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Is it true that doing 30 seconds fast then 30 seconds slow helps you loose weight faster?

Because I have been using the cross trainer and burn 500 calories in 45 minutes, and I know that using the tread-mil doesn’t burn as much. But if I do 30 seconds of running as fast as I can and then do 30 seconds walking. Will this shift the fat, and make me lose weight faster or not?

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5 Responses to “Is it true that doing 30 seconds fast then 30 seconds slow helps you loose weight faster?”

  1. summmmertyme said:

    Yes. I have heard of one minute 100 percent is better than slow 3 minutes. Which means very vigorous workout for one minute w/100 percent fast is more of a fat burner than 3 minutes slow. Keep up the good work.

  2. Anon said:

    You burn more fat at a moderate heart rate, whereas at a higher rate rate you’re building your cardiovascular strength. Alternating between high intensity and medium intensity is one way to keep your heart rate at a moderate level.

  3. Bob G said:

    you’re thinking of intervals, but 30 seconds is kind of short for your body to adapt back and forth.
    i would say 3 minutes on 3 minutes off.
    they do really work though.

  4. Hax said:

    Try 20 seconds as fast as possible, then rest for 10 seconds.
    Repeat 7 more times.
    In a total of 4 minutes, you’re done with that exercise for the day, but it really tears you up.
    Doing this with situps makes you want to puke.

  5. Dherbs said:

    Yes but try 3 mins and 3 mins




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