Learn to Boost Metabolism

March 11, 2008 at 9:46 am Leave a comment

1. Practice morning cold hydrotherapy. First thing in the morning when you wake up, drink 1 full glass of very cold/ chilled water on an empty stomach. Then take your time to go for breakfast or wait for at least 30 minutes before having your breakfast. The cold water will force your body to raise its core temperature, thereby stimulating your metabolism. You can also do the same thing before lunch or dinner.

2. Drinks lots of water and eat 5 small meals a day. Muscles and other tissues are made up of approximately 0f 80-percent water. If you limit your water intake, the body will retain water and make you feel like the “queen or king of bloat.” It doesn’t take much It is similar when your body is put on a starvation mode. Your body will react by conserving energy by lowering metabolism and body weight will then increase. Therefore, eating 5 to 6 small meals a day is recommended for a long term weight management programme.

3. Exercise in the morning. If you can fit it into your schedule, exercise in the morning. People who exercise consistently in the morning find that exercise at this wee hours helps to regulate their appetite all day long. They don’t get as hungry and they start the day with a boost to the metabolism. Breakfast is a must for early birds especially.

4. Perform cardio interval training. Cardio interval training is simply short bursts of high-intensity exercise combined with more moderate intensity within the same workout. People who perform interval training twice a week (in addition to two other days of lower intensity cardio) lose twice as much weight as those who do just a moderate cardio workout. Your body will be working harder and will be forced to burn more calories. This is easily achievable in s spinning/ cycling in groups (RPM) class. During the class, the instructor will combine high and low intensities workout within the 50 minutes class.


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