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Post-Holiday Fat-Burning Workout

Already thinking about what workout you are going to do after the Thanksgiving dinner? First off stop panicking about not getting your workout in and all the food you are about to face. Eat what you like, don't feel guilty and move your body. Get the best Fat Burning Exercises Post Holidays workouts right here, oh and a cocktail!

Post-Holiday Fat-Burning Workout

Life is all about balance, not judging yourself and being kind to your body. For me I like to workout in the early morning, get it done and sets me up for my day. Plus it gets dark by 5pm here and my brain thinks its bedtime! For Thanksgiving I will go and do a 6am class or backyard workout. I am heading to Palm Springs with family for one night to enjoy the feast that's in store! (Beyond meat burgers for me!)

My goal is to get back Friday afternoon and get in a workout and then we have the LIVE Saturday 28th November on Youtube. I especially added this one so you can get your family to join in while you are visiting them!

I also wanted to touch on gratitude as we celebrate this holiday and if you are not enjoying a big feast for thanksgiving, there's never not a day to thank you blessings. so here mine go... I hope you enjoy and then I will give you the sweat dripping workouts to do!

And if these things are not enough and you want more, well I have one last things for you. I will be LIVE on YouTube November 28th a10 am am pst for a workout in which you are all invited too. The best way to get back in the game after the holiday, connect with each other and have a chat about what we got up too.

Swimming laps in an indoor pool is pure fire when it comes to performing a strong, full-body workout. Dr. Bohl says the activity burns between 300 to 700 calories per hour, based on your stroke. So, everybody in the pool!

Strength training means circuit training to burn a ton of calories. Circuit training involves switching up from one exercise to the next in a circuit fashion. The key is not taking much of a break in between each set. This course will keep your heart rate up while you benefit from a full-body workout in a condensed time span.

Dr. Bohl gives a bit of inspirational advice since he knows it's difficult staying dedicated to a workout routine throughout the holidays. The season may mean being away from your gym or home equipment. It's common to have less time to work out since you may be spending more time with friends and family. Lastly, it's likely you're eating more food than normal.

The next time hunger strikes turn towards the options listed above and have them on hand to avoid temptations and unhealthy sweets. The sooner you can stock up on these items after a big holiday meal the better! By having a holiday workout plan/goals in mind the easier it will be to lose weight after the holidays.

The holidays give you an excellent opportunity to gather your crew and exercise together. This helps avoid the temptation to put your workouts on the back burner in order to spend time with loved ones.

Thanksgiving dinner can be a tremendous joy for your mouth and a considerable stress for, well, the rest of your body. The holiday feast can easily contribute not only to some physical discomfort, but also to feelings of shame and guilt. But not to worry, because with this Thanksgiving day workout routine you'll boost your metabolism and your mood to prepare yourself for the joyous evening.

There are always ways in which you can trim down your calorie intake. Refraining from pre- and post-dinner snacks and drinks is a huge help to your body. Why not just fully enjoy the main home-made meal? But before you sit down to devour the turkey and the gravy, have this extra intensive fat-burning workout routine the day before, the day of, and the day after the holiday.

Do your Thanksgiving workout first thing in the morning to give your muscles some time to relax and repair. You want to work your whole body. Repeat this cycle 4-5 times. Try to rest as little as possible in between exercises to increase your heart rate and calorie burn.

A run is so meditative and uplifting but now is not the time to skip resistance training! Resistance training creates more muscle and has an after-burn effect, hours after you stop exercising. It also tones your body so you feel leaner and tighter right away (a positive, satisfying motivator right after the holiday indulgence!). My favorite toning workout is barre, but you can feel free to mix it up with weights, body weight, TRX, pilates, and more.

Add good, lean protein along with fresh fruits and vegetables back into your diet by replacing a meal or two a day with a protein smoothie. This can help you cut calories as well as keep you feeling full thanks to fiber. Invest in a good protein powder -- you can find these at nearly any grocery store or nutrition center -- and mix one serving with fresh produce, like spinach, pineapple or berries along with water and ice. Replacing some meals with smoothies for a short time can help boost your fat-burning without starving your body. Apovian recommends adding ingredients such as pineapple and mint, which she says can combat bloating.

As the name suggests, sobriety is the focal point of Dry January. While we encourage people to reflect on their consumption of everything (midnight snacks and Netflix binges included) your booze habits are priority number one during this post-holiday detox.

Like the quarterback feeling pressure and getting sacked, athletes and non-athletes may find it hard to avoid irresistible party fare and getting sacked with unwanted post-holiday pounds and additional body fat.

Experience a terrific bodyweight-only outdoor workout by sprinting up and down stadium bleachers or steep hills; doing several sets of Pull-Ups on playground bars; or performing elevated Push-Ups off park benches or bleachers.

In this section, we are going to highlight five exercises that can combat holiday weight gain. A resistance workout (using dumbbells or kettlebells) can burn as many as 400 calories per hour.

One of the best ways to balance diet and activity is to begin a regular workout program. Doing so helps prevent unwanted weight gain by burning extra calories throughout the day. If you exercise at a moderate intensity (it can be something as simple as brisk walking) aim for 150 minutes of cardiovascular exercise weekly and two or more days of strength training each week suggests the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). A study in Obesity found that burning 400 to 600 calories per aerobic exercise session five days weekly led to weight loss in overweight men and women.

The post-holiday months can feel especially challenging. Cold weather, taxes, credit card bills, and an anticlimactic blah, the holidays are over feeling can sabotage your health and happiness during January, February, and beyond.

For example, aim to add a handful of non-starchy vegetables like leafy greens to each dinner or go on a daily walk at lunch for a week, and track your progress. Then, if you stick with it, give yourself a non-food reward like an at-home spa night, new kitchen gadget or workout gear. Then, build on your progress with another goal.

Track your meals and movement, experiment with new healthy recipes and try upping the intensity or frequency of your workouts. Consider switching things up with a group fitness class, adding more strength-training or exercising outside.