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Jogging and tons of Cardio are Great for Weight Loss, so are Cancer and Aids

Cardio Aerobics is Counter Productive to your Health

Most people think that running on treadmill or doing “Cardio” aerobics is good for losing weight and for improving health. This may be true to a degree, but new scientific evidence suggests that this approach is becoming outdated and that “Cardio” exercise could actually be detrimental to your metabolism and that there are better ways to lose weight and improve your health.

Six Reasons Why Aerobic Work is Counterproductive by Keith Alpert, Strength Coach from Boston

  1. Continuous aerobic work plateaus after 8 weeks of training so anything more is counterproductive.
  2. Aerobic training worsens power locally and systemically – in other words, it can make you slower.
  3. Aerobic training increases oxidative stress which can accelerate aging.
  4. Aerobic training increases adrenal stress which can make you fatter and produce other undesirable health consequences
  5. Aerobic training increases body fat in stressed individuals by contributing additional stress.
  6. Aerobic training worsens testosterone/cortisol ratio which impedes your ability to add fat burning lean muscle.

For more in depth information about Aerobics and why Cardio is counterproductive please click HERE.

High Intensity Interval Training

High Intensity Interval Training (HITT) is exercise close to or at one’s maximum ability for short durations of time (e.g. 10-30 seconds). HITT workout sessions typically last from 5-30 minutes.  High Intensity Interval Training is scientifically proven to help people lose weight, tone muscle and improve their health.

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Our Fast Burn 30 group Kettlebell Classes at Baltimore martial Arts are 30 minute classes of high intensity interval exercises that are specifically designed to engage your bodies energy systems which will help you maximize fat loss, increase muscle tone and get in the best shape of your life.

  • Do you have a limited amount of time to invest in exercise?
  • Is your time valuable?
  • Do you want to make the most of your time?
  • Do you eat enough and get enough sleep?
  • Are you stressed?
  • Are you bored of your regular workout routine?
  • Would you like to lose some extra weight and get toned muscles?

If you answered yes to any of the following questions you should look into our Fast Burn 30 minute high intensity group kettlebell classes at Baltimore Martial Arts and Fitness. See FAST BURN 30

For more information on {Martial Arts Baltimore}, {Martial Arts Baltimore} you can contact us at: Baltimore Martial Arts Academy 6565 Baltimore National Pike, Catonsville, MD 21228

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Sensei Gary Berger+1 graduated cum laude from Towson State University with degrees in Biology, Psychology and Animal Behavior. Mr. Berger abandoned a future in science to pursue his true passion: the martial arts. He and his wife, Danyelle Berger, jointly own the Baltimore Martial Arts Academy in Catonsville, Maryland.

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