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Stay In Shape After Weight Loss

   By: Versha Chugh

With the healthcare industry coming up with newer programs and medications to aid the obese, people are also experimenting with different options to control their weight gain.

Overweight people try out different diet plans, diet pills, exercises, and they also join Weight Control Programs to lose their weight. They often succeed with their objective, but only to put it all back again once the dieting fever is over.

After significant weight loss, it becomes very important to pursue an exercise regimen strictly. Exercise is crucial to keep your muscles firm and helps tighten the skin. The diet plans must be followed even after losing weight. One of the biggest drawbacks to a substantial weight loss is the flabby skin that is visible and which often takes months to disappear.

The best way to maintain palpable weight loss is to keep on exercising daily as a routine. Daily work-out is an excellent way to lose weight and burn fat, improve fitness and boost energy levels. Jogging or walking is considered one of the best exercises for strengthening bones, controlling weight, and balancing your body. It stimulates the mind, increases self-esteem and a sense of achievement which can add a new dimension to your day.

How much your skin tightens depends on various factors: your age, length of time the skin was stretched; how much weight you lost (and to some extent how fast you lost it), and the amount of elasticity in your skin. Another contributing factor is the genes.

Regular work-out helps your body by tightening and toning up the skin and your muscles. It definitely improves and shows up on your appearance.
For stomach, the best option is to maximize the metabolic rate. In trivial terms, metabolic rate is defined as “how fast we burn the calories we consume.” Our body burns calories 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Our individual metabolic rates depend upon factors like whether we are at rest or we are active, and when we ate last. The way to maximize the number of calories we burn each day is not to give up sleep but to maximize our metabolic rate while we are active.
Every study pertaining to weight control has laid stress on the fact that the people who are most active are most successful in sustaining weight loss. Most scientists agree that exercise is the single best interpreter of weight maintenance success.
An equally important way is to seek and encourage the support of friends and family. Include them wherever possible in the healthier aspects of your new life. Support is extremely essential for anyone with weight loss and fitness related goals.
Hence the baseline is to burn more calories than you consume, by either reducing your caloric intake, or increasing your daily activity as you lose weight; so by the time you get to your goal weight, you can keep it off with your activity.
The end result is a great start of long term weight-loss plan and a healthier you!

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