Tips to Help You Lose Excess Fat
Believe it or not, losing a little or a lot of fat involves pretty much the same concept – consistent dieting coupled with cardiovascular exercise and Weight training. This is how the professionals do it, and it works. If you are overweight, you may be hesitant to start a weight training program, but the benefits far outweigh any reservations you may have.
(faster metabolism). It also it gives your skin a more tone, tight appearance, lowers your blood pressure, strengthens your bones, improves your agility, increases your flexibility, strengthens your immune system and gives you more energy and a brighter outlook on life.
, , you should consider trying a complete, well-rounded program that not only focuses on dieting, but also includes adequate cardiovascular activity and weight training.
If you are already very muscular, , . .
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So, , . Ideally, you should aim to lose no more than 1lb – 1.5 lbs per week that’s it. If you are obese, then you should try to lose no more than 1% of your bodyweight per week. Any more than that and you are sacrificing muscle.
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, belly and lower back areas for men, and the upper thigh and buttocks, area for women. .
. So, , those love handles will never go away.
Remember that you cannot spot reduce!
. Your body does not work that way. .
, it will come off all over your body, not just in specific areas.
, you will begin to see dramatic changes occurring with your body, and I’m not just talking about the obvious physical changes, I’m also talking about the psychological and physiological changes.
(of course), increased muscle mass, increased metabolism, increased sense of well-being, more energy, lower bad cholesterol level, increased good cholesterol level, decreased risk of heart disease, deeper more restful sleep and most important, increased self-confidence.
To be successful,
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- Regular cardiovascular activity for at least 30-45 minutes 3-4 times per week.
- Some recommend a moderate pace while other recommend a vigorous pace — it doesn’t really matter as long as you are exercising.
- Weight training.
- , minerals and amino acids. Vitamin C, L-glutamine, and a good multi vitamin are the bare essentials.
- , including high amounts of Essential Fatty Acids (Omega-6 and Omega-3).
- Regularly monitor your progress. ! Looking in the mirror or just relying on the scale is NOT adequate.