Exercises and strategies to tone your legs, thighs & hips! Check out our best fat loss tips, used by KD Trainer’s most successful clients. And learn how to slim down your thighs, hips, and legs. Let’s clear one thing up first: The idea of spot-reduction, or specifically losing fat from a certain body part, is a MYTH. It is simply a fact that exercising a certain body part does NOT cause your body to bias fat burning on just that part. That’s because fat loss happens only when you’re in a net negative energy balance, a.k.a calorie deficit. [...]
How to Lose Belly Fat Fast! Losing weight is easy... Eat as little as possible and do lots and lots of cardio for a month or two, you will lose weight fast… But weight loss does not equal fat loss and your results will be disappointing, even if you do manage to suffer through that. The biggest change you may notice is but a drop in the number on the scale. And your metabolism too :( Yes, you may not look as big sized as before but you will look more skinny fat. And surely that’s not the goal. As [...]
Share this! Share this! Share this! Share this! Been working really hard to lose weight but the numbers on the scale remain the same? Don't worry, the number you see are actually a combination of a lot of different things. The weight that you see on your scale is just everything totaled up, they don't know what the composition is. Here might be some reasons why those numbers remain although your training and diet is in check : 1) Salt Intake - Eating salty food the previous day can cause high level of water [...]
Calories Our bodies need energy to keep us alive and our organs functioning normally. When we eat and drink, we put energy into our bodies. Caloric Maintenance To maintain a stable weight, the energy we put into our bodies must be the same as the energy we use by normal bodily functions and physical activity. An important part of a healthy diet is balancing the energy you put into your bodies with the energy you use. Caloric Surplus A calorie surplus is a state in which you consume more calories than you burn leads to weight gain in [...]
Burning a kilogram of body fat takes up 7700kcal or 3500kcal per pound. Here we share an example of why food intake plays a big role in fat burning. So if you’re trying to burn off your ice-cream you had after lunch or your overestimated weekend ‘cheat meal’, think again. It’s not as simple as that. It is much easier to cut off 500kcal of food intake per day than to run hours on end to burn fat. Remember, you can’t out-exercise a bad diet.