What Burns More Calories Cardio, Times, or Weight Lifting

 

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When you keep the amount of time constant (say 30 minutes), YES doing a 30 minute strength training circuit will burn more calories than HIIT, which will burn more calories than cardio. However, due to the stressful nature of Weight Training and HIIT, you can really only do those activities for 30-45 minutes before your body could need a few days to recover. A cardio workout burns more calories than a weight-training workout. However, your metabolism may stay elevated for longer after weights than. In the moment, cardio burns more calories.

But weight training keeps the burn going for longer. If you were to hook yourself up to a metabolic monitor. Cardiovascular exercise (cardio) is a form of aerobic activity. It increases breathing rate, burns calories quickly, and improves overall endurance.

Examples of aerobic exercise include cycling, dancing, jogging, and swimming. Some research suggests that high intensity interval training (HIIT), which blends bursts of intense activity with periods of less intense activity, burns more calories than traditional exercise. Compared to a session of weight training, cardio typically burns more calories in a single session.

However, weight training increases muscle mass, which burns more calories than fat. Cardiovascular Exercise The fastest way to burn the most calories with a home workout is by doing vigorous cardiovascular exercise. Activities like running and jumping rope can burn more than 1,000 calories per hour depending upon your current weight and your fitness level. “While it is evident that cardiovascular exercise burns more calories than lifting weights, the amount of calories burned after weight training is higher,” reports the CTER Eportfolio System website. Metabolism increases after cardiovascular exercise only lasts 30 to 60 minutes, whereas post weight training metabolism increases up to 48 hours.

Whether you’re a novice exerciser or you’ve been exercising for years, interval training can help you make your workout routine more exciting. Consider the benefits: You’ll burn more calories. The more vigorously you exercise, the more calories you’ll burn — even if you increase intensity for just a few minutes at a time.

While cardiovascular exercise helps the body burn more calories per session, lifting weights allows the body to burn more calories in the long term. The American College of.

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In conclusion, high intensity interval training has more impact on both the aerobic and anaerobic systems and helps you lose more body fat because it keeps burning calories long after the exercise session is over.

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This type of resistance training tends to burn more calories, deplete glycogen (carbohydrate stored in the muscle; this is beneficial as it increases fat burning), generates a nice hormonal response in terms of fat mobilization and may create a larger caloric burn after the exercise is done.

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A scientist sees that you do burn a higher percentage of calories from fat during a lower-intensity aerobic workout, but that’s not the wholestory.

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Aerobic exercise burns calories faster than weight training, but weight training builds muscle, which is of critical importance in weight loss.

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However, overall the total number of calories burnt in weight training will exceed that of cardiovascular exercise because the body continues to burn calories throughout the day, even after you have stopped lifting the weights.

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Aerobic activities do burn calories, but resistance training plays a stronger role because it builds lean muscle mass, which boosts your metabolism, burns calories, and encourages the body to utilize fat more efficiently as fuel.

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The more you have and the more efficient they are, the more calories you can burn both when exercising and at rest.

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Sprinters, however, have less body fat and higher amounts of muscle mass, yet they exercise in a very different way.17-19 Sprinters engage in short bursts of anaerobic effort lasting seconds, whereas marathoners run in an “aerobic zone” for hours and utilize large amounts of caloric energy.

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When energy expenditure (calories burned) is equivalent, both anaerobic and aerobic activity appear to lower body fat to the same extent, but it takes much longer to burn the same energy with aerobic activity.

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Sprinters, however, have less body fat and higher amounts of muscle mass, yet they exercise in a very different way.17–19 Sprinters engage in short bursts of anaerobic effort lasting seconds, whereas marathoners run in an “aerobic zone” for hours and use large amounts of caloric energy.

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  • If you are not a body builder just want to lose weight, I think cardio is actually better. For most people doesn’t enjoy similar routines, cardio includes DANCING which is way more fun than any kind of HIIT routines.

  • I wanted to clear something for people that want to loose weight cardio might seem as the most effective option because of the calories loosing but ITS REALLY IMORTANT TO DO STRENGHT WORKOUT AS WELL because if you only do cardio + you are obviously in a calorie deficit to loose weight you start loosing body mass fat and this is really dangerous because it’s not the same as the body fat percentage, the first one is counting your bones etc. so it’s not a good indicator that is why is so important to do strength workouts to loose weight in a healthy weight and focus more on your measures rather than your weight as an indicator. I hope you guys read this and give it a like so Chloe might do some body strenght (maybe lifting some small weights ) workouts for healthy fat loose

  • All my gyms are closed due to Covid 19, the only thing I have is a 16 pound sledgehammer and two 15 pound dumbbells, but that’s all I need, that and calisthenics ����

  • There’s a reason why basketball and football players are naturally muscular. The more you run, the skinnier you get, the more you lift and use strength, the bigger you get. Combine both, and it becomes very easy to lose fat, build muscle, get stronger and look better. Simple. But priortize weight/strength training over cardio. About 70:30 ratio

  • Since I train hard in every calisthenics session (M-W-F), I’ll stick to LISS on my cardio sessions (T-Th).. I tried HIIT just last week and my legs were so sore the next day that I couldn’t do my pistol squats lol

  • Cardio very much also depends on intensity, in a 45min run for me I burn 500+ with my pace and intensity(but also factor in that in a cc and track runner)

  • I recently watched a video on how a personal trainer said u should never do them together, lol everybodys got there opinion on how to train it’s crazy, most importantly just work out hard, and do both some how? would be my advice lol.

  • I used to be the biggest advocate of HIIT out there. But over the years I’ve come to realize that if you’re serious about strength training and fat loss, LISS wins for two reasons.

    1) It can be done in high volume on a daily basis because of how low impact it is. This means more total cals burned.

    2) It spares your CNS which doesn’t interfere with lifting and it promotes recovery.

    **What winds up happening in the long run with lifting and HIIT is you either have to eat more cals to recover from the workload which impedes fat loss. Or you eventually get over trained. You’re better off lifting with 110% intensity and offsetting it with lots of LISS.

  • I like HIIT, becuse its time-saving, enjoyable, boosts my mood, makes me energized throughout the day. Although HIIT can give you fatigue, nausea and other more, but it is just a muscle soreness. Steady State Cardio, is for some people that cannot do HIIT, for me. HIIT is just an advanced version of cardio, and the steady state is the easy one or moderate.

  • This a great video. The only problem with this method is that if you have a gym membership… it’s hard to get these machines or weights available when switching to upper and lower

  • Me being a non athlete, prefer hiit. My type of training is a bit different, i do hiit sprints once in a week. But i do it in the fasted state. I get light headed but the results are good, i feel so good after doing it. Maybe it’s the hormonal response that come as a result of hiit. Hiit is enough for me to stay healthy. I am not looking for huge muscle mass or anything else, i only want to stay fit, healthy.
    Also one good advantage is that i don’t have to do hiit everyday, i only do it once in a week. Is quite sufficient for me.

  • I have actually employed this unique guide for some days already and the final results are awesome. They offer me plenty of energy and also suppress my urge for food, but I don`t crash whenever they wear off which I love, and they also don`t cause me to feel jittery. I haven`t changed everything else I am doing and also have shed 7 pounds. Find a right weight is not easy, you can discover on Google. weight’s name is below.
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  • This always confuses me cause weight loss is losing weight, but if you eat less food with a higher amount of protein and do weights even if you still do cardio or fiit wouldn’t you still gain weight from muscle?

  • Clearly a typo or clickbait to get the views. IT’S NOT POSSIBLE TO BURN 1000kcal IN 20 MINUTES. Your sprints also look more like moderate jogging so it’s rather a moderate intensity interval workout and not high intensity. I enjoy HIIT wods/sprints and have done a variety of them over the past 7 years. It’s for training and improving your VO2 max and not for maximum calorie burn not even with the afterburn which isn’t up to 70% as you claim, either!!!, rather 10-15%!!! For this being a supposed HIIT workout you are not even out of breath enough even though you act like you are. In addition, the cooldown should not be consisting of just standing around but instead you should keep moving at a slower pace, walking for 5-10 minutes to slow down your heart rate and pump the blood from your legs back to your heart. I feel sad that so much wrong information is spread just to make money and confuse and mislead people nowadays.

  • on these video’s i always see like free diet plans and stuff but than i click on it and is says 100 bucks like cmon man
    i can not pay for that

  • How many times i try i can’t lose weight even gaining some i am 60 kg planing to get to 50 or even less but it turn out 63 then 65 i tried HIIT try less diet still drink much water and sleep roughly 7 -9 hours but can’t lose any weight any help. Please

  • Hey picturefit, have you read the paper on fat loss on a specific part of the body (by university of rome)? Jeff nippard talks about that video (the video is called something like “specific muscle fat loss”). The question i have is that after the results they recommended to do LISS so you can burn the fat that was released by the previous muscle exercises, but ny question is why LISS and not HIIT. You only need to burn the fat that is already releases so it doesnt get to the same place after being in the blood stream. Big fan

  • Hiit or cardio, which one is better? I would say both. But to summarize the opinions of other people would you rather take progressive (cardio) or faster (hiit) for physical needs? The two of the training methods needs to be real for you.

  • So how do I get rid of belly fat without harming my muscle gains? Knowing that I already do resistance training and cardio once a week. And if I change my diet and eat less carbs, won’t this harm my muscle growth?

  • Summer bodies are made in winter. I am making mine, what about you? You can create training and meal plan yourself, or you can save your time and visit NextLevelDiet. You chose

  • Hello, I need some advice.

    Currently I am 172 cms or 5 feet 7 1/2 inches tall and weigh at 96 kgs or 212 lbs.

    I want to gain an athletic body (as well as reduce fat content) which is both strong and has high stamina. So is it okay if do weight training and LISS on alternate days? I have a slipped/herniated disc so some forms of HIIT are not comfortable for me now.

  • Hiit gives you a more desirable body. Just cardio will eventually decrease muscle mass especially upper body. The exercises in hiit workout muscle tho not to the excess of weight training, but it will tone you and stimulate different body parts.

  • The music is really loud in comparison to the talking volume. Considering the weights was done like a circuit so is more tiring than usual weight session, the cardio should have been hill runs to make the comparison fair.

  • I always had a question that are weights bad for long term,do they have side effects?
    Btw i love ur workouts ALOT love from india��������

  • Me being a non athlete, prefer hiit. My type of training is a bit different, i do hiit sprints once in a week. But i do it in the fasted state. I get light headed but the results are good, i feel so good after doing it. Maybe it’s the hormonal response that come as a result of hiit. Hiit is enough for me to stay healthy. I am not looking for huge muscle mass or anything else, i only want to stay fit, healthy.
    Also one good advantage is that i don’t have to do hiit everyday, i only do it once in a week. Is quite sufficient for me.

  • your heart rate does not determine how many calories you burn. watches or calorie burn apps are more inaccurate than a baby doing math….not even an iron man competitor burns 200 calories in 30min. why da hell is she so popular?

  • I’ve heard that due to differences in metabolism between sexes most women react better to low-intensity cardio while most men react better to HIIT. I can’t find the source, though.

  • As a chemical engineer in food processing, let me tell you this: cardio “seems focused on burning FAT” (by exercising a long time at a slower pace to get to the point where fat is directly used as energy). BUT, it conditions the full body biochemistry to STORAGE FAT, for that is the fuel being burned during the exact activity.
    “The body says, If this guy likes to use fat as energy, I better have more of it, so I decide to accumulate fat”.

    On the other hand, HIIT is aimed to burn the most of blood circulating glucose, fast and furiously, and forces the body biochemistry to BURN FAT (later, not during the exercise session) as a mean to replenish the circulating blood glucose (by a not so simple biochemical process called gluconeogenesis)
    “The body says, if this guy likes to use glucose as energy, I better start converting all this stored fat into glucose” (a not so direct path as I already said).

    You know, I really dislike all this BIG lack of real information to pose this kind of predicaments in front of people. What´s said above also implies having some medical caution, for there are health risks involved in both paths.

  • I just go walk for a hour on my days off of lifting our ride my bike. Eating enough calories just to build muscle is already a pain in the ass and super expensive enough.

  • Personally, I find HIIT recovery time is much faster than cardio. If I do some sprints, I’m beat for 20 minutes and then I feel great. But if I do 40 mins cardio, I feel like I’m falling apart for the rest of the day.

  • My problem with all the HIIT studies and claims, is no sprinter has ever made the switch to running the marathon. HIIT training and technical work is about all sprinters do (that and lift) yet, if it is so great for improving VO2Max and overall cardio health why can’t any of the great 100 meter runners keep up in a 1 mile race, let alone anything longer?

  • More muscle burns more fat where excessive amounts of cardio raises cortisol levels, which is a stress hormone. So, doing either both in moderation or do weights in conjunction to HIIT is truly beneficial ��

  • That’s crazy on the arch machine at planet fitness I burned 502 in 32 minutes, I was sweating so hard I didn’t take any breaks lol it was so worth it though I felt amped

  • Hey Chole, love from India �� your videos has inspired me to start exercising daily. I Wanted to loose some weight but i use to get bored to start doing it. But after watching your videos, I started working out daily without skipping a day. And i found drastic result. Tysm������

  • 1:49
    HIIT is better for VO2 max?

    Lol, jokes on you, marathon runners have a higher VO2 max then sprinters or weightlifters/bodybuilders!

