In health and fitness, the main goal of many people is to lose weight and the most effective method of getting that done is by burning fat. So, if your primary objective is to burn fat, it is strongly recommended that intense interval training be a part of your regimen. In addition to being a fast way to getting in a great workout, interval trainings are found to be exceedingly valuable for transforming your figure (Duvall, 13). In recent times, flurries of workout infomercials have saturated the electronic media many of which are promoting high intensity workouts, the obvious catalyst for accelerated weight loss. Integrating intense sections of work with short recovery periods, allows you to maintain a high intensity at the same time as maintaining correct form. This is an excellent way to keep you burning fat even after your training session. As found by fitness enthusiast Duvall (13), the science behind this tell us that our bodies aren’t able to bring in enough oxygen during periods of hard work. Therefore, you accumulate a debt of oxygen that must be repaid post-workout in order to get back to normal. The result — your metabolism is revved for hours after you leave the gym.
I have been a fitness, health and wellness trainer for the past six years. My expertise in this area has been from working directly in Public Safety and Healthcare for the better part of 20 years. The exposure received from my direct interaction with healthcare and Public Safety has honed and fueled my drive and passion for changing unhealthy life styles, coaching, and promoting wellness. The positive changes enjoyed by my clients since my involvement in personal training is testament to my diligence and commitment to the cause.
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