So, you wanna lose weight by just exercising and you don’t want to change your diet at all? Well, I’ve got good and bad news. It can be done, but it’s not exactly fun. Beginners frequently ask me how many times they should do a workout video on my YouTube channel that is usually 5-10 minutes long. You can boost your routine with cbd from https://cannabisherald.co/ which according to studies helps a lot to loose weight
Viewer: “How many times should I do this workout?”
Me: Do you mean in a day, a week or a month? I’m not sure I know what you are asking. Do you just want to reap the health benefits of exercise or do you want the weight loss ones too?
This question is very complex so I decided to answer it in a video that I think is easy to understand. I couldn’t even go into every detail it’s such a lengthy matter. There are entire books dedicated to this topic. While I don’t believe calories in=calories out 100% of the time, it’s usually pretty helpful when it comes to shedding fat. Watch the video below to find out just how you can lose weight with exercise.
If you have a question, make sure to scroll through the ones already asked on the YouTube page. I answered a bunch already. A lot of good questions were asked and if you are still confused, I highly recommend checking out my book as it goes into much more detail and gives you exact numbers.
Daisy @ Fit Wanderlust Runner says
Such great points! There is a total balance with food and working out that many people just overlook. I’ll admit I ignore it sometimes just because I love food so much 🙂
me too.. hehe. That’s why I’m lucky i like to exercise to balance it out.
Livi @ Eat, Pray, Work It Out says
Great tips Sarah, thanks for sharing!
This was so help! It’s all about balance, but also fueling your body when it needs it!
Great advice Sarah and love the video. Fantastic tips and hugely useful info. Thank you for sharing!
Jim - Turbulence Training says
Great video Sarah. So true! In the end it all comes down to calories in versus calories out. The higher the intensity of your workouts, the faster you burn calories. The better your diet, the less excess calories you need to burn.
Rachel @ Lou Lou Belle says
Always good advice & insight for me to tweak my routine! Thank you!