Weight loss can be a nightmare task; it can take months and months of hard labor. Hitting the gym every couple of days, eating an endless supply of lettuce and avoid your favorite takeaway can be difficult.
If you are coming up to a big event and want to squeeze into that dress, or even if you are just looking to lose the pounds for the holidays; losing weight rapidly is what we all crave. And there are some simple lifestyle changes you can implement to make your dreams come to fruition much quicker.
If you talk to anyone that’s getting into fitness and ask them their goals, most of them will come back with the same thing; I want a strong core. So, they start doing crunches, planks, and loads of other ab workouts as they believe this will enable them to have a strong core.
It seems like most of us are in a constant cycle of weight loss. There’s always a holiday that we need to tone up for, there is always something we need to fit in, there’s always a dress size too small for us. We are in this cycle simply because we always seem to be looking for short term results. Why do we want to slim down for a holiday when toning up for life will have much better results? Maybe we just need a small goal for big results? Maybe it makes it that much easier for us? Possibly, but look at diets – most diet plans are temporary measures. We need lifestyle changes if we want, well – changes for our life! If we want long term results, we need to make big changes, through the small things we do each day.
Building up your strength is an important way to take care of your body and your health. You will be stronger, have better posture, and will fit your clothes better too. But for women especially, there are endless reasons why using strength training can be beneficial. It can help mental health as well as physical, as it can act as a release or a stress buster. So why should women be hitting the gym and doing strength training? If those reasons, weren’t enough, here are some workouts that women especially need to be doing. So why not give them a try next time you’re out in the gym?