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Which is more beneficial for weight and fat loss?

20mins of cardio with high resistance or 45mins of cardio with low resistance on the stationary bike?

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3 Responses to “Which is more beneficial for weight and fat loss?”

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  2. Venus said :

    45 minutes of cardio with low resistance. When I had a personal trainer, that is what he said is best for fat burning. The reason is because if you are using a lot of resistance, you will be gaining muscle, which weighs more than fat. If you use low resistance, you will just be toning your muscles and burning fat. The best way to do that is on the stationary bike, or by walking briskly. Also, when you work out longer, your post-workout-burn will last longer (you will continue to burn calories after your workout at a higher rate than normal).

  3. MarcCuban said :

    The most beneficial way to lose fat and weight is to alternate between progressively fast and slow intervals of the cardio activity of your choice. This doubles your weight
    loss without doubling your workout time.
    I do this when I run, ride a bike, or use a rowing machine. I use different interval times for different days of the week.
    When I run, I’ll start jogging for three minutes, then I will sprint for 15 seconds and then jog for 30 seconds. I repeat the 15 and 30 second intervals until I’ve completed 15 minutes.
    Then a couple days later I will jog for three minutes, then I will sprint for 30 seconds and then jog for one minute. I repeat the 30 and 60 second intervals until I’ve completed 15 minutes.
    The same can be done on any piece of cardio equipment. Just raise the resistance up for your sprinting interval and then back it off for the medium pace interval.


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