  • Ya exactly…Cardio is the best if you want to burn fat…and once you’ve burned all the fat in your body now you can start doing weight lifting to get muscles and abs e.t.c

  • i used to do only cardio and didn’t get any results. I swtched to weights and lost over 30lbs in 6 wks. weight training is also a lot funner i tend to keep t weight training longer than cardio

  • If I am fat now and have lots of extra pounds, should I first do cardio
    Burn some fat first and then turn to resistance training

    Or can I directly take on to do resistance training?

  • Don’t like HIIT. I was always mentally exhausted by pushing myself so hard. I can listen to a podcast while jogging, felt good and accomplished afterwards. Of course outdoor activities are still the best.

  • Hello mam,
    My initial weight was 88kgs…i lost 17 kgs in 8 months..now i am 72 kgs..but from past 3 months i am not able to loose weight..pls suggest what kind of exercises to follow..

  • After a very intense session of lifting weights i tried to take a drink from my water bottle and ended up spilling it all because i couldn’t control my arms lol.

  • I apologize for the stupidity of my question, I am hoping someone who is more advanced than I can help out.
    I workout 7 days a week (Sunday I do stretching and a light upper body band routine)
    I also walk 4 to 7 miles daily.
    Here is my current routine
    Monday Legs (usually an hour and a half)
    Tuesday Cardio (over an hour long, I switch between high intensity and low intensity weekly)
    Wednesday Upper Body (usually an hour and a half)
    Thursday Cardio (over an hour long)
    Friday Legs (usually an hour and a half)
    Saturday Kickboxing (1.25 hours)
    Sunday Stretching and light upper body band work
    I alternate between using BFR bands and just lifting as heavy as I can on weight training days. I got a boxers fracture on my right hand Christmas Eve so I have not been able to lift as heavy as I would have liked to I have been using the BFR bands for the last 8 weeks and a 12# weighted vest
    I am not building any muscle no matter how much I lift or how many reps or how much I burn. I am pretty skinny at this point 5’8″ 110# 41 years old

  • Ma’am I want to loose 25 kgs I am daily walking 4 km and running 2km everyday and having a good diet! Can I loose that much weight by cardio?

  • Short answer
    Both do but cardio burns more and should be done often if you are trying to loose weight and weighted with low cardio if you want to build muscle

  • Hiit is a funny thing, because many people dont actually do hiit when they think they are. When i was at uni my friend told me his hiit program was running 15km/hr on the treadmill for 1 minute followed by a 30 sec recovery walk. I chuckled hard when i told him 15km/hr is my steady state pace on the treadmill for one hour lol

  • 40 minutes on a treadmill / 502 calories burned is 12.55 calories/min. The screen said 13 calories/minute. Whatever. The weights was 44 minutes / 559 calories burned is 13.97 calories/min. Why did it report 3 calories / minute on the screen? Looks like no difference? Let’s take a look… Assuming a 1.5 calories/min difference, and assuming it takes 3500 calories to burn a pound of fat, that’s a… 279 minutes of treadmill or 250 minutes weightlifting. 4 to 4.7 hours. The difference does add up.

  • your heart rate does not determine how many calories you burn. watches or calorie burn apps are more inaccurate than a baby doing math….not even an iron man competitor burns 200 calories in 30min. why da hell is she so popular?

  • Doubt you’ll see this late after you posted but if you wear your watch on the bottom of your wrist it will give you a more accurate reading because your pulse will be stronger there

  • I would be focusing more on the benefits of cardio to the heart. All cardio does for weight loss of create a larger calorie deficit (which you should be creating view diet anyway) so it may help you loose weight a bit faster. But resistance training is superior for retaining lean body mass, and body recomposition (leading to an overall more asthetically pleasing physique,rather than “skinny fat”)

  • For all people that say this oh this is bs or coach Greg brought me here just shut the hell up keep you opinion to your self everyone doing the workout know that it doesn’t burn 1000 calorie but at least we burn 200-300 calorie and this is cardio for god sake your metabolism will be high for hour so even if you eat like crap. Nothing will happen so please shut up I just wanna see results not some grown ass adult acting like a 5 year old and spreading hate

  • Lifting definitely. Once I started training with a barbell and focusing on increasing my strength… The fat melted off. I lost 160 lbs, and basically only did cardio to break through plateaus.

  • You need them both but i personally find i lose more fat with cardio, weights give you that good shape underneath and cardio helps to reveal it. That being said diet is everything

  • I have seen great results from lifting weights, and now that I discovered your Hiit programs, I see results too. With weights I felt like my muscle was growing bigger, but with Hiit I felt like I was leaning up. So now I am going to combine your Hiit workouts with weights, I think the results can be amazing!

  • Weights do I’m certified I know. The reason weights burn more calories is because the more muscle you have, the more you burn naturally because the more muscle the higher metabolism. Cardio is just good for your heart but not the best for fat loss. People often confuse fat loss and weight loss. Cardio makes you flat and weight makes you toned and it accentuates curves

  • I wanted to clear something for people that want to loose weight cardio might seem as the most effective option because of the calories loosing but ITS REALLY IMORTANT TO DO STRENGHT WORKOUT AS WELL because if you only do cardio + you are obviously in a calorie deficit to loose weight you start loosing body mass fat and this is really dangerous because it’s not the same as the body fat percentage, the first one is counting your bones etc. so it’s not a good indicator that is why is so important to do strength workouts to loose weight in a healthy weight and focus more on your measures rather than your weight as an indicator. I hope you guys read this and give it a like so Chloe might do some body strenght (maybe lifting some small weights ) workouts for healthy fat loose

  • I read plenty of good opinions on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets can help you lost lots of weight. Has any one tried using this popular weight loss secrets?

  • From my understanding, if you do cardio and weight lifting together, it is counter productive. Basically, cardio=mass loss while weight lifting = mass gain.

    So my problem is, I am trying to grow my glutes and have been working out with weights for like the last 3 months and I have seen some results. But I know cardio is good for your heart and overall health and although I am not fat, I would like to lose maybe 2 or 3 kilos to achieve a more slender & fit look.

    How should I implement my cardio? Should I leave 48h in between my weight lifting and cardio workouts? I’ve also heard HIIT has less of an impact on your mass gain compared to steady cardio.

    I would love any advice from anyone knowledgeable on this subject

  • in my personal experience weights all the way. Weightlifting helped with fat loss and improved my physique so much and doing HIIT for years didn’t do that. a HIIT session may burn more calories during the actual session but then the fat loss stops but when you build muscle thru weights your muscles continue the fat burn for literally hours afterward. Also, in all honesty chloe ting has incredible muscle mass (and that’s what allows her to eat so much which is AWESOME) as you can see from dexa scans she has shown on her channel. Because people are always asking for at home workouts, that’s what she publishes a lot of, but it’s not really at all what has given her her physique. if you watch natacha ocean’s video ” 1 hr calorie blast challenge” you’ll see she really goes into the science of it too

  • Weights do I’m certified I know. The reason weights burn more calories is because the more muscle you have, the more you burn naturally because the more muscle the higher metabolism. Cardio is just good for your heart but not the best for fat loss. People often confuse fat loss and weight loss. Cardio makes you flat and weight makes you toned and it accentuates curves

  • Since I started doing weights I lost a lot of fat, got more defined, toned. I like cardio but with a healthy eating for me the weights are enough. I dont like to be thin(my preference)…

  • Fatloss caluculation is Treditional Cardio-0.0026% per minute and HIIT0.005% per minute. So Got confused there������ treditional cardio seems higher ������

  • Hey friends! In my recent sustained fat loss video I talked all about the benefits of weight training and lots of you asked about why I don’t recommend cardio for fat loss even though I love it for overall health and wellbeing. I saw Steve Cook’s awesome calorie burn challenge video and it gave me the idea to demonstrate how resistance training can be just as effective at burning calories as cardio, plus it gives you lots of other benefits that you hear me talk about all the time! 

    It was a killer so I really hope you like it! xxxx

  • Most people don’t weight train that intensely tho. Most people take rests in between exercises. So for most people, cardio would be more efficient in burning calories.

  • Please can you do a beginner’s workout to weight lifting �� an introuction into it. I always find weights a bit overwhelming and don’t know where to start. Also is there a way to do this at home with weights you can buy online, without machines ��

  • Geez, I wonder how many years of hard work and dedication it takes to become so strong? I am so so weak, I wish I was like her. I am just starting weightlifting and building muscles so I wonder how that will change me and my strength if I keep at it at least 2 times a week for a long period. It’s a killer.

  • So does he normally do circuit style weight lifting plus the cardio session at the end? I gotta keep my workouts to an hour because of a hectic work and family schedule and I can’t really do both unless I start cutting into my sleep which i’d rather not do.

  • Im just starting this exercise thing, im 13 years old, weigh 135 pounds, and im the category known as skinny fat. I want to shed weight and gain some muscle but im confused. I was considering doing hiit so I could lose fat fast and be more athletic, but people are saying beginners shouldn’t start off with that but instead steady state cardio. What should I do?
    do I put them together?

  • I apologize for the stupidity of my question, I am hoping someone who is more advanced than I can help out.

    I workout 7 days a week (Sunday I do stretching and a light upper body band routine)

    I also walk 4 to 7 miles daily.

    Here is my current routine

    Monday Legs (usually an hour and a half)

    Tuesday Cardio (over an hour long, I switch between high intensity and low intensity weekly)

    Wednesday Upper Body (usually an hour and a half)

    Thursday Cardio (over an hour long)

    Friday Legs (usually an hour and a half)

    Saturday Kickboxing (1.25 hours)

    Sunday Stretching and light upper body band work

    I alternate between using BFR bands and just lifting as heavy as I can
    on weight training days. I got a boxers fracture on my right hand
    Christmas Eve so I have not been able to lift as heavy as I would have
    liked to I have been using the BFR bands for the last 8 weeks and a
    12# weighted vest

    I am not building any muscle no matter how much I lift or how many reps
    or how much I burn. I am pretty skinny at this point 5’8″ 110# 41
    years old

  • HIIT great for athletic performance,running away faster, muscle fatigue..SSC great for endurance, real life application and mental toughness.

  • I think this was a very good way to compare the two.. However, I do feel your version of weight training is a bit different from the standard gym goer. Usually when I’m doing weights there is no jumping around. Everything is much more controlled movements.. 4 sets of 10 with a 60 second break between.. Then wipe down machine and walk over to the next one and repeat the 4 sets of 10…. I would be interested to see how a less “cardio weight” set would compare to just straight cardio. (Without the jump squats, etc.) just switching from machine to machine.

  • I just have to say I’m so glad I found your channel. I just joined a gym almost 4 months ago and I’ve lost 10 pounds but still have another 35 or so to lose and then I want to gain some lean muscles. I have so many questions and I have been watching some of your videos today and pretty much every question I have is answered on your videos. For example I wanted to know about supplements, Cardio or weights first, how many days should I work out, cut or bulk first etc… you literally have a video on each one of these topics. Thank you so much! ❤️����������

  • You are burning a Max of 100 calories not 1000. You are obviously too stupid to understand simple math. Do you wonder why your dislike bar is so much higher than your like bar? You are truly an idiot.

  • I really have been trying to loose weight, and I really have been doing some research on to loose pounds thanks to bright side, and I really have been in a freak at it since then, and until now I have been lost about 57 off, and I am still trying more hard to be more healthier freak

  • well… you can’t burn the same amount with strenght training… (at least if you base calculations on HR).
    during exercice (like biking or running) you can keep >80%mHR for 3h, or >85-90%mHR for >30 minutes, and it won’t happen during weightlifting

  • Those calorie trackers are useless for resistance training, heart rate is not an accurate proxy for measuring power output during anaerobic exercise. You didn’t burn anywhere near 600 calories in an hour of lifting.

    You’ll always be able to burn a lot more calories and do a lot more work aerobically. That’s why we have evolved aerobic metabolism in the first place, because it lets us do more stuff for longer before being exhausted.

  • Gday mate. I’m a track athlete. When I train for speed work, which is high intensity, the heart rate should be around 180 bpm. With a heart rate around 129 bpm that is under what most marathon athletes would race and train at. What I’m trying to get at is that at 129 bpm you are a lot less effective and should have been better off taking some rest before going from the weights to the treadmill.

  • love fitness, and good to see a U.K women smash a youtube video, spread the love, the support and the encouragement, nuff love all the way from essex

  • Natacha I started watching you and working out using some of your workouts. Its day 26 for me and I have lost 10 pounds. You have my ideal body physigue. I love your informative vids. I’ve even shared them with those who follow my workouts on snapchat. Thank you loves!

  • Great job! 100 calorie difference but in a months time, thats nearly 1 pound difference in lost weight with resistance training if all other factors being equal.

  • Sorry, I hear you talking about your heart rate being the reason of the amount of calories burned, please know each person has a target heart rate for weight loss for example I can lose more fat at 130 bpm rather than on 170 or even 200 bpm

  • How do you wear so much makeup and jewelry while working out? Whenever I go I just wear one of my pajama shirts, workout leggings, and running shoes lol

  • Well if you didn’t stop running every 30 seconds you would of burnt much more calories. 230 lb dude would burn around 770 calories at a 9 minute pace.

