Portland personal trainer: Burn more calories, lose fat weight

When it comes to working out it all comes down to how many calories you are burning, how many calories you are ingesting and how intense those exercises or fitness routines are. If you are confused on any of these topics, I would suggest asking your Portland personal trainer or fitness expert in your city to give you more insight on how many calories you need to intake for you goals, what is your BMR and what are the correct rest times you should be doing.If you are doing the same workout, eating the same foods and staying with the same rest times, you probably need to kick up the intensity if you are not reaching your goals. I know some of the aerobic machines will pick a fat burning zone, but if your intensity is right in your training zone, then you are going to burn fat regardless, because you are in your zone.You training zone should consist of two numbers that you can have your heart range in when you are doing cardiorespiratory or aerobic exercise. One of the best formulas to use is Karvonen's method of measuring this number. If you are unfamiliar with this formula, then I would suggest asking your fitness trainer in Portland (gym in your city) to come up with these two intensities for you. An example would be calculating your heart rate range between 65% t0 75% of estimated maximal heart range (EMHR).When you have those zone numbers, then you will be exercising at an intensity that will allow you to burn the most amount of calories within a certain time frame, but in a safe and consistent manner. When the intensity is increased, you will burn more calories, which equates to losing more fat weight!Thanks,Kisar DhillonPersonal Trainer Portland Oregon The Art of Personal Training by Kisar Dhillon107 SE Washington Street, Suite 137Portland, Oregon 97214(503) 953-0241