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Treadmill and Aerobic Exercises for Weight Loss

Exercising on a treadmill is a great way to lose weight. One however needs to exercise extensively and try out many exercises to  make the weight loss program effective. This adds variety to the exercise routine and helps in toning up body muscles.

Most users also do aerobic exercises on treadmills regularly each day. That is not enough. When you see these people after a few months, there are very few perceptible  changes as far as their weight and appearance.

This is because many people are blissfully unaware that they to make a conscious effort  to change and adapt to new eating habits in order to loose weight.

To enable aerobic exercises to be effective, help burn fat and shed weight using a treadmill, one also needs to increase body metabolism and reduce the intake of calories. In order to  increase body metabolism the most important thing to do is to eat less and more frequently! This may sound contradictory but it is actually true and has been proven scientifically.

Eating more frequently or reducing the intervals between your meals is recommended. However, eating more is not recommended. By eating more frequently, the body’s metabolism becomes faster. This means that the body begins to convert the food and calorie intake into energy more efficiently.

Combining aerobic exercises on the treadmill with more frequent and smaller meals through the day is actually fooling the body to believe that it does not need stored fat. The body begins thinking this way since it is getting small quantities of low calorie food every few hours.

One should eat small meals of moderate , or  preferably low calories, every few hours, say 2 to 3 hours, and then spend say, between twenty and forty minutes on aerobic exercises using the treadmill.

Following one’s aerobics routine with the treadmill combined with increasing one’s metabolism has a lasting effect that increases weight loss.