  • Wow you’re answering all these questions I’ve had in my head that NOONE else has ever even had the slightest idea to touch on! THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART! writing to you from DALLAS TX! Yeehawww lol

  • Here is something very simple I did (it works for me). Starting 10th Nov 18 (32 days ago), I did following;

    1) Stopped all carbs and everything “white” (sugar, salt, rice etc).
    2) Reduced to two meals a day, with one meal only fruits.
    3) Got back to running. Ran total 216 km in these 32 days (burnt 15,000 KCal appx).
    4) Regulated my diet heavily. I watch everything I eat (trust me, its not difficult).
    5) My caloric requirement is 2,500 KCal / day.
    6) I consume on average 1,500 KCal / day. The shortfall hence is 1,000 KCal per day.
    7) I managed deficit of appx 30,000 KCal (total). This equals to appx 4 kgs.
    8) I only engage in Body Weight exercises (till now). My body fat % came down to 24% from 27% (in just one month). I plan to reduce further 6 kgs in next 2 months.

    I feel much better, am always full of energy and am more active. I am going to stick to this plan for next 6 months to get full results.

    Don’t listen to any fancy advises; what works for others might not work for you. Do what you are comfortable with and what you enjoy. One thing is certain, at the end of everything, Calorie consumed should be < Calorie Burnt. That's the only way to reduce weight (plus exercise to gain muscles and strength). All the best.

  • Didnt look like he used the incline on the treadmill which can add to the intensity and heartrate. But treadmill and other forms of running, cycling, and similar cardio is good for a warmup.

  • All those hours days weeks years lifting boring chunks of metal and counting calories eating plain boring foods when you when you could learn a craft skill like boxing �� or Martial arts or learn to play a
    musical instrument �� ��

  • Why do NORMAL people pose as experts and super athletes? Worse, how come people believe it?? JUST LOOK AT HER!! If she could burn 1000 freaking calories in 20 minutes (which NO ONE can btw) she’d be super shredded, now is she? NO, SHE’S NOT! So stop believing this shit! 1.8 million views for fuck’s sake!

  • What people don’t realize is that cardio is done without even thinking or forcing yourself to do it? What do I mean…. walking between workout machines is your cardio right there unless you physically fly to the weight machine lol.

  • Bruh. I want all the big youtube fitness channels to come together and discuss all the fat burning stuff, how excersises should be done, which is suitable for fat burning and muscle building and upload a common video without contradicting each other ������. Im done

  • I guess none of you are physicists. Or else you would just do a calculation on the amount of work needed to complete each of the task. I bet you guys also think that a 5k run would burn more calories than a 5k walk because of the increased heart rate or something.

  • I love all your videos and this is an interesting experiment for sure. But Heart rate is entirely separate from calories burned. Heart rate monitors are way off when tracking calories. heart rate can vary from caffeine, temperature, hydration and other factors. calories burned can only be measured by the actual work being done, weight and distance traveled. Even the hardest weight session won’t burn more than 4-500 calories, you’re moving weights only relatively small distances and rep ranges. Cardio, moving your body weight sometimes several miles will always burn significantly more calories. Think about a 200 lbs man walking 4 miles vs benching 200lbs for 5 sets and take into account the overall weight being moved over the distance. There is just no way it’s possible for lifting to burn as many calories as a cardio session.

  • Don’t make the mistake of taking sides and choosing one or the other. Instead, do both within your capabilities. Cardio one week, hiit the next, etc.

  • I don’t agree with his conclusion. He could have easily increased his average heart rate on the treadmill to 150 and made it steady by increasing the incline if he wasn’t already tired from the weight lifting. I do 30 minute regularly at 150 beats and it’s very easy. Also you can do cardio every day if you wanted to unlike weights. Nothing against weights I do them regularly too. But can’t beat cardio for burning calories

  • i think Cardio burns WAYY more calories than weightlifting. you have alot of good videos that have helped me and i use your dumbbell exercises myself. but this one i had to disagree with. first of all i don’t know how accurate the watch is how it’s calculating how much weight you’re lifting? i understand it could tell your motions/movement but strain/pressure i dont know how it can do that? and second you weren’t even going on incline on the treadmill dude. incline burns double the calories as you would going straight and you don’t even need to run on an incline you can walk and burn as much calories like 3mph for example.

  • Always do both. What is the use of a mascular and strong physique if you can get tired easily when you run or walk a mile and vice versa. The key to optimum health is to be balance

  • I don’t like this video much when it comes to getting stronger and losing weight. If you want to get stronger, you should be doing 1-5 reps of heavy weight, if you want hypertrophy you should be doing 6-12 reps, and for Endurance you should be doing 13-20 reps. Also, for the best results you don’t want to rush through the workout. TUT or Time Under Tension is the best way to gain strength. You want the most effective workouts? Slow down. Complete the rep, hold it, and then continue that same way. Lifting weights isn’t supposed to be a rapid thing. Doing it rapidly may hurt you. Slow down and get the most out of your workouts

  • Well i need cardio especially Fighting movement not to lose IT you know what i mean cause i am a Warrior So i keep IT half half calories Are good Aš much you burn them

  • Strength vs Cardio… i prefer the the first one. In my opinion, being strong is more practical, unless your job requires you to run for a long time.

  • Question: If I do 15-20 reps and give it my all, how long should I rest before my next set? And is the goal to do 15-20 reps again in the second set? What if I am too tired, what would you suggest I do?

  • In order to be comparable, you needed to do the HIIT at the same intensity as the lifting, so you needed to incline that treadmill to 10 deg. HIIT means you are at RPE 10, so waaaaaay higher than 140 BPM.

  • This is not even something people are curious about. This is just wrong. Calories burned does not even come close to cardio compared with weightlifting. The treadmill calories burned is the worst way to get an accurate measure. If you want to know an amateur will not burn more than 300 Kcal on their heaviest leg day. They can easily burn much more than that by running for an hour. The main focus of any weightlifting session is to build muscle and cardio along with diet is for creating a deficit. Both are important because in the long run, building muscles overtime will increase your metabolism so you can afford to have more calories!

  • What? There is no way this is true. Unless you are walking more than you running during cardio then it probably true. Also, the most important key to loss weight is how the way you eating. It doesn’t matter what kind of exercise you do if you eat like a madman than there is no way you gonna lose weight.

  • I think this is actually very interesting test because i coach Greg Douchette in one of his videos is saying that with the with weightlifting in the gym you only burn something between 150-300 calories and he suggested

  • 1 other problem, you’ll hit your daily steps goal while laying in bed with a Fitbit. Very very very inaccurate. I personally have the Charge 3 as well because I refuse to hop on the Apple Watch train it’s a joke.

  • Thank you for that bit of information, I’ve always wanted to know the answer to that question and I now finally know it. I will continue doing cardio but weight lifting is my goal. Maybe do an hour of cardio and weight training sessions could be later on in day….yeah that’s sounds cool

  • hey.
    please tell me which treadmill ia better?
    1) Jogway T18A treadmill.
    2) Daily youth GT5 treadmill.
    please search on internet and check spec and let me see.

  • All those hours days weeks years lifting boring chunks of metal and counting calories eating plain boring foods when you when you could learn a craft skill like boxing �� or Martial arts or learn to play a
    musical instrument �� ��

  • Hiit gives you a more desirable body. Just cardio will eventually decrease muscle mass especially upper body. The exercises in hiit workout muscle tho not to the excess of weight training, but it will tone you and stimulate different body parts.

  • If strength is so important, why are the best champions in boxing and MMA reliant upon endurance and cardio? I’m asking a serious question based upon easily observed statistics. You can have strong legs and arms, but if you get winded from a lack of oxygen due to poor lung capacity…you are TOAST.

  • Thank you for this! I have been beating myself up over no cardio for the past two months but I do antagonistic supersets and I don’t want any time away from the weights to do cardio and I am so happy you posted this video

  • How do the weights win, if you only did cardio for 20 minutes but you lifted the weights for 44 minutes?!! Basically you spend 2x the time on weights, therefore the weights lost, fool! Get your facts right!

  • You don’t want to lose weight, you want to lose fat. By following stupid diet plans, I was primarily losing muscle mass. Oh god, how dumb I was? You only need correct diet and some kind of training, and the best thing is that you can find both (and much more) on website called *Next Level Diet*.

  • Could you do the same kind of video for a normal 20 min HIIT vs 50 min Strenght training session? I am curious to see the difference.

  • I work out 6 days a week for the last month, I don’t have a heart monitor but I have a blood pressure device, right after the work out “like after 2 minutes ” My BPM is 136
    How kuch is my heart rate during the exercise?
    Can u tell us ir heart rate a minute after u finish?
    Am still a student so I can’t buy the heart monitor

  • Did you find this video helpful? For all you gym nuts, fitness junkies and weekend warriors listening to this, what are some workout techniques and strategies that you feel have worked best for you? If you enjoyed this video, please give it a like and share it with your friends! ��

  • What do you usually do at the gym? I’m a naturally skinny person but i have a fat belly and no butt ������ can you help me out please. I’m already following your hourglass workout challenge

  • I’ve heard that due to differences in metabolism between sexes most women react better to low-intensity cardio while most men react better to HIIT. I can’t find the source, though.

  • I eat well and do strength tanning everyday and I mean I’m not looking to be a size 2 I just wanna be stronger and be healthier and I’m honestly feeling super good and I eat well but also don’t deprive myslef!

  • I’ve been doing cardio and dieting for two weeks and I still have the same fucking weight. This is so frustrating idk what’s the fucking problem. I get disappointed every morning when I step on that scale and check my weight

  • 1 other problem, you’ll hit your daily steps goal while laying in bed with a Fitbit. Very very very inaccurate. I personally have the Charge 3 as well because I refuse to hop on the Apple Watch train it’s a joke.

  • I did both and lost weight efficiently, but lately I am starting to hate running due to breathing problems and at the same time I am very drawn to weightlifting. Would it not hurt if I weight lift more than cardio to keep the weight loss?

  • Can someone please explain this to me, if your training for strength doesn’t that mean high intensity with lower reps but he’s asking to do 15-20 reps

  • I think it’s best to do a mix of both. Although I know so many guys who only do weights and avoid cardio, and women who just do cardio….

  • As a trainer, I have to say that although you burned more calories during cardio, it’s the STRENGTH TRAINING that continues to burn calories even after you stop exercising. No more calories are burned after you stop cardio! And yes, cardio is good for you, but in the long run, it’s PROPER strength training that will prevent injuries and falling. Focusing on burning calories is just a small part of why one should work out. Being strong and having PROPER body movement patterns is what will add to your quality of life.

  • on these video’s i always see like free diet plans and stuff but than i click on it and is says 100 bucks like cmon man
    i can not pay for that

  • Check out our video explaining some stomach exercises and walking plans to lose weight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0phfRbFTBQ&list=PL_fl96m7OLQX8Ls3btXcjCcFcxQ2C1djx&index=20&t=1s

  • More muscle burns more fat where excessive amounts of cardio raises cortisol levels, which is a stress hormone. So, doing either both in moderation or do weights in conjunction to HIIT is truly beneficial ��

  • I really have been trying to loose weight, and I really have been doing some research on to loose pounds thanks to bright side, and I really have been in a freak at it since then, and until now I have been lost about 57 off, and I am still trying more hard to be more healthier freak

  • My doctor brought me here, take this down, you are just lying to stupid morons, more like stupid way to burn 200 calories in 20 minutes

  • My problem with all the HIIT studies and claims, is no sprinter has ever made the switch to running the marathon. HIIT training and technical work is about all sprinters do (that and lift) yet, if it is so great for improving VO2Max and overall cardio health why can’t any of the great 100 meter runners keep up in a 1 mile race, let alone anything longer?

  • I like to do cardio and then to lower my heart rate do low intensity weight lifting. A mix of the two for 30 minutes makes a great workout

  • Is Custokebon Secrets useful to lost lots of weight? I’ve learn many good things about Custokebon Secrets (just google search it).

  • Fatloss caluculation is Treditional Cardio-0.0026% per minute and HIIT0.005% per minute. So Got confused there������ treditional cardio seems higher ������

  • OK but to be build more muscle you need to be at a caloric surplus meanwhile to burn fat you need to be at caloric deficit so there is a clear contradiction. Also to those who think you can do both weight training and then cardio good job, you just caused every newbie to spend 2 hours in the gym and 6 days in home cause they’ve literally destroyed themselves with that amount of effort. You can burn muscle and burn fat at the same time but it will take you a hell lot more time to acomplish both goals simultaneously not to mention that you’ll feel horrible most of the time and it will take a long time to see any visible effects of that type of training. My advice? Burn all the excess fat first and then start weight training you’ll save time, effort and you’ll suffer a lot less because, well let’s be frank, losing fat or gaining muscle makes you suffer! You need to dish out considerable amount of effort for a long time before you see any of it pay off both in health and in looks. If you’re working 9 to 5 jobs then it’s gonna make your already monotonous even more so. Pay off is that you get more female attention (speaking from a male prespective), a bit more action and people start to look at you more positively which can open some career paths.

  • Gday mate. I’m a track athlete. When I train for speed work, which is high intensity, the heart rate should be around 180 bpm. With a heart rate around 129 bpm that is under what most marathon athletes would race and train at. What I’m trying to get at is that at 129 bpm you are a lot less effective and should have been better off taking some rest before going from the weights to the treadmill.

  • Hey! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I notice many people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (do a search on google), but I’m not sure if it is good. Have you tried Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard some unbelivable things about it and my work buddy lost lots of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me:(

  • Wow! I just found website NextLevelDiet and read their fitness tips and recipes. I can’t wait to get my diet and training plan from that site and transform my body. Summer body, here I come!

