How to control weight? What are best methods for weight control? You already know that one of the most important things you can do for weight control is regular physical exercises which can burn calories and fat. There are so many choices out there…which exercises are the most effective and most pleasant for implementation?
The best exercise is simply the one you can do regularly with pleasure and best exercise is the one which insure calorie burning.
Which exercises can give you the maximum effect? – It is the activities where you can sweat a lot with your whole body. Actually best exercises help you feel good, give you a lot of energy and even help improve your mood. It is well known that AEROBIC is one of very effective and rewarding methods for weight control.
You can reach most aerobic benefits if exercise every day regularly. Different women (depending on age, health status, weight, etc.) need different types and durations of aerobic.
All body parts benefit from aerobic the mind. Aerobic exercises stimulate the production of the body endorphins (so called “happy chemicals”) that can help women feel much relaxed and happier. Aerobic is recommended to women with low self-esteem and symptoms of depression. Usually aerobic exercises can also help some women sleep better.
Aerobic is a very good toll for weight control. Aerobic can help you to look better. Women who exercise aerobic regularly burn a lot of calories and look more toned and sexy. Aerobic can help you to keep your ideal healthy weight. Normal healthy decrease all risks of developing certain diseases, including type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure.
Aerobic is very useful for aging women who are at risk of osteoporosis. Aerobic exercises can strengthen bones and keep them strong for long.
Thanks to aerobic your heart gets stronger and pumps more blood with each beat (larger stroke volume). Greater stroke volume means the heart doesn’t have to pump as fast to meet body demands. The average healthy heart beats is 60-80 beats per minutes.
Body muscles also benefit from aerobic. Downstream from the heart are your muscles, which get more efficient at consuming oxygen when you do regular aerobic exercise – this happens because of an increase in the activity and number of enzymes that transport oxygen out of the bloodstream and into the muscle.
AEROBIC and WEIGHT CONTROL can prevent several diseases
There are many scientific data and evidences which prove that regular aerobic exercises can and will improve your health, your fitness, your look and much more.
It was proved by scientists that physically active women have about 30%-40% reduction in the risk of developing colon cancer compared with inactive individuals. It appears that 30-60 minutes per day of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity is needed to decrease the risk. Actually the risk declines the more active you are.
It was also proved that physically active women have about 20%-30% reduction in risk of breast cancer compared with inactive women. Like colon cancer, it appears that 30-60 minutes per day of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity is needed to decrease the risk.
Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone density, which can lead to an increased risk of fracture. Aerobic exercises could increase bone density or at least slow the rate of decrease of density. It was proved that active children have greater bone density than sedentary children and that this may help prevent fractures later in life.
Aerobic exercises can elevate our mood. There have been a number of studies investigating the effects of exercise on depression. It was shown that three to five days per week for 12 weeks of exercises for approximately 30 minutes per workout reduced scores on a depression questionnaire by 47%.
Aerobic exercises prevent and/or reduce the occurrence of cardiovascular disease. It was proved that the least fit individuals had much higher rates of cardiovascular disease than fit individuals (risk is twice higher). Aerobic exercises work in many ways to prevent heart disease – two of the most important are by reducing blood pressure and allowing blood vessels to be more compliant (more compliant means that they become less stiff and it’s less likely for fat to accumulate and clog up the vessels).
Obesity and weight control
Aerobic exercises are well known as one of the best methods for weight control in women. You can lose weight without exercise by reducing your caloric intake enough so that you burn more calories than you consume, but it takes a regular dose of exercise to keep your weight off. About 30- 45 minutes of vigorous exercise several times per week or 45-65 minutes of moderate intensity exercise five or more days per week can perfectly insure your healthy weight.
BEST AEROBIC PRODUCTS for weight control
Dance Fitness for Beginners with MaDonna Grimes
Award-winning well known choreographer, MaDonna Grimes, is renowned for her revolutionary innovative dance moves. She has a master’s degree in dance performance and choreography, and has appeared in many fitness and fashion magazines.
These aerobic dancing exercises elevate your heart rate – it is like having a dance party in your house. MaDonna Grimes makes sure you never stop moving and loosing calories in this exciting Dance Fitness for Beginners program.
It is very happy positive programme for weight control and improved health – keep sweating and burning calories as you dance, move your arms, and swing your hips to a mix of Latin and African rhythms!
