The United States of America has witnessed a massive increase in the number of people considered obese by the medical community.
Many are even calling it an obesity epidemic.
To combat this problem we find all kinds of pharmaceutical companies selling the so-called “quick fix” pills, creams and powders that do nothing to actually help people get rid of the fat and keep it away.
The same can of course be said of the diet industry. There are so many different diets now that you can choose one per month and in a year you will have even more to choose from.
What is really needed are some scientifically proven weight loss tips that anyone can apply, regardless of their current physical condition.
That said, let’s dive right in.
#1 Drink more water.
Americans are usually dehydrated, so their bodies are working on water starvation mode, not releasing the toxins, minerals and junk.
#2 Eat more often.
I bet you thought I’d say eat less.
While it’s true that to lose weight you need to consume fewer calories than you burn… you need to eat more every now and then to get the metabolism going and burn properly.
Get it out of the famine. So start the day well with breakfast.
Even a small breakfast drink and a piece of low-calorie fruit when we head out the door in the morning.
#3 Move more. Depending on your physical condition and body type, you need to move more.
Do 15 minutes of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) daily, which boosts metabolism and burns fat instantly, along with the 2 Week Diet System
park further from the office or store, go around the block, go dancing, play with your kids
. Make it fun. Running isn’t the only way to burn more calories.
#4 Finally, determine your “Why”. Determine why you want to destroy fat.
do you have reason big enough to motivate you by the hard blows that always happen
Personally, my reason for living was to see my great-grandchildren graduate.
My youngest children are now 4 and 6. Plus I wanted to go outside to play with them without being out of breath all the time.
Bonus tip for sports
Always start with warming up
Regardless of the type of workout you prefer, it’s very important that you start each session by warming up your muscles to avoid cramping and exhaustion.
Stretching helps prevent damage to internal muscle tissues and gets your blood flowing. It makes your heart pump to give you good oxygen in the blood. Just five minutes is all it takes to get your workout off to a good start.