With the festive season around, maintaining our fitness schedule is the biggest task ever. It seems almost impossible to be in shape but there are ways that can help remain fit and surpass your fats. All you need is a little precaution and a little more dedication (actually, this is the key, you know 😉 ) Let us have a look at the various weight management tips that can help you with your fitness schedule during the festive season.
Fitness & Weight Management Tips during Festive Season
- Drink lots & lots of water: Well, whether it’s festive season or regular days, this is the first and foremost mantra to follow in order to keep your fitness and weight management schedules on track! During the festive season, we get so much indulge in the work that taking care of ourselves is the last thing on mind. Don’t forget that 70% of our body is made up of water. Thus, water is the easiest way to get in the shape without much of the workout. 3 glasses of water in the morning, 1 glass after bathing and 1 after every subsequent hour during the day will help u to maintain your daily fitness. For fast results, avoid any water intake after 9 in the evening.
- Morning walk is the best exercise overall: With abundant of work, it is almost next to impossible to go to a gym. But do you know that even 30 minutes of morning walk can help you retrench your belly fat? if not, know it now. Infact, this is no exercise better than the morning walk!
- Grab a buddy to do exercise with u: It becomes quite monotonous to workout alone, especially during the festive season when your mind thinks of so many things at a single time. Thus, it is advisable to find a buddy partner to do exercise with you. With a buddy partner, you would definitely feel energetic and motivated.
- Set a suitable routine: Set an appropriate healthy routine for yourself during these celebration seasons and adhere to it. A pre-specified goal to achieve will definitely keep you stick to it.
- Learn to say “NO”: Sometimes we are too hesitant to say ‘NO’ and end up eating a lot of unhealthy food which we regret later. Don’t eat under pressure and learn the habit of saying ‘NO’.
- Limited sugar intake: Alas, this is the first thing that everyone offers during the festive season. Try to avoid sugar intake as much as u can as it is the main source of belly fat.
- Avoid cheesy items: During the festive seasons when so many unavoidable calories already reach your body, it is always preferable to avoid some add-ons. Items like cheese or cheesy items have abandon of calories that take a long time to burn.
- Don’t eat late at night: Avoid eating late at night as it disturbs the digestive system.
- Be friends with healthy foods: Always shake your hands with healthy food habits. Eat lots & lots of dates, fruits, green vegetables, nuts, sprouts etc. to endeavor your goal.
- Spend some time with yourself: Spend times with yourself help you connect with your body. Think and imagine the healthy you, analyze what can help keep ypu healthy and fit, what should you eat or avoid, etc. This will not only help you to be determined but also reduce your frequent hunger too.
- Record all what you eat during the day: It sounds funny but it really works. Jot down on a paper all that you eat during the day. At the end of the day, you would find many things in your diet that you should have avoided. Agreed, jotting down cannot set this right for that day but yes, it can surely help you decide what to avoid the next day.
- Choose any one detox: Most importantly, during these festivities, choose any one detox for you. This way your daily unhealthy intake does not affect your body much. There are many types of detox that you can adopt. For example, take one glass of water with jeera or cinnamon powder or ambla juice or methi dana. You choose any one of these as all of them are full of potential to keep you fresh and energetic during the day.
I have already revealed lots of fitness mantras to help you keep fit and in shape this festive season. I hope you will make benefit out of it!
Let’s keep ourselves healthy & Fit!!!
Happy Festivities 🙂