Sweat with Science: Bulldog Gym’s Experience Matches Cardio Research in Visceral Fat Reduction, Validated by InBody 570 Technology

By: Russ Watts

At Bulldog Gym, we’re all about combining the latest technology with our real-world experiences to help our members achieve their health and fitness goals. With our trusty InBody 570 technology, we’ve been closely monitoring changes in visceral fat levels among our members. What we’ve found not only lines up with what the research says but also confirms just how effective cardio exercise is in reducing visceral fat.

Over the past couple of years, we’ve been using the InBody 570 to track how cardio exercise impacts visceral fat reduction. This high-tech body composition analyzer gives us detailed insights, including visceral fat levels, so we can closely monitor our members’ progress.

And you know what? Our observations match up pretty well with the research out there. Studies, like the one published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, have shown that moderate-intensity aerobic exercise can significantly decrease visceral fat, even without a major drop in weight. Another study, this time in the American Journal of Physiology – Endocrinology and Metabolism, found that regular aerobic exercise can lead to a reduction in visceral fat accumulation, improving overall metabolic health.

Here at Bulldog Gym, we’ve seen firsthand how cardio workouts can make a real difference in visceral fat levels. Since we’ve only had a little over two years of InBody measurements, it’s been exciting to watch our members make significant strides in reducing their visceral fat through consistent cardio exercise.



So, what’s the big takeaway? Well, at Bulldog Gym, we’re all about using science to help our members reach their fitness goals. By combining our experiences with the InBody 570 technology and backing it up with solid research, we’ve confirmed just how effective cardio exercise can be in reducing visceral fat. So whether you’re hitting the treadmill, jumping on the bike, or taking a brisk walk around the block, know that you’re not just burning calories – you’re also making a real impact on your health.

If you’re curious about your own visceral fat levels and how cardio exercise could help you, consider scheduling an InBody scan at Bulldog Gym by clicking here. Our InBody 570 technology provides detailed insights into your body composition, including visceral fat levels.

Russ Watts

Russ Watts

Russ,along with his wife, Renae, is co-owner of Bulldog Gym. He is a certified personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise and also holds additional designations of Orthopedic Exercise Specialist and Corrective Exercise Specialist.