To lose your beer gut means taking away the traces of an unhealthy lifestyle that may be responsible for getting you a step closer to the grave.
Lose your beer gut and celebrate life
Many people are unaware of the toll their body takes as it ages that leaves your body prone to gaining weight and losing interest in exercise. What could have been your physical heydays back in your 20’s may not be the same as your 30’s, even your 40’s and up- regardless of how much time and effort you put in to your quest for physical fitness and health.
There are a lot of studies attributed to the science of physical fitness and the effects of time, age, diet and behavioural factors that impact your life. This is also true with the body developing a slower metabolism that leaves you with the risk of getting fat quick.
“You lose your love of lifting and training and then you’re running on willpower and a sense of obligation that is destined to fall in the short term,” fitness trainer Jonathan Ross said, adding that training is simply the stimulus for improvement while recovery is the response to that stimulus and one does not work without the other.
Listen to your body
Listen to your body. If you start feeling lethargic, it indicates that your body needs to turn up the heat as it could be the effects of poor eating habits that allows you to gain more fat into your body.
You need to do something to burn those fats away and couple it with a good calorie intake, good hydration, good sleep and good sense to adjust training volume and intensity, especially as you age. Always stay hydrated by drinking lots of water.
But keeping fit need not take you more than an hour ad experts agree that at least 30-minutes of time spent a day for regular cardio training and some simple but effective routines are guaranteed to let you keep a good body frame.
Start putting back that treadmill into your daily activities and plan your regular exercise activities. If you are in a gym, use the treadmill to get you started.
Begin your workout by doing speed intervals, not only does it give a good cardio workout, it also lets you burn fat.
Start raising the incline once your body adjusts to the each difficulty level.
Go the extra mile, or in the case of the treadmill, spend a few more minutes to extend running on your machine.
Work your arms by taking it off the side rails when running. The more you move your arms, the more calories are burned.
Grab those handles while working the machine for a total body workout. Do not hesitate to use your arm strength to burn calories as your do your heart pumping cardio.
Use the resistance settings to make it more challenging. This enables you to up the ante on both the arm and leg muscles when you start tightening the resistance belts.
Keep pace. Sometimes the motion of the machine lets you slow down as you start to feel the momentum of the rotations, so make sure to maintain your pacing between 140 to 160 strides per minute.
Include intervals by alternating your workouts from easy to intense. This will give you a workout momentum that allows you to recover as well in between reps.
This is where it all begins to heat up, start with bodyweight exercises first, as studies have shown that body weight routines have been proven to burn more calories than working out with a good set of dumbbells.
Incorporate a high intensity interval training, like the Tabata workout to get you burning calories fast.
Work the body to create instability like standing on a leg while doing bicep curls or workout using an exercise ball as more muscles get to work to help you achieve that balance when working out, thus, maximizing the effect.
Do supersets, as these are good combinations that allow you to work those muscles better and help you burn fat faster.
So what are you waiting for? Start working your way to a better and fitter body.
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