Muscle And Weight Loss

Muscle And Weight Loss

Weight loss can affect how much muscle you have in a negative manner. When you lose weight, you normally lose both fat tissue and muscle tissue. In order to lose weight, you have to burn more calories than you consume. The body doesn’t normally differentiate where the calories come from during weight loss, so some of it comes from using muscle tissue. That can actually slow your progress when you have less muscle tissue. Muscle tissue requires more calories than fat tissue does for maintenance, so the more you have, the higher your metabolism is and the more calories you burn 24/7.

If you’re not using your muscles, you’ll lose them.

Even if you aren’t trying to lose weight, muscle tissue waste away when you don’t use them. However, if you have a program of regular exercise, you’ll be building muscle tissue while the body burns fat. Not all exercise is equal. Running, for instance, can actually cause muscle tissue loss. However, strength training and resistance exercises do the opposite. While both burn calories, strength training burns calories, while building more muscle tissue, to boost metabolism and make weight loss even easier.

How do you know if you’re burning muscle tissue and not fat tissue?

The body is programmed to burn a specific amount of fat and then it dips into the muscle tissue. How do you determine that it’s fat not muscle? Taking a measurement with a body fat scales before you start and throughout the weight loss process is one way. Checking out inches, rather than pounds—since muscle tissue weighs more per cubic inch than fat tissue does, so as your inches shrink, even if there’s no weight loss, you’re building more muscle. If you feel exhausted, you may be losing more muscle tissue than fat.

Make protein an important part of your weight loss program.

Just like fat and fiber, protein keeps you feeling full longer, so it can help any type of weight loss program. You also need to have adequate program to both build and maintain muscle tissue. It’s one reason fad diets often don’t work. You may lose weight, but it’s muscle weight, which makes weight loss even harder and weight gain easier when the diet’s over. There are studies that show when protein is increased in the diet, there’s less loss of muscle mass.

  • Besides getting adequate exercise and the right type of exercise, you need to make sure you have adequate recovery time. Too much cardio without recovery time can waste muscle tissue.
  • Getting all types of workouts is important for both your health and to avoid muscle loss. Mixing cardio with resistance training in an HIIT—high intensity interval training—-workout can help shed pounds faster, while keeping endurance and strength high.
  • Getting adequate sleep is important when you’re trying to shed weight. Lack of sleep not only makes you less energetic during a workout, it messes with your hormones that affect hunger and the storage of fat.
  • While building muscle tissue and trying to shed pounds, don’t use a starvation diet. A small deficit will help you burn fat, while building muscle tissue. Both give you a shapely, thinner look.

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Am I Always Going To Be Sore?

Am I Always Going To Be Sore?

People in Richmond Hill, GA, often find they have some aches and pains the day after a tough workout and wonder whether they’re always going to be sore. The answer is far more complicated than just a yes or no. It all depends on how severe the pain is and how much you’ve pushed yourself. If you’re feeling sore after a workout, or the next day, it means you’re challenging your body and that can be a good thing. However, if you can barely make it up the stairs and cringe every time you stand up or sit down, it might be another matter entirely.

A little ouchy isn’t bad, but it shouldn’t be debilitating.

When you’re following a workout program that’s continually challenging you and working toward progress, you’re going to be sore. It’s completely normal. It’s also a sign that you’re doing well. However, a little fatigue or soreness is quite different from the type of soreness that makes you cringe every time you have to move. That type of soreness doesn’t go away in a day and it actually might be overdoing it and doing more harm than good.

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness—DOMS—is the cause of some soreness.

Think about your workout. Did you add more reps, more weight or workout longer than normal? Are you just starting a workout program? You’ll feel it after working out and often into the next day, but it will be just an “OW” or two and won’t slow you down. In fact, it should be better if you wait a day. That soreness comes from the process of building muscles, where there are micro-tears in the muscle tissue that require time for the healing process. This is known as DOMS—It comes from inflammation that heightens the sensation of pain. It sets in 24 to 72 hours after exercise.

What if just moving a little—or even thinking about moving—is unbearable?

