Getting ready for swimsuit season

By Gabriella Diesendorf
We all dream of the perfect body, tight stomach and toned legs, but when we need to start doing something about it, that is when the problem occurs. Something is always more important than trainings, healthy diet and well-balanced lifestyle. Nevertheless, those are some of the most important factors that influence our body shape. If you have finally decided to start taking care of your body, and you want to achieve a fit look in a healthy way, these suggestions will help you do it.

Training

It is essential you put your body in the move as much as possible, especially since the swimsuit season is approaching. Every little step you make will count. Therefore, turn the music on and start dancing. Zumba classes are perfect for people who like to dance and lose weight at the same time. Additionally, avoid elevators and climb up the stairs at work.

training

Push-ups are perfect swimsuit preparing exercise. It targets six muscles at once: biceps, triceps, abs, deltoids, and gluteal muscles. Do the exercise by starting with a bent-knee push-up, and make sure a trainer is present during your training so that you could do the exercise in a right way.
Squats are number one exercise for the butt and thighs. Squat against a wall into an invisible chair, and make sure to keep your knees over your ankles, and feet should be hip-width apart. Finally, squeeze your abs in order to avoid arching your back. For best results do three sets of 8-12 repetitions.
Pilates is many women’s favourite exercise, precisely because it strengthens the core of the body – back and abs. One of the exercise that is especially beneficial requires you lie on the floor and gently start lifting your legs and arms, as if you were trying to straight up and sit. Hold this pose so that you can tighten the muscles in your back and tummy simultaneously. One set of 8-12 repetitions will be the most beneficial.
It is essential you stretch and warm up before you start your training, so that you do not get injured. If your body is not fully prepared for the workout, you could end up with a broken bone, sprain muscle or even something much worse. If you do, however, hurt yourself worry not because there are numerous medical supplies Sydney has to offer, and you will be able to take care of the injury in no time.

Cut Down on Calories and Go for Vitamins

All of the workout will be useless if you do not stop eating carbs, and sugars. Avoid fast food, and refrain from eating snacks while watching TV. Food with most carbohydrates include white rice, white pasta, white bread, and sugar.
Foods you should be eating is the one that can help slow the digestive process, and this includes food rich in fibre and proteins, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Not only do fibres curb your appetite, but also prevent constipation and bloating. Furthermore, eating fibre rich food will make your belly look flatter. Your stomach will feel full for longer amount of time and it will send a message to your brain that you no longer need to eat.

Vitamin

Salads are the perfect alternative for more fattening meals, because they can really help you get full without eating too much caloric food. However, not all salads are low in calories, so avoid those that contain dressings, oils, croutons, bacon bits, and cheese. Instead, choose the ones with vibrant vegetables, such as spinach and peppers in order to have a perfect nutritious meal.
Overall, what you need to do in order to achieve the perfect swimsuit body, is workout regularly and eat healthy. These suggestions will help you plan your diet and make an exercise schedule so that you can start getting into shape. Good luck!

Gabriella

Gabriella Diesendorf is a freelance writer from Australia and a devoted mother. She loves badgering about beauty, green lifestyle choices and parenting techniques, and if you mention attachment parenting or natural makeup she will bore you to death. She is a regular contributor at High Style Life.

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