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Endurance Exercise for Weight loss by Adrian Joele





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Endurance exercise is the best weight-loss tool for people who urgently need to lose weight. Extremely overweight people don't need an easier program. Exercises that makes them tired gives them two potent fat-loss tools:

* Tiring exercises burns calories * Tiring exercises leaves you with an elevated metabolism and a need to recover * Endurance exercise is also tiring, and the more tired you are from any individual bout, the more recovery you need. But there are two problems with endurance training as a primary weight-loss tool: 1) Your body becomes more efficient at running or cycling or swimming, and burns fewer calories per unit of work. 2) Weight loss slows down your metabolic response to both food and exercise. Your body becomes biased toward regaining the lost weight.

Those two results are your reward for successful weight loss when you use a combination of diet and endurance exercise. You need to exercise even more and eat even less just to break even and not to regain the weight.

Your body breaks down and rebuilds his own tissues all day long and every day. Without exercise you have three stages of tissue remodeling throughout your life. When you are young, there is a net protein accretion. That means, your body builds more muscle and other tissue than it breaks down.In your twenties and thirties, if you are not doing any thing and/or eat in a way that adds to or reduces your weight, you achieve net protein balance. You break down and rebuild tissue at the same rate. Finally, starting at midlife, you break down more than you gain back, unless you take the necessary actions to prevent this from happening.

The aim of the exercise program is to maximize every part of the adaptive process while avoiding the point at which being over-tired does more harm than good.

1. You start with doing enough work so that you burn a lot of calories 2. Some of the exercises will be hard enough to speed up your heart rate and get you breathing heavier. Your body will use the anaerobic energy systems, during which your muscle cells will be forced to create ATP without oxygen. It's a less efficient and thus more metabolically expensive way to create energy. 3. Almost all the time you will stop long enough to catch your breath between sets or intervals of anaerobic exercise. That promote metabolic flexibility by forcing your body to switch back and forth between fuel sources - burning carbs during the set and then burning fat as you recover. 4. You will use your body's biggest muscles with most of the exercises, which uses more energy and you need more recovery time. 5. The strength exercises will break down muscle tissue. That's why you have to rebuild as much muscles as you break down in order to break even.The final goal is an overall gain in muscle protein. Stronger and bigger muscles allow you to train harder, which is the best form of adaption you can achieve. ut even without bigger muscles, simply forcing your body to break even will be a plus as long as you use a lot of energy to get there.  Get my FREE Report: "Lean for a Life Time" by clicking here!    Endurance exercise is the best weight-loss tool for people who urgently need to lose weight. Extremely overweight people don't need an easier program. Exercises that makes them tired gives them two potent fat-loss tools:

* Tiring exercises burns calories * Tiring exercises leaves you with an elevated metabolism and a need to recover * Endurance exercise is also tiring, and the more tired you are from any individual bout, the more recovery you need. But there are two problems with endurance training as a primary weight-loss tool: 1) Your body becomes more efficient at running or cycling or swimming, and burns fewer calories per unit of work. 2) Weight loss slows down your metabolic response to both food and exercise. Your body becomes biased toward regaining the lost weight.

Those two results are your reward for successful weight loss when you use a combination of diet and endurance exercise. You need to exercise even more and eat even less just to break even and not to regain the weight.

Your body breaks down and rebuilds his own tissues all day long and every day. Without exercise you have three stages of tissue remodeling throughout your life. When you are young, there is a net protein accretion. That means, your body builds more muscle and other tissue than it breaks down.In your twenties and thirties, if you are not doing any thing and/or eat in a way that adds to or reduces your weight, you achieve net protein balance. You break down and rebuild tissue at the same rate. Finally, starting at midlife, you break down more than you gain back, unless you take the necessary actions to prevent this from happening.

The aim of the exercise program is to maximize every part of the adaptive process while avoiding the point at which being over-tired does more harm than good.

1. You start with doing enough work so that you burn a lot of calories 2. Some of the exercises will be hard enough to speed up your heart rate and get you breathing heavier. Your body will use the anaerobic energy systems, during which your muscle cells will be forced to create ATP without oxygen. It's a less efficient and thus more metabolically expensive way to create energy. 3. Almost all the time you will stop long enough to catch your breath between sets or intervals of anaerobic exercise. That promote metabolic flexibility by forcing your body to switch back and forth between fuel sources - burning carbs during the set and then burning fat as you recover. 4. You will use your body's biggest muscles with most of the exercises, which uses more energy and you need more recovery time. 5. The strength exercises will break down muscle tissue. That's why you have to rebuild as much muscles as you break down in order to break even.The final goal is an overall gain in muscle protein. Stronger and bigger muscles allow you to train harder, which is the best form of adaption you can achieve. ut even without bigger muscles, simply forcing your body to break even will be a plus as long as you use a lot of energy to get there.  Get my FREE Report: "Lean for a Life Time" by clicking here!    Endurance exercise is the best weight-loss tool for people who urgently need to lose weight. Extremely overweight people don't need an easier program. Exercises that makes them tired gives them two potent fat-loss tools:

* Tiring exercises burns calories * Tiring exercises leaves you with an elevated metabolism and a need to recover * Endurance exercise is also tiring, and the more tired you are from any individual bout, the more recovery you need. But there are two problems with endurance training as a primary weight-loss tool: 1) Your body becomes more efficient at running or cycling or swimming, and burns fewer calories per unit of work. 2) Weight loss slows down your metabolic response to both food and exercise. Your body becomes biased toward regaining the lost weight.

Those two results are your reward for successful weight loss when you use a combination of diet and endurance exercise. You need to exercise even more and eat even less just to break even and not to regain the weight.

Your body breaks down and rebuilds his own tissues all day long and every day. Without exercise you have three stages of tissue remodeling throughout your life. When you are young, there is a net protein accretion. That means, your body builds more muscle and other tissue than it breaks down.In your twenties and thirties, if you are not doing any thing and/or eat in a way that adds to or reduces your weight, you achieve net protein balance. You break down and rebuild tissue at the same rate. Finally, starting at midlife, you break down more than you gain back, unless you take the necessary actions to prevent this from happening.

The aim of the exercise program is to maximize every part of the adaptive process while avoiding the point at which being over-tired does more harm than good.

1. You start with doing enough work so that you burn a lot of calories 2. Some of the exercises will be hard enough to speed up your heart rate and get you breathing heavier. Your body will use the anaerobic energy systems, during which your muscle cells will be forced to create ATP without oxygen. It's a less efficient and thus more metabolically expensive way to create energy. 3. Almost all the time you will stop long enough to catch your breath between sets or intervals of anaerobic exercise. That promote metabolic flexibility by forcing your body to switch back and forth between fuel sources - burning carbs during the set and then burning fat as you recover. 4. You will use your body's biggest muscles with most of the exercises, which uses more energy and you need more recovery time. 5. The strength exercises will break down muscle tissue. That's why you have to rebuild as much muscles as you break down in order to break even.The final goal is an overall gain in muscle protein. Stronger and bigger muscles allow you to train harder, which is the best form of adaption you can achieve. ut even without bigger muscles, simply forcing your body to break even will be a plus as long as you use a lot of energy to get there.    

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