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How helpful can Hyper Intensity Training be in weight loss?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Oct 07, 2020

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Anthony Paul Bonadio

Anthony Paul Bonadio

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Anthony Paul Bonadio
Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher, MCA, PhD, Toledo

Answered Apr 16, 2020

It has been proven that hyperintensity training helps you to burn 25-30% more calories than other regular exercises.

Intensity training does not only cause you to lose weight, but it also helps to kick your body into a repair cycle. This means that you burn more fat, even with little commitment.

Intensity training helps to reduce unhealthy visceral fat and also elevate your metabolism to increase the calories being burned. This will help you to burn more or the same amount of calories in a shorter amount of time than other traditional exercises.

During high-intensity training, to increase weight loss, it helps improve oxygen and glucose consumption. The training has been proven to also assist obese individuals to reduce their blood pressure and also lose weight.

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E.Evelyn

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Answered Jan 27, 2020

Interval training is better for weight loss than the traditional cardio workout. Researchers have found that quick surges of energy, followed by a brief recovery period, can diminish both weight and body fat. During the intervals, the muscles burn a substantial capacity of their sugar stores. This process causes a response in which they swiftly re-fuel by extracting glucose from inside the body.

Insulin is involved in this process, and over time the body becomes more sensitive to small amounts of insulin. If the insulin levels are elevated, then the body cannot correctly burn fat in the body. When the body becomes more receptive to smaller amounts of insulin, you can recharge the fat burning process. Intense exercise reduces the oxygen available to muscles, which forces them to burn fat for energy instead.

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