  • In short to burn fat fast…
    1. Do weights training +cardio
    2. Combinations workout
    My advice:I tried combinations like 15min weights and 15 minutes cardio
    This helped me lose belly fat fast.

  • I can’t believe I found this website. Next Level Diet completely changed the way I look at diets. When I started following their diet plan, I realised that diet isn’t something you should be scared of and it can easily fit in your daily routine.

  • Combine both in a workout like cross trainers. Just do all the workout to a high intensity to keep your heart rate up, and just eat sensibly.

  • You don’t want to lose weight, you want to lose fat. By following stupid diet plans, I was primarily losing muscle mass. Oh god, how dumb I was? You only need correct diet and some kind of training, and the best thing is that you can find both (and much more) on website called *Next Level Diet*.

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  • Ok for those who started watching and waiting for the POINT…if you want to lose fat…eat less..nuff said.. now to the exercise. anybody with no injuries can do this and it works and to make a point from the video..it doesn’t take a long time in the gym. He was absolutely correct. Do some weights before cardio..so what i suggest..do 100 pushups 10 X 10 or 20 X 5 doesn’t matter. In between do curls like a set of 10 or 12 whatever you can handle. When finished jump (sit) on a rowing machine. Most good gyms have the Concept 2 which is the best in the world. Do 5000 or 6000 meters. You get your cardio for sure and also strength training. rowing works 85% of your muscles. Before you start rowing make sure you know how to row correctly to avoid injuries. This all can be done in an hour to an hour and 15 min. Best workout you can do for the benefits and time. and remember I said the ROWING MACHINE not the treadmill or elliptical or bike.I doubt you will ever find a line waiting to use the rower. Remember the rower gives you strength plus cardio at the same time.

  • I’m not going to lie, when i started my weight lose journey i did a lot cardio, running. every other day i would run a minimum of 3 miles. It helped me burned fat fast, also i would eat less, i would run after work so i would have a small meal before my runs because if i didnt ill feel like throwing up. It was like magic how i lose weight, but i wasnt happy lol. I didnt have muscle and i always loved weight lifting. Now that i have bad knees i dont run as much or even at all, yes ive gained weight but thats muscle. Im still trying to lose the fat, so im doing a calorie deficit with weightlifiting. its a slower process of losing fat, but at least im gaining muscle while slowly burning fat! and im happy!

  • Ultimately, go for conditioning, whatever it takes you to get there. If you have muscle mass but you can’t even do 1 pull-up then you are a cripple. Look at pro bodybuilders who gasp for air during interview, because their muscle weight is too much for their cardiovascular system. Compared to my teenage years, I gained a lot of muscle weight in my 30s, and I was getting compliments from people, but I couldn’t even do I pull-up unless it was assisted. When I was a teen I could climb the tallest tree in 5 seconds and hang on the tree like a monkey all day because my level of conditioning was so high compared to my body weight. Muscle gain can make you a cripple just like fat gain. If you want to be a muscle monster then become a muscle monster, but a conditioned, agile guy who can do 30 unassisted pull-ups or run a marathon, or climb a rock wall will beat you every time in fitness. He will live to be 85 and you will live to be 45. He will be less likely to develop diabetes, cardiovascular disease or cancer. The only thing you can beat him in is lifting heavy plates. But the ability to lift heavy plates is not the solution if your cardiovascular system is de-conditioned, as evidenced by so many bodybuilders dying from heart attacks. Pro bodybuilders love to talk about conditioning. Conditioning, conditioning, conditioning. It’s one of their favorite phrases. Well if you are dead from a heart attack at 45 then your conditioning sucks even if you are Mr. Olympia winner.

  • Hey Chole, love from India �� your videos has inspired me to start exercising daily. I Wanted to loose some weight but i use to get bored to start doing it. But after watching your videos, I started working out daily without skipping a day. And i found drastic result. Tysm������

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  • I find doing cardio is easier for me to stick with regularly than weight lifting. Weight lifting always felt like a pain in the butt / boring

  • 20 seconds in I knew this would be a rambling, circuitous diatribe from someone who loves to hear themselves speak. Scrolled through to the comments to find that this was, indeed, the resounding narrative. Commentators summarized video in <20 words. Made this comment. Leaving now.

  • Calories…
    1 hr cardio 500 approx
    25 reps of 100kg deadlift 700 approx

    Think for yourself. There’s a reason why strongmen eat so so much food. Bcz strength training burns calories like a furnace.

  • If strength is so important, why are the best champions in boxing and MMA reliant upon endurance and cardio? I’m asking a serious question based upon easily observed statistics. You can have strong legs and arms, but if you get winded from a lack of oxygen due to poor lung capacity…you are TOAST.

  • I recently watched a video on how a personal trainer said u should never do them together, lol everybodys got there opinion on how to train it’s crazy, most importantly just work out hard, and do both some how? would be my advice lol.

  • As a chemical engineer in food processing, let me tell you this: cardio “seems focused on burning FAT” (by exercising a long time at a slower pace to get to the point where fat is directly used as energy). BUT, it conditions the full body biochemistry to STORAGE FAT, for that is the fuel being burned during the exact activity.
    “The body says, If this guy likes to use fat as energy, I better have more of it, so I decide to accumulate fat”.

    On the other hand, HIIT is aimed to burn the most of blood circulating glucose, fast and furiously, and forces the body biochemistry to BURN FAT (later, not during the exercise session) as a mean to replenish the circulating blood glucose (by a not so simple biochemical process called gluconeogenesis)
    “The body says, if this guy likes to use glucose as energy, I better start converting all this stored fat into glucose” (a not so direct path as I already said).

    You know, I really dislike all this BIG lack of real information to pose this kind of predicaments in front of people. What´s said above also implies having some medical caution, for there are health risks involved in both paths.

  • As expert, I believe Custokebon Secrets is good way to lost a ton of weight. Why don’t you give it a shot? maybe it’s going to work for you too.

  • Hey Chloe, I dont know if you made a gym workout routine program. But I dont know what I should do when I go to the gym. Can you please make a video. Please dont feel pressured:)
    Thank you <3 (like weights and cardio)

  • This a great video. The only problem with this method is that if you have a gym membership… it’s hard to get these machines or weights available when switching to upper and lower

  • hey,if anyone else needs to find out about fat burning vegetables try Ichordo Incredible Weight Fixer (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my friend got amazing results with it.

  • In short to burn fat fast…
    1. Do weights training +cardio
    2. Combinations workout
    My advice:I tried combinations like 15min weights and 15 minutes cardio
    This helped me lose belly fat fast.

  • I would be focusing more on the benefits of cardio to the heart. All cardio does for weight loss of create a larger calorie deficit (which you should be creating view diet anyway) so it may help you loose weight a bit faster. But resistance training is superior for retaining lean body mass, and body recomposition (leading to an overall more asthetically pleasing physique,rather than “skinny fat”)

  • There’s a reason why basketball and football players are naturally muscular. The more you run, the skinnier you get, the more you lift and use strength, the bigger you get. Combine both, and it becomes very easy to lose fat, build muscle, get stronger and look better. Simple. But priortize weight/strength training over cardio. About 70:30 ratio

  • This always confuses me cause weight loss is losing weight, but if you eat less food with a higher amount of protein and do weights even if you still do cardio or fiit wouldn’t you still gain weight from muscle?

  • This is stupid. Yes for most people weightlifting is easier. U should do Both. But in terms of simply what burns more fat, it’s fricking steady state cardio.

  • This video is crap. Absolute crap. Weights does not burn calories like what this describes. Cardio does burn more calories than weights. Weights is for building muscle. Cardio is for heart strength and fat burn. There are no in between with this. This whole video is garbage. It’s fake bs like this is what confuses people. Thumbs down as this video is a lie. Following these guide lines will keep you fat.

  • All my gyms are closed due to Covid 19, the only thing I have is a 16 pound sledgehammer and two 15 pound dumbbells, but that’s all I need, that and calisthenics ����

  • I have always linked word ‘diet’ with starvation, until I discoverd website NextLevelDiet. With their diet plan, I am never hungry and I am still losing weight. Amazing!!!

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  • Just so every one knows it may yes be impossible to burn 1000 calories in 20 min but this is a hit workout ehich means that after the workout your body will still be burning calories and your metabolism will speed up this will happen for about 24 hours! So maby not in 20 min you will burn 1000 calories but yes after the workout when your body is still burning calories it is possible that you burned 1000 calories!!��������

  • I have been going to gym for last 2 months for reducing belly fat ( i am not that fat just 80kg and 6 ft tall ) But i wanted a stronger body. I recorded my belly size (40 inches) and weight 2 months back. Now my belly is 39 inches and my weight is still 80 kg which made me worry but i realized that my biceps and chest grew a little bigger which was really a satisfactory thing for me. But still my belly is big.
    Exercise i have done in last 2 months are
    1 bench press (15kg)
    2 basic stretching
    3 Pec Dec (15 to 20 kg)
    4 dumbel (5 to 7.5 kg) for bicep
    5 dumbel press (5to 7.5 kg) inclined and flat
    6 fly same weight as above inclined and flat.
    7 wings or lads 15 to 25 kg
    For last 1 month i have been doing abs workout also. Plank, abs machine etc.

  • I’m not going to lie, when i started my weight lose journey i did a lot cardio, running. every other day i would run a minimum of 3 miles. It helped me burned fat fast, also i would eat less, i would run after work so i would have a small meal before my runs because if i didnt ill feel like throwing up. It was like magic how i lose weight, but i wasnt happy lol. I didnt have muscle and i always loved weight lifting. Now that i have bad knees i dont run as much or even at all, yes ive gained weight but thats muscle. Im still trying to lose the fat, so im doing a calorie deficit with weightlifiting. its a slower process of losing fat, but at least im gaining muscle while slowly burning fat! and im happy!

  • Wow! I just found website NextLevelDiet and read their fitness tips and recipes. I can’t wait to get my diet and training plan from that site and transform my body. Summer body, here I come!

  • One is not better than the other. They’re equally important. However, gym rats who like to lift weights are more vocal about how their routine is superior when it’s all about balance. It’s OK. I get it. You have to get views and suscribers instead of telling the truth.

  • Good info but you gotta simplify and summarize your explanations man. No one cares about all the tiny details they just want to lose fat

  • But i am more sweaty on my cardio sessions of 30 mins rather than my weight training. Then what is actually much better i dont get it.

  • I went from 220 lbs to 185 using consistent LISS cardio. Plus my joints and bones will not be as damaged as if I would have done HIIT. Plus easier to get yourself to do it too.

  • I always had a question that are weights bad for long term,do they have side effects?
    Btw i love ur workouts ALOT love from india��������

  • After a very intense session of lifting weights i tried to take a drink from my water bottle and ended up spilling it all because i couldn’t control my arms lol.

  • Mixed together will be perfect �� prior to quarantine I only do Cardio, loose weight easily but body not tone up, during quarantine I followed your HIIT and abs session, definitely feel more muscles �� ( but weight build up bit �� but looks slimmer!) for real! Love ��

  • So how do I get rid of belly fat without harming my muscle gains? Knowing that I already do resistance training and cardio once a week. And if I change my diet and eat less carbs, won’t this harm my muscle growth?

  • when I do weightlifting instead of crossfit cardio, I feel like I sweat more. I would have to measure with my watch. Thank you for your video 😉

  • From my understanding, if you do cardio and weight lifting together, it is counter productive. Basically, cardio=mass loss while weight lifting = mass gain.

    So my problem is, I am trying to grow my glutes and have been working out with weights for like the last 3 months and I have seen some results. But I know cardio is good for your heart and overall health and although I am not fat, I would like to lose maybe 2 or 3 kilos to achieve a more slender & fit look.

    How should I implement my cardio? Should I leave 48h in between my weight lifting and cardio workouts? I’ve also heard HIIT has less of an impact on your mass gain compared to steady cardio.

    I would love any advice from anyone knowledgeable on this subject

  • This works, like if you hate cardio hit the weights I lost more weight in a quicker amount of time doing weights, another tip I can give you is to do low weights and more reps rather than heavy weights and low reps

  • Here is something very simple I did (it works for me). Starting 10th Nov 18 (32 days ago), I did following;

    1) Stopped all carbs and everything “white” (sugar, salt, rice etc).
    2) Reduced to two meals a day, with one meal only fruits.
    3) Got back to running. Ran total 216 km in these 32 days (burnt 15,000 KCal appx).
    4) Regulated my diet heavily. I watch everything I eat (trust me, its not difficult).
    5) My caloric requirement is 2,500 KCal / day.
    6) I consume on average 1,500 KCal / day. The shortfall hence is 1,000 KCal per day.
    7) I managed deficit of appx 30,000 KCal (total). This equals to appx 4 kgs.
    8) I only engage in Body Weight exercises (till now). My body fat % came down to 24% from 27% (in just one month). I plan to reduce further 6 kgs in next 2 months.

    I feel much better, am always full of energy and am more active. I am going to stick to this plan for next 6 months to get full results.

    Don’t listen to any fancy advises; what works for others might not work for you. Do what you are comfortable with and what you enjoy. One thing is certain, at the end of everything, Calorie consumed should be < Calorie Burnt. That's the only way to reduce weight (plus exercise to gain muscles and strength). All the best.

