To answer this question you have to know that each person has a fat weight and a lean weight. A person's fat weight and lean weight, combined, is their total body weight. If a person concentrates on cardiovascular exercise only, they will lose fat weight. If a person concentrates on strength training only, they will gain lean weight.
This is why your choice of exercise is so important. The exercises you choose will directly affect your fitness goals. Make sure you use your time wisely. Have an exercise routine and make sure you never let your body become accustomed to your intensity. Your body is smart and stubborn. If it knows what is coming with regard to intensity, it will never change. Make sure you keep increasing your intensity level and shocking the body into change.
When the body understands that it is in for a tough time with each work out, that’s when you will begin to see the changes that you work so hard for. Check out this link to understand the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
5 short facts about exercise:
1) Make sure you leave a good hour and a half between eating and working out;
2) On average, every minute you walk extends your life by one and a half to two minutes;
3) Cycling is an excellent form of cardio exercise that greatly benefits your heart without putting stress on your back, hips, knees, and ankles;
4) Interval training is an ideal cardio exercise because it combines aerobic and anaerobic exercise;
5) Swimming is a great aerobic exercise to incorporate into your fitness routine. The advantage of water-based exercises is that they don’t stress your joints.