Switch up your routine every four to six weeks. Your body adapts to any repetitive activity more quickly than you probably think, so the longer you use the same routine, the less quick weight loss will happen and the more likely you are to get stuck in a plateau and limit the changes you can make to your body.
Train at an intensity level that allows your body to rely more on stored fat than sugars. Exercising at an optimal heart rate zone will give you better results. Go to the Calculators section to find out your specific optimal target heart rate training zone.
Don’t snack after your last meal of the day, and try not to eat your last meal any later than 7:00 p.m. Additionally, aim to make protein and carb sources with lots of fiber the main parts of your last major meal for the day.
Drink lots of water. You probably hear this a lot, but it cannot be stated enough. Staying hydrated will help with your diet by keeping you fuller for longer. And it helps with your exercise routine by topping up water stores that you will lose though perspiration as well as breathing at a higher rate as you work out.
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