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Karate JuJitsu - Karate Aerobic Bracken Ridge - QLD

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            karate jujitsu   Weight loss

If your goal is  lose weight  

and improve your fitness but you need to do

something more exciting than  jogging on a treadmill to keep you motivated,

perhaps you should    consider doing a

Karate Jujitsu.

 

Because Karate Jujitsu training is typically high intensity and usually lasts

for at least an hour in most cases, it burns a maximum number of kilojoules or

calories per workout and is therefore great

for anyone who wants to lose weight and lose it fast.

 

Weight Loss by Karate Jujitsu training program utilizes Karate Jujitsu  drills to give you an fat burning workout.
 

Karate Jujutsu  using punching bags, focus mitts and kicking pads in their sessions are just a couple of examples of how  Karate Jujitsu training is being used in cardio workouts for weight loss and fitness.


Also  Karate Jujitsu  exercises and drills  improve cardiovascular fitness and endurance, help build muscle strength and improve muscle flexibility so they are perfect for anyone wanting to improve their

overall fitness.

Intensity

Practicing karate isn’t likely to help you lose weight unless you work hard enough to raise your heart rate. To burn fat, your heart rate should be 50 to 80 percent of your maximum rate. To calculate your maximum heart rate, subtract your age from 220. For example, if you’re 45, you can find 60 percent of your maximum heart rate with the formula 220 – 45 x .60 = 105 beats per minute. For weight loss, you need to perform karate at your chosen intensity for at least 12 minutes at a time, so choose a heart rate you can sustain for that long.

 

Many people who start doing Karate Jujitsu  training for weight loss,

improved fitness or self-defense end up enjoying it most for its social aspects.

 Compared to joining some gyms and hiring some personal trainers, training at Karate Jujitsu school or dojo is relatively inexpensive.

Karate Jujitsu charge a very modest monthly fee for training and the beauty of this is you can train when and as often as it suits you.

In addition to low ongoing training costs, buying a uniform and any equipment you may need to train in most cases will be relatively inexpensive as well.

 

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          Calorie burn

 Karate burns a significant   number of calories. A 155-pound person burns 372 calories during a 30-minute karate session, and a 185-pound person burns 444, according to the Harvard Medical School. In 30 minutes of tai chi, a less vigorous martial art, a 155-pound person burns 149 calories and a 185-pound person burns 178.

 

 

        Weight Loss

For a healthy rate of weight loss, you should aim to lose between 1 and 2 pounds a week, which requires a calorie deficit of 3,500 to 7,000 calories. To lose 1 pound a week, you can start by reducing your calorie intake by 250 calories daily. This leaves you with 1,750 calories weekly that you need to burn through exercise. If you weigh 155 pounds, you can burn 1,750 calories a week with 30 minutes of karate five days a week.

                                                                                  Exercise Energy Chart - Kilojoules:

 

Activity
Kj/Kg
50Kg
100Kg
150Kg
Aerobics (low impact)
10.60
530
1060
1590
Step Aerobics (beginner)
13.36
668
1336
2004
Badminton
13.82
691
1382
2073
Basketball (game)
20.27
1014
2027
3041
Basketball (leisurely)
11.98
599
1198
1797
Bicycling, 15kph
11.52
576
1152
1728
Bicycling, 20kph
18.43
922
1843
2765
Bowling
5.07
253
507
760
Canoeing, 4kph
6.45
323
645
968
Canoeing, 6.5kph
12.44
622
1244
1866
Cross country ski (hard)
30.41
1521
3041
4562
Cross country ski (easy)
14.28
714
1428
2143
Cross country ski (mod)
20.27
1014
2027
3041
Dancing
9.22
461
922
1382
Dancing (slow)
5.07
253
507
760
Golfing (walk w/o cart)
9.22
461
922
1382
Golfing (with a cart)
6.45
323
645
968
Handball
21.19
1060
2119
3179
Hiking with 5kg load
16.59
829
1659
2488
Hiking with 10kg load
18.43
922
1843
2765
Hiking with 15kg load
21.66
1083
2166
3248
Hiking, no load
14.28
714
1428
2143
Jogging, 8kph
17.05
852
1705
2557
Jogging, 10kph
21.19
1060
2119
3179
Raquetball
18.89
945
1889
2834
Rowing (leisurely)
6.91
346
691
1037
Rowing machine
16.59
829
1659
2488
Running, 13kph
28.11
1405
2811
4216
Running, 14kph
30.41
1521
3041
4562
Running, 16kph
32.25
1613
3225
4838
Skipping rope
26.26
1313
2626
3939
Snow skiing, downhill
11.98
599
1198
1797
Soccer
17.97
898
1797
2695
Squash
18.89
945
1889
2834
Stair climber machine
14.74
737
1474
2212
Stair climbing
12.90
645
1290
1935
Swimming (25 meters per minute)
11.06
553
1106
1659
Swimming (50 meters per minute)
20.73
1037
2073
3110
Tennis
14.74
737
1474
2212
Tennis (doubles)
10.14
507
1014
1521
Volleyball (game)
11.06
553
1106
1659
Volleyball (leisurely)
6.45
323
645
968
Walking 3 kph (20 minutes per km)
5.53
276
553
829
Walking 5 kph (12 minutes per km)
7.37
369
737
1106
Walking 6 kph (10 minutes per km)
9.22
461
922
1382
Waterskiing
14.74
737
1474
2212
Weight training fast
23.50
1175
2350
3525
Weight training mod
17.51
875
1751
2626
Weight training slow
11.52
576
1152
1728

 

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