Some simple changes in our daily life will help us to be super fit and healthy. The crux of the idea is to repeatedly train your brain to make healthy choices so often that it becomes a habit. Now all of us already have a daily routine in which we have a specific time to wake up, eat breakfast, take a shower, etc.
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All we have to do to make our daily activities such as these to induce weight loss into our system is to add a few things to them here and there. There is a fairly simple way to manipulate your routine to lose those extra calories. What follows is a systemic list of tweaks introduced throughout your day.
Wake up at 7:00 am and start the day with a tall glass of water at room temperature. You can then follow it up with a cup of green tea. Morning time is the best time to workout before other time pressures come in the way. This can be a quick 10-minute workout too!
Here are 4 exercises that you can do without any equipment while getting ready or just before hitting the shower.
Jumping Jack: 40 reps 2 sets
Wall Push up 25 reps 2 sets
Walking lunges: 20 reps each side 2 sets
Mountain climber: 20 reps each side 2 sets.
Eat a filling breakfast that is more than just cornflakes and eats at least a portion of fruit with your breakfast. A healthy lunch includes low-fat protein, fiber, fresh veggies, whole grains, and fruit for dessert and you can start your meal with a glass of water and follow it up with a salad before you head to the main course. At 5 p.m. sip some green tea which has been shown to suppress your appetite and increase your metabolism. Try to do evening walk because physical activity not only helps you stay fit but also helps relieve stress. At 7 p.m. eat a small snack like fruit and at 8:00 p.m. dinner should be done, after that relax, think about the day that has gone by and plan your day ahead.
At 11 p.m. hit the sack and getting enough sleep is proven to help with weight loss.