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Top 5 Ways to Become Naturally Fit

Updated on April 4, 2012

There is a momentum in America to lose weight and start eating healthier. Those that do can look forward to a life of quality, energy, and happiness. However, we are bombarded daily by these drug companies promising the world if we try their weight loss product. People who are desperate to lose weight as fast as possible continue to buy these products in droves. These are unhealthy and non-natural ways to lose weight that can be detrimental to your body. Let’s take a look at 5 natural ways that you can lose weight and keep it off naturally.

These are the top 5 tips to lose weight naturally and tone up quickly.

1. Weight lifting is one of the best ways to lose fat and gain more muscle mass. The more fat you burn the more muscle you. Weight lifting has many benefits besides building muscles and fat burning. Weight lifting can also increases your bone density and stimulate other hormones in your body. Some of these hormones such as HGH, which is a natural anti-ageing hormone your body produces. Weight lifting has been proven to reduce stress, build muscle mass, and increase fat burning. It is one of the most natural ways that you can help your body lose weight naturally.

2. Eating whole grain foods will help with your energy levels that you need to have for your workouts. It also has the side benefit of stimulating your metabolism to burn the fat off quickly. They don’t stimulate the fat burning hormones like sugar or processed food do. However, they help build balance in digestion and blood flow which will increase your overall metabolism in a healthy natural way

3. Training techniques can vary, but some will help you lose more fat than others. While, you are hard training also start interval training it will greatly increase your chances of burning more fat. Slow paced cardio workouts tend not to burn fat as much as people think. It actually starts to tighten your muscles and makes it harder to get to the fat. So, the toning will take longer with interval training. For example, if you go to the local stadium or high school foot ball bleachers. Use a technique to run all the way to the top then walk down. The next run to the top also run down then walk up and run down and continue mixing it up as you do the bleachers. After about 30 min of doing this, you will be peeling your body fat away quicker, and your body will respond to keep your metabolism going full speed for the next couple of days.

4. Protein is an essential source to stimulate your fat burning hormones and helps you continue to build muscle tone during your work outs. So, eat high sources of protein to keep your metabolism going to full speed.

5. Calories intake is also very important but keeping your body guessing is a great way to help burn fat calories. If, you continue to eat a similar amount of food each day your body tends to get use to it. Eventually you will have a day with a higher amount of clean carbs every few days. This will actually trick your body into thinking that it is getting more food and will continue to get the metabolism higher therefore burning more fat.

So, try some of these tips and create a schedule that will work around your life balance and you will be healthier for it.


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  • glassvisage profile image


    8 years ago from Northern California

    Thanks for the Hub! There are a lot of small things you can do, including sitting up straighter and standing up more, that can make a difference in your goals for fitness.

  • Tracy711 profile image


    9 years ago

    This was a great hub. I also am fighting the fat as I think most everyone does and I agree weight lifting is a great idea. I love lifting weights but am not allowed to do so yet but once I get the go ahead I'm on it. Thank you for sharing your wonderful advice..God bless

  • frogdropping profile image


    9 years ago

    Thankyou for answering my request Kadmiels - nicely done. Unfortunately I'm rather lazy. I don't suppose you have any secret motivational tips too huh?!

    Rated up :)


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