How a Weekly Workout Plan Can Keep Off That Holiday Weight

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The Benefits of a Weekly Workout Plan

The holiday season is a wonderful time of year, isn’t it? Spending time with friends and family members, making memories during the office holiday party, and exchanging gifts are all things many people look forward to when the holidays roll around. And don’t forget the decorations and all of that holiday music. Who doesn’t look forward to those things, too? But all the festivities leave many of us with unwanted weight gain. To combat this unfortunate consequence of the holiday season, you should consider a weekly workout plan.

Of course, there are things that people dread about the holidays and temptation is often one of them. During the holiday season, temptation is all around you. You may be tempted to splurge on an extravagant gift, for example. You might be tempted to binge watch holiday movies on the Hallmark channel as well. When it comes to eating, you may decide to indulge in hearty foods and tasty treats at every turn.

A Weekly Workout Plan: Your Best Protection Against Weight Gain

If you give in to the temptation to eat to your heart’s delight, you’ll be at risk for gaining weight during the holidays. Luckily, there’s a way for you to have your cake and eat it too, so to speak. By adhering to a weekly workout plan, you’ll be able to eat what you want over the course of a week without having to worry too much about gaining weight.

A study conducted by the University of Michigan compared the results of people who engaged in 2.5 hours of aerobic exercise daily for six days per week with those of individuals who didn’t exercise. Both groups consumed 30 percent more calories than they normally did during the week the test was conducted.

The individuals who didn’t exercise during the week they overate gained fat and experienced increases in the indicators ofheart disease and diabetes. The people who continued to workout during the time they overate didn’t experience changes in their inflammation or their body’s fat metabolism because their workouts acted as a protective shield of sorts.

What does this mean for you? It means that sticking to your weekly workout plan can protect you from weight gain and unhealthy consequences when you indulge yourself with excess food over brief periods of time, such as one week. It also means that the closer you adhere to your exercise regimen, the more your workouts will shield you from the consequences of overeating.

Establish a Weekly Workout Plan with Dr. Weight Loss of Atlanta

If you want to enjoy the protection from weight gain and negative health consequences that a regular workout routine can provide, Dr. Weight Loss of Atlanta can help. We offer personal training sessions during which you’ll receive valuable insights about how you can improve your eating habits and stay active throughout the day.

When you establish aweekly workout planwith Dr. Weight Loss of Atlanta, you’ll do more than make the holidays a bit brighter. You’ll position yourself to enjoy a higher quality of life as well.

For a weekly workout plan, you’ll enjoy following during the holidays and beyond, schedule a free consultation to create your perfect workout routine.

Dr. Alex Roig
Throughout his college years, Dr. Roig taught as a Personal Trainer, helping people exercise and diet more effectively while honing his passion for health. After graduating from Life University, he worked as a full-time chiropractor until 2002 when he decided to pursue his passion of helping people change there lives by weight loss. He has been helping people with weight loss for over 25 years.
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