The Kutting Weight Suit – Cutting Weight in a Healthy Way – Part 3 of 3

Jun 28th 2009

The Kutting weight suit is a 2 mm neoprene body suit designed to do everything the sauna suit does, but is durable, flexible and comfortable.  The Kutting Weight suit is worn under normal workout attire and can be used during the performance of all sports and activities.  While wearing the suit it is recommended to run quick sprints to start and maintain a sweat.  By maintaining a good sweat you are able to lose water weight, which is the last element in reaching your desired weight. You sweat more and burn more calories from doing cardio than from weight training. It is best to do cardio first thing in the morning on an empty stomach at a light moderate pace.  Exercising on an empty stomach allows your body to burn stored fat. You will burn more calories working at shorter burst of higher intensity activities than longer steady low intensity activities. You ultimately want to keep your target heart rate up at 60%-70% for 30 minutes to 60 minutes. To easily determine your (THR) target heart rate, periodically stop exercising during your workout to check your pulse for 30 seconds (for example:  80 beats x 2=160 beats per minutes, your THR). After reaching your goal weight, you must remember to replenish yourself without overeating.  This is the point where carbohydrates are important for consumption in order to maintain blood sugar levels and energy.  During the process of cutting weight make sure to never starve yourself, take laxatives or participate in any other dangerous methods to lose weight and always replenish your fluids after your goal date.  It is best to work with a certified nutritionist and trainer to carry out the most effective and healthy weight loss program. Quick Tips: -Find lower-calorie alternatives for your current food choices  -Increase the amount of Fruits and Vegetables you eat, both are very fibrous and pack a lot of nutrients -Cut back on salt and sodium foods like canned foods and unhealthy snack foods and drinks -High fiber foods like beans and some cereals help to speed up the digestion process -Minimize alcohol and all of its empty calories -For supplements try meal replacement drinks, multi vitamins and omega 3’s -Don’t skip meals and eat smaller portions -Your diet should consist of 40% Carbohydrates, 40% Protein and 20% Fat -Keep a food diary to monitor your consumption and to hold yourself accountable -Eat lean foods and skip dessert -Brush your teeth after you eat, it not only cleans your teeth, but also helps to curb your appetite. [youtube=]

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