Try Walking to Your Ideal Body Weight and Fat Loss

by Babs ‘O’ Reilly
(Miami Beach, Florida, USA)

Fat loss is not something that is easy to do. First, you need to know what kinds of regimens are good for your body, since not all fat loss regimens will work for you.

You may have an underlying liver or kidney condition, and this could keep you from being able to digest large amounts of protein in a meal. This would therefore exclude you from any diet that involves removing carbohydrates completely and replacing them with proteins.

Second, you need to have the approval of your doctor before you engage in any drastic weight loss measures. You may need to exercise using only low impact procedures, since doing anything more energetic may tax on your circulatory system.

Third, you need to do a lot of research on your own before you even try a fat loss regimen.

There are some things that you can do when you are hoping to lose fats. One thing to remember is that your body needs a good and balanced diet, so stay away from fast food and go for more fresh fruit and vegetables. Second, you need to exercise and build up your stamina.

Walking is a good way to start burning your fat. There are many ways that you can use walking as a form of exercise, and here are a few tips that you can use to keep your exercise regimen manageable.

Try walking without limits first: see how far you can walk in thirty minutes without getting tired, and record this as your personal best. Your next step is to break your personal best, but only very slightly.

Do this and build your stamina every day, and slowly, literally taking life one step at a time and breaking personal records. You will need to reward yourself for your efforts, but don’t go for sweets or a lot of fatty food as your reward.

Try watching a movie, going to a museum, or doing more walking as a reward and see how your body responds!

Always drink a lot of water. This is especially true in the summer, when you are walking out in the heat, concentrating on your pace that you forget your body’s need for water. Constantly rehydrate your body so that you do not turn your workout into torture.

Lastly, ask your doctor about the feasibility of walking for fat loss, and if he or she can recommend limits for you. You may need to watch your heart rate in order to have a good time walking, all while losing weight.

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Updated: October 31, 2012 — 3:14 am

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