Burning so many calories every day requires you to respect certain essential points. These include the intensity of exercise. The more intense the exercise, as with HIIT, the more calories you will burn. It is therefore important to combine endurance (a certain amount of work time) with intensity (a particular rhythm) to eliminate those 1000 calories.
What you need to know before you start
First of all, it is important to be aware that burning 1000 calories per day requires a healthy lifestyle and optimal physical condition. It is a great loss in a short time and intense sports activities.
Make sure that you are in good health before embarking on this experience by asking your doctor for advice, who will make sure that you can carry out this caloric expenditure. Starting gradually is also a good way of not putting too much strain on your body in a short period, especially if you are not used to physical exercise.
Spending so many calories in so little time requires intensive exercise, so warm-up will be a necessity, including stretching to prepare the muscles.
Also, age will be of great importance for these warm-ups. These intensive exercises last on average an hour and a half, a young body will warm up faster but also recover faster. Depending on your age, you should consider longer warm-ups as well as a longer duration of the exercise: count two hours rather than an hour and a half.
You will also need to take into account your metabolism and the body’s capacity to eliminate it. Losing 1,000 calories a day will be faster for some people, who spend more than others. Men often lose more calories per day than women, for example. You should, therefore, pay attention to your own body and adapt the exercises and training time to suit you.
Always remember that a good workout is always prepared and always starts with a warm-up. This avoids the risk of injuries such as strains, sprains, and other injuries.
What exercises should I do to lose 1000 calories per day?
Some exercises are more effective than others at burning calories in a very short period. It is possible to make a small schedule of your workouts so that you don’t have to do the same thing every day and to vary your exercises.
The skipping rope is a fearsome one. It tones and refines muscles and burns up to 730 calories per hour. You can do it for the entire duration of your workout (about an hour and a half to two hours) or cut the session off with another exercise. Jump to an intensive pace to burn more, the pace influences the calorie loss.
Be sure to jump on the dry ground so as not to risk injury.
The elliptical bike allows you to burn about 750 calories per hour. Of course, this is also an estimate: the faster you go, the more calories you will lose.
The advantage of elliptical bikes is that they are easy to ride indoors, so you can use them in all seasons.
Jogging will be very interesting especially if you run on hilly places (with regular ascents and descents). For this, running outdoors is often recommended, not only because it offers you a perfect terrain for training, but also because it provides you with adequate oxygen. Here again, the pace will be decisive in terms of calorie expenditure. The general loss is about 750 calories per hour.
Swimming and exercises such as aqua-gym are very popular for large, rapid losses. It is estimated that 400 calories are lost per hour, but this will vary depending on the pace you set for yourself, as with any exercise.
Swimming is very popular for those who may suffer from circulation or muscle problems.
HIIT or Hight-Intensity Interval Training consists of a series of intensive split exercises. The aim is to alternate intensive and recovery moments. This can consist of a sprint of 20-30 seconds and a recovery time at a calm pace at the same time. Alternating the two allows you to burn 1000 calories per day very quickly.
Integrate them into your workouts to optimize them and vary your training.
Note that each of these exercises relies on cardio. It is the key element in energy and therefore caloric expenditure. The body will draw on its reserves to satisfy the energy needs of the muscles and thus promote the loss of calories.
Be careful, however, all physical exercise, and intensive ones even more so, require a healthy lifestyle: a good sleep and a varied and balanced diet are essential. Also, the body naturally burns 1000 calories per day, to function. This is why the daily energy intake is about 1800 calories per day for a woman and 2000 for a man.
Therefore, these exercises should only be performed in support of a good diet, and if the need and ability are present.
Performing these exercises requires a good physical condition and the assurance that it is not contraindicated in your case. An appointment with your doctor will be the first and most important step.
Do not underestimate any preparation or warm-up. Adding stretching at the end of the sessions is also recommended.
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