it depends on how fat you are. it might be too much work.
What happens to the skin after a burn depends on the degree of the burn. In a first degree burn, the skin is red and inflamed. In a second degree burn, the skin is red and blotchy with blisters. A third degree burn damages skin tissue and may also affect fat, bone and muscle.
Partial-thickness burns involve skin and fat tissue; sometimes muscle.
A sauna is good for the purpose of relaxation alone. Saunas in no manner can burn fat off your body. It only removes the water from our body. This results in temporary weight loss, which mimics as if fat was burnt in the process.
There is no way to reduce fat from any one area of the body alone. This type of "Spot Reduction" is a myth. Your body loses fat from all areas of the body equally. Doing arm exercises will firm and tone up the muscle under the fat, but has no direct effect on the fat itself. General weight loss is the ONLY way to lose weight from any area of the body.
Roughly about 80 calories.
what BRISK MEANS????????
aerobic exercise such as brisk walking or jogging, the more the better. there is no possible way to target only the stomach
speed walking, and sprinting will help. sprinting burns fat in a dramatic fashion
i think very less
Walking is a great easy way to burn fat. So is taking the stairs instead of the elevator and dancing; fun and easy!
no crunches dnt burn belly fat merely build muscle below the wall of fat. to burn the fat low intensity activitys such as jogging, power walking or swimming for 3 20min sessions a week would b more effective ways to burn fat!
It is good exercise- but NO exercise burns only fat. Sorry-
The amount of time spent walking depends on the person's weight and the pace. For example a 200 pound person walking at a brisk pace would only need to walk for 35 minutes to burn 200 calories.
Yes. Brisk walking can help you get rid of cellulite.
There is no generally agree-upon answer. However, I suggest that you think of brisk walking as walking at a 4 mile per hour pace. To avoid gaining body fat as you get older, you will probably find that averaging walking two miles daily is sufficient. If you want to use brisk walking to decrease your amount of body fat, walk 3, 4, 5, or 6 miles daily. You do not have to do your daily walking all at one time; you may go for two or three walks. The best time to walk is before your first meal of the day. Of course, you should obtain your physician's blessing before making any significant changes to your diet or exercise program. If you have not been walking regularly, start slowly.