Some people exercise solely to improve and maintain an already-fabulous physique. Others just want to make their bodies look presentable by shedding visceral fat.
If you're looking to get your BMI down as quickly and efficiently as possible, this explainer from an exercise physiologist will help to steer you in the right direction.
There are few things more disheartening than stepping onto a weight scale after weeks of exercise only to see identical numbers. Fortunately, it's possible to maximise your weight loss by making a few tweaks to your regime.
As NYU Langone Health's Heather Milton explains in the above video, the perfect exercise routine involves the right mix of cardiovascular and strength training. There are several different options that fit this bill, so the trick is to find the one that suits your personal exercise preferences and style.
Click on the video above for the full skinny!
[Via Business Insider]
This story has been updated since its original publication.
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