You may have an injury, so pushing ahead isn’t recommended. Not all pain is good or indicates improvement. DOMS lasts anywhere from 12- to 72 hours, but normally starts from 12 to 24 hours after a tough workout, peaks at 48 hours and subsides after 72 hours. If pain continues to get more intense after that 48 hour period, you may have an injury. After three days, there should be a significant difference in the pain level and type of pain. If there isn’t, it may be time to go to the doctor to see if you’re facing an injury.

  • One way to ease the pain of DOMS is to improve circulation. Laying down actually makes it take longer to get better. Take a walk or do light exercise. Stretching, foam rolling, heat and compression help.
  • If you feel intense pain even when not moving or recovery techniques aren’t working, it’s not good pain. It can be an indication of an injury.
  • There’s a difference between good pain and unbearable or bad pain. If your calves remind you that you worked out hard the day before, that’s good. It means you’re pushing your body. If they hurt so bad you can’t sleep at night and feel intense pain for days, that’s bad. It’s probably an injury.
  • Localized redness and swelling are also signs that you may have an injury. The area will be tender to the touch and you’ll feel a burning sensation. Some pain is good and to be expected. Too much is an indication of a problem.

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Is Sugar Really The Evil Villain??

Is Sugar Really The Evil Villain??

While you won’t fall down ill by eating a pastry or treat filled with sugar occasionally, sugar becomes the evil villain by the sheer amount people consume. Sugar is in almost everything that’s processed. It’s part of every holiday and daily life. Pick up a bottle of ketchup and check it. It contains sugar. That means if you eat a burger with ketchup, you’re adding sugar to your diet. Most bottled salad dressings contain sugar, so does cereal, fruit drinks, yogurt with added fruit and etc. Sugar is highly addictive, which is why it’s often so hard to give it up to lose weight.

Why do people crave sugar?

There’s a lot of reasons that people crave sugar. Some anthropologists believe man was created specifically to crave it, since fruits and vegetables that are sweet are not poisonous, making it easier to recognize edible plants. One thing is certain, sugar does stimulate the opioid receptors—which trigger the feeling of pleasure. Food manufacturers know that people crave sugar. In fact, the soft drink industry grew large due to that. After all, most soft drinks are nothing more than sparkling water, a little flavoring and lots of sugar.

Don’t listen to commercials that say sugar is natural, so it’s healthy.

Sure, sugar does exist naturally, but so do poisonous plants. In the animal world, only animals that consume sugar have dental problems. Bears have cavities. Bears eat honey and even though it’s natural and extremely healthy when compared to other forms of sugar, it’s still sugar. Not only does sugar cause dental problems, it contributes to obesity, increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes, accelerates aging and even affects the immune system.

One of the most promoted types of sugar isn’t natural at all.

You may have seen those commercials touting high fructose corn syrup—HFCS—that say it’s a natural product, so it must be healthy. It’s not. In fact, it’s worse than regular table sugar and it’s in everything, because it’s cheap. It reacts differently in the body increasing your appetite and the potential for heart disease, dementia and damage to the lining of the stomach.

  • Sugar is connected to increased risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity, aging, reduced immune functioning and mental functioning. It increases gum disease and promotes stress.
  • Don’t be fooled by the name. There are many different names for sugar, HFCS, dextrose, sucrose, beet sugar, cane sugar, maltose, fructose, dextrose and cane sugar. Some manufacturers use several types, so the ingredient appears lower on the level, but would be at the top if added together.
  • Sugar interferes with the sense of taste, making naturally sweet foods, like fruit, taste less sweet. If you give up sugar for a while, you’ll be amazed at how good natural foods really taste.
  • Food with added sugar may be worse for those with high blood pressure. Some studies show that it causes the numbers to rise higher than added salt does.

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Can You Have Too Much Protein

Can You Have Too Much Protein

I hear clients in Richmond Hill, GA, tell me about all the diets they’ve used, including high protein and Keto diets. Some swear by the quick weight loss benefits, others say they lost weight and regained it quickly. The big question is not how much you can lose, but whether it’s healthy or not. You can lose weight on almost any diet, including ones that have you drink only “magical elixirs” made of maple sugar and lemon. You can’t live on that, however, so it’s a short term weight loss. Protein is good for you, but can you get too much of a good thing? Can you eat too much protein?

The amount of protein you need is based on age, physical activity, gender and whether you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.

