A Physique Coach Explains the 'Absolute Best' Cardio for Fat Loss – Men's Health

Our product picks are editor-tested, expert-approved. We may earn a commission through links on our site. Paul Revelia ranks the pros and cons of low, moderate and high intensity cardio.Physique coach Paul Revelia regularly creates content on how he uses steady-state cardio to aid fat loss. In a new video with strength and conditioning coach Stephen Beaugrand, Revelia takes a look at the pros and cons of low intensity (LISS), moderate intensity (MISS), and high intensity (HIIT) cardio.In terms of the time you’re taking to work out, HIIT has a clear advantage, as you’ll be burning a higher number of calories in a shorter window than you would be during a lower-intensity session. However, this also requires a higher skill level, explains Beaugrand. “If you’re doing sprints, you need to be at least good enough to be able to do that in all-out intensity,” he says, “whereas in lower or moderate intensity, we don’t need a lot of skill for that, we can do something like walking, riding our bike, going out for a hike.”Recovery is another factor that Revelia and Beaugrand consider. “If you’re only doing a 20 minute workout every day, and the rest of your day is…

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