Momma Fit Podcast
About This Show
This is the Momma Fit Podcast with Dayna Deters. Dedicated to all those moms out there that want to fit a workout in a day, or want to fit in a moment of bliss, or HEY…you want to fit in those skinny jeans!
Dayna Deters is the host of momma fit podcast. She is a mother of 2 beautiful girls, a wife, and entrepreneur. Her passion became her profession when she had a wake-up call about 15 years ago. With the support of others and a positive attitude, she was able to overcome the hurdles in her life. This momma strives to wake up and conquer each day to make it better than the day before. Her passion for business and education to others is what drives this momma to be her best version of momma fit.
With Dayna’s background she hopes to help you with your business, health and fitness needs, family time in the kitchen and give you motivation and inspiration to tackle your day. And most importantly, to help YOU fit in your Momma Fit time.
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Momma Fit Podcast Episode #38: What Burns More Calories
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If you want to lose weight, and you want to do so in the fastest way possible, what’s the best strategy?
Is it hours on the treadmill?
Sprints up a hill?
Could it possibly be squats and bench presses?
Or a mix of both worlds, functional fitness?
In today’s episode, I’m going to break down the difference between each contender and let you know which type of exercise will give you the most bang for your buck!
Here are the three contestants that I will be talking about:
Cardio: Pretty much anything with relatively low intensity that you can do for a prolonged period of time that elevates your heart rate. Regular aerobics, going for a 3-mile jog, zumba, running on a treadmill for an hour, using the elliptical for twenty minutes, etc.
Functional Interval Training: When you decide to run, bike, use the rowers, functional fitness, etc. with varying rates of speed and intensity with some resistance training. Fast movement (sprints, functional plyo moves, rowing for 50 seconds) followed by 30 seconds of light core, or flexibility, or strength training. Then repeating this cycle for 30-60 minutes, with some resting breaks in-between.
Weight Training: Whenever you lift weights or do body weight exercises.
With this episode, I'm just giving you some facts and what you want with your goals. But ultimately, I just want you to be happy and healthy, which means it’s up to you to find a one of or a combination of the three methods above that keep you smiling and keep the weight off consistently.
There’s no 100% right way to get in shape, but there is a wrong way (doing nothing!), so find something that you love and stick with it.
Thanks again for listening, and to get more information about my programming for fitness go to: www.daynadetersfitness.com