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How Do I Increase Fat Burn On A Treadmill?

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Treadmill fat burn routine: Warm up for 5 mins by brisk walking/jogging, slowly increase speed to walk/run as fast as you can and return to a brisk walk/jog for 2 mins. Repeat this cycle 4 times and try doing a 30 min cycle of the same. Running helps burn calories and visceral fat better. Running at high speeds or at an incline burns fat the best and improves stamina.

Curejoy Expert Dipti Mothay Explains:

Stomach fat is either subcutaneous or visceral. Subcutaneous fat is the fat that you can see. Visceral is found around the organs and can be dangerous. Losing this kind of fat is important, because visceral fat can lead to health problems. Treadmill training can help reduce the amount of fat on your body and directly tighten your tummy by shedding excess fat around the midsection.

Treadmill Workouts To Rid Belly Fat

Running

Running on a treadmill is one of the most effective ways to lose belly fat — not only does the activity burn calories for overall fat loss, but it also directly affects the visceral fat that lies under your stomach muscles. Belly fat responds particularly well to running and other aerobic exercise.

Interval Training

Although you can’t spot-train certain areas for weight loss, you can burn fat all over your body by walking on a treadmill. As you walk, you raise your heart rate, which causes your body to burn calories for energy. If you burn more calories than you consume on a regular basis, you will lose body fat, including abdominal fat. A major advantage of walking on the treadmill is the amount of control you have over your exercise intensity.

According to the American Council on Exercise, interval training burns a higher percentage of abdominal fat than other types of exercise, and provides a host of additional benefits. To get the most out of your interval workout, warm up for five minutes by walking at a moderately brisk pace. Next, walk as fast as you can or maintain the same speed but increase the incline for one minute. Return to a moderately brisk pace for two minutes, and repeat the three-minute interval four more times. Over time, increase the amount of intervals you do until you can exercise for 30 minutes without interruption.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

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