Have you ever wondered why fat always accrue to a certain part of the body? Science says that the distribution of fat is associated with certain health habits. Here are 5 laws of weight loss that will help you lose weight.
1. The abdominal area, buttocks and legs
Women usually get weight in the lower part of their body as a because of pregnancy. So, you need to start exercising for endurance in the lower body, so you should cycle or begin with a circular training.
2. The entire back, and the abdominal area from the chest
If you get weight in these areas, it means that you are consuming unhealthy foods, or skip meals, and then overeat. And it means that you are not enough physically active.In order to lose weight, you need to start consuming a healthy diet, and often have 5 meals during the day. These meals should be in reasonable amounts, and full in healthy foods, but not rich in calories. Also, you need to be more active, swim, run, exercise for your belly and back, and walk.
3. The abdominal area from the navel to the lumbar part of the back
If the belly is the area where excess fat is generally accumulated, it means that your body produces too much amounts of cortisol, the stress hormone.So, you need to involve in some exercise sessions, yoga or Pilates and start eating foods rich in minerals, fibers and vitamins.
But, if your belly is bloated all the time, it may be a cause of excess intake of alcohol or trouble breathing. In this case,lower the alcohol consumption, and talk to your doctor about your breathing difficulties.
If fat is usually placed on your forearms, hands, back, shoulders, chest, back or belly, it is another indication that you are physically passive and eat unhealthy foods.So, you need to make some changes in your dietary habits, and eat 500-1,000 calories every day, and exercise 5 times a week for 30 to 60 minutes. For best result, pick some active cardio exercises, and some sit-ups and push-ups to target the upper body area.
5. The area of the abdomen, thighs and buttocks
These areas are counted in the “critical zone” in women, and this means that in the majority cases, the accumulated excess weight in these body parts is because of a lack of physical activity. Hence, cycling, circular training as well as a lower body workout are also suggested in order to target these problematic areas.