How many of us just dream to hit our goal weight?
Hasn’t that dress enticed you enough to at least consider working out? Do trial rooms make you feel uneasy, fat and weird?
Exercise is the solution to all your endless worries my friend! But is hitting the gym the only solution? Let’s find out. Weight loss is a consolidated result of proper diet and exercise. You do not aim at losing weight only. The idea is to hit the target weight and the optimum fat content in the body. Now, it all sounds pretty darn simple on paper. But no one tells you the truth behind achieving that feat.
Loads of websites, journals, columns, magazines and articles will tell you that “You are what you eat.” It might be true on one level too. But that is not all. One might…show more content… Losing weight is not as simple as it looks like. It needs years and years of dedication and hard work to achieve that svelte figure or flaunt those ripped abs. spot reduction is a myth. Eating only proteins helps lose that extra fab, is a myth. Stop believing the fads magazine keep telling you with those breathtaking skinny, anorexic models in the back-ground. That is far away from whatever that qualifies to be healthy or fit!
Eating the right food matters a lot. In the process of losing weight, 70% of your dietary intakes affect what you are going to look like at the end of the workout session. Now when the focus is losing weight, it is impractical to deprive yourself if the source of energy that comes mainly from carbs. Replace it with proper proportions of fat and proteins to get a balanced loss. Calorie deficit diet with respect to your workout regime is sure to work wonders in the long run.
But how much do you work out? What workout regime should you follow? Does weight lifting add to the bulk? Glaring questions and confusing answers everywhere because you wouldn’t stop scouting those…show more content… Rome was not built in one single day and that fat deposit took ages to build up too. How do you even expect to get rid of it in two weeks? Sounds absurd right? Weight loss is a time consuming process and it is definitely going to take a while to hit that squat count of 50 from a nominal 5. You need to wait and work harder every single day with sheer discipline to achieve that point. It takes time to start running on that treadmill at 12 KMPH from walking at 4.5 KMPH. It is the everyday practice that takes you from being flab to fab. Time, is all which you need to give