The military training also known as Fitness Boot Camp, is one of the most complete sports routines that can be practiced today. So if you’re looking for a routine where you can get in optimal physical shape, this alternative may be what you’re looking for.
Although the primary goal of this military training is not to lose weight, you can certainly burn 800 to 1500 calories in one session. Sessions include aerobic and anaerobic exercises such as frog jumping, jump rope, boxing exercises, rope climbing, lungeing, mud or water running, stretching work, and many more. As it is a high intensity sport, the heart must work effectively so that the body can take on all the exercises. But if you have been practicing this sport for a short time, it is better to know all the positive effects it brings.
Military training causes a lot of fat to be lost. In fact, a Boot Camp session can consume a considerable amount of calories, considering that a man can consume up to 2700 calories a day in his normal diet, which translates into almost half of the daily intake.
This training is very complete. In military training sessions, cardiovascular exercises are mixed with strength exercises. All this makes the whole body work.
It is a high intensity training of the heart. The pulsations are very high and therefore the cardiovascular system is worked on and strengthened. Also, this training is done in a group and is much more enjoyable. In addition, it helps to stimulate the capacity for effort and improves concentration.
As a side effect of sport, military training helps to minimise the stress and anxiety that is often present in society.
If you have been encouraged to get in shape with military training, but are looking for a more realistic experience, I recommend you find a group or club that will allow you to do it effectively.