Monday, November 10, 2014

Walking for Weight Loss

Walking for Weight Loss

Walking for Weight Loss

Many people start running to lose weight. Because running one of the most intensive exercises, it is very suitable to burn calories and lose some pounds.

Healthy eating is the first step

If you want to lose weight by walking know that you only lose weight if you burn more calories than you shoot there. To lose a kilo through exercises burn about 3600 calories. So you have to combine healthy eating with a healthy diet. Runners have special nutritional requirements but the basic principles for healthy eating still apply. Try smaller portions of high-fat and high-calorie foods to eat and try to eat more grains, fruits and vegetables.
A common mistake made by runners is that they overcompensate for the calories burned by eating more and relish. Some runners will result in spite of their training. One way to prevent this is to keep a food diary. It writes everything you eat and this few weeks. By what you eat in a day you can see better where you have your diet, or modify. It keeps you on the right track because you will think before you stop that chocolate-covered donut in your mouth twice.

Walk regularly

If you want to lose weight by walking will not be able to continue running once a week. It is best to every day something active to do but if that is not possible, is it appropriate to do sport at least 3 to 4 times a week.

Keep it challenging

Speed ​​in your training or interval training (walking at a fast pace for a short time intervals) in your routine integration can also help you to lose weight. Tempo running burns a large amount of calories in a short time interval. You also increase your muscle mass and get a better condition.

Food for training

If you run regularly and you are training for a long distance, then the proper diet is very important.Skipping meals makes you train without sufficient fuel for your muscles. You should not pay attention to calories before, during (if necessary) and immediately after your intense and long workouts. These are crucial times when nutrition is important for your performance and recovery.

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