How to lose weight while you Join Military School

Before I say anything, I am proud of everyone who wishes to serve in the Armed Forces of his/her country in any capacity. To serve the Army is a big deal and you need to be in your highest level of fitness to do so. Nobody is born with a fit body, you have to work hard to achieve it. To join the Military the goal for a future soldier is to start moving today. You need to start it with light exercises like stretching and YOGA. In early stages you need to loosen up your body to slowly get it accustomed to tougher workout sessions.

But to join the Military you need to follow a particular routine to lose that excess weight then only you can pass the fitness test which is the very basic step to join the Armed Forces. Here is a routine which will help you in the journey of weight loss.

For the first 1-2 months, you should stretch daily, walk 30-60 minutes a day and watch what you eat. Depending upon your height, weight, and sex, running when significantly overweight can damage your knees, lower back, and other joints. Focus on losing weight first by moving more, eating better and drinking water up to a gallon a day.

To lose weight effectively along with your workout sessions you also need to remember some important tips. Firstly watch what you eat: the number of calories you take in should be lesser than the number of calories you lose. This is the first and the most important tip which you need to remember. Secondly drink a lot of water to remove the excess toxins and waste from your body effectively. Once you keep these tips in mind and follow them regularly you will enjoy the weight loss and master the process.

Tip 1: Weight Loss = Calories IN < Calories OUT 

This formula is as basic as weight loss gets. If you exercise more calories than you eat at the end of the day, you will lose weight. The human body is built for survival and when we receive too few calories and not enough water, we can actually shut down our metabolism to a point where you will not burn fat and store water. So, you will not lose weight, but you could gain weight by the increased water retention.

Tip 2: Fat burn = Oxygen + Water (H2O)

Basically, the body needs water and increased oxygen to burn fat as an energy source. The water intake should be anywhere from 1/2 gallon for women and up to 1 gallon a day for men. As you add more water to your system, your body will be able to use the retained water for excretion, prompting almost immediate weight loss that is healthy.

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