Losing weight is directly proportionate to the calories that you intake. Like anything else, you need to calculate the amount, which you take in and account for it.
I read something very interesting about calculating calories, “Calculating Calories Burned is like accounting 101, you have debits and credits and you need to balance the books…..DAILY”.
Consequently, Calculation of the calorie is the mantra of weight loss.
Like anything else, track the number if you want to lose weight then play with the numbers but do not get too crazy. Beachbody workouts are designed in a way that you can easily count the calories that you burn (with Beachbody fitness programs) or intake (with the meals plans).
Calculating Calories Burned with Beachbody Workout Programs:
Here is an overview of the approximate calorie burn from each main Beachbody workout programs:
400 Calories burnt (average 36 minutes)
burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour
Burns an average of 600 calories per workout (average 57 minutes)
Equals 250 calories burned per workout!
burns as many calories as thirty minutes of jogging!
Turbo Fire Workout By Chalean Johnson:
burn up to 9x more fat and calories than with traditional cardio
Body Beast Beachbody workout:
From 700 – 1000 + Calories Burnt
500 (Start It Up = 25 minutes, Ramp It Up = 48 minutes, Burn It Up = 60 minutes)
Burns off 700 calories (for the 45-minute cardio workouts, some participants have burned over 1,000 in an hour)
Les Mills Combat By Beachbody:
Burns up to 520 calories, depending on the martial arts mix/release you are taking on.
Burns up to 600 calories in one session of workout routine.
Your routine should be a wide variety of lateral and standard movements for the best results. By switching to the hybrid Beachbody workout routines, you can enhance the body’s level of fitness and burn up more calories than usual during the holidays.
For that purpose, you can take help from the Beachbody Workout Hybrids, such as:
- P90X-Insanity Hybrid schedule
- P90X-Les Mills hybrid
- Turbo Jam Hybrid program
- Extreme hybrid, Hip-Hop Abs, etc.
Recommended Calorie Intake –Quick Simple Formulas:
Calculate your calories to prevent weight gain and encourage moderate weight loss. MyFitnessPal app is a great free app for tracking calories you take on from your foods or burn with exercising.
You can also calculate the calories of your body and know how much you want from this free calorie calculator: http://www.freedieting.com/tools/calorie_calculator.htm