Abs Are Made in the Kitchen; Not in the Gym

Abs Are Made in the Kitchen; Not in the Gym

Keep on exercising, running, working out; but if you are eating too much of baked stuff, oily food, taking less protein then nothing is going to work for you!

Balanced diet & workouts complement each other. 2017 resolution of the healthy & fit body requires controlling food habits. If you are running too much & consuming too much sugar later; then there is no chance that your abs will develop… The fat needs to be reduced around the stomach region for the abs to become visible!

Abs Are Made in the Kitchen; Not in the Gym

Understand your body – what it needs, what exercises effect the body structure…Nuture your body; do not punish it by starving, or pinching the bulky fat protuding out.

Common mistakes that you are making:

Not having anything post workout- Post workout the body is glucose depleted, hence consume foods rich in high glycemic index – fruit juices, halwa, bread.

No Control over fatty foods- Working out doesn’t give you total approval of consuming fatty foods at any point. The cravings need to be controlled; & it is recommended to consume calorific foods once a week.

Diet Poor in Fibres- A fibre rich foods boost the metabolism & improve the functionality of the digestive system. Fruits (eat with the skin), vegetables are rich in fibre. Oats are an excellent source of soluble fibres.

Irregular Working Out Patterns- Working out when you feel like will not give fruitful results. It is recommended  to work out 150 minutes a week; and if you are looking to lose some weight, then workout for 210 minutes for better results.

Abs Are Made in the Kitchen; Not in the Gym

Work out Regularly

Being too rigid about the weighing scale- The weighing balance shows a number- this depends on many factors like bone density, water retention capacity. Every body is different & needs a different nourishment style.

Late Night Dinners- A common way to lose weight is to skip meals & then consume too much in the evening. Hold on!! This is making things worse; have your dinner not late than 2 hours post sunset. The body is winding up its digestion work & preparing for hormone repair & rejunevation. Filling yourself with too much food is a NO-NO

No desserts/calorific food post 4pm.

No enough Proteins-If you are seriously working out & want to get faster & better results, supplement your body with proteins, it allows muscles to grow. There are plenty of pulses, dairy product, eggs available to rely on!

Abs Are Made in the Kitchen; Not in the Gym

Do your plank for 30secs-1min (3 sets)

These are the top 7 mistakes that people usually commit. It is vital to understand the nutritional importance of food & it is necessary to understand your own body & its requirement.

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Author: Akansha Dalmia

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