In this world so busy with stress and always in a hurry, women find less time for their health and personal care. But keep in mind that small changes in your lifestyle could prevent illness.
We often hear that people complain about lack of time and motivation for exercise or that they are too busy to go to the gym. All of us can express 20 minutes of the daily routine to achieve a balanced body. Is it so difficult to locate 20 minutes for health 24 hours a day?
What is really missing is the true desire to commit to the cause of a healthy life. You can go little by little but with constancy. Let’s see how with just 20 minutes you can bring about a positive change in your life.
20 minutes of strength training:
Weight training should be an essential part of everyone’s diet to boost metabolism and combat aging. In a few training sessions a week you will notice important changes and you will feel much better.
20 minutes of cardio:
If time commitments force you to abandon your exercise routine, do not worry, 20 minutes daily of cardiovascular exercise will accumulateto 1 hour and 40 minutes of cardio per week, six hours of training a month and so on. Go walking or cycling to work whenever possible. Not only can it help your health, it can also save you money. At work, try to dedicate part of the lunch break to some kind of activity, a workout in the gym for example or if you prefer, in 20 minutes you could walk more than a kilometer at a rapid pace. Be sure to drink plenty of water during the day. Following this simple training routine will increase your heart rate and improve your blood circulation, and you will quickly get the reward of superior health.
20 minutes low fat meals:
Instead of relying on packaged foods that can contain lots of calories or excess fat, you can cook healthy recipes in just 20 minutes. It will eliminate that excess of useless calories that are accommodated around your waist.
20 minutes to motivation:
99% of the time in life is sometimes because of lack of motivation. If you take a look at any success story, you will realize that virtually all the people who achieve success, get it due to the burning desire to achieve it. What counts is your state of mind. Set yourself some goal and pursue the goal rather than the result.
20 minutes of deep breathing:
Several studies showed that 15 minutes of breathing exercise a dayreduced blood pressure. Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation and yoga can help trigger the relaxation response. When practiced regularly, these activities produce a reduction in daily stress levels and a boost in your feelings of joy and serenity. Experts recommend to set aside stress, at least 10 to 20 minutes a day of relaxation practices. Continue breathing through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. Try to inhale enough so that your lower belly goes up and down. Count slowly while exhaling.
These seemingly insignificant tips may not have immediate results, but after a short period of time you will have to look and feel better. So add the 20 minutes to your daily routine and you will see your body change forever.