If you are the type of person that says, “I want to lose weight,” you may want to rethink the phrase. (I know I had to.) What you really mean is that you want to lose fat. Not all weight is the same; there is the weight of our bones, organs skin and hair (none of those we want to lose, thank you very much), the weight of our muscle (the more the better, muscle is super calorie-burning) and then there is fat weight, which while it weighs less than muscle, is what can make us look soft and feel squidgy.
I’m definitely more open to have a little more fat on my bones, thanks to the body positivity message, but I’m also aware that a little fat loss can be great for your health and, for some, your confidence. Each to their own. If fat loss is your aim then we can help, below are seven tactics that will spike your fat loss, fast. Keep scrolling to ignite your fat-burning potential…
The Belly-Fat Buster
Book a Fat Burning Workout
Is LISS (low-intensity steady state cardio), weight training or HIIT (high-intensity interval training) better for fat loss? We're busy, so we want to get the best bang for our buck. There's a ton of mixed messages out there, but luckily we reveal the best fat-burning workouts here.
Start Protein Pacing
really help. Essentially you want to up your protein intake to help build muscle. But protein is super filling, partly because it’s dense but also because it signals to the brain that you are full and it turns off the hunger hormone ghrelin. The aim of the game is to pace your protein intake out throughout the day. Click here to find out everything you need to know about protein pacing.
Target the Right fat
Did you know there are four different types of fat? Neither did we. We’ve done the research so you don’t have to. Not only have we identified the fat types, we reveal the workouts, supplements and treatments that will target each.
Drink This Tea
Do This fat-Burning Workout
No you can’t spot-reduce fatty areas, but this effective fat-burning workout that you can do at home targets all fatty stores, which is all right by us.