Weight Loss Using Exercise Ball

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Exercise Preparation

Before you start, you need to do a little preparation!

If you suffer from any medical condition, or if you have any concerns at all, you should see your doctor before you start any weight loss or exercise program. This is particularly important if you have heart disease, high blood pressure, or you show any cardiovascular risk factors. If in doubt – ask.

You do not have to spend a fortune on new exercise kit, but you do need a few essentials. Buy a good pair of trainers or walking shoes – you need to cushion your joints while you are exercising.

Dress so that you feel comfortable and can move comfortably. Don’t wear clothes that make you too hot, and do not wear too little and get cold. Dress appropriately for the temperature and the exercise you are going to do.

Make time for exercise When are you going to do your exercise? If you do not think about this, you will get to the end of a day and find you have run out of time to do it. You might find it helpful in the beginning if you draw up a timetable. Write down what you are going to do and when you are going to do it. It’ll only take you a few minutes to do this. Once your exercises are part of your daily routine you can probably dispense with timetables.

When you exercise, please think about safety. If you are walking or running, face the oncoming traffic. Make sure you can be seen, especially at night. Wear bright or reflective clothing. If you are riding a bike, wear a helmet. Take note of the weather and dress appropriately.

Steady as she goes In your enthusiasm, DO NOT rush out and over-do it. Build up slowly and gradually. If you overdo it in the beginning, you will pay the price and lose your enthusiasm. You will achieve your goal if you are sensible and determined.

Make sure you do not get dehydrated. Drink plenty of water before you start your exercise, and again after you have finished.

Don’t go and eat a large meal immediately after you have finished a session of deliberate walking. If you do, you will give your heart too much to do. Let it deal with looking after your muscles first. Leave at least an hour after exercising before eating a large meal.

Not when you are ill If you have got a cold or a fever, or you are feeling under the weather, do not exercise. Listen to your body. When you are better, do not rush back at full intensity. If you resume gradually, you will get back to where you left off more quickly.

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