Exercising just three times per week can help you lose weight. Put aside 15- 20 minutes if you are just starting out. Try to increase your workout to 45 to 60 minutes per workout. By exercising at low to moderate intensity you will burn less calories than high intensity such as sprinting. You can torch calories quicker by increasing your level of intensity. If you are just starting out take it slow. You will see progress if you are consistent.
Answer: Many people believe their metabolism plummets later in the day, which is why we often overeat nutritionally corrupt foods. But a calorie is a calorie no matter when you eat it. As long as you don’t take in more calories than you burn in a day, you won’t gain weight. Overeating at 9 p.m. is essentially no worse than overeating at 9 a.m.
If you workout in the evening, eating at night is a must. You have to eat a well-balanced meal to encourage recovery no matter how late it is. As long as you don’t gorge, you’re not in danger of gaining weight. But if you routinely eat more than you should at night, you’re going to sabotage your efforts.
Lift less weight with more reps to get toned? Hmm…..
The truth: People who want to look lean and toned often skip heavy barbells in favor of lighter weights with lots of repetitions. But that won’t give us the physique we’re after. To get toned, you need larger muscles and less fat. Challenging your body through heavier lifting is a big part of this equation. Lifting heftier weights won’t transform you into a bodybuilder; achieving that look requires eating a high-calorie diet and a long-term power-lifting regimen. Try doing higher reps (12 to15) and lower weights for about four weeks and then switch to lifting heavier weights for fewer reps (8 to 10). Alternate your workouts month-to-month after that to keep the stress on the body constantly changing. Muscles respond to resistance, so if it’s too light, you won’t see good results.
Here is Your Weekend Workout. No Equipment Needed!
Warm up for 8 minutes by walking, jogging, biking. Stretch before are after workout.
Rest. Repeat 1- 3 times.
Do not begin an exercise program without your doctor’s permission.