For many of my clients I like to recommend them to a training of whole body as part of its overall programme of exercises. And why a whole body workout? It’s maximise metabolism and thus, that operates at an optimal pace, burn more calories and fat, even in sleep mode. If your objectives are to burn fat, lose weight, reduce size and tone, it is important to focus on accelerating the metabolism. It is actually quite simple, when it comes to exercise, exercise harder accelerates your metabolism. More specifically with intense but short, explosive, exercises that is the key.
Gone are those days in that had to be exercised at a steady pace without giving your body many challenges, or exercising specific parts and muscle groups a day, and the next other different muscle groups. Science has shown consistently that these outdated approaches are less effective than a whole body workout. Sure, any exercise is better than sitting on the sofa with a pot of chips. But to get the best out of your time spent keywords to concentrate on exercise intensity and variety. Intensity means less time to practice harder. The variety is explained by itself alone. Mix your routine frequently to challenge your body.
This hard work pay their dividends, believe me. While traditional exercises speed up metabolism and burn calories, full body routines will keep your metabolism high much longer than any other exercise. You could exercise your biceps and triceps and accelerate your metabolism a little after you finish training you. Or you could spend 30 minutes doing an intense workout, exercising your legs, back, chest, arms and speed up your metabolism for many hours, even more than one day! What you read is correct, when you exercise you harder and more intelligently, you will save time and also get better results. Sounds like a better investment? Then is required an exercise of 30 minutes?