  • This is gonna sound like a smartass type comment, but that’s not my intention. With replacing all liquid intake to water, can I still have my cereal with milk or..?

  • Don’t go lifting heavy
    Lifting lighter weights but more reps will give you a lot more tone and muscle
    Lifting heavy and doing less reps will just gain muscle not losing the weight on the arms
    Also start to do more push ups they are great they stimulate more muscles on your body then any other exercise
    It’s a good starter and warm up in the gym

  • HIIT is a perfectly fine variation of Vo2 training. However, I does not make a training program alone. For weight loss, it is quite misleading to point to “fat burn per minute”, as you are comparing around 4 mins of work against 30 90 mins of work (depending on runners level). You will easily burn 800-1000 kcal on a steady state burn (assuming male around 75 kg) on a 60 min run, which dwarfs the amount of a HIIT session. Secondly, and perphaps most importantly, is the fact that if you only run HIIT sessions you are exposing yourself to a high injury risk. Every advanced runner does easy runs to strengthen the legs during low intensity, so he/she can handle the harder workouts. This is the best injury prevention there is, as it is sport specific.

    How a training program should look will of course depend on the goals and time available. For beginners, i would recommend two sessions a week, one easy and one harder (could be HIIT, tempo, 4 min VO2 intervals etc). For more advanced runners looking to do a race, a complete training plan is needed. You cannot run (decent) marathons with 10 min sessions as your foundation. My main advice would be to focus on consistency and slow but steady increase in volume and intensity. Stay injury free and performance will come!

  • I don’t like this video much when it comes to getting stronger and losing weight. If you want to get stronger, you should be doing 1-5 reps of heavy weight, if you want hypertrophy you should be doing 6-12 reps, and for Endurance you should be doing 13-20 reps. Also, for the best results you don’t want to rush through the workout. TUT or Time Under Tension is the best way to gain strength. You want the most effective workouts? Slow down. Complete the rep, hold it, and then continue that same way. Lifting weights isn’t supposed to be a rapid thing. Doing it rapidly may hurt you. Slow down and get the most out of your workouts

  • Lost 70lb by doing cardio/running. How did I manage to do that? I made a video explaining how to that and there are more to come. The cardio/running is the KING of sports. Whether is the basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball, handball, tennis, football or almost any sports. You name it. Even the pro bodybuilders do cardio. GUYS, do cardio on regular bases, it will improve your health, strength, endurance, condition AND OF COURSE YOU’LL LOSE FAT. Hard work pays off, so invest in yourself!!!

  • I think you should mix up your routine. I(try to if I’m not too sore) do high intensity interval training 3 days a week(usually Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), and I run on Tuesdays and Thursday’s to build up my stamina. But, my legs are really sore, so I try not to overdo it.

  • That was insane. I envy your stenght!! I’m still at the beginning of my workout journey and still need to take multiple small breaks otherwise I would faint ����

  • Well new research shows epoc doesmt even last more than 5hrs.Both of them work well just note that except you are doing hiit most calories from weight training comes from glycogen stored in muscles

  • i agree with you BUT dont forget,Human is a moving animal not a lifting animal, it is riddiciulus when you see people with great upper muschles and they cant run. DONT FORGET YOUR LEGS, and i am not talking how your legs look like i am talking about how usefull they are.. So if the only thing that is matter is how you look like ok, but try to think out of the box, what is more important to lift heayvy weights or to Run to have pace, Maybe all of them.

  • Hello. I have a question. Is it okay to fast while weight training to burn fat? If I’m fasting, I know I’ll burn fat but is it okay to lift weights when you’re not eating too much? Hoping for a kind response. I’m Miguel by the way from the Philippines.:)

  • I’m gonna send this to all my girlfriends… they’re all “I don’t wanna lift weights because I don’t wanna look like a man!!” I try to tell them to lift weights… this video explains it so clearly:) ��

  • I was about 94 kilograms I started a low calories diet and no cardio, i started lifting at home with only chest and biceps training day by day I lost 17 kilograms in 50 days but then I stopped losing weight right when my abs started to show and now after over 100 days of the same training a d dait I only added muscles with no fat lose
    Bottom line is you get to a point where cardio is necessary to burn fat

  • Great video! I recently posted one on cardio VS weights check it out and subscribe to my channel ������ https://youtu.be/amqc4rUaWGQ

  • Hey Chloe, I dont know if you made a gym workout routine program. But I dont know what I should do when I go to the gym. Can you please make a video. Please dont feel pressured:)
    Thank you <3 (like weights and cardio)

  • I have actually employed this unique guide for some days already and the final results are awesome. They offer me plenty of energy and also suppress my urge for food, but I don`t crash whenever they wear off which I love, and they also don`t cause me to feel jittery. I haven`t changed everything else I am doing and also have shed 7 pounds. Find a right weight is not easy, you can discover on Google. weight’s name is below.
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  • TLDR both are great. HIIT has a little better edge, but s long as you consistently do them either or is great considering which one are fun for you. Adherence is the overall long game.

  • HIIT has by far been a game changer for me. It’s fast, exhausting but you feel great afterwards and the results are surprising given how long you train for. My joints and back have stopped hurting and my figure looks way more toned. I’d recommend HIIT to anyone:)

  • Since I train hard in every calisthenics session (M-W-F), I’ll stick to LISS on my cardio sessions (T-Th).. I tried HIIT just last week and my legs were so sore the next day that I couldn’t do my pistol squats lol

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  • Short answer
    Both do but cardio burns more and should be done often if you are trying to loose weight and weighted with low cardio if you want to build muscle

  • If you are not a body builder just want to lose weight, I think cardio is actually better. For most people doesn’t enjoy similar routines, cardio includes DANCING which is way more fun than any kind of HIIT routines.

  • I like HIIT, becuse its time-saving, enjoyable, boosts my mood, makes me energized throughout the day. Although HIIT can give you fatigue, nausea and other more, but it is just a muscle soreness. Steady State Cardio, is for some people that cannot do HIIT, for me. HIIT is just an advanced version of cardio, and the steady state is the easy one or moderate.

  • Im just starting this exercise thing, im 13 years old, weigh 135 pounds, and im the category known as skinny fat. I want to shed weight and gain some muscle but im confused. I was considering doing hiit so I could lose fat fast and be more athletic, but people are saying beginners shouldn’t start off with that but instead steady state cardio. What should I do?
    do I put them together?

  • do weight trainng with less rest periods and then exercises like kettlebell swings or clean and press in an endurance style fashion for as many rounds as you can until you cant anymore, you can add sprints but thats not necessary though..thank me later.

  • In order to be comparable, you needed to do the HIIT at the same intensity as the lifting, so you needed to incline that treadmill to 10 deg. HIIT means you are at RPE 10, so waaaaaay higher than 140 BPM.

  • Kind of a weird conclusion, sure weight lifting is about the same when you don’t include the time resting and setting up but if you have an hour to spend in the gym you’re going to burn way more calories doing cardio than weight lifting.

  • Can’t burn 1000 calories in 20 minutes and you’re “intense” portions weren’t even full intensity
    Stop spreading bullshit to people who don’t know better

  • I’ll save you 6 mins

    The answer: HIIT is BETTER than slow state cardio 4:55
    It burns more calories
    Takes less time
    It has an afterburn effect

  • 1:49
    HIIT is better for VO2 max?

    Lol, jokes on you, marathon runners have a higher VO2 max then sprinters or weightlifters/bodybuilders!

  • Hey picturefit, have you read the paper on fat loss on a specific part of the body (by university of rome)? Jeff nippard talks about that video (the video is called something like “specific muscle fat loss”). The question i have is that after the results they recommended to do LISS so you can burn the fat that was released by the previous muscle exercises, but ny question is why LISS and not HIIT. You only need to burn the fat that is already releases so it doesnt get to the same place after being in the blood stream. Big fan

  • Indint think it’s possible to burn 1000 calories with this time of sprint..in 20 mints..
    I usually do same workout after my weight training..I burn 114 calories in 11 mints running..1.30 mints slow walk like 2.5 mph and 7 or 8mph 30 sec sprint..

  • HIIT is a perfectly fine variation of Vo2 training. However, I does not make a training program alone. For weight loss, it is quite misleading to point to “fat burn per minute”, as you are comparing around 4 mins of work against 30 90 mins of work (depending on runners level). You will easily burn 800-1000 kcal on a steady state burn (assuming male around 75 kg) on a 60 min run, which dwarfs the amount of a HIIT session. Secondly, and perphaps most importantly, is the fact that if you only run HIIT sessions you are exposing yourself to a high injury risk. Every advanced runner does easy runs to strengthen the legs during low intensity, so he/she can handle the harder workouts. This is the best injury prevention there is, as it is sport specific.

    How a training program should look will of course depend on the goals and time available. For beginners, i would recommend two sessions a week, one easy and one harder (could be HIIT, tempo, 4 min VO2 intervals etc). For more advanced runners looking to do a race, a complete training plan is needed. You cannot run (decent) marathons with 10 min sessions as your foundation. My main advice would be to focus on consistency and slow but steady increase in volume and intensity. Stay injury free and performance will come!

  • I LOVE YOU CHLOE AND YOUR WORKOUTS i was doing one of your intense ab workouts after my 2 week shred because online class just started so i need to workout my abs to maintain the muscles i have but then huhu i didnt expect that it gets even better than my after picture of the 2 weeks shred and it was really working for me even if its just for 10 mins. and its TOTALLY INTENSE LIKE MY ABS WE’RE REALLY BURNING
    thanks to you, your videos helped a lot to have my body goals specifically the 11 definition look (working for that) and I would never stop working out promises

  • Question: If I do 15-20 reps and give it my all, how long should I rest before my next set? And is the goal to do 15-20 reps again in the second set? What if I am too tired, what would you suggest I do?

  • Thank you Chloe for making this video! I was always so discouraged to find that I only burned 250-300 cals per workout session and always think that maybe my metabolism is not normal. But seeing you try it out yourself, I can see that I am burning em cals quite well! Thanks so much from the bottom of my heart, because of you I feel motivated to keep my workout schedule up!

  • HIIT great for athletic performance,running away faster, muscle fatigue..SSC great for endurance, real life application and mental toughness.

  • From what i’ve been told Cardio only burns calories, but hiit burns fat and it keeps burning for 24h after your workout but idk if it’s true

  • How many times i try i can’t lose weight even gaining some i am 60 kg planing to get to 50 or even less but it turn out 63 then 65 i tried HIIT try less diet still drink much water and sleep roughly 7 -9 hours but can’t lose any weight any help. Please

  • TLDR both are great. HIIT has a little better edge, but s long as you consistently do them either or is great considering which one are fun for you. Adherence is the overall long game.

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  • Hello, I need some advice.

    Currently I am 172 cms or 5 feet 7 1/2 inches tall and weigh at 96 kgs or 212 lbs.

    I want to gain an athletic body (as well as reduce fat content) which is both strong and has high stamina. So is it okay if do weight training and LISS on alternate days? I have a slipped/herniated disc so some forms of HIIT are not comfortable for me now.

  • I just go walk for a hour on my days off of lifting our ride my bike. Eating enough calories just to build muscle is already a pain in the ass and super expensive enough.

  • Ya exactly…Cardio is the best if you want to burn fat…and once you’ve burned all the fat in your body now you can start doing weight lifting to get muscles and abs e.t.c

  • Start off as mainly cardio and a bit of strength then slowly add more and more lifting, then slowly make it so it’s a good combo so they it’s 35% cardio then 65% strength

  • Cardio very much also depends on intensity, in a 45min run for me I burn 500+ with my pace and intensity(but also factor in that in a cc and track runner)

  • That’s crazy on the arch machine at planet fitness I burned 502 in 32 minutes, I was sweating so hard I didn’t take any breaks lol it was so worth it though I felt amped

  • Soon after I conducted my research on this diet weight which was suggested by a mate who also shed weight, I dropped around 9 pounds too. I actually do consider it aided boost that weight reduction as well as weight loss. I have observed at this moment that I am eating healthy and balanced. Find a right weight is not easy, you can research on Google. Weight program’s name is Bella Kaγozko
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  • OK but to be build more muscle you need to be at a caloric surplus meanwhile to burn fat you need to be at caloric deficit so there is a clear contradiction. Also to those who think you can do both weight training and then cardio good job, you just caused every newbie to spend 2 hours in the gym and 6 days in home cause they’ve literally destroyed themselves with that amount of effort. You can burn muscle and burn fat at the same time but it will take you a hell lot more time to acomplish both goals simultaneously not to mention that you’ll feel horrible most of the time and it will take a long time to see any visible effects of that type of training. My advice? Burn all the excess fat first and then start weight training you’ll save time, effort and you’ll suffer a lot less because, well let’s be frank, losing fat or gaining muscle makes you suffer! You need to dish out considerable amount of effort for a long time before you see any of it pay off both in health and in looks. If you’re working 9 to 5 jobs then it’s gonna make your already monotonous even more so. Pay off is that you get more female attention (speaking from a male prespective), a bit more action and people start to look at you more positively which can open some career paths.

  • What do you usually do at the gym? I’m a naturally skinny person but i have a fat belly and no butt ������ can you help me out please. I’m already following your hourglass workout challenge

  • I started watching your vids because my half cosson sorry was doing your workouts and encutege sorry me to do your workout. I love you your one of my favorite YouTubers

  • If I am fat now and have lots of extra pounds, should I first do cardio
    Burn some fat first and then turn to resistance training

    Or can I directly take on to do resistance training?

