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Learn How to Reduce Inches From Waistline?

May 24, 2017 @ 03:47 AM By Damandeep Kaur

Fat! What the hell is fat? It is something that comes from sugary products like Ice cream, cake, fried products, and the spoiler pizza. Fat is not that bad if still, you look hot, but when it comes to health, you need to be extra careful. When your curves start crashing over the bulwark of your belt line you need to focus.

 Losing weight might be easy but losing inches from a particular area can be a daunting task. Losing inches off your hips can only be achieved by losing overall body weight. As you cannot focus reduce areas of the body, you are required to lose overall body fat, which will, in the end, trim the fat around your waist. To lose weight, you have to burn calories by dieting and exercising on daily basis and reduce your caloric intake by adding low-calorie diet, low-fat foods. As you are losing overall weight, you can do particular exercises aimed at toning the area around your waist or any targeted area. So, let’s not lose hope and look for the possible ways to lose inches.

   

1) Watch What You Are Eating!

When you are losing weight, it is very important to see what you are eating. Before anything else, decrease the amount of sugar, alcohol and processed, starchy foods in your diet. Then replace these foods with high-protein foods and healthy fats like butter, ghee and coconut oil. Not only will this strategy boost satiety, which aids weight loss, it will also help the body burn fat.” Says Kit Rich a celebrity trainer.

2) It is Not Green Tea!

You must have heard about green tea, but the matcha green tea will drive your results fast. “It has far more EGCG (an antioxidant that boosts levels of CCK, a hunger-quelling hormone) than standard green tea, and one study also found that drinking the stuff after exercise can increase your fat burn by up to 25%,” she says. “Try a hot cup of matcha green tea or matcha latte made with almond or cow’s milk for a delicious afternoon pick-me-up.”

3) Have Hemp!

You will find Omega 3 fatty acids in wild salmon, walnuts, chia and hemp seeds increase lipolysis so you lose fat instead of storing it,” says Slayton.

4) Stay Hydrated

“One of the most under-appreciated magic fat-burning elixirs is water,” says Ajia Cherry, personal trainer and Founder at Functional Innovative Training. “As soon as you wake up in the morning, grab a glass. Every time you eat, drink a full glass of water before and during bites. The more water you drink, the fuller you will feel, the easier it is to cut back on unnecessary calories. That's an essential element of weight and fat loss,” she explains.

5) Have Your BIGGEST Meal Post Workout

After an intense workout, it is very important to have a meal or shake to replenish blood sugar levels and stop the breakdown of the muscle. It is also the time when your metabolism and insulin sensitivity are at the highest rate. So always enjoy your biggest meal after the workout as your body is craving for energy and it will minimize any unwanted gains.

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6) Cheating is Good!

If you’re going out to dinner or drinks over the weekend, you usually know ahead of time, which is good news for your waistline. This allows you to plan ahead and make smart diet decisions throughout the week. “One meal won’t kill your goals but being consistently inconsistent will. Get constant with good habits and plan ahead if you’re going to cheat,” says Kelvin Gary Fitness trainer at New York's city gym.

7) Try Circuit Training!

Replace your weekly cardio session with circuit resistance training to whittle your middle. “High-intensity circuit training with dynamic movements is one of my favorite ways to build muscle and burn fat all over the body, says Rich. “There is no possible way to spot-reduce fat, so it’s important to train the entire body to lose fat overall. Performing moves like burpees, jump squats, mountain climbers and fast push-ups are great examples. If you have 40 minutes to work out, do twenty minutes of cardio and twenty minutes of circuit resistance training. You’re sure to see the difference in your body.”

8) Sleep Well

When it comes to weight loss sleeping is as important as dieting and training.No matter how many calories you cut or miles you log, it won’t get you anywhere near your goal unless you’re also getting enough sleep.

9) Eat More Fiber

Fiber is imperative part of any fat-loss plan. “According to research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, eating foods rich in soluble fiber, like oatmeal (one of the Best Carbs for Weight Loss), apples and beans, can reduce belly fat, says McDaniel. Weight management specialist Sarah Koszyk, who’s also a big proponent of eating fiber for fat loss, suggests eating berries. ““Berries like blueberries and raspberries are packed with fiber, low in sugar and calories, and chock-full of vitamins,” she says.”

10) Don't Only Rely on Workouts!

“If you already have a regular exercise regimen and aren't seeing the fat-loss results you want, it's probably what you’re putting in your mouth that's holding you back, says Justin Thomas,Reebok Sponsored Athlete and trainer at Drill Fitness in NYC.

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