Lose weight without going crazy at the gym (and without starving yourself)? If possible
In this 'healthy' era, where the sport More than something healthy, it has become an obligation and a synonym of posture, there are still people who are not attractive about spending hours and hours doing cardio, HIIT or sticking to the mat. Wow, the people who have always hated sports. This does not mean, dear reader, that you do not have to move; there are many ways to exercise. Taking long walks every day, choosing a discipline that we like, such as dancing or practicing yoga if we enjoy them would already count as physical exercise.
The problem is that in the 2.0 world we live in, becoming 'fit' beings has evolved into almost an obligation. But it is not: the truth is that if you don't like sports, you don't like it. It is totally acceptable that you do not save every direct of 'full body' on Instagram or that you do not have weights and a thousand tights at home. Now that the heat arrives, the quarantine has wreaked havoc on our weight and we want to see ourselves better, going on a diet is the only way out (or rather a way in) to get into our favorite jeans. And most of the diets include a lot of physical exercise, something that is not for everyone.
Todd Parker, a physiologist and strengthening and conditioning specialist, says in the book 'The sports nutrition guide' that "weight loss is generally between 75-80% due to diet, and only 20-25% due to exercise." So the key to weight loss is in food and not so much in sports. We are only talking about numbers on the scale. In the event that you wanted to gain muscle or tone your silhouette, sports would be essential. But if what you want is to lose weight without becoming a VIP in the gym and with a balanced diet, there are some guidelines that you can follow and that are not focused on spending three hours a day doing spinning, as some of the most fashionable latest disciplines dictate. .