What is the metabolic training?
Metabolic training we understand all that exercise developed in order to temporarily raise the metabolic rate and, therefore, the calorie consumption.
It is crucial to understand that all training or exercise plan has a residual heat effect, also called EPOC (Excess Post exercise Oxygen Comsumption), which is nothing more than caloric consumption resulting from the recovery of the own training. This over-consumption can reach up to 10 of our metabolic rate and extended to 72 hours depending on the intensity and nature of the exercise carried out. It is for this reason that it is too simple and remote reality rating training depending on the caloric consumption during the own training or come from where these calories, as it would be ridiculous to think that to obtain the desired only results matter what you make inside the gym no matter what the rest of the day.
Among the different options of metabolic training, it is common to observe in settings where fat loss is one of the objectives to add at the end of the strength training for 15 to 20 minutes of this type of exercise with the goal of increasing energy consumption within hours and help us, in this way, to get the desired result.
The HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is certainly one of the best examples of metabolic training. However, I have seen done in high performance centers in the U.S. alternative systems in elastic, inflatable mattresses, and even games peer.
In the end, the only point in common of all valid options such as metabolic training, what greater residual thermal effect will cause, consists of alternating stages of maximum intensity with maximum recovery. Of maximum effort, or at least pass intensities close to 100, with periods of rest.
Gives equal to to make it on a bike, running, jumping on a bouncy castle, or camber, the important thing is do this type of altenaciones of stadiums.
(By Guillermo Alvarado)