Our bodies now deprived of proper vitimans begin to get the signals of a famine-phase and as a result creates reserves around the stomach. These fats are stored for as long as we indulge on such high-carb, high-fat diets and make us obese with time. Sometimes there is no redemption.
Exercise helps us to burn out these fats but certain conditions must be adhered to. It is very important for people to understand that exercise as a regime for reducing fat is a discipline in itself, so if we tend to become slack at any stage, it will negatively impact on our ability to forego and will result in a relapse.
Having said this, if we stick to a routine of exercising that engages us thus relieving the boredom, with time exercise will salvage us from the grasp of obesity.
Exercise primarily results in quickening and stimulating our metabolism thus inducing it to burn calories. The metabolism becomes restive and begins to burn calories on being heated up. There are many novel and great ways to beat fat.
Cardiovascular exercises or cardio are one sure shot and highly effective style of toning, strengthening, and shaping our body even while reducing fat all over the body. Squatting is one great cardio – practiced every day for 5 minutes, 5 times a day will maintain a healthy tone. As many as 100 fast push-ups are an excellent way and help us burn fat all over the body. Initially this goal might seem very daunting but if you start slowly e. g. 20 push-ups a day, you would be surprised how quickly you could build up to 100 push-ups a day. Try it!
It is very essential to keep yourself self hydrated through all your exercise routines. In such cases as pursuing tough exercise schedules, replenish frequently with water or other re-hydration drinks. Water-loss prepares ground for a stroke if not replenished consistently.
Other strength training and weight lifting programs also help the body to square off the flab. It is again important to take proper nutrients after such exercises as the muscle density can be eroded if nutritional balance is not provided to it.
The muscles are tired and spent forces after such strength training regimens. Not providing them with proper nutrition makes them slack but this is probably not the cost we are looking at.
We can read the best journals all day about the impact of exercises to set us on the right path to vitality and good health, but is up to us to come out of the theoretical domains and do something practical for ourselves.
If obesity has assumed unwanted proportions within us, it is our onus to shed it. If we indulge in the “-will-do-it-today” approach, we will only be fooling ourselves. It is just important to give yourself the necessary push to a healthy exercise regime, only then will it begin to find the happy route for us.