FO­CUS ON BAL­ANCE

Women's Health (UK) - - THE TRANSFORMERS -

1. EAT SAVVY 2:1 Go­ing out for din­ner? ‘Choose lean pro­tein and veg­eta­bles for break­fast and lunch, such as an omelette with spinach then a turkey salad, to even out any high carbs and fat at din­ner,’ says Krystina Reimer. ‘Have a pro­tein shake mid-af­ter­noon so you’re not rav­en­ous when you or­der.’

2. DO META­BOLIC CON­DI­TION­ING

Known as met­con, this in­ter­val work­out fo­cuses on in­tense ex­er­cises with weights, plus 30-sec­ond rests, which max­imises fat burn. ‘It’ll fire up your me­tab­o­lism so you’ll con­tinue burn­ing calo­ries after your ses­sion,’ says Lawrence.

3. DRINK LESS, BURN MORE

Ditch the diet mix­ers – the ar­ti­fi­cial sweet­en­ers can boost your ap­petite. In­stead, try drink­ing your spir­its neat on the rocks. Your body will work harder warm­ing you up and you’ll burn more calo­ries. Cheers.

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