  • I LOVE YOU CHLOE AND YOUR WORKOUTS i was doing one of your intense ab workouts after my 2 week shred because online class just started so i need to workout my abs to maintain the muscles i have but then huhu i didnt expect that it gets even better than my after picture of the 2 weeks shred and it was really working for me even if its just for 10 mins. and its TOTALLY INTENSE LIKE MY ABS WE’RE REALLY BURNING
    thanks to you, your videos helped a lot to have my body goals specifically the 11 definition look (working for that) and I would never stop working out promises

  • Hello mam,
    My initial weight was 88kgs…i lost 17 kgs in 8 months..now i am 72 kgs..but from past 3 months i am not able to loose weight..pls suggest what kind of exercises to follow..

  • I used to be the biggest advocate of HIIT out there. But over the years I’ve come to realize that if you’re serious about strength training and fat loss, LISS wins for two reasons.

    1) It can be done in high volume on a daily basis because of how low impact it is. This means more total cals burned.

    2) It spares your CNS which doesn’t interfere with lifting and it promotes recovery.

    **What winds up happening in the long run with lifting and HIIT is you either have to eat more cals to recover from the workload which impedes fat loss. Or you eventually get over trained. You’re better off lifting with 110% intensity and offsetting it with lots of LISS.

  • both cardio & weight training are important, but the burning effect in cardio stops when you stop exercising (or maybe just a few hours after exercise) meanwhile weight training build your lean muscle which will burn your calorie even when you’re at rest.

  • Ma’am I want to loose 25 kgs I am daily walking 4 km and running 2km everyday and having a good diet! Can I loose that much weight by cardio?

  • Ok so I want to burn as much fat as possible, if i had to pick one out of hypertrophy training (Manageable weight 10/12 reps) and strength training (heavy weight 3/7 reps) which one is best for maximizing fat loss?
    In other words should I do hypertrophy or strength training? HELP

  • These videos make it too trivial about combining cardio and weight lifting, and order. I’ve experienced great fat losses and feeling great down the stretch by doing cardio first, then weight lifting. The order is less significant than being made and there’s a challenge to the body regardless of which you do first. MY preference was cardio first because I really wanted cardiovascular system warmed up before subjecting it to intense weights. I always felt immediately hitting weights (when unfit) could do more damage to the heart than training it with some aerobic exercise first. Either way, don’t be discouraged by which you do first, the combination will undoubtedly be more productive than just one or other…. both are pail in comparison though to a disciplined food regimen.

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  • Do both hand in hand, and you’ll eventually be able to reach to point where you can go high intensities for longer periods of time

  • Doubt you’ll see this late after you posted but if you wear your watch on the bottom of your wrist it will give you a more accurate reading because your pulse will be stronger there

  • As a trainer, I have to say that although you burned more calories during cardio, it’s the STRENGTH TRAINING that continues to burn calories even after you stop exercising. No more calories are burned after you stop cardio! And yes, cardio is good for you, but in the long run, it’s PROPER strength training that will prevent injuries and falling. Focusing on burning calories is just a small part of why one should work out. Being strong and having PROPER body movement patterns is what will add to your quality of life.

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  • you cannot possibly loose 1000 cal running on treadmill for 20 mins……it is impossible even if you have an intensely high metabolism…….if the human body could loose that much in 20 mins the person who lost it would more than likely end up in a coma due to insulin and hormone spikes. at the very least would end up having to be put on a drip and oxygen.
    at best you burned 150 cal and that is being generous.

  • I just have to say I’m so glad I found your channel. I just joined a gym almost 4 months ago and I’ve lost 10 pounds but still have another 35 or so to lose and then I want to gain some lean muscles. I have so many questions and I have been watching some of your videos today and pretty much every question I have is answered on your videos. For example I wanted to know about supplements, Cardio or weights first, how many days should I work out, cut or bulk first etc… you literally have a video on each one of these topics. Thank you so much! ❤️����������

  • I have seen great results from lifting weights, and now that I discovered your Hiit programs, I see results too. With weights I felt like my muscle was growing bigger, but with Hiit I felt like I was leaning up. So now I am going to combine your Hiit workouts with weights, I think the results can be amazing!

  • The intro is amazing. Makes me want to get up and workout like a Rocky movie. You should do just videos of you working out with some music to go with it like a motivational workout video for people to watch while they’re working out ��️‍♀️

  • Yeah have your heart rate sky rocket so you put as much strain as possible on your heart right? Cuz were all born with 2 hearts and the second one is there when the first one fails. Dont listen to this guy, if ur at the gym for the long run and wanna still be there in ur 50s and 60s (not just in your teens) then take your time and stay consistent with your training. Most importantly, never put excess strain on your heart cuz you only get 1 heart. And cases of bodybuilders dying from heart attacks are extremely common exactly for this reason. They strain their hearts too much.

  • Excuse me, can u do a video about AEROBIC & ANAEROBIC exercises, how 2 incorporate them according to sepecific rep ranges, include the both, their effect on strength, power, endurance, muscularity, definition, symmetry, flexibility & over all athleticism
    ” A clear study about the aerobic & anaerobic exercises “

  • I lost 25lbs doing weight training and 10 min max of cardio. Gym 5x a week and a non strict diet. I just make sure I’m at a caloric deficit and hit my protein intake. The most chill weight loss experience. Most importantly I’m not starving myself and torturing myself by constantly obsessing over eating the healthiest of foods. Remember it’s a long term commitment so making your weight loss journey pleasurable is extremely important to your success.

  • in my personal experience weights all the way. Weightlifting helped with fat loss and improved my physique so much and doing HIIT for years didn’t do that. a HIIT session may burn more calories during the actual session but then the fat loss stops but when you build muscle thru weights your muscles continue the fat burn for literally hours afterward. Also, in all honesty chloe ting has incredible muscle mass (and that’s what allows her to eat so much which is AWESOME) as you can see from dexa scans she has shown on her channel. Because people are always asking for at home workouts, that’s what she publishes a lot of, but it’s not really at all what has given her her physique. if you watch natacha ocean’s video ” 1 hr calorie blast challenge” you’ll see she really goes into the science of it too

  • 1. Running on a treadmill is easier than outdoors. Interval training is unsuitable for this test, because the intensity is not maintained over a long period of time. Not sprinting, but running faster than a jogger for 30 minutes without a break.

    2. A watch cannot measure your burned calories. Everyone has a different metabolism and burns calories differently. This watch measures the same for all people.

    3. It depends not only on how many calories are burned, but also which ones. Fat during cardio or carbohydrates during weight training. Weights cannot burn fat. Body fat only burns when oxygen is the primary source of energy and not glycogen when training with weights.

    This test cannot serve as evidence.

  • Since I started doing weights I lost a lot of fat, got more defined, toned. I like cardio but with a healthy eating for me the weights are enough. I dont like to be thin(my preference)…

  • Sorry, I hear you talking about your heart rate being the reason of the amount of calories burned, please know each person has a target heart rate for weight loss for example I can lose more fat at 130 bpm rather than on 170 or even 200 bpm

  • Don’t like HIIT. I was always mentally exhausted by pushing myself so hard. I can listen to a podcast while jogging, felt good and accomplished afterwards. Of course outdoor activities are still the best.

  • Didnt look like he used the incline on the treadmill which can add to the intensity and heartrate. But treadmill and other forms of running, cycling, and similar cardio is good for a warmup.

  • I think you should mix up your routine. I(try to if I’m not too sore) do high intensity interval training 3 days a week(usually Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), and I run on Tuesdays and Thursday’s to build up my stamina. But, my legs are really sore, so I try not to overdo it.

  • I don’t why I am replying to video made two years ago. Maybe I like ranting to myself. Unlike your other awesome videos, the conclusions here shouldn’t be taken seriously. Trying to compare interval training with weight training in terms of cardio absurd. This video seems to imply that the laws of thermodynamics can somehow be beaten. Extended interrupted low intensity cardio (.i.e. running and cycling) will always burn more energy than weight training simply because the body is moving as a complete unit. On the other hand, interval training, which involves stopping and starting, will obviously not burn energy consistently as the heart rate is merely being elevated but that does not equate to energy expenditure. That is why HIT as it is promoted by most fitness professionals today is a scam.

  • You need them both but i personally find i lose more fat with cardio, weights give you that good shape underneath and cardio helps to reveal it. That being said diet is everything

  • both cardio & weight training are important, but the burning effect in cardio stops when you stop exercising (or maybe just a few hours after exercise) meanwhile weight training build your lean muscle which will burn your calorie even when you’re at rest.

  • Good info but you gotta simplify and summarize your explanations man. No one cares about all the tiny details they just want to lose fat

  • Always do both. What is the use of a mascular and strong physique if you can get tired easily when you run or walk a mile and vice versa. The key to optimum health is to be balance

  • Kind of a weird conclusion, sure weight lifting is about the same when you don’t include the time resting and setting up but if you have an hour to spend in the gym you’re going to burn way more calories doing cardio than weight lifting.

  • I don’t agree with his conclusion. He could have easily increased his average heart rate on the treadmill to 150 and made it steady by increasing the incline if he wasn’t already tired from the weight lifting. I do 30 minute regularly at 150 beats and it’s very easy. Also you can do cardio every day if you wanted to unlike weights. Nothing against weights I do them regularly too. But can’t beat cardio for burning calories

  • It doesn’t burn 1000 calories,please stop misleading people, u need this workout and multiply it 3 times then you get near 1000 cal

  • I love all your videos and this is an interesting experiment for sure. But Heart rate is entirely separate from calories burned. Heart rate monitors are way off when tracking calories. heart rate can vary from caffeine, temperature, hydration and other factors. calories burned can only be measured by the actual work being done, weight and distance traveled. Even the hardest weight session won’t burn more than 4-500 calories, you’re moving weights only relatively small distances and rep ranges. Cardio, moving your body weight sometimes several miles will always burn significantly more calories. Think about a 200 lbs man walking 4 miles vs benching 200lbs for 5 sets and take into account the overall weight being moved over the distance. There is just no way it’s possible for lifting to burn as many calories as a cardio session.

  • How many calories you burn during a activity is not based on the heart rate. It is more about how much weight you move a given distance or how far a distance you move a given weight. So if your cardiovascular system is good, say you are a elite runner. You will be able to burn more calories in a certain time while running because your fitness allows you tu run faster. This guy is probably a lot better at weightlifting then he is at running an therefore he can burn more calories in the gym.

  • Well i need cardio especially Fighting movement not to lose IT you know what i mean cause i am a Warrior So i keep IT half half calories Are good Aš much you burn them

  • Strength vs Cardio… i prefer the the first one. In my opinion, being strong is more practical, unless your job requires you to run for a long time.

  • Hiit is a funny thing, because many people dont actually do hiit when they think they are. When i was at uni my friend told me his hiit program was running 15km/hr on the treadmill for 1 minute followed by a 30 sec recovery walk. I chuckled hard when i told him 15km/hr is my steady state pace on the treadmill for one hour lol

  • So does he normally do circuit style weight lifting plus the cardio session at the end? I gotta keep my workouts to an hour because of a hectic work and family schedule and I can’t really do both unless I start cutting into my sleep which i’d rather not do.

  • This is not even something people are curious about. This is just wrong. Calories burned does not even come close to cardio compared with weightlifting. The treadmill calories burned is the worst way to get an accurate measure. If you want to know an amateur will not burn more than 300 Kcal on their heaviest leg day. They can easily burn much more than that by running for an hour. The main focus of any weightlifting session is to build muscle and cardio along with diet is for creating a deficit. Both are important because in the long run, building muscles overtime will increase your metabolism so you can afford to have more calories!

  • What? There is no way this is true. Unless you are walking more than you running during cardio then it probably true. Also, the most important key to loss weight is how the way you eating. It doesn’t matter what kind of exercise you do if you eat like a madman than there is no way you gonna lose weight.

  • I think this is actually very interesting test because i coach Greg Douchette in one of his videos is saying that with the with weightlifting in the gym you only burn something between 150-300 calories and he suggested

  • doing a combo of cardio and weight lifting along with a HIIT workout once a week (my diet was in check) i lost 70 pounds in about 9 months

  • Thank you for that bit of information, I’ve always wanted to know the answer to that question and I now finally know it. I will continue doing cardio but weight lifting is my goal. Maybe do an hour of cardio and weight training sessions could be later on in day….yeah that’s sounds cool

  • well… you can’t burn the same amount with strenght training… (at least if you base calculations on HR).
    during exercice (like biking or running) you can keep >80%mHR for 3h, or >85-90%mHR for >30 minutes, and it won’t happen during weightlifting

  • In my own experience coming from 386lbs down to 210 (6’2″) and keeping it off for 6 years now; a good balance of both is best. I enjoy a good lift session and being able to go out any given day and run 10-15 miles if I want. I have asthma and hardly ever need to use am inhaler anymore which I attribute to improved cardio health from running.

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  • Dude if you do HIIT on a treadmill correctly you should be maxed out on your heart rate in no time man. And keeping it up long a syou can you turn into a calorie incinerator.

  • Thank you for this! I have been beating myself up over no cardio for the past two months but I do antagonistic supersets and I don’t want any time away from the weights to do cardio and I am so happy you posted this video

  • How do the weights win, if you only did cardio for 20 minutes but you lifted the weights for 44 minutes?!! Basically you spend 2x the time on weights, therefore the weights lost, fool! Get your facts right!

