How to lose thigh fat fast

How to lose thigh fat fast

Before we go any further, we need to bust a common myth…

1. Reduce your salt intake

Salt causes your body to retain excess water which can lead to bloating and discomfort that affects your whole body, in particular your stomach, hips and thighs.

2. Add more minerals into your diet

Minerals often referred to as electrolytes such as magnesium, calcium and potassium are an important part of a healthy diet, which are often overlooked.

3. Lower your carb intake

Quite simply, the more carbs you eat, the more fat your body stores so it’s critical that you reduce your carb consumption if you want to see weight loss results.

  • Sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes
  • Brown pasta instead of white pasta
  • Roasted veg and cabbage instead of canned veg
  • Wholegrain Brown bread or rye bread instead of white bread
  • Natural fruit juice/smoothie instead of sugary drinks
  • Nuts instead of candy

4. A cup of tea or coffee is good for you

5. Drink enough water

6. Add some cardio exercise

It’s important to add a regular cardio exercise into your weekly routine in order to lose weight.

7. Track your calorie intake

Keeping track of your food intake and important metrics such as your calorie intake and exercise output is very helpful in making sure you know where you are on your weight loss target.

8. Eat more fiber

Eating lots of vegetables ensure you will have plenty of fiber in your body, which will help you digest foods more easily and stay full for longer.

9. Lean Proteins

10. Strengthen your thigh muscles

As we’ve alluded to before, dieting is not enough on its own to lose weight effectively.

11. Consider HIIT training

If you are really serious about wanting to lose thigh fat fast, you should consider high-intensity interval training (HIIT).

12. Ensure you get enough good-quality sleep

  • Buy some good blackout blinds to keep your room darker
  • Take a hot shower before you go to bed
  • Try some deep breathing techniques to relax your mind and body before you hit the sack
  • Keep your cellphone and electronic devices away from you when you go to bed

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