That said, it is 1000 percent okay if your main motivation for sweating is to lose weight in the name of health (the other benefits will rock your world, too, promise).
And research shows that physical activity builds or maintains muscle mass as you lose weight, which keeps your metabolism humming along even when you reduce the amount of calories that you eat, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
But if you’re out here like, “Cool, so what now?”We’re about to explain, with the help of science and experts, the best plan of attack to get healthier by losing weight this year.
Here’s how to make every minute of every workout really werk, so you can burn more calories during exercise.Let’s get after it.
This seems obvious, but it’s worth repeating: The workout that’ll help you lose fat is the one you’ll actually do (and not hate literally every second of), you’ll be more likely to work harder and stick to your routine more consistently.