Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Targeting Those Problem Body Fat Areas | Beauty


We all have areas of our bodies that we don’t particularly like because we cannot all look like a model on the front page of Vogue. No, ‘normal’ women such as us don’t have the time, or the money, to hire the best trainers in the business to keep us looking stick thin. The result is that, from time to time, we can lose focus and the pounds can start to pile on again. What’s worse, the fat can build-up in areas that you want to avoid as they are hard to target. Thankfully, there are ways to target them and eradicate them for good.

Eat A Balanced Diet
Yes, it may be an oldie, but it is a goody. The best way to target the build-up of fat is to stop eating fat in the first place. To be fair, you will need a certain amount of fat in your diet. But, you should only eat good fats, and you should stay away from the saturated kinds that are detrimental to our health. Also, you need to ingest proteins and carbohydrates to keep the body running smoothly. One great tip I learned from my dieting career is to make dishes with all the elements of a healthy diet, but also not to completely cut out the treats. Going cold turkey only makes avoiding danger foods more difficult.

Exercise Aerobically
For the most part, any exercise is good exercise. But, when we are looking to lose fat, our bodies need oxygen, hence the term aerobically. Without oxygen, we cannot burn fat because oxygen is a part of the fat burning process. So, what is the difference between aerobic exercise and anaerobic exercise? For the most part, sprinting and running when you are out of breath is anaerobic. Walking and jogging where you can breathe easily is aerobic. A word of warning, however – you need to exercise for a lot longer for the exercise to have any effect, at least thirty-five to forty minutes.

Coolsculpting
What is Coolsculpting? Coolsculpting is a technique that specifically targets body fat with the help of extreme cold. It uses a technique called Cryoliposis that cools down the area and then eliminate fat cells to make it look as if weight loss has occurred naturally. Plus, it is affordable. Coolsculpting prices are affordable because they are not an invasive procedure unlike a ‘tummy tuck’. However, it is not a simple procedure by any means, so it is only performed by a professional with skill and experience.

Strength Training
As the aerobic exercise and the Coolsculpting start to break down fat the cells, I would recommend strength training. Strength training will start to tone the areas of your body that are starting to lose weight. As a result, the arms, legs or buttocks will not begin to droop and look saggy. With strength training, they will look pert and firm, and that is a trait we all want from our bodies!

I know it is Christmas, and it is going to be hard, but if you can stick to these principles you will drop a lot of weight.

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