Aerobic exercises are effective for burning calories during the activity and in the hours that follow.
While anaerobic exercises burn fewer calories during the activity compared to aerobic exercises, they create an afterburn effect known as excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC).
Aerobic exercises aid in burning calories and improving cardiovascular health, while anaerobic exercises help build lean muscle mass, which boosts metabolism and enhances overall strength.
The ideal mix of aerobic and anaerobic exercise varies based on individual goals, fitness levels, and personal preferences.
To maximize weight loss results, consider seeking advice from a fitness professional or certified trainer.