7 ways weight training can boost your metabolism


Many studies have been conducted on the matter of the positive influence of weight training exercises on metabolic rate. There are three questions that do come to our mind after reading such studies. Are such exercises that have such a positive influence on metabolic rate safe? Are they also good for people? What about accuracy?

 

As we know that this is a science, why cannot we corroborate it if not? And that is where the advantage of choosing one particular exercise over the other would come in handy. For instance, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts can be recommended for non-stop endurance training. They offer a short period for peak metabolic rate and on-demand caloric burn while they leave you at a place where it doesn’t deplete your metabolism. On the other hand, low-calorie intensity interval (LII) training, specifically called the “Diet Chop” workouts, can be an advantage for the body with performance alone.

 

And by listening to the right type of music, you get a similar response like it was your turn to choose a certain type of music, rather than vice versa. That’s why people who tend to listen to motivational music in the morning on the way to work, and play that particular type of music post the workout gets their metabolic rate to be twice as high! But there is something you should be aware of, especially for cardio and strength training.

 

Have you ever noticed how your metabolism is dropping after a strenuous workout? Well, the most likely cause is the reduction of calories, said Abdrahal Feldenkrais, a renowned human performance professor at the University of Southern California. You can stem your body from fat storage if you lose so much energy from short intervals that it prevents your heart from pumping through your whole body.

 

When you combine weight training with the right exercise, it tends to leave your body feeling ready for the other exercises that will come later in the day.

 

1. Running

When you run, you are sweating your lungs out, like everyone running on the streets. What that does is also decreases your metabolic rate. But running also engages your heart just enough to make you sweat a lot. This makes you more consistent in bringing down your body's metabolic rate for cardio. Researchers at Tel Aviv University, Israel have proven this fact when they presented a study in September 2018 where running was compared to hitting the gym. The results prove that running just over 200 meters lower down a short stretch elevated your metabolic rate.

 

2. Strength Training

As mentioned before, training the body daily even for cardio will not help you make instant weight gain. After a few weeks of steady and continuous exercise, your body will no longer burn as many calories as it used to. This increase in metabolic rate makes you want to put up a bigger fight for further workouts that you would indulge in after training exercises.

When you have already lost weight by the one-month mark, you will start noticing a sharp rise in your metabolic rate after running. Not that your body burns all that extra energy during cardio, but your lack of metabolism will just accommodate the increase more.

 

3. Yoga

As far as yoga exercises are concerned, in some instances, the training itself can be enough for your body to start chaining itself to its body’s intrinsic capacity to burn calories.

 

4. Physical Endurance

Training yourself for sprints of up to 35km/h for as long as you go through the body’s threshold of elasticity, which is a total of about 5600kPa. In other words, you are burning as many calories that you used in your daily cardio workouts. This too will be of no disadvantage to you. You are encouraged to continue running for a long time, more than four hours, for as long as you decide to, or in many cases, you might even continue to carry on even after that if you do not reach your high endurance limit.

 

5. Yoga stretches

The more you love your Yoga yoga, when you pair it with good cardio workouts, as a combination, that is, swimming in the water, walking up a mountain, you will see no performance concerns. In fact, your body will start getting warm. Because of this, you will get more of a feeling of wind and feel the breeze on your body after some time. This will help you break a sweat a little, which in turn will break down the fat, speeding your metabolic rate.

 

6. Cycling

Research has also proven this when asked cyclists to run one mile, the runners are more likely to get to that same mile-and-a-half than the cyclists. Cycling also gets to energize you a lot faster than you would if you would be running on foot, for this, you will want to give those maximum effort sprints your best shot.

 

7. Hip and Hip Flexes

So, if you can afford it, getting a rep or two each or even

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