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Diet and Exercise – Lose Fat and Flab With Fun Weight Loss Exercises

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Are you starting a new diet and exercise program? Exercise is vital while dieting: Not only does exercise help you feel better, but it also helps you stick to your diet. Exercise doesn’t have to be complicated. You can have fun with your weight loss exercises.

1. Yoga looks easy, but it can change your life

Yoga is a simple exercise that anyone can do. It’s great for losing weight because it’s not as strenuous as running, but it can still give you a great workout. Many yoga studios offer weight loss yoga classes, but if your local studio doesn’t offer them, try a beginner’s class instead.

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Discuss your weight loss goals with your teacher before class. Ask her to show you some pose variations that will make it easier for you while you’re still overweight.

2. Having fun with a fitness ball (stability ball).

If you hate exercising, consider exercising with a fitness ball. They are inexpensive. You can have fun while exercising with a ball and you will get a great workout. There are many fitness ball exercise programs on DVD so you don’t even have to leave your home.

Start slow. When you first start exercising with the ball, don’t exercise for more than 10 minutes. You can slowly build up the time you spend until you’re exercising 40 minutes every day.

2. Swimming for weight loss

Swimming is another great, fun exercise for weight loss. Swimming is especially useful if you’re over 40 because it doesn’t put stress on your joints. As with any form of exercise, start slowly. No need to spend hours in the pool to receive benefits. Half an hour is fine. However, make sure you walk at least four times a week.

The combination of exercise and diet ensures that you not only lose weight but also look good. Remember to choose an exercise program that you enjoy. If you enjoy it, you’re more likely to continue exercising, and over a few weeks your new exercise routine will become a healthy habit.

Thanks to Julia Denham

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