Your experience: Most efficient form of cardio for overall fat loss?

What is the most efficient form of cardio for fat loss throughout your whole body, jogging, walkign running, stationary bike, or jump rope. I want to lose around 20 ls in 4 months. In your experience which cardio has worked best for you to slim you down all over?

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3 Responses to “Your experience: Most efficient form of cardio for overall fat loss?”

  1. Neycee said:

    For me its jogging- but I’ve done research and its said that speed walking burns fat while jogging/running burns carbs. But you must swing your arms and go as fast as a light jog- really get into it

  2. traildawg said:

    Jumping rope and jumping jacks works every fiber of your being, producing long lean muscles, and don’t forget to stretch before and after.
    Also, no processed foods or drinks.
    Lean proteins and fresh fruits and veggies and three servings of whole grains daily with 8-10 glasses of ice cold water. The colder the water, the harder your body has to work to digest it.
    Good for you… five pounds a month is a very healthy goal towards a smokin’ hot body!

  3. Thuan said:

    jump rope is effective but it does take a while for the any person to master the rope and do it constantly for a long amount of time

    interval jogging is the best way in my opinion
    what i do is:
    1. start at nice little jogging pace for about a mile on a tread mill i usually do 6.0
    2. when the mile hits i ramp it up to 7.0 to 7.5 depending how i feel for another mile
    3. after i work up a sweat i go to 5.5 for a mile to rest and then go to 8.0 for the last mile

    it varies day to day how far i go or how fast i go but basically its
    go a steady pace
    go faster that will get your heart racing
    rest at a steady pace recover…
    hit it again
    this method shocks your metabolism to spike during that time and it allows the body to burn more fat in that time




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