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Remember, however, that no amount or type of cardio will result in sustained fat loss if you take in as many or more calories (energy) than your body burns every day. The big mistake many people make is they increase their eating in proportion to their training which negates the fat loss potential of burning extra calories. 20 minutes of HIIT is plenty & can be more effective in terms of fat burning than even 60 minutes of a low-intensity workout.

Why high intensity workout is effective for fat?

According to me your answer should be "NO"?
Because the main crucial part is keeping your weight maintained.????

Metabolism plays and important role to maintain your weight for long. After following standard weight loss diet plans there is 100% chance of bounce back????  repidly than you lost.
So you need to focus on your after losing weight because only weight loss diet is not your requirement.????
After your target is achieved follow maintenance diets as well so that your hardwork couldn't go waste.

After losing your desired weight.

You can do a million side-twists, but it won't make your obliques emerge from the flab. You can work your inner thighs religiously and they aren't going to get thinner. That's not how fat loss works & research has proven it. 

The only way to make a particular area of your body leaner is to reduce your overall body fat percentage, which will reduce fat everywhere on your body. This a function of diet more than anything else.

Doing workout will never make you lose body fat.

When hormones are normal, losing fat is simply a matter of increasing energy output over caloric intake, but when you're overtraining, this no longer holds true. What gives? Your hormones get thrown out of whack. Testosterone levels plunge, and cortisol levels rise, which causes catabolism (the breakdown of muscle tissue) and increases insulin resistance and fat deposition. The end result? You train harder and watch your diet closely, but you get fatter.

You are getting fatter despite training hard.

"Overtraining is simply an imbalance between work and recovery. When you put too much stress on the body and don't give it the proper amount of rest, various undesirable things happen. The common side effects are a state of chronic fatigue, depression and underperformance despite rest, but it is not always that extreme or obvious"

You see people overtraining all the time. The guys that spend 2+ hours working a single muscle group, doing set after set after set, are overtraining without realizing it. They don't understand why they don't get bigger or stronger despite their long, grueling workouts.

Overtraining is simply not acceptable.

When you're dieting to lose weight, lift heavy weights. Weights that allow for no more than 10 reps if you're a woman, and no more than 6 reps if you're a man.

Common "expert" advice for people who are dieting to lose weight is to start doing highrep, high-volume workouts with high weights. Explanations about how this actually works usually degenerate into broscience about it "really bringing out striations, giving you really nice cuts," and other such nonsense. Just do the opposite.

Lifting light weight for many reps gets you toned.

Research shows that people who are physically active during the day can burn an extra 300 calories per day that can add up to an extra pound of weight loss. These activities help you burn calories by increasing your metabolic rate. This is why agricultural and manual workers tend to have higher metabolic rates than people who live more leisurely lifestyles.

How to burn calories with everyday activities?

If nutrition gets ranked as the most important element for fat loss & you can lose weight with diet alone, then why bother training? Why not just cut calories & save yourself a lot of time and sweat? If you burn the fat with training, you get better body composition, better health and better fitness than if you starve the fat with diet alone. You can also get results faster.

The final nails in the coffin for diet

According to The National Strength and Conditioning Association:
"squats, when performed correctly and with appropriate supervision, are not only safe, but may be a significant deterrent to knee injuries."

"So rest easy: As long as you use proper form, the squat does not put your back or knees at risk of injury. Oh, and as a final note, don't bother with the Smith Machine squat. It forces an natural range of motion, which can actually lead to knee and back injuries, and research has shown it's far less effective than the free-weight barbell squat"

Benefits of doing squats exercise for women.

When you eat food, your body breaks it down into various substances, one of which is glucose, or blood sugar. Your body also releases the hormone insulin which tells your liver, muscles, and fat tissue to take the glucose from the blood and store it.Your liver and muscles store the glucose as a substance known as glycogen, and your fat cells store it as a substance known as triglycerides. The storage of glycogen expands the size of the muscle cells & the storage of triglycerides expands the fat cells, which in turn expands your waistline.

When you're in this fed state, fat burning do not occur. Your body uses the glucose in the blood for all its energy needs and stores the excess. Depending on how much you eat, this state can last for several hours.

Fasted training helps reduce "Abdominal fat".

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