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Smart Weight Loss March 2018

In the March 2018 issue of Smart Weight Loss Tips Mag, learn easy ways to get fit for less money, worthless foods to drop from your diet, no-sweat workouts for body-sculpting, and more. We hope February was good to you and that you're ready to take on the next season. Our team is certainly ready for the change, and we have plenty of new weight loss advice for you at the ready.


10 EASY WAYS TO GET FIT FOR LESS Follow Us: by Marianne Williams There are myriad ways to introduce fitness into your daily routine without breaking the bank. Follow these fitnessfor-less tips now. Are you planning to get fit in this warmer weather? If you are on a shoestring budget, signing up with a costly gym is not an option. That is where this guide comes in handy. In fact, there are a myriad of options available out there if you want to introduce exercise into your daily routine without burning a hole in your pocket. Here are some of the techniques you can use to get fit on a shoestring budget. 58 | March 2018

Here are 8 principles that have been used by bodybuilders and other physique athletes to achieve that lean and ripped look we know so well. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE. 1 IMPORTANCE OF FRESH AIR Make sure you get some fresh air while working out in order to give an extra boost to those happy chemicals. Jogging is a great workout to start with. In fact, you can use the local park for this purpose. Most of the local parks have outdoor gyms that are free to use. They are complete with cross trainers and exercise bikes too. Check the local council website for the nearest gym in the area. 2 PERSONAL TRAINERS A personal trainer can make a real difference in your fitness routines by motivating you. But a personal trainer can be quite pricey. There are many ways to reduce the cost of hiring a personal trainer such as hiring a student who is training to be a personal trainer and encouraging friends to workout with you. On the other hand, you can book sessions in bulk to save money. 3 DON’T SIT FOR TOO LONG If you are involved in a job that makes you sit whole day long, you should get up every 15-20 minutes and walk around for 2-3 minutes. Sitting at a desk can slow down your metabolism and fat burning. Walk to the desk of your colleague instead of emailing them. You will instantly feel more active with such an approach. Fidgeting in the chair is also good for your health. It will help burn 10 times more calories than staying still on the chair. March 2018 I 59