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Seven Tips For Breaking Through A Fat-Loss Plateau

Seven Tips For Breaking Through A Fat-Loss Plateau

Let us formulate a situation and you should let us know if you can correlate with it. For instance, you could be doing exercise, you hit it hard; Cardio, weights, and stretching. This is an enormous workout. You definitely shower and get home. When you check your weight there is nothing that has changed. You are left confused and yet you`ve done everything right throughout the week, plus eating the required diet and exercising enormously. You are still at the same weight. In fact, you might be up a little bit. This is why I welcome you to the delight of hitting a fat-loss plateau, it is in did one of the most frustrating realities of physiology.

You need to take heart. Sometimes it can be super annoying but there are options available to assist in moving past the fat plateau and achieving your goals. The following are seven outlined tips you need to know on your journey to living a good life.

A little knowledge goes a long way; the first thing to appreciate is that bodies crave for stability. Once the body has established a set-point for weight, it will be hard to move far away from the set point. You should try not to take it personally. The best way is to try and set a steady and realistic goal and one will stay on the right path to achieving those goals.

Adjust your calories intake; as one loses weight, the metabolic activities in the body will drop because the body will require fewer calories or energy in fueling a small body. The calories intake that a person previously needed when he or she began the weight-loss program will need to be adjusted in order to match the body’s current needs for weight loss. The person should make sure to revise the calorie goals every ten pounds.

Mix things up; the muscles might become used to the same workout program making the person`s regular routine to be ineffective. In order for one to see a change in the body fats, one should get out of his/her comfort zones.  The high-intensity training program has been proven to be effective in burning body fat. One should try doing speedy work at the track, a boot camp class at the gym, or an alternate walking and running intervals. One should check in with the snap fitness trainer for more ideas.

Get your rest; a proper night sleep is important in losing fat due to the fact that it will rest a person`s hormones. One should also note that even a little sleep deprivation can lead to an increment in cortisol- a stress hormone. Prolonged cortisol levels can lead to body fats being accumulated in a person`s midsection.

Hydrate: one should be keen on keeping his or her hydration in check as the body often tends to crave for food when one is even slightly dehydrated. The symptoms of dehydration are the same as the symptoms of hunger, so the two can easily confuse someone. Thus one should aim to drink approximately, 80-100 fluid which is equivalent to 2.35 litres of water per day plus the additional fluids lost during activity.

Muscle up; one should lift weights and follow the training program in order to build muscles. The more muscles a person has, the more calories he or she burns and the more body fats you will get rid of.

Eat protein; protein has a high thermic effect of food, thus, eating protein will help in burning more calories during the digestion process. The amino acids and leucine found in protein, both help in burning body fats.

Janet Dahlen

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