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Top Fitness Tips for Women


You can’t burn fat selectively. Period. Now that we’ve addressed the elephant in the room, follow our simple tips to become a better and fitter version of yourself in a short time. Becoming fit is not just about losing weight but also about building strength. The idea behind becoming fit is to reduce the fat in your body while building a lean muscle mass.

Exercise
The first thing that you need to understand is that the results are never the same for everyone. Your body is different from everyone else. So you need to understand how your body reacts and responds to the changes you are making in your diet and physical activity. You’ll not see results overnight but you’ll start noticing the changes after 21 days or 3 weeks after starting.

Eat Healthy Food
Your diet contributes to 70% in your weight goals while your workout contributes 30% in your fight against weight loss. The two biggest enemies that prevent you from reaching your goals are sugar and packaged foods. Avoid eating anything that’s made in a factory. The best way you can help yourself achieve the goals is by not buying packaged foods because if you don’t have it, you can’t eat it. Do not starve yourself but keep a check on your portion size

Hydrate. H2O is your friend
Whether you’re going out for a walk, doing yoga, or going for a pilates class, hydration is very important to keep yourself energized.

Stretching
The more flexible your body, the easier it will become for you to work in your daily life. Always stretch your muscles before and after every workout session for 15 minutes. This will help your muscles become more pliable and decrease the risk of getting an injury while working out. Post-workout stretching helps cool down the body temperature. This starts the muscle repair and recovery process while improving the blood circulation in the muscles.

Up the Protein and Vitamins, Cut the Carbs

Protein helps in repairing your muscles and keeps you full for longer. Protein helps reduce hunger, fights food cravings, and maintain the muscle mass during weight loss. The idea is to eat a wholesome meal with a good balance of protein and vitamins while cutting back on carbohydrates.

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