Simple Tips To Lose Weight
Rajat Sanghvi | Gym Instructor
Exercise and Fitness can both be wonderful and there could be multiple reasons to follow a regular fitness routine. After all, cardio and resistance training offer a host of health-related benefits, from lowering blood pressure and bad cholesterol, to boosting mood and reducing anxiety.
Then, there’s also the role exercise can play in helping you shed — and maintain — weight, which shall never go off the trend. In case, you’re wondering just what is the mantra to lose weight, here is my advice:
STAY CONSISTENT AND PLAN WELL
There’s nothing like starting it today. Exercising is the best way to burn calories and build muscles, so don’t make excuses. Instead, make progress. It shall make a difference in the long run and I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy, but you have to do it for yourself.
Adults should be getting roughly 150 minutes (that’s 2 1/2 hours) of moderate-intensity physical activity like brisk walking or 75 minutes (that’s 1 hour and 15 minutes) of vigorous-intensity exercise like jogging or an equivalent combination of the two every week.
DIET AND EXERCISE GO HAND IN HAND
It is incredibly difficult — though not impossible — to lose weight through exercise alone. You can manage it if you burn more calories than you consume. For most people, the best approach to weight loss will be a combination of exercise and modest calorie restriction.
This is a first and foremost important pointer to begin – consume fewer calories than you can burn. Cut calorie intake after calculating your BMI. Work out at least 30 minutes a day
STAY HYDRATED-DRINK ENOUGH WATER
In between meetings, while at your desk, when you hear your alarm clock go off—whenever you think of it, just drink up. Water helps to rid our bodies of unnecessary waste and build-up. Drink eight to ten glasses of water a day religiously.
GET 07-08 HOURS OF NON INTERRUPTED SLEEP
Whether it is the urge to see one more episode of your favorite television show or still fit in a gym trip before work, definitely it can end up doing you more harm than good. Necessity of sleep is inevitable and the body must be allowed to renew itself, muscles to build and restore, which will in return allow you burn more calories in your workout.