Working Out 2 + Days a Week

Working Out 2 + Days a Week

The best way to workout varies. If you want to lose weight, do cardiovascular exercises such as Boxing, Boxfit, Krav Maga, Kickboxing and Karate at Warren Levi Martial Arts. If you want to build muscle, you do strength training such as various weightlifting exercises and calisthenics. Yes, the minimum requirement for healthy living is two training sessions a week.

Working out 2 + Days a Week can really help even when not working out every day. The truth is that many people don’t have a slow metabolism. So that’s not an excuse for why you are not losing weight. In fact, being heavier means you have a higher metabolism as you burn more calories because you have more mass. Just by sitting around and not eating any food or drinking, you are losing weight.

Don’t eat appetizers’, you’re better off eating a stick of gum, you burn more calories that way. Working out after a meal is crucial to being on track. Losing weight takes time and effort so don’t overindulge on food. It takes longer to digest, and you are wasting precious workout minutes to get the body you want for double the time.

A major way to burn weight and build muscle, which you can do by combining cardiovascular workouts with strength training in between breaks, all in one workout, is High Intensity Interval Training or “HIIT.” Just by doing HIIT twice a week at the dojo with a personal trainer or at one of the classes, you will lose weight, gain muscle, look good, and feel good.

You can even step it up a notch by working out more than twice a week, or even workout twice in one day for two days a week if that’s your thing. Training never ends and muscle building, diet, fitness, health, and weight loss is an ongoing never-ending process.

Sources

https://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/features/exercise-lose-weight#1

https://www.bustle.com/p/how-many-times-a-week-should-you-work-out-once-might-be-enough-but-theres-a-catch-29689

Saul A. Herman



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