Halloween Fat Loss Tips
Yesterday I told you I’d give you a few tips to get rid of all that Halloween blubber that you no doubt gained over the weekend, and are maybe still gaining.
If you are still gaining that Halloween fat, stop it.
Quit stealing your kids’ candy and if you “accidently” bought too much to give away and still have a few bags left over…get rid of it!
That should be the only tip you need, but just because I’m a cool dude I’ll give you a few more.
By the way in case you’re wondering what a personal trainer has his daughter eat on Halloween, don’t worry she still ate some candy…as did I. We just didn’t go overboard. The last thing I needed on Friday night, Saturday night, or any night is a kid all hopped up on sugar running around the house screaming like a wild girl.
She’s wild enough as it is and doesn’t need any extra help from sugar.
1. Stop eating the candy! OK, OK, I already told you that but it’s still true.
2. If it’s at all possible do your workout first thing in the morning before you do anything else. Don’t grab a cup of coffee. Don’t scan the headlines in the newspaper and don’t brush your teeth. Actually if you have difficulty being left alone first thing in the morning not brushing your teeth before your workout might solve that.
The reason I want you to do your workout first thing in the morning is that it cuts out the “I don’t have time” excuse. Get up, get your workout done, and keep your fat burning furnace ramped up for the rest of the day.
Plus it’ll lift your mood and get all those feel good hormones flowing so you’ll be less likely to yell at someone since you didn’t have your cup of coffee right away.
If you need an idea for a workout, check out my YouTube page by clicking the link below:
I’ve got around 45 quick fat loss workout videos on there that will take you anywhere from 4 minutes to 10 minutes to complete.
3. If you’re going to snack on some candy, or any unhealthy treat for that matter, make sure it’s a small so that it doesn’t put too much of a dent in your fat fighting diet. Plus, don’t eat it alone. Have a healthy food with it like some almonds, a piece of fruit or even some yogurt. Just make sure it’s fiber and protein rich so that the sugar doesn’t go blasting into your blood stream so quickly.
Plus that extra portion healthy food that goes along with the treat will make you less likely to over-indulge on the bad stuff.
Remember when it comes to fat loss nutrition, it’s all about making small changes bit by bit until after a few weeks you realize you’ve made a few major changes. That’s the best way to win the battle of the fatties.
Have a great day!
P.S. – If you’re finally ready to step up your fat loss workouts and begin to burn a lot of fat in short periods of time, check out my Fat Loss To Go program. It’s loaded with over 6 months of fat burning workouts that can be done in around 15 minutes, and some even less.