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Get The Body You Have Always Wanted

Updated on January 24, 2020

1) SKIPPING:

Skipping improves heart and lung fitness; burns fat and strengthens bones. If this is done ten minutes non-stop, it has the same benefits as 30 minutes of jogging. To skip well, keep your elbows close to your body, don't lean forward and jump quickly so that you do not get the rope caught under your feet.

2) AQUA-AEROBICS:

You do not have to be a great swimmer to try out aqua-aerobics because it is about working your body not propelling it across the water. The resistance in the water makes sure that your entire body's muscles are worked out and it certainly cuts fat faster because of the extra efforts. The first time you do aqua aerobics, even if you are in the water you will find yourself still sweating since you use so much of your strength.

3) TO KEEP THE WEIGHT OFF, WE NEED TO KEEP A FOOD JOURNAL:

This helps in writing down everything eaten in a day because you end up being careful on wasteful snacking.

4) DO NOT SKIP MEALS:

Eating three meals a day without fail can make you control and keep off the excess weight. People who usually skip meals are usually hungrier and tend to over eat.

5) GET YOUR DANCING SHOES ON:

Dancing can make one smarter, it also helps to burn calories because of the movement of different body parts. Due to the coordination involved, dancing effectively improves your body control and timing skills, it will also keep your spirits up and reduces the risk of depression and also increases exercise and stamina, correct and improve your body posture.

6) TAKE A WALK:

Walk fast but not as fast and hold a conversation. A comfortable walking pace gives your muscles sufficient oxygen. Walking too slowly has been linked to lower brain volume, leading to poor decision making, memory tests and language skills.

7) TRY HULA HOOPING:

This improves spinal flexibility because it requires a significant range of motion starting from your spine. It also improves coordination due to the art of learning the timing and rhythm, it also strengthens and tones core muscles including the thighs, hips, legs, knees and abdomen. Hula hooping needs effort for some of the biggest muscles in your body and since these muscles require a great amount of energy the body is forced to burn stored fat faster.


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