Posts Tagged ‘fat burning’

Interval Fat burning

Sunday, February 27th, 2011

Interval fat burningWe remembered the greatest way to get warm in this cold, raging outside. No, I will become as tedious fire door neighbor from downstairs constantly said your love life. A visit in the sauna is too warm unsettled, although worthwhile in all cases. Rather, we mean to focus on cardio training. More heavy traffic would affect great on your body – not only will it warm, but with it will burn a lot of calories. If you add a light diet and even stored fat will begin to melt. Therefore we have the perfect proposal for this purpose – interval running. It increases endurance, and with it will reduce the amount of weight you are at home more after the holiday of the year. In fact, interval training scheme you can use not only the path, but any cardio equipment. And even in cross-country skiing in the open.
And here for what it is:
- Heat for about 5-10 minutes at a slow pace. This does not mean to drag along the path, though at the end of that time, your muscles must be warmed and be slightly perspiring.
- Accelerate quickly to near the maximum of its power (the path as it would be the ninth or tenth grade, and ecliptic – about 170 feet per minute). Follow this pace 10-15 seconds.
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Burn the fats with water

Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

Water burns fatsThe most important role of the liver is converting stored fat into energy. Unfortunately, this function is not limited. His liver is required to take part in the work of the kidneys if they are deprived of water. Thus liver assume additional tasks to the principal, and, of course, reduces its productivity. It is no longer able to process fat as fast as it would do if the kidneys are working normally. If you allow this to happen, show not only negligence to their liver, but by themselves create conditions for fat accumulation because the decreasing effectiveness of its work to turn them into energy. Although studies of differentiated fluids need for people who lead a sedentary or physically active lifestyle, are quite scarce, experts give a pretty clear rule. Summarized it as follows: a man leading a sedentary lifestyle are on average 12 cups of liquids a day and women – 9 to provide optimum operating conditions of the liver. These liquids, it is best to obtain from and decaffeinated soft drinks, soups and meals. As a rule, with their food procurement 4 cups of liquid a day, 1 comes from metabolism, and the remainder is obtained from fluid intake.
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