8. Work Every Angle
Total body workouts help to keep all muscles active so that they can continue to burn calories, even when they’re at rest. Mix your workouts up to keep every muscle group engaged.
9. Stay Full Longer with Fiber
Avoid bloating by keeping everything flowing smoothly with a diet filled with fiber. Quinoa is a fiber rich food that is also considered a complete protein. If you haven’t tried quinoa, we think you’ll love the versatility of this easy to prepare food.
10. Get Your Zzzz’s
Studies show that sleep is important to maintaining adequate body function, as it gives the body time to repair the damage done during the day.
11. Drink Green Tea
The combination of catechins and antioxidants found in green tea helps the body to burn calories and fight fat. Plus, green tea is a superfood with many health benefits!
12. Plank It Out
Plank exercises are great for the midsection because they work the entire core, are easy to modify, and can be done without any equipment. It’s easy to have fun while toning your abs. Try planking in your living or bedroom room while listing to motivating music.
13. Watch Your Sugar Intake
Refined sugars feed your body a ton of calories and have no nutritional value, and the problem is that they’re hidden in many of the foods you eat.