When you’re young, you usually ignore the fat that suddenly pop out of nowhere, in your arms, legs, cheeks, tummy… But when you start to get conscious about how you look, you just want to do everything to make them disappear. And if you’re not one of those people, well, I hope you don’t wait until you’re in your older years, when you’re feeling different symptoms that may signal the coming of chronic diseases.
You see, unwanted fats are one of the reasons why conditions like obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart attacks, stroke, and even certain types of cancers, develop. This is exactly why anyone, at any age, should exercise regularly to make sure they don’t get stuck up in random parts of the body.
For exercises meant especially for your age, along with a few fat fighting training tips, see this article written by wellness expert Nicole Dorsey-Straff on Fitness:
Fight Fat at Any Age: Exercises for Your 20s, 30s, and 40s
At FITNESS, we get more letters asking for the secret to looking and feeling your best at any age than anything else. So we went to the experts to find out how to overcome the biggest hurdle women face — a slowing metabolism, which begins to falter in your 20s, then decreases 2 to 3 percent in your 30s and another 2 to 3 percent in your 40s. Read more…
Exercising is great, but compiling them in one workout routine is even better. So check out this one on Men’s Health, to serve as an idea for your next session:
FAT-FIGHTING METABOLIC AFTERBURN WORKOUT
This one’s heavy going but you only need 30 minutes to get through it. By using the foundation moves of weightlifting to shunt blood from the top half of your body to the bottom and back, you’ll keep your metabolism torching fat all day long. Your weightloss is about to go nuclear. Read more…
11 FAT-FIGHTING TRAINING TIPS
It’s difficult to overstate the importance of resistance training. Adding muscle to your frame causes your body to speed up its metabolism. For every pound of lean muscle you forge, count on losing an extra 35-50 calories per day, or up to 1,500 calories a month or 18,000 calories per year while resting. That’s approximately 5 pounds of bodyfat you can eliminate at rest. Read more…
These workouts won’t only burn fat, but will also help maintain healthy weight, and regulate metabolism. They will also aid in boosting your heart health. Plus, you don’t need any equipment in performing them!
Like what was said in the article about the fat fighting training tips, it’s important that you track your progress, so you’re able to record everything in every step in the way. You also have to take note that rest days are important, but don’t rest too much that you drop everything you’ve worked out on.
And of course, as far as burning fats is considered, it’s also important that you eat healthy foods, especially more fruits and vegetables. Avoid the ones that will lead to weight gain, without giving you enough of your body’s nutrient needs, such as soda, packaged chips, processed meat, and more.
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