The Art of Body Sculpting and Fat Burning Exercises

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The Art of Body Sculpting and Fat Burning Exercises

Postby waisttrainer_admin » Mon May 02, 2016 3:17 pm

Body Sculpting With A Waist Trainer

An ideal formula for changing your shape using a Waist trainer is combining body sculpting and fat burning exercises to help create the coveted hourglass waistline. When it comes to abdominal exercises, we can do abdominal crunches for hours, but if we perform them incorrectly we will literally see little or no results. That’s where body sculpting comes in.

Body sculpting is a unique set of techniques and movement principles that reshape the body holistically without the use of invasive surgical procedures to reshape the body, especially the abdominals.

It’s a form of restoration with the philosophy of linking foundations from Pilates, yoga, Tai chi, and the art of dance, to create a rejuvenating mind/body workout. It can help create strong abdominals and all major muscle groups supported by the abdominals to completely reshape the body in half the time as traditional abdominal exercises. It also uses rhythmic breathing and conscious body awareness for simultaneously stretching and strengthening the body, each exercise flows smoothly through flexion and extension, contraction and expansion, to work inside to develop confidence and outside to improve strength and decrease the aging process.

With body sculpting techniques and principles, a person will be able to run, jump, lift, dance, or engage in any fitness activity you enjoy with strength, flexible mobility with maximized energy. In addition to body sculpting, adding in fat burning exercises will create a smaller waist in half the amount of time.

Fat Burning Exercises

It is a myth that, in order to burn fat, you need to subject yourself to hours of boring cardio-based exercise. In fact, strength training combined with interval training produces optimum results.

The good news about this is that you can achieve a lot in a short space of time. Even better, you start to see results fast, which in turn motivates you to keep going. A combination of strength and interval training will force your body to burn carbohydrate to supply it with the necessary energy.

Studies have shown that exercising for at least 30 minutes 5 days a week produces the most beneficial results. The thing is, that exercise can cover a huge range of activities provided that your heart rate is raised to a suitable level for your age and remains at that level for the majority of the exercise period.

So What Sort Of Cardio Exercise Should You Do?

This is the fun part – almost anything provided it is safe and follows the criteria for raising your heart rate. I like to mix it up, one day alternating fast walking with jogging in the park, another attending a fun dance class and so on.

The simplest routine is one that is also highly effective – just like going for a power walk; arms pumping at sufficient pace will provide a low impact solution to burning excess fat from your body.

Waist training is a process and takes time. But, when applying this formula, the coveted hourglass body shape can be yours.

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Re: The Art of Body Sculpting and Fat Burning Exercises

Postby Wishful55 » Sat May 07, 2016 7:52 pm

It is funny because the more research that is done, it is actually being proven that using your muscles and just general walking is better for your heart and body than cardio. I think anything that makes you feel horrible/tire/weak doing it should not be done. Everyone has their own limit!

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Re: The Art of Body Sculpting and Fat Burning Exercises

Postby YogaKitten » Wed May 18, 2016 7:36 pm

Some people will actually use them when doing basic things like walking the dog or shopping because it does cause you to sweat. It helps with water retention this way. I am still learning so I enjoyed this article! Very helpful :)
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