It seems that obesity is a worldwide problem and shortly, we are in store for seeing more and more overweight people turning to exercise so that their obesity problem can be treated.
But what remains to be seen is that which exercise is the ideal one so as to lose weight? Maybe, something like High-Intensity Resistance is the best strategy today once PROPER NUTRITION IS IN PLACE
Since most people are different and so is their system. Same also goes to exercises as each and every one is different; they vary in intensity from thirty percent to seventy percent. Suppose you start out with 3 kilograms of pure fat lining your waist line, how much can you expect to lose and that too, on a diet of minimum protein intake of 1.2 gram or kilogram per day along with performing exercise maximum of four times a week resistance training regimen?
Frankly, the best bet is to eat clean and to hit the weights so that fat doesn’t get any chance to accumulate on certain parts of your body.
But if you are overweight and started to perform exercise at a later period, it may take a little longer to burn those fats around your waist line but remember that persistence is the key. It is usually recommended that if you start performing exercise and start changing from one to another, you have to make sure that you are getting adequate rest, sleeping and eating well.
Exercise itself contains incredible benefits for health and in a long term weight loss results but adding an adequate nutritional plan to make your metabolism understand that you must be in “fat burning mode” and NOT “fat storing mode” is essential to achieve remarkable results in strong fully functioning muscles and a healthy body. Exercise with INTENSITY (QUALITY) and you will be engaging a lot more mechanical work with muscle in a shorter period, making your body access more muscles fibers creating a deeper and better dosage of the stimulus of exercise.
High-intensity progressive resistance training and real food are the best weapons to beat obesity and prevent disease. Investing in your health is investing in your best asset, your body.