Two mistakes you often commit in cardio related issue.

By Tom Venuto, NSCA-CPT, CSCS

The Cardio issues over losing out fat are many: Standard state against breaks, lengthy & easy against non lengthy & hard, well fed against fast, etc. Certainly we can find keen interest in the training related to cardio and the way we do it. Unfortunately many still commit the same two mistakes which fail their desired results. The two main reasons are as follows:

1: Improper monitoring on how much calories they have burned.

Many of them are not even doing enough to burn calories..

Reason being that they find themselves caring more about the traditional type of workout, type which they follow, means of breaks provided or the duration they take.

Few people move along the treadmill at less than 3 miles per hour or even much slower than that. They hope that by reaching the target within 1 hour means that they have achieved the result.

But if you see it elsewhere people have introduced or innovated with some ultra intense and very less time consuming training module which evolved from Japan. People from this mode hope since it is less time consuming but ultra intense with intervals means it would also provide desired results.

The above mentioned two types both lack in understanding the fact that the amount fat reduction depends upon the amount of calories burned out.

Showing more concentration on one object and leaving out the other may result in low a calorie burn which is not what we want. Here the objects refer to time and intervals and the complexity level.

If you know what is really going on between complexity and the duration taken, then you can find the marrow where the result of those objects provides the details of maximum calorie thrown out of presence and the amount of fat lost. It will be based on present status of our health and the time efficacy.

2: Emphasizing more on types of calorie burned.

To the best I know the one serious mistake that people commit which affects the cardio system is:

Extremely focussing on the type we burn during workout namely fats or carbohydrates.

See whether you can answer.

Which below mentioned activity would burn calorie on high level?

(1) A half an hour casual workout in the park.
(2) A half an hour workout causing heavy perspiration, lung tiring run?

Strange thing is that we still find professionals like coaches, trainers, fitness experts saying that if we follow slow and steady pace then we can burn more fat.

People believe it because of two reasons:

During workouts,

* High intensity leads to burning carbs at higher rate.
* Low intensity leads to burning carbs at low rate.

If you believe that low intensity workout would help you bur more calorie then you can just sit whole day without doing anything which would burn calorie only 37 percent.

Real medicine for this is:

Concentrate more on how the whole calories in your body can be burned in your day long workout.

By following this concept in your training you will get what you desire.

It does not end here and we can strongly say that it is not easy to do and many reasons are behind this to state why it may not work properly. I agree with the above fact but when it comes to exercise wing the points which I have mentioned should be in your memory.

Nutrition is another key factor:

The instance is where we increase our eating level more and simultaneously start workout hence we add more calorie equal to the calorie we burn. This should be avoided.

If you follow what I have explained and combine it to your training program thereby taking advantage to help yourself and look more fitter and healthier.


Choose the combination of duration, frequency, type and intensity that suits you best, and WORK THE VARIABLES to get the fat loss results you want, but whichever program you choose, remember that a solid fat burning nutrition program, such as Burn The Fat Feed The Muscle is necessary to help you make the most of it.

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