How to regain your silhouette after the winter?
In just a moment you will have to drop your coats and jackets masking the extra pounds. It's high time to get back in shape after winter laziness - prepare your body for the upcoming spring. Take care of movement, proper diet, supplementation and good habits, and you will quickly see the effects and rebuild your self-confidence.
ACTION "WE THROW AWAY UNNECESSARY KILOGRAMS".
Winter is definitely the least favorable season for our figure. With the arrival of colder days we switch to the mode of eating sweets and spending free time at home. Our slim, fit bodies carved in the summer become just a memory, healthy salads are replaced by warm calorie dinners and water by hot chocolate. We are looking for justification in bad weather. Before we see it, there will be spring, sunshine, warmth, May weekend and the first visit to the beaches and lakes. And what to do now? How to return to shape before winter in fast or even express mode?
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN THE OPEN AIR
The weather is gradually becoming more pleasant. Although the temperature does not yet spoil so much, we can certainly say goodbye to the cold and cold air. So leave home and start moving, instead of looking for continuous excuses, enjoy the spring weather. There is still little traffic in parks and bicycle paths, it's an ideal time to start moving. You can start with traditional running, cycling or try out new outdoor activities. Noteworthy are long walks, climbing, Nordic walking, cycling or rollerblading - one of the most enjoyable sports you can do. Thanks to the rollers you can improve visual and motor coordination, strengthen the muscles of legs and buttocks. In addition, you speed up fat burning. It is also an element very important for the general physical condition of motoric preparation. During the recovery process we can also focus for some time on better motor preparation with the support of a professional trainer.
SPRING IS CONDUCIVE TO SLIMMING
It is difficult to lose weight in a more effective way than a reasonable and appropriate diet combined with regular physical activity. It is worth noting the statement that the diet should be varied and rich in all products, providing our body with vitamins and microelements necessary for the proper functioning of our body. Remember that regular meals play a very important role. We should eat every 3-4 hours. This will protect you from sudden hunger attacks and unfavourable fluctuations in blood glucose levels. The last meal should be taken no later than two hours before going to bed. It is also worth reducing the amount of simple sugars, animal fats, cholesterol and salt, which retains water in the body. Don't forget to hydrate your body. Drink 2-3 litres of water a day. It removes toxins from the body, it also transports nutrients to individual cells of the body and supports the maintenance of proper body temperature.