Are you tired of wearing bulky clothes, feeling ashamed of your appearance, or hiding behind your friends in group photos? Get in shape for spring break with these fitness tips from Team Dee’s in Las Vegas, NV.
- Follow An Eating Plan
- Keep A Food & Fitness Journal
- Eat Mindfully
- Increase Your Cardio Exercises
- Try Strength Training
- Drink More Water
- Hire A Personal Trainer
1. Follow An Eating Plan
Meal planning can help you keep track of what nutrients you’re consuming while staying within your calorie goals. It can help you save time and money, too, because you’ll know precisely what and how much food to buy and cook.
2. Keep A Food & Fitness Journal
Recording your exercises and meals can help you stay accountable. Looking back at a written record of all the healthy choices you’ve made can help you feel good about yourself and motivate you to continue making more healthy choices in the future.
3. Eat Mindfully
Before each meal, take several deep breaths and observe your food with all five senses. Take some time to fully appreciate the flavors and textures as you chew slowly and thoroughly. This practice of eating slower can help you eat less, feel full faster, and derive more pleasure out of eating.
Do you tend to eat when you’re stressed, sad, bored, tired, or lonely? By identifying these emotions and finding different ways of coping with them, you can make sure you’re only eating when you’re truly hungry.
4. Increase Your Cardio Exercises
When you’re trying to lose weight, cardio offers the fastest way to burn calories. Add some running, cycling, jump roping, swimming, or rowing exercises to your spring break workout routine for a fun and effective way to burn off that pesky fat.
5. Try Strength Training
Strength training is just as important as cardio when it comes to building a slim body. Increasing your muscle tissue can boost your metabolism so that you burn more calories throughout the day. It can also help you look lean and toned rather than “skinny-fat.”
6. Drink More Water
If you’re chronically dehydrated, your body may start to store any extra water, leading to bloating and slight weight gain. Furthermore, if you don’t drink enough water, you might be more inclined to reach for high-sugar, high-calorie sodas and juices, which can sabotage your weight loss efforts.
If you really want to drink something flavorful, try unsweetened coffees, teas, or fruit-infused water.
7. Hire A Personal Trainer
A personal trainer can offer you tried-and-true dietary and fitness advice. At Team Dee’s, we can help you eat right, lose weight, get fit, and tone up for spring break. With over three decades of competitive bodybuilding experience, Dee Bloom can help you.
- Stay Accountable
- Set Realistic Goals
- Train Safely
- Create A Personalized Diet Plan
- Push Your Limits
Hire A Personal Trainer For Spring Break
Are you ready to get fit through personal training? Call today to schedule a consultation with fitness and bodybuilding expert Dee Bloom in Las Vegas, NV.