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Science-Based Cardio Routine to Lose Fat Efficiently Without Losing Muscle

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Cardio is known to be one of the most efficient ways to lose fat, but what is the correct way to maximize your efforts when you are doing cardio exercises? How do you ensure that your efforts spent on cardio would help keep your muscles instead of losing muscle along with fat? A science-based approach can help nudge you in the right direction and clear up some misconceptions about cardio. For example, cardio is not necessary for fat loss if you’re consistently eating at a calorie deficit but cardio does help speed things up and makes it easier to reach...

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A Brief History of Fat, and Why We Hate It

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Fat is a complex organ that is essential to our body, as it has many functions to help keep us alive. Fat is a source of essential fatty acids, which the body cannot make itself. That's why we store it so our body can use it. Fat can help protect our internal organs, as well as providing our body with energy when needed and help keep cholesterol and blood pressure under control. A healthy amount of fat is needed to keep these functions running, but throughout history, the opinions of fat has been hotly debated. Visually, fat can be desired...

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What does fat do to your body?

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As part of a balanced diet, you need to eat a small amount of fat. What does fat do to your body and why do you need to eat fat? Some fats are useful to some organ functions. However, because fat is high in calories, we have to be careful with our intake amount and quality of fat. In the video below, it will explain all that and more – such as what kinds of fat is the right fat for your body. Being knowledgeable is the first step in keeping a healthy lifestyle. https://youtu.be/HPk2vM6CInM Related blogs: Make 2020 Your...

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Dance to burn fat

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Ready for another dancing workout that you can try? Dance to burn fat with Danielle Peazer in this 8-minute routine. The cardio will definitely help get your heart rate up and your muscles working. There’s some jumping involved with this one so be careful! You can still do this workout at home so it’s very convenient. Make sure you warm up before you start! Have fun and Stay Active. https://youtu.be/jszPZiqEheI

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What is fat?

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What is fat? You may have heard that fat is bad for you, but the type of fat you eat is more impactful on your health than the quantity. Learn more how to identify the types of fat you are consuming in the video below! Then, you will be more conscious of it when you are shopping for food. https://youtu.be/QhUrc4BnPgg?t=13s

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