  • Your heart rate should be alot higher than that. For cardio you should have kept your heart rate above 160 maintained for 30 min. A 30 min run is not out of the ordinary.

  • Well if you didn’t stop running every 30 seconds you would of burnt much more calories. 230 lb dude would burn around 770 calories at a 9 minute pace.

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  • What people don’t realize is that cardio is done without even thinking or forcing yourself to do it? What do I mean…. walking between workout machines is your cardio right there unless you physically fly to the weight machine lol.

  • Excuse me, can u do a video about AEROBIC & ANAEROBIC exercises, how 2 incorporate them according to sepecific rep ranges, include the both, their effect on strength, power, endurance, muscularity, definition, symmetry, flexibility & over all athleticism
    ” A clear study about the aerobic & anaerobic exercises “

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  • How many calories you burn during a activity is not based on the heart rate. It is more about how much weight you move a given distance or how far a distance you move a given weight. So if your cardiovascular system is good, say you are a elite runner. You will be able to burn more calories in a certain time while running because your fitness allows you tu run faster. This guy is probably a lot better at weightlifting then he is at running an therefore he can burn more calories in the gym.

  • I was about 94 kilograms I started a low calories diet and no cardio, i started lifting at home with only chest and biceps training day by day I lost 17 kilograms in 50 days but then I stopped losing weight right when my abs started to show and now after over 100 days of the same training a d dait I only added muscles with no fat lose
    Bottom line is you get to a point where cardio is necessary to burn fat

  • doing a combo of cardio and weight lifting along with a HIIT workout once a week (my diet was in check) i lost 70 pounds in about 9 months

  • I did both and lost weight efficiently, but lately I am starting to hate running due to breathing problems and at the same time I am very drawn to weightlifting. Would it not hurt if I weight lift more than cardio to keep the weight loss?

  • I guess none of you are physicists. Or else you would just do a calculation on the amount of work needed to complete each of the task. I bet you guys also think that a 5k run would burn more calories than a 5k walk because of the increased heart rate or something.

  • I do cardio, stretches, weights, and I am working on balance exercise. It is working. I weigh 143. I did weigh 183. My goal is 120. I am trying to reverse my diabetes.

  • Yeah have your heart rate sky rocket so you put as much strain as possible on your heart right? Cuz were all born with 2 hearts and the second one is there when the first one fails. Dont listen to this guy, if ur at the gym for the long run and wanna still be there in ur 50s and 60s (not just in your teens) then take your time and stay consistent with your training. Most importantly, never put excess strain on your heart cuz you only get 1 heart. And cases of bodybuilders dying from heart attacks are extremely common exactly for this reason. They strain their hearts too much.

  • Start off as mainly cardio and a bit of strength then slowly add more and more lifting, then slowly make it so it’s a good combo so they it’s 35% cardio then 65% strength

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  • i think Cardio burns WAYY more calories than weightlifting. you have alot of good videos that have helped me and i use your dumbbell exercises myself. but this one i had to disagree with. first of all i don’t know how accurate the watch is how it’s calculating how much weight you’re lifting? i understand it could tell your motions/movement but strain/pressure i dont know how it can do that? and second you weren’t even going on incline on the treadmill dude. incline burns double the calories as you would going straight and you don’t even need to run on an incline you can walk and burn as much calories like 3mph for example.

  • 1. Running on a treadmill is easier than outdoors. Interval training is unsuitable for this test, because the intensity is not maintained over a long period of time. Not sprinting, but running faster than a jogger for 30 minutes without a break.

    2. A watch cannot measure your burned calories. Everyone has a different metabolism and burns calories differently. This watch measures the same for all people.

    3. It depends not only on how many calories are burned, but also which ones. Fat during cardio or carbohydrates during weight training. Weights cannot burn fat. Body fat only burns when oxygen is the primary source of energy and not glycogen when training with weights.

    This test cannot serve as evidence.

  • Lifting definitely. Once I started training with a barbell and focusing on increasing my strength… The fat melted off. I lost 160 lbs, and basically only did cardio to break through plateaus.

  • hey if I take a good amount of healthy carbs and stay within my calorie limit will I lose weight I actually love fruits roti sabzi oats etc and hate protein like chicken breast however I do eat a min of 100 g of protein but carbs (no junk) goes up to 250 g

    ps I workout as well

  • do weight trainng with less rest periods and then exercises like kettlebell swings or clean and press in an endurance style fashion for as many rounds as you can until you cant anymore, you can add sprints but thats not necessary though..thank me later.

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  • I like to do cardio and then to lower my heart rate do low intensity weight lifting. A mix of the two for 30 minutes makes a great workout

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  • I’ll save you 6 mins

    The answer: HIIT is BETTER than slow state cardio 4:55
    It burns more calories
    Takes less time
    It has an afterburn effect

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  • Combine both in a workout like cross trainers. Just do all the workout to a high intensity to keep your heart rate up, and just eat sensibly.

  • Your heart rate should be alot higher than that. For cardio you should have kept your heart rate above 160 maintained for 30 min. A 30 min run is not out of the ordinary.

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  • This is for all the people in the comments saying “its impossible to burn 1000 calories in 20 minutes, she’s lying” or “she is spreading misinformation (implying that she claims this workout burns 1000 cals in 20 min)”.

    I’m not an expert in sports medicine, physiology or dietetics, &c. but just using my common sense I don’t see what lies y’all self-proclaimed experts in the comment section are talking about that she’s spreading. She clearly states several times in the video (hence we can tell who can read and who can’t) that the HIIT workout doesn’t burn 1000 calories in 20 minutes. No, she doesn’t imply that in the title either so stop saying it’s clickbait. Ya’ll just can’t read. The title isn’t even a complete sentence. The first part is just 6 words “easiest way to burn 1000 calories” and you can interpret that however you want. Notice that the title is NOT “easiest way to burn 1000 calories in 20 minutes” but I swear some of y’all can’t read because that’s what y’all acting like it says.

    IDK if this burns 1000 calories. IDK if it burns 1000 cals in 20 mins, in 1 hour, in several hours, or at all even. The fact that there’s uncertainty there doesn’t give me sufficient evidence to create an assertion that it does/doesn’t. Also, watching someone’s stupid YouTube video doesn’t give me that evidence either unless the video is from a doctor specializing in sports medicine, physiology, dietetics, &c., reviewing a scientifically valid experiment that they just performed. No, an allopathic or osteopathic doctor (AKA an MD) isn’t qualified to answer this question so stop talking about ya’ll’s MDs in the comments.

    People think just because they’ve worked out before or ever lost weight that they are now the experts, that their way is the only correct way, and that they have to go around baselessly shaming people without even providing evidence. SMH.

  • From what i’ve been told Cardio only burns calories, but hiit burns fat and it keeps burning for 24h after your workout but idk if it’s true

  • Ultimately, go for conditioning, whatever it takes you to get there. If you have muscle mass but you can’t even do 1 pull-up then you are a cripple. Look at pro bodybuilders who gasp for air during interview, because their muscle weight is too much for their cardiovascular system. Compared to my teenage years, I gained a lot of muscle weight in my 30s, and I was getting compliments from people, but I couldn’t even do I pull-up unless it was assisted. When I was a teen I could climb the tallest tree in 5 seconds and hang on the tree like a monkey all day because my level of conditioning was so high compared to my body weight. Muscle gain can make you a cripple just like fat gain. If you want to be a muscle monster then become a muscle monster, but a conditioned, agile guy who can do 30 unassisted pull-ups or run a marathon, or climb a rock wall will beat you every time in fitness. He will live to be 85 and you will live to be 45. He will be less likely to develop diabetes, cardiovascular disease or cancer. The only thing you can beat him in is lifting heavy plates. But the ability to lift heavy plates is not the solution if your cardiovascular system is de-conditioned, as evidenced by so many bodybuilders dying from heart attacks. Pro bodybuilders love to talk about conditioning. Conditioning, conditioning, conditioning. It’s one of their favorite phrases. Well if you are dead from a heart attack at 45 then your conditioning sucks even if you are Mr. Olympia winner.

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  • I do cardio, stretches, weights, and I am working on balance exercise. It is working. I weigh 143. I did weigh 183. My goal is 120. I am trying to reverse my diabetes.

  • These videos make it too trivial about combining cardio and weight lifting, and order. I’ve experienced great fat losses and feeling great down the stretch by doing cardio first, then weight lifting. The order is less significant than being made and there’s a challenge to the body regardless of which you do first. MY preference was cardio first because I really wanted cardiovascular system warmed up before subjecting it to intense weights. I always felt immediately hitting weights (when unfit) could do more damage to the heart than training it with some aerobic exercise first. Either way, don’t be discouraged by which you do first, the combination will undoubtedly be more productive than just one or other…. both are pail in comparison though to a disciplined food regimen.

  • Calories…
    1 hr cardio 500 approx
    25 reps of 100kg deadlift 700 approx

    Think for yourself. There’s a reason why strongmen eat so so much food. Bcz strength training burns calories like a furnace.

  • Hiit or cardio, which one is better? I would say both. But to summarize the opinions of other people would you rather take progressive (cardio) or faster (hiit) for physical needs? The two of the training methods needs to be real for you.

  • I went from 220 lbs to 185 using consistent LISS cardio. Plus my joints and bones will not be as damaged as if I would have done HIIT. Plus easier to get yourself to do it too.

  • I apologize for the stupidity of my question, I am hoping someone who is more advanced than I can help out.
    I workout 7 days a week (Sunday I do stretching and a light upper body band routine)
    I also walk 4 to 7 miles daily.
    Here is my current routine
    Monday Legs (usually an hour and a half)
    Tuesday Cardio (over an hour long, I switch between high intensity and low intensity weekly)
    Wednesday Upper Body (usually an hour and a half)
    Thursday Cardio (over an hour long)
    Friday Legs (usually an hour and a half)
    Saturday Kickboxing (1.25 hours)
    Sunday Stretching and light upper body band work
    I alternate between using BFR bands and just lifting as heavy as I can on weight training days. I got a boxers fracture on my right hand Christmas Eve so I have not been able to lift as heavy as I would have liked to I have been using the BFR bands for the last 8 weeks and a 12# weighted vest
    I am not building any muscle no matter how much I lift or how many reps or how much I burn. I am pretty skinny at this point 5’8″ 110# 41 years old

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  • 20 seconds in I knew this would be a rambling, circuitous diatribe from someone who loves to hear themselves speak. Scrolled through to the comments to find that this was, indeed, the resounding narrative. Commentators summarized video in <20 words. Made this comment. Leaving now.

  • I’m missing my gym sooo much I’m watching the lovely Natacha at the gym as my own form of gym porn
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  • I’ve been doing cardio and dieting for two weeks and I still have the same fucking weight. This is so frustrating idk what’s the fucking problem. I get disappointed every morning when I step on that scale and check my weight

  • I literally run over 100 miles a week sometimes as I’m a distance runner. Its honestly not the best at burning fat…. I mean I’m not fat…. but still…. its not the best at getting trim and a good body composition. You have to do so much of it… so much that your body cannot even take it.. things break and you have to rest up. Theoretically on paper it should work… but it just doesn’t completely. Whereas lifting weights on a very regular basis… that works. Cardio is so important though…. its important to have a good respiratory engine… never scrimp on cardio.

    Lifting weights changes body composition so you’re burning cals all the time. All I found I have to do is have a few dumbbells handy…. that’s all it takes…. lift to exercise a range of muscles and that’s it. Makes a huge difference and its easy. HIIT cardio would be best to gain weight loss… but if you want a serious cardio engine, then there’s no way around the need for long long duration steady state cardio as part of a range of training… its how running science works…. you need your 80% long duration steady state… then your 20% high output stuff.

  • HIIT has by far been a game changer for me. It’s fast, exhausting but you feel great afterwards and the results are surprising given how long you train for. My joints and back have stopped hurting and my figure looks way more toned. I’d recommend HIIT to anyone:)

  • Don’t make the mistake of taking sides and choosing one or the other. Instead, do both within your capabilities. Cardio one week, hiit the next, etc.

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  • Do both hand in hand, and you’ll eventually be able to reach to point where you can go high intensities for longer periods of time

  • Can someone please explain this to me, if your training for strength doesn’t that mean high intensity with lower reps but he’s asking to do 15-20 reps

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  • 35% more energy burnt during rest is not much, as one can double the time ot triple time of cadio.Therefore cadio must burn more energy than strengh trainning.

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  • I literally run over 100 miles a week sometimes as I’m a distance runner. Its honestly not the best at burning fat…. I mean I’m not fat…. but still…. its not the best at getting trim and a good body composition. You have to do so much of it… so much that your body cannot even take it.. things break and you have to rest up. Theoretically on paper it should work… but it just doesn’t completely. Whereas lifting weights on a very regular basis… that works. Cardio is so important though…. its important to have a good respiratory engine… never scrimp on cardio.

    Lifting weights changes body composition so you’re burning cals all the time. All I found I have to do is have a few dumbbells handy…. that’s all it takes…. lift to exercise a range of muscles and that’s it. Makes a huge difference and its easy. HIIT cardio would be best to gain weight loss… but if you want a serious cardio engine, then there’s no way around the need for long long duration steady state cardio as part of a range of training… its how running science works…. you need your 80% long duration steady state… then your 20% high output stuff.

