Doing aerobics training daily is not necessary. In fact it can lead to overtraining, burnout or even injury. It can also cause your body to adapt to the daily regimen and bring fat loss to a complete halt unless you push your body harder towards the limit. This happens to most aerobics instructors, who sometimes have difficulty losing body fat despite their extremely high energy expenditure.
To avoid this situation, you have to cycle your aerobic training in the same manner you cycle your carbohydrate intake. Make sure to formulate your aerobics workout in alternating periods of high volume aerobic work with periods of low volume work over a 12-month period.
Those who have never worked out before should start at the Beginner’s Level and gradually work their way to the Intermediate or Advanced levels. As soon as you obtain positive results and become comfortable at the level of your workout, you can begin to increase your frequency and duration of your workout. Make sure to do a slow but gradual increase of your workout in terms of frequency and duration.
However, if you reach the level that you are performing aerobics more than 5 days weekly, it is recommended that you alternate your aerobics workout by choosing the types of exercises between low impact and high impact workouts.
Mix up your routine and if you can lose body fat with the least amount of cardio, it’s pointless to do more.