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Eating small meals every 2-3 hours will increase your metabolism and reduce fat storage. Make sure that these are healthy meals containing balanced amounts of protein, carbohydrates and fat.
During your workouts do exercises that incorporate compound movements rather than simple ones. This will not only help in burning more calories, but will also tone more muscle at once!
Fat free foods, when eaten in excess, will still be stored as fat! Fat free cookies and crackers are made up of a whole lot of SUGAR! The secret is out! Sugar is just as fattening of a substance than fat itself, when eaten in excess.
Pump some iron! Did you know that 1 lb of muscle burns 30-50 calories per day, while 1 lb of fat only burns about 9 calories per day? The more muscle your body contains the more calories you burn each day.
Make a habit of weighting and measuring yourself monthly and tracking your gains and losses. This will prevent gradual weight gain from creeping up when you least expect it.
Millions of people drink an average of 2 regular soft drinks a day, which is a total of 300 calories. When you add these extra 300 calories up over a year, the result will be over 15kg of weight gain!
The easiest way to effortlessly lose weight is to not eat three hours before bed. By doing so, you will reduce the amount of fat your body stores throughout the night.
Ranil Harshana,BS,DFN, CPT, CGFT, PES, CES, CSSC, SET,SSN, FTS, MMASC,(USA),REIKII(Level 2), KAPAP(Level 2) is the founder and creator of TennisBPM(R) (Body Performance Matrix) and www.LiveFitOnline.com with over 20 years experience in Personal Training, High Performance , conducting seminars , workshops, celebrity clients,Olympic/Paralympic athletes, Corporate clients, educating and training Coaches,Trainers & Athletes in Tennis, Combat sports, Martial arts, Baseball,Cricket, Athletics & Extreme Sports