Thursday, 1 August 2013

Training and diet plan for beginners

One thing is how you exercise, but it is also important what you eat. It is important to support your training with a diet plan.
What you should eat depends of course largely on what you want to achieve with your training.

Basically, it is especially about getting the right amount of carbohydrates, proteins and fats while getting plenty of vitamins and minerals.

If you want to lose weight, your training complete program will focus on some fitness and get carbohydrates when you eat. However, do not completely cut carbohydrates away. In particular, it is a good idea to cut down on white bread, potatoes, pasta and rice. If you engage in much endurance sports, you in turn use many carbohydrates, and should focus on increasing your intake of this.

Lots of proteins
Whatever your goals are, proteins are in general good for you. It helps among other things, build muscle or maintain them if you engage in much endurance sports. It is also important to get protein when you want to lose waight. Good protein sources are especially meat, but also beans generally has a high content of proteins.

Besides this you should also focus on getting plenty of minerals and vitamins. Especially in vegetables are lots of minerals and vitamins, and since in most vegetables, except potatoes is a reasonable carbohydrate content, they are therefore an excellent source of good energy when you want to lose fat
Fat is actually also an important source of energy, and you should especially get the healthy omega3-6 and 9 fatty acids. They are in particular in fish and in certain types of vegetables such as avocado. Nuts is also typically a good fat source. On the other hand it might be a good idea to avoid many of the unhealthy fats, and this means that for example, you should avoid frying in fat when it is possible. At the same time you should go for lean meats.

You should also make sure that your training diet plan takes into account that you get some fiber. They are not good at giving you energy just before training as they are slow to join. They are in turn good to slow the absorption of sugar, and therefore they help to maintain your energy levels over time.

You have to focus on getting some water - both when training but also in general. Most of your body is water, so it is obviously important that you get plenty of water.

If you focus on these simple principles, while not too often eat candy, cake and other sweets, then you're already well on your way to getting results from your workout with the diet plan.
A good idea may also be that you are planning meals for a week, so you always know what healthy food you want to eat - it's usually when you have to make quick decisions that you end up skipping and take the easy way. Have you planned your food in advance, it is easier to maintain the healthy line.
Most of us, however, need to depart from the plan, then you should of course also plan your food at a level where it does not become too chore.

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