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5 Cardio Workouts to Burn Fat

December 31, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cardio

Everything you know about cardio is about to change. You’re about to discover the truth about 5 cardio workouts to burn fat and lose more belly fat in less workout time. Let’s start by looking at the old, outdated way of burning fat.

Cardio Exercise and Training Benefits That You Have to Know

December 23, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cardio

Cardio exercise and training cover a wide range of activities that allow the use of major muscle groups in the body in a continuous manner. But most importantly, the very aim of cardiovascular exercise and training is mainly to improve the heart muscles. For cardio training to be effective, it should at least try to elevate about 60 to 85 percent of the individual’s considered maximum heart rate. There are various physical activities that can be considered as part of one’s cardio training. Such training includes walking or jogging, running, swimming, rowing and cycling as well as doing other aerobic exercises.

Types of Women Diets

December 21, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cardio

Diets are an integral part of our society as there is major stress on looking your best, especially as a woman. There are a large number of diets available since the health industry is very large so sometimes it can be hard to find the best correct information. The good way to go along for losing weight or any other goal you have have is starting with small steps.

Improving Your Personal Life By Reducing Stress

December 19, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cardio

Stress can reveal itself in various ways, but one of the most common issues it results in is continuous tiredness – a feeling of tiredness and unwellness. It is lethargy, general fatigue, exhaustion, lassitude and ambivalence. Basically, you feel too tired to care less.

Advanced Cardio Workout Routines to Get Below 8% Body Fat

December 19, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cardio

One of the biggest misnomers when it comes to MMA conditioning is the difference between “conditioning” and “cardio.” When MMA fighters new to this subject first decide to add a strength and conditioning program to their training, often times they take what they know already from general fitness and bodybuilding and think that increasing their bench press, doing a bunch of curls and running several miles every day will pretty much get them in shape for a fight.