By incorporating high intensity interval training, or HIIT, into your fitness routine, you can cut down on the time you spend exercising while still getting a quality workout….

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Each example is for hiking 1 mile up hill at the same speed. WALKING A MILE UPHILL BURNS BETWEEN 175 TO 390 CALORIES. How many calories does walking…

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You don’t have to work out every single day of the week to lose weight. By focusing on 3-5 high intensity workouts per week, you can more effectively…

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Working out on an empty stomach is often touted as the best way to burn fat and lose weight. While it is true that running on an empty…

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How often you’ll need to participate in Zumba to lose weight depends on your health and fitness goals. In general, the American Council on Exercise recommends the following…

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“In general, muscle is not lost before fat—it is very dependent on nutrition and activity volume,” Miranda-Comas says. “A person who is attempting to lose weight by not…

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Scientists studying the issue agree that most of us compensate for the calories lost to exercise by eating more, moving less, or both. Our resting metabolic rates may…

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But experts say that cardio is not the be-all and end-all – and too much could actually sabotage your exercise efforts. While cardio is definitely great for burning…

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Surprisingly, building muscle can actually help increase your metabolism. A pound of muscle burns more calories than a pound of fat, even if you’re just sitting still. Also,…

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Plus, you can benefit from losing body fat even after your run as your body keeps burning fat for 2 to 3 hours after finishing a run. How…

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