13 Fitness Tips To Stay Motivated And Workout EffectivelyJune 5, 2020
You might not feel like exercising if you are obese. Moderate exercise can be painful and even make you fill light headed, out of breath and even nauseas when you first start. But exercise for the obese is critical if you are going to drop pounds and to achieve ideal health.
Pre-Explore other topics and interests Caffeine is a Potent Fat-Burner. Here’s something interesting. Studies have show a dose of caffeine prior to exercise makes your body much more prone to use fat stores as fuel than if you went without the caffeine. Caffeine does this by having your body skip over glycogen as a fuel source and head right for that stubborn fat. This is in addition to the boost it provides to your metabolism and its proven action as a powerful appetite suppressant. For most people caffeine is likely the best fat burner on the market today. Be sure to take yours around 45 minutes before hitting the gym to maximize these benefits!
If you are just starting out and are sorely out of shape, the best exercise to lose weight for you is going to be whatever you can do. For some, they can only walk around the block before they are out of breath and out of energy. If that is all that you can do, that is what you should do. Once you have been walking for a week or so, add more distance to your walk and try to pick up the pace a bit. Before you know it, you’ll have taken off some pounds and will be measuring your walks in miles rather than in blocks.
Never the same work out twice. I like to switch things up every time I exercise. You may do some of the same basic exercise, just tweaked each time, or opt for a completely different work out every time. Need ideas? Google has got you covered here!
If you want to increase your motivation to exercise, then you will probably find that taking a mental step back and thinking about it from a different angle will help tremendously. Motivation is all about how you choose to think about something. Hypnosis might also be something you want to consider as it allows you to access your subconscious mind.
Instead of limiting ourselves with what we think exercise should look like, and what constitutes an “official work out”, let’s expand our views to incorporate movement.
At the end of it all, the pay-offs for finishing off the 60-day challenge is incalculable. More than just a transformation of your outer physical body, you will see an inner transformation of the mind.