Almost so many months of staying at home, here we are, all fattened up and lazy most of the time. The workout freaks have had the scare of their lifetime. For those who weren’t already into it, all that sitting at home and trying new recipes also created extra bulk in bodies, where fitting into regular clothes has become a struggle. But fret not! You can also take care of your fitness at home. Follow these fitness tips by Wedding Affair for a healthier discovery of your fit self. Brides and grooms-to-be must follow these tips to get ready for their big day!
Fixing a diet
A good workout and crappy diet won’t help you lose weight. After all, one of the Rules of the Nerd Fitness Rebellion is “you can’t outrun your fork” and you can’t out-train a bad diet! This means if you don’t also fix your relationship with food, then all the exercise you do won’t be helping you lose weight and building muscle. If you are trying to lose weight, then you need to fix your nutrition first and foremost. Eating healthy is key! You can either learn to track your food through counting calories (calculate your daily caloric needs here), or you can look into our healthy plate strategy. (Source: Nerd Fitness)
Fat Burning Workout
Katie Dunlop of Love Sweat Fitness encourages to do these workouts in several circuit sets. These include routines like Bridge Hip Lift x12. This targets glutes and hamstrings. All you need to do is lie on your back with knees bent and feet hip-distance apart. Then, press heels into the floor. You then need to tuck your pelvis and press hips up towards the sky. Also, ensure that your glutes stay if engaged as you lift up and the lower back down. Then you can hover an inch or two over the floor as you come down, and then lift up to repeat. Find more at Love Sweat Fitness.
Dr John Rusin’s blog explains the importance of bodyweight training at home. “Firstly, with bodyweight training, there is a misconception that “it gets too easy” or that “you can’t really get strong” with the only bodyweight. Well, that of course, is pretty silly. I understand that you can ultimately move more pounds when you have external loading, but there is A LOT of manipulation of exercises and setups that can keep you progressing in bodyweight training for quite a while. Dare I say that quite a few strong people would be very humbled by an all bodyweight workout.” Find out more at Dr John Rusin’s blog.
Whether you’re new to yoga or have been doing it for a while, certain poses are geared towards physically enhancing your experience of gratitude. “When you feel gratitude, you’ll notice where it shows up in the body. For a lot of people, it’s the heart space or chest,” shares Cole. “To cultivate that feeling, it helps to physically move your body in a way that focuses more energy there.” Find the best yoga poses for you at reebok fitness blog.
Use of Resistance Bands
Instead of using barbells or dumbbells, you can maximize the use of resistance bands. This resistance band workout uses a classic workout split (push/pull/lower body or PPL) to create the ultimate 3-day muscle and strength-building split that challenges all the major muscle groups. The plan is simple enough to work for beginners and still has enough progressions (especially if you use bands with more resistance) to challenge more advanced trainees. Whether you’re only training at home, want to work out on the road, or just need a joint-friendly new training plan to create a spark, this is the best for you. (Source: Born Fitness)
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