Perhaps you’ve been fighting the weight battle all your life, or maybe just since you became an “empty nester,” or after all those years of hard work, you’ve been promoted to that high-level, high pressure, but sedentary position in your company that you have always deserved, but the pounds and inches have come on, and come on, and refuse to go away. Physical limitations may be a factor, as well.
You’ve tried all the popular diets, seen some short term success, but reached the virtually inevitable conclusion that diets, alone, just don’t cut it. Don’t lose hope; Isometric Weight Loss Exercise can swiftly, dramatically, and painlessly get you back into those beautiful clothes that have languished in the back of your closet.
There is, of course, a difference between “diets” and diet. Healthy eating is a smart lifestyle change, but in order to achieve, and maintain, the results you desire, sensible food choice must be combined with painless strength training and moderate aerobics, in order to trim you down, and keep you there. Take the phrase “no pain, no gain” out of your lexicon. Isometric Exercise proves that working out doesn’t have to hurt in order to work. Just ten minutes a day of low impact Isometric Training, when combined with the proper rhythmic breathing patterns, can help you lose inches, tighten your muscles and increase your energy level in the first week. Gain self-confidence and precious time, but not weight.
Nutrition, exercise and aerobics are the keys to your success, no matter what your age. As low-impact as Isometric Weight Loss Exercise is, always check with your physician before starting a new regimen. Your Doctor can easily explain the mechanics of Isometrics.
Stated simply, Isometrics are a series of muscle contractions that increase muscle tension within the already existing muscle length. No machinery except your own body is involved, yet you expend energy and burn calories by maintaining the contractions. There is no age limitation: whether you are forty-five or seventy-five, combining the three key elements mentioned above will work for you.
The aerobic component can be as simple as taking a ten minute walk, at whatever pace is comfortable for you. Swimming and bicycling are also great approaches, but walking is usually the easiest way to start.
Choose whatever you enjoy, but the fact is that you need to burn the calories you take in. Learn the simple techniques, which also include rhythmic, oxygenating, breathing, set aside ten to fifteen minutes each day to practice what you learned in the comfort of your own home, usually in a chair or on the floor, and in whatever outfit suits your mood, and give it a week. You will be pleasantly amazed at the swift and measurable results.
Add simple changes to you dietary habits and you have all the tools you need. Once you start seeing the results, you can even indulge you junk food desires on a moderate basis. You are busy, and your health is priceless: isometric weight loss exercise will work when diets never have.