does interval training really help fat loss?

Does interval training really help fat loss? Is it a big difference in the amount you lose and does it happen in a shorter time?

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6 Responses to “does interval training really help fat loss?”

  1. abc said:

    as long as you burn more calories than you put in. you’ll lose fat. is it interval strength or cardio? the reason cardio helps burn fat quicker is cause you lose calories faster.

  2. luminous said:

    Dr. Oz had a segment on H.I.T. or high interval training & he said it was good for the heart as the heart is still beating fast during the rest periods..so it seems other functions to lose weight would be intact also

  3. sweetnsimple205 said:

    70% of weight loss is from change of eating habits.

    I still struggle with this. Its so hard to change a habit.
    Exercising is good too, but if you incorporate cross training with weight lifting that would be ideal for you.

    Like run, swim- burns a lot of cardio
    if you lift weights, it tears your initial muscles and they increase in size which makes your metabolism FaSter in the long run.

    But its all about habit. You need to do this eating healthy and training consistently for at least a few months. You should be able to feel the difference in 3 weeks.

  4. Frugal said:

    Faster than what?
    If you like it do it. If you would rather just run or bike then do that.
    Eat better move more.

  5. Jaeda said:

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  6. tazo_pazo said:

    YES! YES! YES!

    Intervals are great for helping you lose fat from all over your body, especially the hard to target areas like back fat, etc. They’re also great for maximizing your workout if you’re short on time. Think you can’t get a hell of a workout in 15 minutes? Do one minute or even 30 second intervals on any cardio machine. Treadmill, elliptical, stationary bike, whatever. You will drip with sweat. A lot of weight loss experts (including my trainer) actually recommend 20 minutes to an hour of interval training in the mornings on an empty stomach. This will force your body to break down your fat reserves and boost your metabolism for the day. Also look into weight training. It will make you more toned giving you the illusion of being thinner even. Muscles burn fat all the time so you can eat more but still lose fat. A decent weight training session fires up your metabolism for up to 48 hours. Hope this helps. Good luck!




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