I don’t know a thing about you but I’ll bet that you would agree with me on this. You may have tried losing weight but on many occasions, you have failed. Losing weight seems so difficult. Why is there such a problem with burning and losing fat? It is often attributed to genetics.
Some people simply believe they are overweight and always will be because that is just their body type. That is not true, though. Anyone can be fit and thin. It may take more work for some people than others, but with the right winning formula you can join the ranks of people who are thin for life.
The most important part of it all is that, once you know the magic formula, you can get results fast!
The Magic Mix
The magic formula is actually very simple. All you need is a mixture of diet and exercise. You have to lower your calorie intake and you also need to exercise to burn off the fats. See, this is the magic solution everyone have been looking for.
The science behind it is very simple. You would need to burn off 3500 calories in order to lose a pound of fat. However, dieting alone is very unhealthy. That is why you should combine exercise and dieting in your routine. This way, you can lose weight much more healthier.
You will get the best workout when you exercise at a time when your blood sugar is low. This means doing it some time after your eat or before you eat. Many professionals suggest working out first thing in the morning before you eat anything. This allows your body to burn more fat.
Have you ever heard of target heart rate? Well if you haven’t let me explain it to you. Firstly, subtract your age from 220. Then you will want to workout at 55% to 85% of this maximum heart rate. However, if you are a beginner, you should only go for 55% to 65% of that number. Trust me, the best way to work out is by working out at your target heart rate.
I am sure you have given up trying to keep up with your diet and exercise routine. What you need is motivation. I agree that it is one of the biggest challenges to stay motivated. You may have been working out for the past week and there are no visible results but, let me remind you this; it is not about what the scale or mirror is showing, it is also about how you feel.
To help keep you motivated avoid the scale altogether. Your weight will go up and down throughout the day so your weight is not a good indicator. Instead take your measurements. This is a better reflection of your progress.
It can also help to find someone to workout with. They will help keep you motivated. It is harder to give up when someone else is working with you.