Tips to get in shape
According to scientists, water can play varieties of role in making you in shape. It can suppress your appetite and boost your metabolism. It also makes your exercise more comfortable and helps to function all of your body organs correctly.
For immediate effect, add honey and lemon with warm water and drink it every morning. But only drinking water can’t help you much. You better combine it with exercise. Moreover, drink the right amount of water before each time exercise.
You need to take 17-20 ounce of water minimum of 3 to 2 hours before exercising. Drink one glass of water after 1 hour of meal and also drink one glass before taking a bath. If you are not in the habit of drinking more water, then try to flavour it. Keep a reusable water bottle with you.
Besides, for keeping you in shape, try to replace calory sweetened beverages with water. It will both lose your weight and will reduce overall calory intake. Elsewhere, try to drink a glass of water before taking any meal that will keep you full and help you to eat fewer amounts.
Get enough sleep:
To live a healthy life, it is crucial to get enough sleep every night because rest is considered the basis of all health decisions. So, if you want to sleep a sound sleep, make sure to set your alarm within 11.pm and stop using the internet.
Another important thing is to put your phone in an aeroplane mood before sleeping.
Choose a workout that you prefer most:
Getting in shape almost depends on working out daily. If working out becomes a punishment to you, you will not feel like doing it every day. So to enjoy your workout fully, make sure to choose the right work out for you with what you are comfortable with.
One workout that I would recommend for getting into shape is a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) routine. This type of workout involves short bursts of intense exercise, followed by periods of rest or low-intensity activity. This type of workout is effective because it helps to increase your heart rate, burn calories and build muscle. Some examples of HIIT exercises include sprinting, jumping jacks, burpees, and mountain climbers.
To get started with HIIT, you can try a simple routine that includes a warm-up, several rounds of high-intensity exercises, and a cool-down. Begin with a 5-minute warm-up, such as jogging in place or jumping rope. Then, do each exercise for 30 seconds, followed by a 30-second rest. Repeat the circuit for 3-4 rounds. Finish with a 5-minute cool-down, such as stretching or yoga.
Remember to start slowly and gradually increase the intensity and duration of your workout as you build strength and endurance. It’s also important to listen to your body and avoid pushing yourself too hard, which can lead to injury.
Choose a partner for the workout:
Befriend someone else at work with the same gym. If you exercise alone, that makes you feel inactive, unsocial and uncultured and hinder your regular activity.
So, to get rid of this thinking, try to choose the best partner or friends to make your exercise fun.
Focus on intensity, not duration:
Most health-conscious people think that 1 hour of exercise is better than half-hour. They used to do exercise for a more extended period, but in reality, it does not work perfectly well; somewhat, it mars their time without any benefits.
So, choose your best 30 minutes and do your best to up the intensity. Nothing can stop you.