Walk It Off: Best Time for Fat Loss

Walking doesn’t burn a whole lot of calories, but there’s more to burning off fat than that….

It gives you enhanced blood flow, raises your metabolism and gets you breathing deeper. In other words, I’m a big fan of walking. We have two dogs, so we do a lot of it.

But the absolute best time to hit the pavement for the fiercest fat-loss effects is right AFTER your weight-training workout.

That’s because when you work with weights, you burn off the sugar in your bloodstream. Then, as you walk afterward, your body has no choice but to tap into your fat for immediate energy. It’s like an instant body-fat barbecue.

We have a friend who walks or bikes to and from the gym–a perfect warm up, and then an excellent body-fat after-burn.

Even if you can’t do that, you can hit the treadmill for 20 minutes after your weight workout to get that same fat-blasting aftereffect. 

Or take it outside any time. We’re grabbing the leashes and our two pups right now–they need their lean machines revved up too. 

Train smart, be well, live long.

 

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7 Responses to Walk It Off: Best Time for Fat Loss

  1. Erma Foley May 26, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

    With so many workouts claiming to be fat burning exercises, it is difficult to decipher which ones are really effective. To really burn fat, you must combine a high level of cardio exercise with spot exercises to target specific areas, such as ab exercises and thigh exercises. This way you can improve your overall lean muscle mass and achieve complete fitness that tones and strengthens all your problem areas.

    • Steve Holman June 1, 2013 at 4:23 am #

      Fat loss has much more to do with proper diet. Exercise helps, but diet is the real key.

  2. Dari Wolf June 13, 2013 at 5:01 pm #

    I prepurchased Old School-New Body several months ago. When can I expect to see the download link in my inbox? It s very frustrating to see everyone trying to sell it and I already purchased it and still haven’t seen it. D Wolf

    • Steve Holman June 15, 2013 at 4:41 pm #

      Dari,
      I sent our customer service your e-mail address. They will contact you.
      Steve

  3. Maureen October 19, 2013 at 6:21 am #

    Hi Becky,
    I purchased your F4x workout in June and then the midsection makeover in August. I had been working out Monday, Wednesday and Friday [F4x] and intervel training, on the treadmill, Tuesday and Thursday, [sprints and walking]. During this time I had a few niggley pains in my left hip. After all my effort, I now have bursitis in my hip. I now have to start all over again with training but I’m not sure how much to do or not to do. I’m 57. Any advice would be appreciated. I want to at least start walking again but it is painful first thing in the morning. I have had 6 cortisone injections to ease the pain.

    • Steve Holman October 20, 2013 at 5:10 am #

      Have you talked to your doctor? What does he/she suggest for exercise? Me? I would do squat–as low as I could go–in order to get blood flow to the hip area as often as possible. It sounds like you did a bit too much. No worries. Many people get over-motivated and overdo. Just gradually build up to doing your full F4X workout.

      • Maureen October 21, 2013 at 2:55 am #

        Thanks Steve. i’m doing stretches at present? I’ll give the squats a try. Yes, maybe I did go a bit too hard.

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