THE 4 COMMANDMENTS TO LOSE WEIGHT

If you try harder with your fitness and gym routine, you may not be able to lose weight, you may be following an inadequate training plan for yourself, or you may not mix the two fundamental aspects of the process: diet and  fitness and gym exercise.

Remember: Removing kilos of body fat is not only a matter of physical activity, but fundamentally of your diet, so correctly targeting your diet to training is fundamental to achieve good results.

It should be noted that a substantial part of losing weight is following the recommendations of your doctor, who along with your personal trainer, will help you achieve your fitness goals.

Whatever your motivation, aesthetic or health, if you follow these commandments to the letter we guarantee you excellent results.

YOU WILL TRAIN ACCORDING TO A WEEKLY PLAN

Do not think about getting results if you train once or twice a week. The ideal is to exercise four or five times a week and make that rhythm a routine. You should combine cardiovascular training with strength training and toning. Organize your week as you see fit! (Do not forget to consult with a trainer).

YOU WILL CHOOSE CARDIO WITHOUT IMPACT ABOVE ALL THINGS

We recommend doing cardiovascular exercises where you mobilize as much muscle mass with the least possible impact, for example: the elliptical, the oar, the treadmill and the static bicycle. This type of fitness and gym training will help you burn fats quickly and develop your stamina.

YOU WILL NOT LEAVE THE WEIGHTS ASIDE

As we mentioned above, your weight loss training should consist of cardio and strength. You can do sessions of free weights  , train in multiestaciones, use dumbbells, elastic bands and until doing crossfit. It all depends on your creativity and your desire! (And your coach’s plan).

YOU WILL BALANCE THE TIME, THE RHYTHM AND THE INTENSITY

Your cardiovascular training for at least 20 minutes, during that time you should do moderate to high intensity intervals . An example: Warm gently for 5 minutes, accelerate progressively and for 10 minutes work depending on your resilience, then slow down to return to calm for about 5 minutes.