What Is The Best Method For Fat Loss?

What Is The Best Method For Fat Loss? "Cardio was for slimming down and overall health. Strength training was for professional weightlifters and bodybuilders trying to get extremely strong or bulk up. The problem was, not a whole lot of research actually backed up the claim that aerobics—low- to moderate-intensity, steady-state cardio—was all that helpful for fat loss, explains Hayden Steele, CPT, CSCS, an Oklahoma City-based personal trainer and strength coach. He says that a bias toward aerobics led to researchers neglecting strength training as a form of exercise for decades."

This summer I was interviewed by K. Aleisha Fetters for a Spartan article regarding the topic: “What is the best method for fat loss?’

Spartan Race is a series of obstacle races of varying distance and difficulty ranging from 3 miles to marathon distances. They are held in US and have been franchised to 30 countries including Canada, South Korea, Australia and several European countries.

“Cardio was for slimming down and overall health. Strength training was for professional weightlifters and bodybuilders trying to get extremely strong or bulk up. The problem was, not a whole lot of research actually backed up the claim that aerobics—low- to moderate-intensity, steady-state cardio—was all that helpful for fat loss, explains Hayden Steele, CPT, CSCS, an Oklahoma City-based personal trainer and strength coach. He says that a bias toward aerobics led to researchers neglecting strength training as a form of exercise for decades.”

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview, and you can catch the full article on their website: Spartan.com