Doing long runs every day for the past few weeks to torch those calories? It’s time to switch things up and and get your body out of its comfort zone.
When you do the exact same exercises consistently, your body may become all too familiar with it, making your workouts less effective.
It’s best to do a mix of high- and low-impact exercises of different intensities.
Shift your focus
Instead of obsessing over quick weight loss results, focus on having a balanced diet and exercising regularly.
Being too obsessed over your progress can induce stress that will slow your progress down.
Stress may increase food cravings and even induce belly fat storage.
If you’re feeling the pressure, try engaging in meditation or yoga classes that can keep you active and relieve tension in your body at the same time.
Incorporate strength training
Packing your week with HIIT classes will definitely help burn some serious calories. But such high-intensity workouts often leave you feeling hungry.
This may result in overeating when you think that you’ve worked hard for it. Incorporating strength training into your workouts can help you build lean muscle to improve your metabolism and break out of your weight loss plateau.