A big issue that a lot of people have when deciding whether to get fit or not is the amount of time that it takes to get into shape. People look at how much time and effort they have to invest in working out, and they just sort of mentally check out. This is understandable, as not everyone wants to invest all this time in working out. However, with the right exercise routine, you can get in decent shape a lot quicker than expected.
It goes without saying that you can’t get fit overnight. It simply isn’t possible. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get in shape quickly. It also goes without saying that this is all heavily dependent on what your starting weight is. If you are near obese, it is going to take a lot longer to get into shape than it would if you were just slightly overweight.
How to Get into Shape Quickly
Getting into shape quickly requires a very intense exercise regimen as well as an extremely strict diet (no one ever said getting into shape quickly was easy). But you are probably curious about what “quickly” means in this context. Well, if you are very strict about what you eat and if you do the right exercise routine, you can see major results in as little as six weeks. That’s right, in such a short amount of time, you can be in shape. Now, depending on your own fitness levels, this could take a bit longer. But if you are only moderately overweight, then getting in shape in six weeks is completely possible.
What Exercise Routine Should I Try?
If you want to get into shape in only six weeks then you are going to need a really tough exercise routine to get there. While a number of different ones exist, the one that is the most effective and the most proven is what is referred to as “high-intensity interval training.” High-intensity interval training (often referred to as HIIT for short) is one of the most effective exercises out there when it comes to burning fat and building muscle. The idea behind HIIT is that you do short bursts of very intense exercise (like lifting weights, sprinting, crunches, suicides, etc.), then follow it up with longer bursts of light exercise (like jogging, walking, etc.) to recover. Doing this multiple times will burn a ton of calories and fat.