Rest to Burn More Fat – How to Burn Body Fat and Lose Fat

“More for less” statements are usually followed by 30 minute infomercials that guarantee you phenomenal results with little work or “no money down”. Well, there really is a way to burn more fat in less time, but the key is in defining the more and less variables.

It has become a struggle for most people because for years we’ve been fed the wrong food and the wrong information.

Obesity is now an epidemic in North America and judging from the responses I get from my articles and books it’s a problem in other regions of the world as well!

It’s not your fault… we’re all just struggling humans doing our best to get through life. But the food manufacturing companies and fast food restaurants are selling us a bill of goods with their advertising, just like the tobacco companies they are pretty much only concerned with the bottom line and give lip service only, to the health issues of their products.

There are so many methods and cheap ways to burn fat and lose weight, starting with the redesigning of your alimentary regimen to slim down without dieting simply by reducing the quantity of food, balancing your meals with the help of the Food Guide Pyramid, checking out the Nutrition Facts on food labels and not eating that obvious junk food and fries that does not help you to achieve your goal. Some exercises constitute by themselves cheap ways to burn fat as part of our regular routine performing certain activities

Those “low fat” chips, hamburgers, fries and a drink are taking your life. If you continue on that high glycemic diet you will almost surely die of heart disease and/or diabetes.

Fat burning tips

* Burning fat requires continuous smooth movements so learn to develop a rhythmic style when exercising
* Breath slightly deeper and use a little more lung capacity for effective fat burning
* Do not hold breath during exercise!

You can do it in such a way that you experience no hardship or struggle… in fact it’s quite enjoyable. The researchers monitored the men’s fat metabolism and hormone levels before, during, and after each session. As expected, an hour of pure rest was a dud when it came to fat metabolism, compared with the fat-burning effects of exercise.

But resting during exercise revved up fat metabolism during and after exercise, compared with a solid hour of exercise with no breaks.

The Myth of the Fat Burning Zone

One thing we know is that exercising at lower intensities will use more fat for energy. This basic premise is what started the theory of the ‘fat burning zone,’ or the idea that working in a certain heart rate zone (around 55 to 65 of your maximum heart rate) will allow your body to burn more fat.