  • Something to remember when trying to lose weight is this common expression in the health industry:

    “You can’t exercise your way out of poor nutrition”

  • One is not better than the other. They’re equally important. However, gym rats who like to lift weights are more vocal about how their routine is superior when it’s all about balance. It’s OK. I get it. You have to get views and suscribers instead of telling the truth.

  • Dude if you do HIIT on a treadmill correctly you should be maxed out on your heart rate in no time man. And keeping it up long a syou can you turn into a calorie incinerator.

  • But i am more sweaty on my cardio sessions of 30 mins rather than my weight training. Then what is actually much better i dont get it.

  • Ok so I want to burn as much fat as possible, if i had to pick one out of hypertrophy training (Manageable weight 10/12 reps) and strength training (heavy weight 3/7 reps) which one is best for maximizing fat loss?
    In other words should I do hypertrophy or strength training? HELP

  • Doubt this would burn anywhere close to 1000 calories in this time limit. Which is why I do it for a longer period multiple times throughout the day. With only a minute of rest rather than 90 seconds. Though I only have a stepping machine. No room for a treadmill here and I can’t afford the gym right now.

  • when I do weightlifting instead of crossfit cardio, I feel like I sweat more. I would have to measure with my watch. Thank you for your video 😉

  • i used to do only cardio and didn’t get any results. I swtched to weights and lost over 30lbs in 6 wks. weight training is also a lot funner i tend to keep t weight training longer than cardio

  • Personally, I find HIIT recovery time is much faster than cardio. If I do some sprints, I’m beat for 20 minutes and then I feel great. But if I do 40 mins cardio, I feel like I’m falling apart for the rest of the day.

  • I just seen this video, I been doing steppes, treadmill, and cycle for 90 mins together burning about 900 cals, and right after I do my weights, about another 90 mins. Btw, good work Natacha

  • I lost 25lbs doing weight training and 10 min max of cardio. Gym 5x a week and a non strict diet. I just make sure I’m at a caloric deficit and hit my protein intake. The most chill weight loss experience. Most importantly I’m not starving myself and torturing myself by constantly obsessing over eating the healthiest of foods. Remember it’s a long term commitment so making your weight loss journey pleasurable is extremely important to your success.

  • This works, like if you hate cardio hit the weights I lost more weight in a quicker amount of time doing weights, another tip I can give you is to do low weights and more reps rather than heavy weights and low reps

  • 40 minutes on a treadmill / 502 calories burned is 12.55 calories/min. The screen said 13 calories/minute. Whatever. The weights was 44 minutes / 559 calories burned is 13.97 calories/min. Why did it report 3 calories / minute on the screen? Looks like no difference? Let’s take a look… Assuming a 1.5 calories/min difference, and assuming it takes 3500 calories to burn a pound of fat, that’s a… 279 minutes of treadmill or 250 minutes weightlifting. 4 to 4.7 hours. The difference does add up.

  • This is gonna sound like a smartass type comment, but that’s not my intention. With replacing all liquid intake to water, can I still have my cereal with milk or..?

  • Don’t go lifting heavy
    Lifting lighter weights but more reps will give you a lot more tone and muscle
    Lifting heavy and doing less reps will just gain muscle not losing the weight on the arms
    Also start to do more push ups they are great they stimulate more muscles on your body then any other exercise
    It’s a good starter and warm up in the gym

  • I’ve always loved these types of tests, maybe just professional deformation but I confess that I’m sincerely curious. I just immagine what this video would have been with your heart sound recorded

  • This workout will not result in burning 1000 calories. Anybody with an education in this will tell you that. The only way you will burn 1000 calories is being active after this workout. Do not listen to misinformation. I’ve seen people saying they did the workout, then ate loads because they thought they had just burned all them calories, and they end up gaining weight. Or they eat extra in the evening because they think they’ve burned 1000 calories. It isn’t possible. This workout alone will not result in burning 1000 calories.

  • Lost 70lb by doing cardio/running. How did I manage to do that? I made a video explaining how to that and there are more to come. The cardio/running is the KING of sports. Whether is the basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball, handball, tennis, football or almost any sports. You name it. Even the pro bodybuilders do cardio. GUYS, do cardio on regular bases, it will improve your health, strength, endurance, condition AND OF COURSE YOU’LL LOSE FAT. Hard work pays off, so invest in yourself!!!

  • I did a 20-minute HIIT yesterday (8 total sprint intervals)
    3-minute warmup @2.5mph and 3% incline
    Started HIIT:
    8.5mph for 30 seconds
    2.5mph for 90 seconds
    X8

    3-minute cool-down @2.5mph and 3% incline
    Total burned calories: 160
    So……did I fuck up?

  • I have been going to gym for last 2 months for reducing belly fat ( i am not that fat just 80kg and 6 ft tall ) But i wanted a stronger body. I recorded my belly size (40 inches) and weight 2 months back. Now my belly is 39 inches and my weight is still 80 kg which made me worry but i realized that my biceps and chest grew a little bigger which was really a satisfactory thing for me. But still my belly is big.
    Exercise i have done in last 2 months are
    1 bench press (15kg)
    2 basic stretching
    3 Pec Dec (15 to 20 kg)
    4 dumbel (5 to 7.5 kg) for bicep
    5 dumbel press (5to 7.5 kg) inclined and flat
    6 fly same weight as above inclined and flat.
    7 wings or lads 15 to 25 kg
    For last 1 month i have been doing abs workout also. Plank, abs machine etc.

  • Well new research shows epoc doesmt even last more than 5hrs.Both of them work well just note that except you are doing hiit most calories from weight training comes from glycogen stored in muscles

  • i agree with you BUT dont forget,Human is a moving animal not a lifting animal, it is riddiciulus when you see people with great upper muschles and they cant run. DONT FORGET YOUR LEGS, and i am not talking how your legs look like i am talking about how usefull they are.. So if the only thing that is matter is how you look like ok, but try to think out of the box, what is more important to lift heayvy weights or to Run to have pace, Maybe all of them.

  • Hello. I have a question. Is it okay to fast while weight training to burn fat? If I’m fasting, I know I’ll burn fat but is it okay to lift weights when you’re not eating too much? Hoping for a kind response. I’m Miguel by the way from the Philippines.:)

  • This video is crap. Absolute crap. Weights does not burn calories like what this describes. Cardio does burn more calories than weights. Weights is for building muscle. Cardio is for heart strength and fat burn. There are no in between with this. This whole video is garbage. It’s fake bs like this is what confuses people. Thumbs down as this video is a lie. Following these guide lines will keep you fat.

  • hey if I take a good amount of healthy carbs and stay within my calorie limit will I lose weight I actually love fruits roti sabzi oats etc and hate protein like chicken breast however I do eat a min of 100 g of protein but carbs (no junk) goes up to 250 g

    ps I workout as well

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  • For thoes who don’t understand why she wrote 1000 calories read the info under the video.
    At the workout you burn 200_300 calories. However since it’s a hiit workout during the day you continue to burn calories even if you’re resting and that’s how you burn 1000 calories. She wrote the explanation under the video about why it keeps burning calories after you finish the workout. So yeah give it a try!:)

  • I think it’s best to do a mix of both. Although I know so many guys who only do weights and avoid cardio, and women who just do cardio….

  • Bruh. I want all the big youtube fitness channels to come together and discuss all the fat burning stuff, how excersises should be done, which is suitable for fat burning and muscle building and upload a common video without contradicting each other ������. Im done

  • 1. This is not HIIT, 9mph is basically jogging at a higher speed. 2. I think you’re confusing KJ with KCAL, if this burns 1000cals I’m burning 5000 everyday. I run an hour everyday at 10mph speed, guess how much calories I burn? 840. 3. Stop with the afterburn BS. 4. People like you are toxic it disgusted me to see videos like this in my recommendation.

  • I eat well and do strength tanning everyday and I mean I’m not looking to be a size 2 I just wanna be stronger and be healthier and I’m honestly feeling super good and I eat well but also don’t deprive myslef!

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  • Love it, people are going to think they can burn 1000 calories from this and then compensate by eating more and gaining weight because they only actually burned 100.

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  • In my own experience coming from 386lbs down to 210 (6’2″) and keeping it off for 6 years now; a good balance of both is best. I enjoy a good lift session and being able to go out any given day and run 10-15 miles if I want. I have asthma and hardly ever need to use am inhaler anymore which I attribute to improved cardio health from running.

  • I find doing cardio is easier for me to stick with regularly than weight lifting. Weight lifting always felt like a pain in the butt / boring

  • I feel like the results would be different if we compared an elite runner or cyclist against an elite weight training athlete such as yourself

  • Thank you Chloe for making this video! I was always so discouraged to find that I only burned 250-300 cals per workout session and always think that maybe my metabolism is not normal. But seeing you try it out yourself, I can see that I am burning em cals quite well! Thanks so much from the bottom of my heart, because of you I feel motivated to keep my workout schedule up!

  • No sabes hacer bien los ejercicios, la prensa super mal hecha no manches parece que te quieres romper una pierna asi no se usa ese pedo y el peso muerto necesitas hacerlo hasta abajo para que se estire el femoral asi como lo haces solo te dolera la espalda

  • 35% more energy burnt during rest is not much, as one can double the time ot triple time of cadio.Therefore cadio must burn more energy than strengh trainning.

  • Ok for those who started watching and waiting for the POINT…if you want to lose fat…eat less..nuff said.. now to the exercise. anybody with no injuries can do this and it works and to make a point from the video..it doesn’t take a long time in the gym. He was absolutely correct. Do some weights before cardio..so what i suggest..do 100 pushups 10 X 10 or 20 X 5 doesn’t matter. In between do curls like a set of 10 or 12 whatever you can handle. When finished jump (sit) on a rowing machine. Most good gyms have the Concept 2 which is the best in the world. Do 5000 or 6000 meters. You get your cardio for sure and also strength training. rowing works 85% of your muscles. Before you start rowing make sure you know how to row correctly to avoid injuries. This all can be done in an hour to an hour and 15 min. Best workout you can do for the benefits and time. and remember I said the ROWING MACHINE not the treadmill or elliptical or bike.I doubt you will ever find a line waiting to use the rower. Remember the rower gives you strength plus cardio at the same time.

  • I honestly don’t care how may calories this workout burns. I did it today and loved it! (7.3 speed,.5 1 incline) Working out on the treadmill with a mask is super difficult. The 90 sec rest helps alot. Can’t wait to do this again.

  • I don’t why I am replying to video made two years ago. Maybe I like ranting to myself. Unlike your other awesome videos, the conclusions here shouldn’t be taken seriously. Trying to compare interval training with weight training in terms of cardio absurd. This video seems to imply that the laws of thermodynamics can somehow be beaten. Extended interrupted low intensity cardio (.i.e. running and cycling) will always burn more energy than weight training simply because the body is moving as a complete unit. On the other hand, interval training, which involves stopping and starting, will obviously not burn energy consistently as the heart rate is merely being elevated but that does not equate to energy expenditure. That is why HIT as it is promoted by most fitness professionals today is a scam.

  • I almost spend 45 mins on treadmill everyday burning up 300-310 calories mixed with walking and running and no rest then how is it possible to burn 1000 in 20 mins.??

  • Please don’t delete this fuck Coach Greg this helped me lose 30 pounds once and I’m getting back on track to use it again to do the same

  • Great video! I recently posted one on cardio VS weights check it out and subscribe to my channel ������ https://youtu.be/amqc4rUaWGQ

  • After running a mile for 172 days in a row now, this is pretty easy but I am only half way at the time of me writing this, we’ll see

  • This is stupid. Yes for most people weightlifting is easier. U should do Both. But in terms of simply what burns more fat, it’s fricking steady state cardio.

  • I’ve been doing treadmill workouts for years. I followed every step to the t. Got maybe 300 to 400 calories. There must of been a typo.

  • Errrr no. The most a person can burn literally is 10 calories per minute. Maybe 11.
    This is false advertising ��
    Beautiful to watch though!

  • Well I guess it’s overall an effective way at speeding your metabolism and thereby burning more calories than otherwise… I’d be happy if i burned 400/500 in a total session!

  • Never do high intensity running on a treadmill! It just sucks! You wont reach 100% intensity and going from 0 m/hour to 9 is very risky to hurt yourself. HIIT running is perfect but don’t do it on machines. Do it outside.

  • It might not burn 1000 calories but the sweating after the work out says how effective the work out is..I have not lost any weight but my pants are fitting better and I feel lighter.

  • Misinformation! YouTube should take down your channel and ban you from posting false info specially when it comes to health and fitness if you have no idea what you’re talking about don’t post it dumbass

  • Mixed together will be perfect �� prior to quarantine I only do Cardio, loose weight easily but body not tone up, during quarantine I followed your HIIT and abs session, definitely feel more muscles �� ( but weight build up bit �� but looks slimmer!) for real! Love ��

  • For everyone saying she’s pathetic for putting 1000 calories in the name yes it’s click bait but so many YouTubers do it. Also if you read the description she tells you exactly how many calories you can burn doing this work out which is 200-300 and that is exactly how much I loose. The work out is great I feel really good when I’m done with it and that’s really all that matters feeling good about yourself.

  • First of all, it’s a great workout. It makes you sweat, quick and dope music. Sure it might not burn 1000 calories (of course) since that’s impossible in a short amount of time but she said this burns calories all day long. It’s a great workout once or twice a week when I don’t lift weights! It’s not the most intense either so it’s perfect.