This is the way in which professionals do, and it works.
If you’re overweight, you’re sure not to start a training program with weights and machines, but the benefits it gives you are much greater for anyone who needs reservation you have this.
Resistance training enhances your fat loss by increasing muscle mass to because more muscle means you’ll be burning more fat automatically, thus obtaining a faster and efficient metabolism.
Apart from this, it also gives your skin and body more tone, firmness and appearance makes your bones strong, prevent hypertension, increases your strength, and improve your immune system, in addition to improving your mood and give you more energy during the day.
The hard truth is that when you’re in too low calorie diet your body prefers to use your existing muscle tissue for energy instead of using its fat stores. So, losing weight too fast is not good. The optimum is to lose at a steady, moderate pace, so that what we’re losing is fat and not just water weight or muscle.
Ideally miss maxim 0.5 to 1.5 kilograms per week. If you are losing weight faster than this then it is 99% sure you’re losing muscle, thus weakening your court and making your metabolism slower.
And remember that you can not lose weight or reduce measures in specific areas of the body. It is true that the more fat accumulates in the buttocks, hips, and legs in women, and for men in the stomach, waist, and lower back, but the reality is you just can NOT do an exercise to reduce a specific area.
What you should do first is to follow a fat loss program in all areas of your body, and once you’ve already fallen enough can work with resistance exercise more areas of your body where you had trouble before now look firm, toned and slender.
To succeed, your weight loss program should include the following:
1. A restricted diet not null or low calorie, which requires you to eat no more than 25 to 30 times your weight calorie
2. Cardiovascular Exercise of moderate intensity, with duration of 30-60 minutes and a frequency of 2-3 times per week. You can run, use the treadmill, cycle, or egg-shaped machine.
3. A workout with weights and resistance machines, to train, strengthen, and tone the major muscles of your body, with a frequency of 3-4 times per week
4. Supplement your diet with vitamins, antioxidants, glutamine, vitamin C, and omega-3 fatty acids
5. Being a consistent and disciplined in everything you do during your program
6. The monitor your progress, and adjust what you are doing according to the results you’re getting
Even if you have the best plan this will be useless if you can not perform. Remember to have a realistic program and you can implement in your daily life.