The more active you are, the more protein you need. You need a gram of protein for every 2.2 pounds you weigh if you live a sedentary lifestyle. That amount increases to 1.3 grams with moderate activity and 1.6 grams if you’re participating in intense activity levels. That means a person weighing 110 pounds would require 50 grams per day if they’re inactive, 65 if moderately active and 80 if you’re doing strenuous activity regularly. Aging people don’t process protein as well and require more to prevent muscle loss. Those who breastfeed or are pregnant require the extra protein for the baby’s needs.

Adequate protein is important for good health, but too much leads to health issues, too.

Most studies show that upping the amount of protein to 2 grams for every 2.2 pounds for a long time won’t hurt. That’s double the recommended amount for a sedentary person. Once that amount is surpassed, over time, it can create health issues. It may start with intestinal problems or indigestion. It can cause exhaustion, dehydration, nausea, diarrhea, headache and irritability. The effects of long term over consumption can include disorders of the blood vessels, seizures, kidney disease, liver disease, cardiovascular disease and even death. There are also links to cancer, osteopenia and osteoporosis and type 2 diabetes.

If you ate a pound of steak a day, and no other protein, you’d still be safe.

Anyone that weighed 110 pounds or was moderately active at that weight, still wouldn’t be over their protein allotment if they ate a pound of steak and no other protein that day. They’d have 112 grams of protein, still under the 2.2 grams that keeps it on the safe side. That’s probably not a problem for most people.

  • The danger of excess protein comes, not from what you eat, but protein supplements. More is not always better. A healthy diet is the best way to ensure you have adequate protein.
  • Adequate protein is important. It’s the building blocks for skin, bones, muscles, cartilage and blood. It also makes you feel full, so you don’t overeat, making weight loss easier.
  • Even though protein may be good for weight loss, it still has calories. When you eat too much and don’t burn it for energy, it’s stored as fat.
  • One immediate result of eating larger amounts of protein is bad breath that doesn’t disappear with rigorous brushing and flossing.

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Muscles And Mason Jars

Muscles And Mason Jars

I love watching people change from tired and overweight to fit and full of life at Studio Fit in Richmond Hill, GA. Our whole program is about building muscles and having the energy to do everyday tasks without running out of breath or struggling. Even things as simple as climbing stairs or opening mason jars become far easier when your fit. That means you have more energy at the end of the day to do fun things with the family or tackle a new goal to make your life better.

It all starts with the determination to get fitter and setting a goal.

There’s no mystery to becoming your fittest. It takes healthy habits to do that. Whether it’s getting adequate sleep, exercising more or eating healthy, it all is important. But it all has to start somewhere and that means creating a goal. Once you have a goal, breaking it down to smaller specific steps you can accomplish in a shorter time frame provides the road map to reach your destination. As a personal trainer, I can help you do that. The goal must be specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based. Think of the acronym SMART.

We create the workout to get you to your destination.

One reason we have so much success with clients is that we learn about them, help them create goals and identify their fitness level before we create their workout plan. Each plan focuses on working out all muscle groups, but also focusing on those that need the extra help. The plan builds all types of fitness, strength, endurance, flexibility and balance. We use exercises that get you to your destination faster, such as using kettlebells, which provide a full body workout.

You have to eat healthy to reach any fitness goal.

It doesn’t matter if you’re working out for hours, if you’re eating junk, you won’t get the results you want. That’s why we provide dietary help and nutritional advice. You can’t out-exercise a bad diet. If you’re working out for an hour and then eating a super-sized Big Mac meal, you’ll still gain weight. We’ll help make weight loss painless and with ideas for great meals that are easy to make and quick. Think mason jar salad.

  • Changing your lifestyle is the only way you can take weight off and prevent it from returning, putting you in that yo-yo weight gain syndrome. It’s a permanent fix, but not a quick fix. It takes time to make fitness a habit.
  • Getting adequate sleep is just as important to your health and your weight loss program. Lack of sleep increases the amount of ghrelin your body makes. Ghrelin is the hormone that makes you hungry. Lack of sleep suppresses the creation of leptin, the hormone that makes you feel full.
  • If you’re not convinced that you want to change your habits forever, try our fit in 42 challenge. In just six short weeks, you’ll see the difference and feel so great, you’ll never want to go back to the old habits.
  • Come in to Studio Fit and take the thirty day trial small group training to test the waters, especially if you aren’t ready for the fit in 42 challenge. You’ll love how you feel and the progress you make in just one short month.

