Calorie and Energy
Skipping: Get Fit, Burn Fat
Fitness and Fat-Burning Combined
Skipping as a workout is a good way to boost fitness and burn stored fat. Skipping burns calories, and - if combined with a calorie-controlled eating plan - will cause the body to burn fat-tissue - including abdominal fat. In addition, skipping helps to develop the lower body muscles, so you improve fitness and get into shape.
Skipping Improves Fat Percentage
About 45 minutes of skipping burns about 509 calories. In one year, this daily exercise routine burns a total of 185,785 calories per year - about 53 pounds of stored body fat. This fat-burning improves the body's fat-percentage - the muscle-to-fat ratio.
Skipping: Fat-Burning Health Benefits
Because it helps to burn body-fat, a regular fitness workout (like skipping) contributes to better health in several ways. It helps reduce stomach fat, associated with serious illness; it assists weight loss/control, thus maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Finally, it releases endorphins the happiness chemicals that improve mood. These health benefits are further boosted by a healthy diet.
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