Now that the holidays are over a lot of Atlantan’s and others alike are trying to maintain their weight despite all the holiday dining. Some of us were determined not to eat as much because we wanted to maintain or weight, but Thanksgiving dinner got the best of us. I am sure that Christmas dinner will do the same thing.
For this article, I am going to include ways to enjoy the holidays and burn off the calories while enjoying the night life. Most people felt that they burnt off enough calories during the Black Friday shopping. Most of you did absorb some of the weight, but there are other ways too. How many of you decided to take the family for a walk around the neighborhood after Thanksgiving dinner? This essentially increases the heart rate, helps you to lose calories, and helps aid in digestion. Recent studies have shown that people that actively try to burn off the holiday weight are actually much healthier. You are also taking the time to love you body. This is great for the older people that will not be able to use my next tip to lose holiday pounds that have been packed on.
Another great way to lose weight incorporated with your nightlife activities is to; dance, dance, dance. That’s right. If your going to the club don’t be afraid to utilize the dance floor. Its a proven fact that dancing will help you lose weight and burn calories. It would also be wise to avoid alcohol. Alcohol only increases your calorie intake. Otherwise, if you just have to have a drink, make sure that it is one that is low in calories.
I have included a link to Reader’s Digest suggesting 20 ways to lose weight. Lets see if you can incorporate any of these ideas with your nightlife activities to help lose weight.
Finally, they have 24 hour gyms in mostly all major cities. A late evening work-out could be just what you need to achieve your weight loss goals for the holidays. If your not looking to loss weight, but maintain your weight– the gym is an excellent start for you as well.
Talk to your regular health care provider about your plans to lose the holiday weight so that he can give you a plan based on your overall health. Don’t be afraid to address your concerns with your doctor and be sure to ask questions.
Furthermore, losing the holiday weight is healthy. However, it is highly recommended that you don’t over exert yourself trying to lose weight. Be safe! Remember, everything should be done in moderation. Even attempting to lose weight.