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 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.
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.
I't been proven time and again that running is one of the worst ways to burn calories.. and the best way to accelerate the ageing process.
Pretty simple just incline it to the highest level in 15 min you'll burn about 300 calories.. Worked for me my thighs and legs are now toned
It's good If your goal is weight loss then you need to train your body to consume fat as a fuel for energy while training. That only can be achieved by working our at 60-70% of your maximum heart rate. Be regular , initially your body take 25-30 mins to switch to fat burning after starting excersize. Gradually your body with regular excersize switch to fat burning with in few minutes. Don't forget strength excersize. It's must must must
Dagel Gillard I agree with Nguyen in that everyone is different.. but at the same time working out multiple muscle groups triggers afterburn effects which burns fat even while you sleep (dont believe me, look it up)! I much rather spend my time burning my muscles in the rack doing squats and compound exercises than running for 1 hour on the treadmill and burning BOTH fat and muscle.. Its about optimization and while cadio does burn fat, at the sametime i dont want to look like a little stick long distance runner, I much rather lose and burn fat while i gain muscle.. and yes I know this information does help some people.. there are different training techniques that im sure your not aware of so eat a dick
This is nonsense. Deadlift doesnt burn much fat. If you want optimal fat loss, it'll take intense cardio, smart nutrition and some strength training. Personally, I do both the treadmill and deadlifts. Sprinting, basketball and my diet has done more for me in terms of fat loss than deadlifting and squatting.. and I love them both. If you're gonna pass along information, be helpful
HIIT for 30 minutes... you'll never go back to using the treadmill the old way... guaranteed to burn fat in less time
Why don't you mention heart rate? 65-70% of maximum (220-age) for atleast 45 min session or 5h in week ensures fat burning. Also interval training should be monitored or you may lose your strength
Depends on each person goal. Those deadlifts and squats will guaranteed me a thunder thigh if thats the only thing I'm doing as I am working on slimming and toning them. Cardio will burn the fat and lifting will tone. Changes is good and gym has all that option.
my legs get heavy after walking on threadmill but i did sweat and i benefit from it. good thing for my cardio work out
I know.. stop running on the treadmill and do compound exercises with proper technique like deadlifts and squats... stop being a bitch!
Simple formula eat less exercise more. To eat less concentrate on healthy foods so that you don't feel hungry all the time
If you're obese I can guarantee the lifestyle is toxic .. by the way obese these days can be as low as 40 lbs overweight.
If you are all organic it probably isn't. If you are one regular diet it probably is.I used to have a beer belly and I don't drink. I went on a organic leafy green diet for another reason and two months later my beer belly was gone.
Maybe first make sure the fat isn't due to stored toxins. If it is, remove the toxins from your diet first, then detox, and if any fat is left, exercise. Maybe do some gardening.