Best tips to Lose Weight During WintersBy Harshita Sehgal - 12 January 2018
Winters are equal to sluggishness, and a super lazy life. Everything gets slower and somewhere down the line we all end up ignoring our health. We don’t feel like getting out of bed or going for a walk or jog plus the availability of greasy food makes it easier to put on weight. The cold and shorter days also make it harder to follow the workout regime, making winters unhealthy! But don’t worry, here are our tried and tested tips to winter weight loss:
• Shorten your session
Never miss your workout, but you can surely shorten the time. It is better to do fewer exercises than skipping them. Instead of missing the gym you can opt to do various quick workouts. Winter season is the best for some healthy sweat without exhaustion.
• Move more, eat less
Make this your fitness mantra for the winter season. Winters days are too much fun, with a lot of eating. But you must be aware of the right proportion of your diet. Eat less when you know that you won’t be working out regularly. Try to take a short walk after your meals in winters.
• Add proteins to your meal
Include proteins on your plate as they help you feel full for a longer period of time, thus reducing hunger levels. Also, it helps in stabilizing the blood sugar levels. If you exercise less in winters, then do not forget to maintain your diet. You must consume proteins than the ratio of fats and carbs in your meal.
• Indoor activities
Make good use of these cold days by doing indoor workout activities. You can do Zumba, aerobics, play table tennis, or Yoga. Moreover, the easiest way can be dancing to your favorite tunes. All this can help you lose weight.
• Don’t forget to wear your tracker
In winters, you might not attend your gym classes consistently, so your indoor activities or movements matter. Hence, do not forget to wear your calories tracker; you might not be using it but start using it now. With it, you can track your weight loss.
Start using these tips and shed some weight in winters.