A common belief is that weight training builds muscle and that cardio burns fat.
While this is true, weight training is also a great way to lose weight and burn fat.
The biggest benefit of weight training is that it affects your body long after the workout is over.Click here to learn how to get ultra-lean by eating a high carb diet (opposite of keto).
Your body continues to use calories after you leave the gym.
Here’s a video that explains how weight training for weight loss works.
If you think about it, weight training is a lot like HIIT.
When you perform a set and then rest, it is a form of interval training.
I still recommend following up your weight training sessions with cardio.
Here’s a post I wrote about how improving aerobic capacity will make your body use more fat for fuel doing ANY activity.
I discuss ideal work-to-rest ratios of cardio intervals to burn fat quickly.
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