
Keeping your caloric intake and outtake in check is important if you are trying to lose weight. Learning how to manipulate the amount of calories you eat and burn is an important step on the path towards reaching your goals. In this article, I breakdown what it would take to lose one pound a week.
Knowing your caloric need is important to know if weight management is your main goal. Whether you want to lose body fat, build muscle mass, or maintain your current weight, knowing the amount of calories you need is the first crucial step to getting you towards your goal. Follow the guide below to figure out how many calories you need in your day.