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Can't Stop The Sweat

Can’t Stop The Sweat

Everyone has had those days when the weather is so hot or they’re working out so hard that they can’t stop the sweat. While sweating can make your hair look horrible, create sweat stains on your clothes and even cause eye make-up to stream down your face, it’s good for you in the gym. Sweat helps you cool down as it evaporates on your skin. That’s why there are so many gym phrases about sweat, like, “Sweat is fat crying.” or “Great things come to those who sweat.”

Sweat is our natural cooling technique.

When you workout, the muscles used stored energy, which quickly depletes. The muscles then create more energy by combining oxygen with ATP—adenosine triphosphate. That causes heat as a byproduct. One study conducted in 2018 and published in the Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, noted that the heat created was around muscle groups. In the case of runners, it was around their legs, where most of the work was accomplished. Without sweating, the body temperature can rise to dangerous levels.

Embrace the sweat and push toward it.

If you’ve ever talked to someone that lives in a dry, desert area, they’ll tell you that the higher temperatures aren’t bad, because it’s a dry heat. Of course, it’s still hot, but the quicker evaporation of the sweat cools the body faster and makes it feel more comfortable than it does when it’s humid. Working out in an air conditioned area won’t make you feel as hot as it would working outside in the hot sun on a humid day, but you’ll still sweat, especially if you’re working hard. Your body temperature still increases to get the calories for muscles to do their best.

Don’t forget to drink water before, during and after a workout.

Two hours before you workout, make sure you have two to three 8-ounce bottles of water. Then drink an 8-ounce bottle of water 20 to 30 minutes before you workout or during the warm-up. During your workout sip on a half liter of water for every 30 minutes. Within 30 minutes after you workout drink another 8-ounces of water. Having adequate fluid for sweat is important to keep you cool, healthy and ready for the best possible workout.

  • Water does more than just regulate your body temperature. It also lubricates the joints. It aids in transporting nutrients, while also aiding you in performing your best and helping to prevent muscle cramps, dizziness and other serious conditions.
  • People who are fitter tend to sweat faster than those who aren’t. It’s the body’s adjustment to ensure it’s kept cool.
  • Some studies show that working out in a hotter environment may actually burn more calories. You have to be used to the workout first and then acclimate the body to the heat to be safer. Always make sure you hydrate heavily if you choose this option.
  • At Studio Fit, we’ll provide a tailored workout program that will definitely make you sweat, but never be beyond your capabilities.

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How To Motivate Yourself On A Rainy Day

How To Motivate Yourself On A Rainy Day

Those cloudy, drizzly days in Richmond Hill, GA, can certainly affect your mood and even make it tougher to get the energy to go to the gym. It can make you feel like wrapping up in a blanket, binge watching TV and munching on sugary treats. However, those are the times when you must motivate yourself and there’s some great ways to do it. It takes planning ahead and knowing there will betimes that you simply don’t feel like exercising. Find one of the suggestions that works for you and have it ready when you need it most.

Just do it!

Okay, someone already took that slogan, but it doesn’t mean you can’t. Make a deal with yourself to just workout for a few minutes, make it ten minutes or more. If you want to quit after that workout, do…but agree to do that two more times throughout the day. Studies show that three separate ten minute workouts can provide the same benefit as one thirty-minute one. If you find that after ten minutes, you’re ready to go another thirty to forty, go for it. Doing something is always better than doing nothing and it makes it easier to complete your goals.

Create a routine and follow it closely.

Lay out your clothes and start your routine by getting dressed. Actually, that can be a tough one if you’re ready to spend the day on the couch, but getting dressed, whether it’s for a workout or a day at work, will help you get motivated. Once you’re dressed, your body is ready for the next step, going somewhere and doing something. It all gets back to getting started, so make it easy on yourself.

Instead of laying on the couch, make the alternative something you hate to do.