10 Minute Solution: Fat Blasting Dance Mix
If you are very busy person and if you don’t have much time for long exercises but at the same time you need to control your healthy weight and keep fit, the solution is “10 Minute Solution: Fat Blasting Dance Mix”. Every woman can find at least ten minutes every day for personal issues like body shape maintenance, fat burning and relaxation. There are 5 fun and energetic dance routines (10 minutes each) designed to fit into even the busiest of schedules. Split them into 5 mini dance parties, or mix and match to hit your own unique problem areas or do all of them together for an incredible 50-minute dance blast!
First – SIMPLE SLIMMER – “get down” and shape up with some simple, fun dance moves that even a non-dancer can enjoy.
Second – CALORIE MELTDOWN – this segment takes it up just a notch – it’s full of energy and a real calorie-burner.
Third – FAT BURNING PARTY – this dance party is for everyone – let loose, have fun and melt away those extra pounds!
Fourth – BUTT & THIGH BLASTER – it’s your way to finally get jiggle-free buns and thighs!
Fifth – AB ATTACK – this is really whittle your middle as you move and groove.
Zumba Fitness Total Body Transformation System
In total 4-DVD, 6-workout fitness set designed to work your body from head to toe. This programme loaded with red-hot dance steps, pulsating rhythms and easy-to-follow routines – it includes basics workout, 20-minute express workout, sculpt-and-tone workout, “cardio party” workout and flat abs workout.
Each routine features interval training sessions that combine fast and slow rhythms with resistance training, helping sculpt and tone your body while burning fat. As a result, Zumba fanatics can enjoy multiple long-term health benefits while having fun.
The DVD includes the following workouts: Zumba Fitness Basics Workout, Zumba Fitness 20-Minute Express Workout, Zumba Fitness Sculpt & Tone Workout, Zumba Fitness Cardio Party Workout, Zumba Fitness Live! Workout, and Zumba Fitness Flat Abs Workout.
If you’re looking to slim and trim your body with a workout that doesn’t feel like work, then Latin Rhythms is for you! This hot Latin dance will help you burn up the dance floor while you torch major calories. Drawing inspiration from several types of Latin dance like the mambo, cha-cha, meringue, and samba, this routine will have you feeling the heat in no time. So clear the floor, and let the fat burning fiesta begin!
The Crunch fitness program welcomes people from all walks of life regardless of shape, size or ability.
“Dance is a great way to burn off calories without feeling as if you’re working out. The trick is to get a DVD where you’re not so distracted fumbling with the steps that you put the brakes on the cardio and calorie-burning benefits. Our testers found this DVD doable and yet challenging enough to break a good sweat.” – Mary Anderson, fitness director of Fitness magazine.
Crunch – Cardio Dance Blast
The Crunch – Cardio Dance Blast is the aerobic workout that utilizes dance steps that can be used in the nightclub as well as in your house for controlling your weight.
“This is a fun, motivating workout. It’s not overly challenging, but it will get your heart rate up and you’ll even sweat a little. The instructor is motivating without being too fake or cheesy. She’s cool and instructs well. She breaks down the moves slowly and then soon you go up to tempo. It is very useful and really unique to see the other dancers all in street clothes. It is a funky great aerobic routine that you can do many-many times without getting sick of it. You can even learn some moves that could be done in a club. ”
Crunch – Cardio Salsa
Spicy hot and energetic, this well-designed, fun-filled Crunch Cardio Aerobic Salsa workout keeps you burning body fat during dance, wave your arms, and swing your hips to live drums with a Latin flair. Salsa, meringue, samba, and cha-cha steps highlight these high-energy aerobic dance patterns, taught one step at a time, then building gradually into combinations. The footwork is fast-moving but not difficult to learn, thanks to highly qualified instructor.
Everyone is fit, young, lean, and enthusiastic. The workout heats up quickly and burns for 40 minutes. Recommended for aerobic dance fans who want to spice up their workouts with a Latin flavor.
Welcome to CRUNCH Fitness! You will burn the fat as you burn up the dance floor, feeling the beat of the meringue, mambo, cha-cha, samba and more. The CRUNCH fitness program welcomes people from all walks of life regardless of shape, size or ability.
Disclaimer: It is strongly recommended to consult your doctor for professional advice. Above mentioned information and recommendations are just general and should be adapted to each person according to personal health indicators and status.