Sunil is a specialist in weight loss, with an extensive knowledge of how each and every muscle fibre works and functions.
He believes the unstable surface of sand on the beach requires our body to recruit more muscle fibres to maintain balance and stability. And, since sand is gentler on our joints than pavement or grass, we are at a lower risk of injury. Working out in sand also fatigues us a lot faster than hard surfaces. That translates to you getting in a harder workout in the same amount of time. It is a radically simple way to burn more calories per step —so long as you sweat smart. The result – not only you are able to achieve your weight loss goals in shorter time but also you enjoy the fitness journey.
While you workout on beach, sand is constantly shifting and changing, demanding various muscles in the body to come into play that might not normally engage on a pavement or gym floor workout.