Whether it’s moving your furniture so you can sweep everywhere or washing windows, you probably have a task that you’ve put off for a while, preferably something that requires effort. Have a list of those tasks ready for those days you don’t want to workout. Use one of those jobs as the alternative to working out. If it’s a job that takes physical effort, you’ll still be getting exercise and getting work done, too. Most people find that working out is preferable to doing tasks they’ve put off for years.

  • Just getting up and moving will help you avoid binge eating, but if you need a bit of extra help, learn to use procrastination to your favor. Put off eating that first sweet roll or the candy bar you have in your freezer for later. You could put it off forever!
  • Start your routine with something as simple as packing a bag of gym clothes, if you dress at the gym, or filling a water bottle, it should be anything that gets you closer to your goal. It’s all about having a routine and sticking with it, even when you’re not motivated.
  • Take a walk. Don’t let yourself lay on the couch, take the dog for a walk or go for one by yourself if you don’t have a pet. If it’s too nasty to walk outside, do a few brisk laps up and down stair or in the living room.
  • Avoid the problem by having a workout friend or personal trainer. It’s one reason our group and private training sessions work so well. You’re more apt to go to the gym if you’re meeting someone there.

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Create Your Own Home Gym

Create Your Own Home Gym

Even though our business depends on people coming in to our gym, that doesn’t mean there are times when clients find it impossible to do. That’s why I also recommend a home gym or an area to workout and a routine of exercises that don’t require any equipment. As a personal trainer, I’m always glad to help clients with that type of workout, so they have it available when they go on vacation or need to workout at home, no matter what the reason. If you want to have a home gym, here are a few suggestions.

Keep it budget friendly.

Of course, exercises that don’t require equipment are the most budget friendly, but there are a few pieces of equipment you can have available that are extremely budget friendly. You can use resistance bands that are inexpensive, but provide a good strength training workout. Kettlebells are also a great addition to a home gym, as long as you have the space to move around. Balance balls can be purchased for under $20 and make a good addition, too. Pull up bars can add to your home gym and don’t cost a fortune.

Get a little more sophisticated with a few used items.

Buying used items can be tricky. Make sure you see the items in person so you can look for wear and tear. You can’t go wrong if you’re buying items with no moving parts, like dumbbells, as long as you check for cracks. Also, look for defects, excessive wear, rust and damage. Buying in person is the only way to go when it comes to weights, since the cost of shipping would often be more than the cost of the weights. It also helps you make a more informed choice.

When you buy used, you can get a lot more for your dollar, but you need to take some preliminary steps.

Buy the type of equipment you’ll use and if you can only afford one piece of equipment, make it a total workout machine like a NordicTrack or a cardio machine like a rowing machine. If you’re buying something used and more expensive, try out a new one or workout on it at the gym, so you know how it should feel if it’s working right. Then all you have to do is test it before you buy the equipment.

  • Consider making a few pieces of equipment, like filling plastic detergent bottles with sand as weights or creating a workout bench.
  • If you’re going to use the home gym only occasionally, going used is often a good option. You should be able to get a good one that’s about half the price of a new one. Always check the price of a new one before you shop for used.
  • It’s better to get a more expensive used model than a cheaper, lower quality new option. Quality counts no matter what type of equipment you buy. It enhances your overall experience the higher the quality.
  • If storage is a problem, focus on resistance bands, hand weights and other easy to store items or take some private time with a trainer to create an at home workout designed with your accommodations and needs in mind.

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How To Increase Your Energy Levels

How To Increase Your Energy Levels

If you’re feeling dragged out in the middle of the day or find yourself moving slower than normal because you’re simply spent, you need to increase your energy levels. You can do it by making several lifestyle changes, which will also make you look better and feel better. For instance, just getting more sleep at night is a good way to make sure you wake up ready to face the day and keep your energy high until you go to bed that night. Getting adequate sleep also helps you lose weight, since lack of sleep causes you to create more hunger hormones.

Do you want more energy and stamina? Get physical.

Working out regularly seems like it would wear you out, but instead, it builds your energy level. One of the reasons is that you sleep better at night. Another is that it helps make you stronger, so tasks become easier. Exercise also helps you lose weight, which can make everything you do easier. If you’re just ten pounds overweight, it’s like carrying a ten pound dumbbell everywhere you go. Even if you aren’t in shape, getting up and moving around helps chase away fatigue. It gets the blood circulating. When you’re ready to put your head on your desk and take a nap, take a walk instead.

