Reshaping Your Body

 

Diet and exercise will always be vital when it comes to reshaping the body. There are no magic pills or shortcuts when it comes to physical transformation. However, there are ways to increase results by exercising and eating smarter. This doesn’t mean that one must starve themselves or exercise for several long and relentless hours. It completely has to do with knowing how one’s body functions in order to maximize the full potential of physical results.

 

Psychology of Eating

 

A person who is reshaping their body should aim to change things internally first. So, this is where diet comes in. Most people believe they must cut out all bad foods and go on a veggie only diet. This can create tension, stress, and resistance which makes the process much more unenjoyable. A person can still take pleasure from eating foods that tastes good. The main idea is that one shouldn’t over indulge. Moderation is key. So, prepackaging meals and measuring comes in handy. Some people don’t realize how many calories they have consumed until they hit the scale. However, preventative measures can be taken by measuring one’s food as habit. Eventually, it will become second nature.

 

To trick the mind, one can use smaller bowls and plates when they eat. Usually, people like to fill their bowls and plates up to feel like they are getting a full serving. However, if a person is using big plates and bowls, their serving sizes will be larger than usual and they will be consuming more calories than recommended. So, to keep meal sizes proportionate, one can replace their dishes with smaller plates.

 

Eat More Anti-Inflammatory

 

Some may get very annoyed by their lack of results when it comes to reshaping their body. Many experience water weight and feeling bloated, which can hide the actual physical results. To see more progress, consuming anti-inflammatory foods will be beneficial. Adding turmeric to meals as well as the consumption of ginger will suppress bloating.

 

Smarter Exercise with HIIT

 

HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training and has become quite popular. HIIT requires intervals of fast pace exercise followed by slow pace exercise. 30 minutes of HIIT can burn much more calories opposed to a full hour of regular cardio. It allows the heart to work a litter harder, increasing one’s overall metabolic rate.