10 Tips on how to get fit and lose stubborn body fat! By @gavintownsendfitness @richardtownsendfitness
the average person puts on 10llbs of body fat on in December time, So start your fitness journey now rather than the new year for best results!
1) Clear the kitchen!
It all starts here. If food you shouldn't be eating lurks in the fridge, you will give in at some point. Few people will leave their house to satisfy their taste buds; they're much more likely to hit the fridge!
2) Set a goal with a deadline, drop a dress size or lose 8lbs in the next 4 weeks. Then stick at it, have picutres of what you wish to look like or notes around the house reminding you of your goal.
3) Perform strength resistance training for best fat loss results. After breaking down muscle tissue and creating a repair process, your metabolism will increase.
4) Combine cardio variations, steady state for a longer fat-burning session. Interval training for a more time-effective workout.
5) Be patient for results. Don't expect amazing results in the first 2 weeks, 4 weeks is when you notice a difference, 8-12 weeks is when major results flow.
6) Use a stopwatch when you're training. Keep rest between sets minimal to keep your heart rate elevated in a fat burning zone.
7) Have a plan! Don't turn up to the gym not knowing how you're tackling your workout. This will help with keeping consistent also. 😎 Record calories and have a balanced diet, it is far more difficult to eyeball your diet and keep achieving consistent results when not tracking it. Think of your bank account, if you don't track your spending habits you won't be in control. Same goes for your diet.
9) Think efficient metabolism over crash dieting. Crash dieting slows down a metabolism and risks burning muscle instead of fat, making it harder to keep fat off long term. Consuming a healthy amount of calories with correct training methods will increase your metabolism and create a calorie deficit needed for fat loss.
10) Consume a high protein diet, a good range is to aim for 2g protein per 1kg of bodyweight, and balance your carbohydrates and fats
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