Losing stubborn body fat and getting into the best possible shape requires at least some aerobic activity. The range of aerobic methods available and the different ways to engage in cardio are many - enough to cause confusion for those wanting to shed excess weight to reveal their hard-won muscles.
The question is: What are the best methods of aerobic exercises? Is there a perfect way to lose fat through cardiovascular means, and if so, what is it? Aerobic activity by it's very nature requires fat to be used as a primary fuel source, with carbohydrates and protein being used to a smaller extent. Therefore it is obvious that in order to lose fat, some degree of aerobic work will need to be done.
The type of aerobic work needed for fat loss is a subject open to much debate. Aerobic activities (typically done at a moderate intensity, although higher intensity aerobics has been showen to burn more calories) constitute any form of exercise that is repetitive, long and hard enough to challenge the heart and lungs to use oxygen as a fuel source to sustain the body over a longer period (15-20 mins or longer).
Aerobic activities can include:
...and variations on these (the commonality these methods share is that they use the body's largest muscle groups). The aim of this guide is to determine the best forms of aerobic exercise for fat burning, while explaining the reasons why these methods are effective.
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