Trying to figure out how to lose upper body weight can feel like an uphill battle. But with regular exercise and a reduced calorie diet, blasting flab from your arms, neck, shoulders, back, and other areas of the body is not so difficult to do. Unfortunately, there is no way to pick-and-choose which parts of the body will melt away fat first. So the best way to slim down is to concentrate on reducing your overall amount of body fat.
Aim to get at least one hour of exercise five days a week. An ideal exercise program will consist of plenty of cardio to increase your heart rate and burn calories. And weight training to tone muscles and increase the metabolism. Continually doing the same workout routine for months on end will result in the body becoming accustomed to the exercises, and they will no longer be effective. So to prevent stalled weight loss efforts, vary your workout program monthly.
No matter how much you exercise, eating more calories than you burn will keep weight loss goals from being achieved. The general rule to shed unwanted pounds is reduce your daily caloric intake by at least 500 calories. Calorie reduction can be accomplished by nixing nonsense foods from your diet. An ideal diet should consist of plenty of whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and protein-rich foods like baked chicken and fish.
To allow better control over the amount of fat and salt in your food, prepare meals from scratch, and pack your lunch everyday. Also, keep plenty of healthy snacks handy to prevent grabbing convenience foods like chips, cookies, and cakes when hunger strikes. Also, sodas and fruit drinks contain empty calories that can pack on the pounds, so replace these drinks with water.
Losing upper body weight doesn't have to be hard. With regular exercise and a well-balanced diet, weight loss goals can be easily achieved.
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