‘To lose weight and tone up you do not have to do intense cardio five times per week to get results’


Tribunal Desk
If you’re looking to lose fat and get in shape, you might be thinking you need to spend every evening pounding the pavements, slogging away on the cross-trainer or trying to survive a spin class. And then go home to eat lettuce with a side of broccoli.

But this could not be further from the truth, as one personal trainer and fitness expert has explained.

According to Australian certified PT and performance nutrition coach Camilla Akerberg, doing lots of cardio and mainly subsisting on leafy greens will leave you looking “skinny fat” rather than the lean, toned physique most of us desire.