4 Tips To Workout And Lose Weight

 1 Choose a cardiovascular exercise that suits your constitution.

Joint problems and being overweight can affect your level of physical activity and the kind of exercises you can do.

Train for 30 to 60 minutes a day, at least 5 days a week. Reserve at least 20 minutes for cardiovascular exercise each time.

To lose weight faster, do cardiovascular exercises for 45 minutes, 5-6 times a week.

Choose a low-impact workout, such as swimming, aqua aerobics, walking, elliptical and / or biking, if you have joint problems. If you feel pain when walking because of your weight, choose a water sport until you have lost the first 9 kg.

You can do high impact exercises if you don't have joint problems. By running, hopping or following a boot camp (fitness practice that harks back to the military training of the US Marines), you will be able to burn fat faster, reaching your goals first.

4 Exercises To Lose Weight

2 Undergo strength training for 30 minutes, 2 or 3 times a week.

Like cardio exercises, those that increase endurance can help you lose weight and keep it consistently normal over time.

Weight lifting or strength training does not burn calories like cardiovascular exercises. However, they help increase lean muscle mass and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Also, as muscle mass increases, the body burns more calories when at rest. The metabolism speeds up and it is easier to maintain normal body weight.

Join the gym if you've never done weightlifting before. You will learn how to use dumbbells or muscle toning tools correctly.

You can start with dumbbells from 1 to 2.5 kg or, after a month of training, opt for heavier ones and weight lifting machines.

3 Find a partner to exercise.

Find another person who is looking to change their lifestyle. That way, training will be more fun and you'll be able to stick to your goals in the long run.

Sign up for an exercise class, find a personal trainer or take a walk together.

Many personal trainers offer their services at reduced prices to people who team up as a couple or in a group.

If you can't find anyone to pursue your goal with, join a weight management group to stay motivated.

4 Differentiate your training.

Try new exercises every month, so you always feel motivated to exercise and prevent your training program from becoming monotonous.

If you find that a certain type of training is becoming boring or too easy, try something new: group classes, outdoor gymnastics, or alternate these two possibilities within the same day.

Also try some more fun physical activity. If you want to practice less traditional forms of training, you could indulge in a particular sport, go for walks or even go kayaking.