IF losing weight is your goal, how should you exercise? A fantastic article from Women Health Tips offers answers to which fitness plans are best for sustainable, healthy weight loss and how to cope with the increased appetite that comes from working out.
“…the downside is that exercise can increase your appetite, which explains why some people tend to overeat, specifically high-fat foods, after workouts, reports a 2011 British study published in the Journal of Obesity.”
“The general consensus from experts, according to the Mayo Clinic, is that cutting calories is more important than exercise for weight loss. However, that doesn’t mean you should toss your gym membership in the trash. Working out is still crucial to getting and staying in shape. Over time, you’ll get to a point where you won’t be so ravenous after a vigorous run or spin class. Studies show that exercise can actually decrease your brain’s responsiveness to food. If you can resist the initial urge to gorge on General Tso’s chicken post-workout, your brain will eventually ignore that ‘“food as reward”’ signal.”
Woman Health Tips also addresses the question that every person wonders about at some point:
“So what approach to exercise will help you whittle down your waistline in the long haul? The best, most effective answer is the one that you’ll do consistently.”
To read the full article and see what Woman Health has to say about different types of exercise programs, visit http://womanhealthtips.top/what-are-the-best-fitness-plans-for-weight-loss/.
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