training at the gym to loose weight

Exercise is one of the most important activities that every human being has to do to stay healthy.

However, it is impossible to lose weight and get in shape without knowing which exercises really work. You need a proven system that works, including cardiovascular exercise and stretching, etc. The more you understand how to workout to lose weight, the better the results with fewer injuries.
The best gym workouts to lose weight is the combination of cardio, weightlift and stretching workout practices. This article contains proven exercises that you can do to effectively lose weight. Below, we will check them out.

 Cycling

cyclette at gym

Cycling session in gym workouts is just like riding a bicycle. It’s done in the gym with a stationary bicycle. A normal cycling session usually takes between 30 and 60 minutes, but a shorter session for beginners is recommended.

 Yoga

yoga at the gym

Yoga is a very effective exercise to reduce fat and strengthen the abdominal muscles. Yoga will stimulate brain cells, relax your body, eliminate the effects of stress, reduce blood pressure, help you lose weight and make you feel peace. Special yoga poses, such as lying down, sitting and standing poses are great for strengthening the abdominal muscles and losing weight.

Treadmill Workouts

using treadmill at gym

Treadmill workouts are superior to other exercise equipment used indoors because it is very useful for losing weight and burning calories. In a treadmill exercise program, you will be devoted to exercises, ranging from running, walking, slow jogging to fast jogging, depending on your exercising habits.

There are also many treadmills, which will give you a chance to lose body weight on a certain part of your body. Treadmill workouts are definitely a good way to lose weight and stay healthy, but it is necessary that you complement the exercise with a good diet.
On the other hand, It is important you consult your doctor before taking any treadmill workout as there have been cases of people suffering from heart failure during or immediately after treadmill workouts.

Deadlift

Deadlift

Deadlift is the most important gymnastic exercise. It exercises almost every part of your body, including your legs, back, and arms. Deadlift mainly focus on your back and forearms. They also work great on your abdominal muscle, so when you are lifting, you can lose weight and get six packs.

Squatting

squatting at gym

The squat workout is the only exercise that works on every leg muscles. Squats are essential for muscle growth in other areas of your body too because when you do that, the level of testosterone will increase. High testosterone is important because the higher the testosterone, the more your muscles will grow. This will also allow you to lose excess weight.

Stretching

Stretching helps restore body shape by maintaining healthy blood flow to our body and helps increase fat burning metabolism. This type of exercise will keep our muscles fresh, flexible and ready for strength training.


Final thoughts
It is also recommended that you exercise in a standard gym and hire a fitness instructor to help you find a better exercise plan.

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Mirko Francioni
Mirko Francioni

Mirko is for people who knows him well a true motivator and inspirer. He has been the driving force in projects such as a wellness center in Thailand, a corporate on-line travel agency and membership club with over 120,000 members worldwide. Mirko has created a strong professional reputation as one of the leaders in the hospitality and fitness & recreation industries.​

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happy motivation day

Eating a few cakes probably won’t dent your fat loss goals for the year (if it’s a one off) but it will affect how you feel right now today.

Almost all of us think of improving our health and fitness as an ongoing journey which it is but where many of us slip is we tend to think of everything as a future benefit or goal i.e. we are losing weight to be 10lbs lighter by a wedding or 20lbs loss over the year. It’s vital to have targets, be it short , medium or long term. The issue is we tend to not think about how this benefits us today. It’s a process known as “delay discounting” where the further out the reward is the more we discount it.

For example eating a few cakes probably won’t dent your fat loss goals for the year (if it’s a one off) but it will affect how you feel right now today.

The trick is to try and make the reward more immediate – so that walk in the park will make you feel more energized TODAY, it will get you feeling better TODAY and so becomes a positive event with an immediate positive impact on health and wellbeing TODAY. If you try to make it a daily goal then those days add up and become a week of beneficial activity – which then becomes a month and so on. This makes hitting those medium and long term goals much easier.

This feeds through not just to fitness but to having a little ‘you’ time, reading maybe, or doing something nice for yourself, or focusing on a task at work – it has many variations but the concept remains the same.

When approaching a task it’s better to break it down – into small pieces that are easier to handle just like a child does with food. By adopting this approach you value yourself right here and now – and I am positive it will make a big difference. You often hear people say they try and live one day at a time – it allows you to appreciate the present so try and think like this. Motivate yourself by knowing you can make a difference with your fitness today!

What makes a big difference for you? Do you have you own “way around” it?

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Franco defines itself as a person trapped in a sedentary lifestyle, however, he is an avid fitness "addict" and like, many more in his environment spends vast parts of his leisure time on a gym, running, cycling.