A common mistake that many people make when using resistance training to lose weight is that they only work one or two body parts per session. Very often, even the moves they use are not suitable for getting your body in a state where it burns fat rapidly.
There are a few principles that you need to adhere to when engaging in resistance training to burn fat. Let's look at what they are.
Full body workouts
You'll burn the most calories when you work out the entire body in one session. The person trying to shed the excess pounds has a very different goal from the professional bodybuilder who focuses on one body part a day.
Working your biceps today, followed by your chest tomorrow and your legs the day after is just not going to cut it. You need to do several different exercises to work all the different muscle groups in one workout.
A sample workout may include reps of burpees, deadlifts, pull ups, mountain climbers and lunges. As you can see, you've worked your back, core, legs, shoulders, arms, etc. You've worked the entire body and burned a lot of calories instead of just doing bicep curls and calling it a day.
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