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Good to know, LittleRedFlatBack. Thanks.
on 10 May 11 03:21 PM
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Kimmydawn's top tips
Make the most of each workout. You only get 20-40 minutes, 3 times a week, so really make it count if you want the full effect.
Watch for empty calories and added sugars. (i.e. beverages, processed snacks, etc.)
If you still feel you need to do some cardio and break a sweat, try a 12-20 minute session of HIIT (high intensity interval training), which consists of working yourself as hard as you possibly can for 30 seconds followed by 60-90 seconds of walking.
Don't deprive yourself. If you want a cola or some ice cream, go out and buy yourself just one serving, but don't keep extras in the house.
Remember to snack between meals. Mid-morning, afternoon and something small and healthy after dinner.
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