Cut out sugar.

What’s the first thing you do when you’re tired? If you rummage through drawers and cupboards looking for a sugary snack, you’re not alone. That’s because raising your blood sugar can make you feel more alert. Unfortunately, that alert feeling doesn’t last very long and before you know it, your blood sugar crashes and you’re even more exhausted than you were before you ate the sugary treat. Eating complex carbohydrates raises blood sugar slowly and keeps it level, so you won’t have that energy drop again.

Keep hydrated.

Water is a magical elixir that will wake you up faster than a cup of coffee. The human body is about two-thirds water. It keeps everything functioning properly. You lose fluid throughout the day either by sweating or voiding, so it’s necessary to make sure you replenish your supply. Even slight dehydration can cause you to feel exhausted and fatigued. Just loosing one and a half percent of your fluid is all it takes. Drinking eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day will keep you energized, while also helping you lose weight.

  • Eating a healthy diet not only helps ensure you’re healthy, it also helps you have more energy. Processed food and a high fat diet can make you feel run down and exhausted. Healthy eating provides both fuel and all the nutrients you need to keep your body running efficiently.
  • Relax and avoid stress. Stress can beat you up and make you feel exhausted. While moving around can burn off the hormones of stress, learning stress control techniques can help you avoid getting to the point of exhaustion.
  • Stay involved and active. A great social life or hobbies that interest you keep you more focused, provide a social network and increase your energy.
  • At Studio Fit, we can help you make those lifestyle changes that will boost your energy level, plus make you look and feel fabulous. Come in to see us and investigate our 30-day trial.

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Best Cardio For Fast Weight Loss

Best Cardio For Fast Weight Loss

Many of my clients in Richmond Hill, GA, come to Studio Fit to lose weight. Our programs include both strength training and cardio for fast weight loss. One type of workout that addresses all types of fitness is HIIT—high intensity interval training. It’s not a specific exercise but a method of doing exercises. It can use any workout, including something as simple as walking. You simply go at top speed for a minute or two, reduce the intensity to moderate for recovery and then back to peak performance. Using that technique, you can do strength building exercises and make them great cardio workouts for weight loss.

If you want something simple, try jumping rope.

You won’t have to invest much in equipment when you do this cardio, but can torch calories effectively. Jumping rope is often part of a boxer’s training, since it’s great for getting into shape, burning calories and improving coordination. You can jump rope as part of HIIT, first jumping fast, then slowing it and back to high speed jumping. Sprinting is another way to torch calories.

There’s a reason coaches have their teams sprint up bleachers.

Sprinting is an exceptionally good cardio workout that also burns loads of calories to make weight loss easier. You can sprint on a track, treadmill or include the extra calorie burning of stair stepping by going up and down stairs. Sprinting at top speed and modifying both speed and intensity throughout the sprint gets you in shape faster than a steady pace. Sprint a lap, lifting your knees high as you do and then jog or walk a lap. Sprint up the stairs as fast as you can and then turn around and walk down them.

Ride a real bicycle or stationary bike for good results.

While any exercise is better than no exercise, you won’t get the results you want with a leisurely bike ride, you have to give it all you got. If you get on a stationary bike, peddle away with vigor and you’ll burn calories and keep the fire burning. Just like other exercises, pedal at high intensity for a few minutes and then slow the pace for recovery for a few. It’s all about varying the intensity and speed.

  • Kettlebell workout are not only total body workouts, they also work strength, flexibility and endurance—cardio. Studies show that kettlebells burn about 20 calories every minute you do it.
  • Jump in the pool or go to the lake, swimming will help you shed weight, while you get a cardio workout. If you do a few laps, treading water between laps, you’ll get huge weight loss benefits. One minute of speed swimming burns approximately 14 calories.
  • Rowing is good cardio, plus helps you lose weight. Try to set the speed record when you row and you’ll burn the most calories.
  • If you want to lose weight, our 30 day trial at Studio Fit could be perfect. Not only does it offer calorie burning exercises, it also provides nutritional advice that will help you shed pounds quickly.

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