Tuesday , February 25 2020
Home / zimbabwe / It's never too late to start a fitness trip

It's never too late to start a fitness trip

WITH a summer vacation at the end of the road, you – like many people – may have started thinking about forming and spilling the excess weight you get during the winter.

On the other hand, you might still try to lose the last 10 pounds, or even start a fitness trip; never late.

There is no magic pill or quick fix, this is just hard work and dedication to what you want to achieve.

Don't follow a diet shake or a low-calorie diet like 800 calories a day, etc.

Have a clear plan and outline what you want to achieve, if weight loss is your goal then you must be responsible and make sure you weigh and measure yourself once a week – preferably in the morning and on the same day every week.

Keep a food diary. Even though it's hard to write it all down or you might forget what you have consumed every day, it is the most effective way to achieve your goals.

Either buy a notebook and write a daily blog, or use the myfitnesspal fitness app – this fantastic application works everything for you.

This will take you less than five minutes a day to record or add to what application you eat at each meal and the estimated number of calories.

Suddenly, the chocolate fudge cake, with its 800 calories loss will reduce appetite when you have to write it down!

Daily exercise is an important ingredient for a healthy lifestyle, regardless of weight loss or weight maintenance.

Even if you are short on time, try to move more every day by doing small things like going up stairs, parking far in the parking lot, and scheduling a 10 minute walk to rekindle your energy.

No matter your situation, make sure to exercise frequently and move more generally.


– Eat a high protein diet.

– Drink at least two liters of water a day.

– Include a variety of fruits and vegetables

– Avoid high-sugar foods.

– Limit your alcohol intake every week.

– Don't be afraid to eat good carbohydrates.

– Healthy fats are very important to give you energy and support cell growth.

Daily exercise:

– Walk 30 minutes a day.

– Hit 10,000 steps every day.

– Introduce weight training such as squats, lunges, press ups, planks.

– Do the core and get involved with the stomach.

– Try doing HIIT (high intensity interval training) three times a week for 20 minutes.

– Don't be afraid to lift weights, the more muscle without your fat the more calories you will burn at rest.

Source link