How sport helps losing weight

The human body has long suffered from low-calorie diets. The studies have shown that such schemes are also harmful and unnecessary. To survive with a reduced number of calories the body decreases the metabolic rate and minimize the number of calories burned.

A study of women who took part in what kept a diet showed that they consumed daily by 350 calories less than when they ate normal.

When the person returns to a normal nutritional plan after diet, metabolic rate does not return to normal, but remains low. The body maintains low metabolic rate “intentionally” so to be able to rebuild fat reserves.

Unfortunately many of us are caught in repeated cycles of weight loss and weight gain. This is what is called “yo-yo diet” eat less and lose weight than you gain weight once you return to normal diet. Do not know the long term effects of this custom, but it looks like it makes weight loss more difficult at every attempt.

Another problem if you keep a low calorie diet is that you lose not only fat but also muscle. Through sports we can keep muscle intact. The goal is not only to exercise to burn calories.

Sport increases the metabolic rate and help burn calories faster, even in sleep. Also, studies have shown that for several hours after exercise, the body burns calories at the same speed as while working out. Thus, sport helps us prevent the body’s natural response to starvation.

If you exercise regularly you will be able to gain muscle mass rather than lose it. A moderate diet combined with exercise will help you gain a few pounds of muscle and lose a few pounds of fat.

Muscle tissue helps to metabolize fat. Those who keep a diet but don’t do sports lose muscle tissue, so eating less of fat in the body through the food intake.

Regular exercise has a positive effect on chemical substances secreted by our body.

There are still no clear evidence that physical activity would suppress hunger, but some people find that they have a reduced appetite in the few hours after exercise. It may be a purely psychological process, but it works for many people.

Activity should be chosen as to be both effective and enjoyable. Don’t forget that moderate exercise is helpful. You should not start to run like a marathoner. People who are overweight or obese can not do that.

A moderate exercise program, free of pain is more than beneficial. In fact, the sensation of pain is a sign that you should stop. When you feel pain in the muscles, there is a big chance to get injured, and muscle soreness that follows a program can prevent you to continue your exercises in the days ahead.

When you make a greater effort, it is recommended to take a break one day because your muscles need some time to heal. On the other hand exercises that do not stress the body very much, may be longer and can be applied more often.

Exercise helps the body eliminate toxins and improve digestive system activity. It is known that some exercise successfully combat constipation.

Cardiovascular exercises (those that make your heart beat faster) help you mantain a healthy heart, but strength exercises are also very helpful. Aerobic exercise (aerobics, tae-bo, running) will help you burn calories and eliminate excess water.

Many people believe that anaerobic exercise (force) are not helpful in the diet. Nothing more false! Anaerobic exercises strengthen your muscles and strong muscles consume more calories. Weightlifters diet contains up to 3500 calories a day, just because you can feed your muscles.

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