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Do You Have to Sweat for an Effective Workout?6,712 Views
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What is the best exercise to build calf muscles? Learn a move you can do anywhere and how to do it correctly in this video.
Description: Do you have to sweat for an effective workout? In a way yes, since it is almost impossible to physically exert without sweating. Watch this video to know why?
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If you’re not sweating, you’re not working hard enough, right? Well, not necessarily. If you’re trying to build muscle, then chances are you will be lifting heavy weight, and therefore need to take long rest periods between sets. Given that, it’s very likely that you won’t work up a big sweat, unless your gym likes to keep the heat up. You can build very big and strong muscles without breaking a sweat, as long as you’re following the right training program. On the other hand, workouts designed to burn fat are very fast paced and don't involve a lot of rest. This means that your heart rate will be elevated, your breathing quickened, and yes, you’ll be sweating! On programs for fat loss, if you’re not sweating, then chances are you aren’t working hard enough - or you’re on the wrong program! To learn more about how to upgrade your workout, check out other videos in this series.