Weight Loss: Boot Camp, Jogging or Gymming?

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With people becoming increasingly conscious about their physical strength and shape, losing weight has become an integral part of almost everyone's life. Nobody wants to stay out of shape, and thus with such growing awareness about health and fitness, there lie a number of options for weight loss; some of them being jogging, gymming or enrolling oneself in a fitness boot camp.

Jogging and gymming are looked upon as some of the healthiest and easiest ways of losing weight. Those who have hectic schedules, take up jogging because it is extremely convenient. They can go out for a jog either in the morning or in the evening, in accordance to their will and availability of time.

Gyms usually have instructors, help with routines best suited to the needs of different people and to also assist in monitoring peoples' dietary habits.

A boot camp on the other hand, has been known to be the most effective way of losing weight without relying on the use of technology or having people put in large amounts of money to get the desired body type that they want.

Boot camp workouts are very vigorous in nature, because the exercises involved give a full body workout to almost all the different muscles in the body, all at once, leading to fast weight loss. The exercises are fun and are not repetitive in nature, making it exciting for people to do.

Jogging or gymming might help a person to burn fat and lose calories, however, once the body gets attuned to the regular set of exercises that a person follows at a gym, it becomes a little difficult to burn more calories. Also, the stamina of a person hardly tends to shoot up. At a boot camp on the other hand, there are a number of routines that help a person become fit completely.

Studies also show that jogging and gymming might help people to lose weight in the long run, but these seldom give out short term results. In fact, people who jog or go to the gym regularly, only end up getting tired and look unhappy with themselves because of the lack of an immediate outcome.

Boot camp exercises keep people energized and spirited for a number of reasons. Many people come together to be part of such a camp and lose weight, and so there is constant interaction with others, and people tend to get even more motivated and inspired by each other. The exercises are not monotonous unlike at a gym or simply going jogging; instead they involve a certain level of challenge that encourages people. Gymming or jogging are usually done alone, whereas at a boot camp, trainers and instructors are always around, giving people the required attention they need, and assisting them with various types of routines that help to properly exercise their upper and abdominal body.

Therefore, if one really wants a useful and effective method of losing weight, being part of such a camp is better than jogging, running or joining a gym.

 

Dan Clay is the owner of Dangerously Fit Boot Camp. If you would like to book Sydney boot camps or a free 2 week Sydney boot camps trial, visit Sydney boot camps.

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