Weight loss is a challenge for most people, but this does not mean that you cannot lose weight.
Losing the pounds basically depends on two things – your diet and how you structure your workouts.
When done correctly, your workout plan will surely aid in losing the extra fat. Remember, one thing is certain: Whether you exercise in the morning, afternoon or at night, you are doing something wonderful for your body and mind.
There are many workout secrets that can help you reach your goal successfully, and you just need to stick to the secrets. These are our top secret workout to lose weight fast.
1. Warm Up Before Exercising
Before you start any workout session, it is important to warm up. A short warm-up session before exercising will promote blood flow throughout the body, including your muscles; stretch out any rigid muscles; allow the heart ample time to adjust to the body’s increasing demand for oxygen; and significantly reduce the risk of injuries.
According to a 2010 study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, warming up before exercising improves performance.
A warm-up session of 10 to 20 minutes can make you even more active after the gym, which will increase the overall amount of calories your body burns.
A warm-up session can consist of 5 minutes of jogging, 5 minutes of brisk high-knee marching and 5 minutes of toe-reach stretch exercises, hip-flexor stretch exercises and side stretch exercises.
2. Start Your Day with a Workout
If you are serious about losing weight, be an early bird and do your workout in the morning.
The increased metabolism will give you more energy throughout the day and also promote calorie-burning. You will burn more calories if you indulge in a regular workout before having your breakfast.
A 2010 study published in the Journal of Physiology shows that fasted training is more potent than fed training to facilitate adaptations in muscle and to improve whole-body glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity during a test period involving a hypercaloric, fat-rich diet. Also, 20 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise in the morning improves concentration, reading comprehension and cognitive function.
Make a commitment to get out of bed a little earlier than usual to enjoy faster weight loss along with better cardiovascular health.
3. Add Variety to Your Routine
For the healthiest exercise routine and to get the best results, diversify your workouts.
When you do the same exact workout every day, your body gets used to it. Over time, things become easier for you, making you burn fewer calories than before.
This is why experts recommend performing different exercises, doing familiar exercises in a different order and incorporating a new fitness prop into your routine.
Variety also prevents you from getting bored with your routine, which is one of the reasons people don’t stick to an exercise plan.
A 2016 study published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine reports that variety in exercise is an efficacious method for facilitating greater exercise adherence behaviors in previously inactive people.
A perfect workout plan should have five key elements of fitness training. These are aerobic exercise, strength training, core exercises, balance training and stretching.
4. Break Up Workouts throughout the Day
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that several short workouts throughout the day are just as effective as one long workout.
A 2011 study published in Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging suggests that the repetition of 10 minutes of moderate exercise can contribute to greater exercise-induced fat oxidation than a single 30-minute bout of continuous exercise.
So, if you do not have the time and patience to exercise for 30 to 60 minutes straight, you can break up your workout into 10-minute sessions done 3 to 6 times a day. For instance, you can try a quick cardio session in the morning, a brisk stroll during your lunch hour and an after-dinner strength session.
No matter how you break up your workouts, make sure to perform at least 2 hours and 30 minutes of physical activity weekly.
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