How to Lose the Winter Weight Gain

5 years, 8 months ago

If you overate during the holidays or have cut down your activity during the winter, then you might have put on some extra weight.

Wouldn’t you love to lose that winter weight gain before the summer sunshine returns?

Instead of selecting the latest diet of the week, you can, instead, implement some proven methods for slimming down and keeping the weight off.

Here are some great tips that will help you lose that winter weight gain:

Exercise Follow these exercise strategies to provide you with a number of activities to firm up and shed weight. 1.  Begin gradually.

  • Don’t go crazy when you start to exercise to avoid straining muscles!
  • Invest in a good pair of walking shoes and start to walk for a quarter-hour daily.
  • When the fifteen minutes becomes easy then start to walk for a little longer.

Do this with any exercise, indoors or out, to build a slimmer and stronger, body. 2.  Enjoy a variety of exercises. lose that winter weight gainInclude a variety of exercises in your exercise plan. Make it fun! For example, you could mix circuit training with weight training.  Should you not have weight training equipment, you could improvise by using bottles of water or sand instead of weights.

  • Any activity that will get you moving is definitely good exercise. Play with your children or pets.
  • Instead of lying on the couch, you spend some time riding an exercise bike when you watch television.
  • Take the stairs rather than the elevator.

3. Get a buddy to help. The simplest way to maintain your regular workout schedule would be to have somebody with you who also wants to slim down.  Help to remind each other how important it is to lose that winter weight gain. 4. Set yourself some goals. Write them down in a notebook or a diary. Keep an eye on just how much weight you’re losing and what kinds of exercises you’re doing. How you can Eat Correctly all Year-long The best way to keep off that winter weight gain is to eat nutritiously all the year-round. Here are a few simple tips for eating healthily: 1. Try to cut down on your calorie intake. The correct amount of calories varies with age, height and sex so it is a good idea to check with your doctor or ask a nutritionist what is the right amount for you. 2. Eat a balanced diet. Consume a well-balanced amount of whole grain products, fruits, and veggies. It’s not necessary to become a vegetarian, but if you include plenty of fruits and veggies in your diet it will have a range of benefits. •    Substitute fruits and veggies for unhealthy snacks and fattening desserts. •    If you find fresh fruits hard to find during the winter then try frozen fruits without any added sugar. 3. Keep your portions at an acceptable size.  Just because fast-food restaurants provide supersizing portions you don’t need to as well. 4. Eat good quality carbohydrates. Many fruits, vegetables, beans, and grains are filled with the type of carbohydrates that your system needs. They’re also full of fiber, minerals and vitamins, and are cholesterol free. 5. Drink plenty of water. Every cell in your body needs to have water to operate correctly. Consuming plenty of water will also help you to slim down. For instance, a glass water before meals will help you to control overeating. Follow these simple tips and you will find that losing that winter weight gain is really an obtainable goal.  However, don’t try to make all these changes in one day.  Instead, focus on making a couple of these changes every week to get accustomed to them. Before very long, these weight reduction methods will become second nature for you and you’ll soon lose that winter weight gain!

2 thoughts on “How to Lose the Winter Weight Gain”

  1. Nice blog! Thanks for an interesting article, Roy. I’m going to try out your tips because I want to look good on the beach this summer! Thank you again.

  2. Hi, Roy. I like this article about losing the winter weight. I want to look good in the summer so I shall try out your tips. I’m off to the gym now to make a start! 🙂

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