People believe that the more that you workout, the more #weight
that one will lose. In reality, it is the food that you eat. As a doctor, my patients inform me that they will lose weight by increasing their workouts to two-a-days, which can be adaptable for a novice gym goer; however, some patients are not physically ready for this plan. So, stick with any kind of workout for 150 minutes per week as recommend by the #americanheartassociation
for the optimal cardiovascular health.
DISCIPLINE WITH FOOD will help you lose weight. For food, there are tons of food plans. This can be a daunting task so take it one step at a time. Start with calorie counting. I just started using @underarmour @myfitnesspal
and have been impressed with their tracker. The app provides the nutrients in every food: carbs, protein, sodium, vitamins, etc. In addition, there are plenty of simple-to-read nutrition articles.
Or, you can try this plan: track what you eat for a week and take the average. Then, reduce it by 200 calories per day. Use programs to determine what your target goal is. For instance, mine is 1500 calories (not including my workouts). With this information, I have reduced my serving sizes. Second, review the type of food that you are consuming. It should consist of 25% protein (turkey, chicken, fish, tofu, 2 eggs, peanut butter), 25% starchy (potatoes, brown rice, whole wheat pasta, dried beans), and 50% non-starch vegetables (spinach, carrots, asparagus, tomatoes, kale, broccoli, cauliflower), and 1 fruit (apples)..... Above, it only took 20 minutes to prep the salmon and mix with spinach & cucumbers & light dressing #health #tips #instafood #cleaneating #eatclean #osteopathic #ninjatraining #weightloss #athletes #functionaltraining #streetworkout #calisthenics
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