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Weight Loss Plans

Develop Your Weight Loss Plans

If your weight loss plan includes looking lean and cut then thinking of your body as a machine that needs fuel can benefit your weight loss goals. Having a nice display of muscle details throughout your physique while not looking thin and depleted is the goal of most dieters. There are fat reduction programs that are shocking at the rapid speed you can reach your goal. Thinking of your body as a machine that needs fuel, can make your endeavor a success. As the body ages, one problem is that the rate at which fat is metabolized by muscles tends to drop as we age. This is known as basal fat oxidation. As fat oxidation drops, fat burning slows down and more fat piles up on the hips or droops from the midsection. What can be done to prevent fat-oxidation rates from dropping? Bolster muscle mass. Researchers recently studying a large group of normal women, aged 18 to 73, the researchers found that the best anticipator of the decline in fat-burning was the depletion of muscle composition not aerobic endurance. Losing muscle tissue causes the calorie-burning to die down much more hurriedly, compared with getting older or reduced fitness. Women can hold or even reverse the affinity for fat oxidation to quit with age simply by building up their muscle masss. Continuing high fat-eating rates would make it hard to develop a big tummy or thunder thighs and would improve athletic performances. Weight conditioning two to three times a week for 30-45 minutes will end up with a stronger, healthier you. Eat six small meals spread evenly  during the day.  Eating food intake every 2 1/2 to 3 hours provides a host of metabolism-enhancing benefits such as: Better hunger control Better glycogen storage in the liver and muscle tissues Adequate fuel storage in the body to adequately fulfill the body’s momentary fuel needs Improved gastrointestinal transit time from the stomach to the tissues. You should eat whether you feel like eating or not. Hunger signals a deficit of nutrients. Everyone always want to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to adequate cellular nutrition. Boost your carbohydrate intake. A strict carb intake of only baked potatoes or white rice isn’t advised. Vary your diet by eating more carbs that metabolize slower – yams, sweet potatoes, brown rice and assorted grains. Increasing intake of salads and vegetables. Vegetables require more energy to process, a few vegetables require more energy to process than the energy they contain. To keep your body working optimally, vary your carbs. To keep your metabolism working,  vary your intake of carbs. take in the usual amount of carbs your diet calls for on day one; day two, lower carbohydrate intake by 250 calories (62.5 grams), on day three, increase carbohydrates over your daily level by 250 calories, day four, return to your standard intake of carbs. For additional surprise to your metabolism, suddenly drop your carbohydrate intake by 500 calories every now and then. A weight loss plan that keeps your body guessing will prevent your body from going into a state of homeostasis. Soup-up your aerobic furnace- by varying the intensity of your aerobic workouts. After a good warm-up, add a few short bursts of speed to increase your heart rate up a little higher for a minute or two. Then decrease your speed and recover at your normal pace. Called interval training adds variety, burns more calories, doesn’t allow your body to sink into a training rut, and increases your cardiovascular fitness level. Drink Lots. A muscle cell is 70 percent water. If you want to get a lean and hard body, plenty of water is key. Water is essential for metabolism. The metabolism of carbohydrates to energy won’t take place efficiently without plenty of fluids. Without water, muscle cells won’t load with glycogen or deliver amino acids to muscle tissue. The process of mobilizing fate hydrolysis requires plenty water to break down fat, much of which is stored just under the dermis. Hydrolyzing the fat just under the skin gives the lean, defined look seen in bodybuilders. Intake enough protein each 24 hour period. To reduce muscle mass decline get enough protein delivered evenly throughout the course of each day. To determine the amount of protein to intake daily use the body weight at which you think you would look good if you were lean. Multiply that number by 0.8 grams. If your realistic weight would be, 170 pounds, the 24 hour requirement is 136 grams of protein, which translates into 27 grams per meal on a 5 meal a day weight loss plan. Stop starving yourself. Many studies show that dieting has both physiological and psychological results. Food deprivation is a signal for your body to hoard fat. Food restriction has been known to cause binge eating in previously ordinary eaters. Change-up your workout routine. Mentally, the same workout routine, week after week, has the potential to cause burnout and boredom. Physiologically, your body needs change to avoid hitting a wall and reducing results. Change the workout a little after 4-6 weeks. Vary the type of activities you’re doing, change up the order of your exercises, the intensity and reps of your workouts. Combining these suggestions to your weight loss plan, keeps your fat furnace burning.

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