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Six Pack Abs With Great Cardio Workouts

To begin with, if you want six pack abs, that is the best cardio exercise NOT a typical steady state cardio exercise at 60 - 70% of the maximum heart rate most people do.

Are you obsessed with this type of cardio and cardio training?

Do you think cardio is the way to go when it comes to great form and melts body fat?

That's why you don't make the progress you want to make.

Or, worse, you think you're in good shape but you're really just fat, like most cardio fans.

It happens all the time.

Most health professionals and personal trainers recommend low-to-moderate aerobic exercise (cardio) as the best cardio exercise for people who are trying to gain a healthy or lose weight.

I'm sure you've heard it many times.

Do 30 to 60 minutes of moderate intensity cardio exercise 3 to 5 times a week. Do this cardio workout in the "fat burning" range of 60 - 70% of your maximum heart rate.

Don't bow to this boss. I've talked a lot about its effectiveness high intensity distance training to help you get healthier, healthier and burn fat faster than any regular cardio workout. And scientific data supports it.

Our bodies are not designed to do steady work. We built for short stays followed by short recovery periods.

The most competitive sports (basketball, hockey, football, football, etc.) are designed in the same way.

One of the great examples I always give is comparing the body of the highest level runner to that of a marathoner.

Which do you think looks healthier?

Which one looks better in physical form?

And it's not just to burn fat or fit. There are more health benefits to high intensity interval training compared to steady-state cardio training.

Many scientists believe that long-term cardio conditions increase the production of free radicals in the body, can damage joints, reduce immune function, cause muscle loss, and can cause pro-inflammatory reactions in the body that could potentially lead to chronic diseases.

Some physicians feel that this physically demanding chronic condition may have contributed to the star cancer of Mario Lemiuex.

On the other hand, high intensity distance training has been shown to increase anti-oxidant production in the body, meanwhile increase your metabolic rate and help you lose weight and burn fat faster of aerobic conditions.

There is one way to do interval training.

For example, high intensity distance training sessions on stationary bikes might look like this:

Warm for 3-4 minutes on low, enough to break a sweat.


  • Pause 1 - pedal at level 6 for 1 minute


  • Pause 2 - pedal at level 2 for 1.5 minutes


  • Pause 3 - pedal at level 8 for 1 minute


  • Pause 4 - pedal at level 2 for 1.5 minutes

Repeat 4 intervals 4 times for a very intense 20 minute exercise.

Obviously you need to adjust the level based on your current level of health.



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