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Get Bikini Ready For The Summer

Updated on July 5, 2015

How will you get fit and toned for the summer?

As the summer starts the winter clothes get put away and everyone starts to go out more and wear summer clothes, beach and swimwear.

Do you feel like you need to get ready for the summer and get fit? Want to lose a few pounds and tone your body so that you look great in your beach wear?

But how will you do it quickly and in a healthy way?

Here are a few ways to a great body in a few weeks:

Visit the Spa once a week

Use the sauna, steam room and jacuzzi and visit your Health Club or local spa once a week. Your body will detox of all the stress, toxins and you will leave feeling refreshed and your skin renewed.

Cut out sweet foods and start a healthy diet

Increase the amount of fruit, vegetables and lean meats and fish you eat in your diet. Cut out the fatty, starchy foods found in sweets, sodas and cakes and watch your sugar intake in your coffee and tea.

Exfoliate and/or scrub your body once a week

Use a body exfoliator or loofah brush and scrub your body once a week. This will remove dead skin cells and let your skin renew leaving it refreshed and moisturized

Do some cardio exercise once a week

Go for a walk, do some jogging, do an exercise class, go swimming. This will help tone all your muscles at the same time especially swimming.

Prepare a month in advance and follow the above advice and you will see the difference. Add to your new bikini ready body by booking weekly sunbeds getting ahead of the rest and starting with a tan.

A spa massage and facial will help to de stress your body and increase the oxygen flow around your body. As a result your body will flush out toxins and your skin feel better and more toned.
A spa massage and facial will help to de stress your body and increase the oxygen flow around your body. As a result your body will flush out toxins and your skin feel better and more toned.

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Daytime Healthy Snack Ideas

Here are some ideas for snacks through the day. They're all nutritious and low fat which means you can eat more and worry less:

  • Low fat crisps
  • Healthy fruit snack bars
  • Fresh fruit and yogurt
  • Cream cheese and crackers
  • Nuts and raisins
  • Dried fruits
  • Chicken and salad sandwich
  • Baked potato with cream cheese

Healthy meals help to keep your body toned and still keep your energy levels up!
Healthy meals help to keep your body toned and still keep your energy levels up!

Quick Fix Fitness and Diet Choices For A Bikini Ready Body

Exercise to tone up
Healthy Summer Foods
Tone Up In Style
Swimming
Salads
Sauna + steam room
Cardio Aerobics
Lean red + white meat
Body wrap
Jogging, Stretching
Fish high in Omega
Seaweed wrap

10 Minutes Daily Fitness Routine

Healthy Foods You Can Eat

Here is a list of some good foods you can eat helping to keep your body in shape and get enough nutrients at the same time:

  • Salads
  • Fruit
  • Vegetables
  • Cereal
  • Different brown breads
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Lean Meats
  • Fresh Fish
  • Cheese
  • Organic yogurts


Healthy green and mixed salads help to keep your body filled with fibre, iron and potassium, releasing energy and toning your body at the same time
Healthy green and mixed salads help to keep your body filled with fibre, iron and potassium, releasing energy and toning your body at the same time | Source

Stay away from these foods!

But stay away from these foods if you want to tone your body and keep down your body fat and at the same time reduce ugly cellulite and stretch marks:

  • Greasy foods high in saturated fats like some fast and processed foods.
  • Foods fried in batter
  • Some rich creamy sauces
  • Foods which contain high amounts of sugar like some cakes, sweets, chocolates, biscuits, soft drinks, sodas and alcohol

But drink lots of water as well to help keep you re hydrated and clear out your system.



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