I thought that I’d share with you about Beyond Diet and exercising. Within the program there isn’t any exercise program as part of the membership.
Check out my section on exercising for two highly recommended exercise programs that compliment Beyond Diet very well. Either of the two programs I discuss on the pages will work to accelerate your weight loss and body toning.
I know from reading articles and Beyond Diet Newsletters that Isabel recommends Interval Training as part of the entire program and for those of you who don’t know what Interval training is I thought that I’d provide you with a nice article on the subject so you can have a read of what is recommended in the Program.
If you have any questions about this article be sure and ask me.
Interval training is a way of exercising which rotates short periods of high-intensity activity with low-intensity periods of activity. It merges two kinds of exercises; anaerobic during the fast intervals and aerobic during the slower intervals. This type of training is considered to burn off more calories and gives a more comprehensive workout than aerobic training only. It is mainly used by professional athletes, but almost any cardio workout may be done in intervals.
Aerobic exercise depicts any activity done for a continued amount of time which maintains your heart rate within an intended training zone, normally between your maximum heart rate. The slower intervals are done aerobically, that means your lungs and heart is capable of providing enough oxygen to maintain the demands of your muscles. The muscles are using glucose within the bloodstream for fuel during this phase, and you must be able to breathe effortlessly and carry on a conversation.
The meaning of word anaerobic is without oxygen. Throughout the interval workout intense anaerobic stage, the need for glucose surpass what the lungs and heart can supply, therefore your body needs to utilize glucose which is stored in the muscles, a procedure which takes place without any oxygen. This creates a byproduct known as lactic acid that is accountable for the burning feeling you get during a powerful workout.
By rotating periods of high intensity to low intensity, you could reap the benefits of both kinds of exercise in the same number of time. Additional glucose is burned resulting in fat loss. Interval training might also reduce muscle soreness as the slower intervals let the body carry away the lactic acid within the bloodstream, before it has a chance to collect within the muscles.
Professional athletes and distance runners have been using interval training for years to improve athletic performance. Proper interval training workouts are specifically designed for an athlete, using specific scientific methods that are based on the athlete’s tier of fitness and preferred results. Blood readings might also be taken throughout exercise to design an accurate, tailor-made workout program.
Nevertheless, you don’t have to be a professional athlete to benefit from interval training. Majority of aerobic exercises, like walking, jogging, swimming and cycling can be done in intervals. Just do the activity as fast as possible for a short distance or time and then change to a lower intensity recovery interval, letting your breathing and heart rate go back close to normal. You can monitor your intervals by measuring particular distances or times. In addition, you can use intervals casually, simply speed up or slow down your activity based on your body’s own signal.
Well I hope you enjoyed the information from that article, as I said before Interval Training is what Isabel recommends to complement the Beyond Diet Program.
Also, I found this YouTube video about Interval Training for beginners, if this is new to you check it out.