#7 Things To Consider When Starting To Exercise
Once you’re in the gym you’ll have many options for how you train your abs. If you want visible abs, you’re going to want to start by doing cardio and making sure you’re burning off fat. For the exact same reasons that you want to diet, you’ll also want to load up on cardio.
It’s possible to have a strong core, but not have visible abs. Hitting cardio hard will let you burn calories and lower your body fat percentage to a point where your six pack can be shown off to the world.
One of the most popular methods for blasting fat is an interval cardio routine that will have you run, row or bike at your top speed for 40 seconds, then slow down to a quarter of your full speed for 20 seconds. Then, starting it up all over again. This is just one example. Provided you perform these aerobic activities at a high intensity, you’ll be shedding fat in no time.
If you’re fairly new to working out and afraid to perform high-intensity cardio workouts, then simply changing your routine can help you burn fat. A small shift to your current plan, such as using the incline on the treadmill, will help yield results that you otherwise wouldn’t be getting. It may seem like a no-brainer, but increasing either the difficulty or time you spend on cardio will lead you to results you normally wouldn’t be seeing.
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