If you're a woman over 40, then this message is especially important for you.
Your time and energy are probably limited and so if you want to do something about that ever-threatening waistline, read on.
My good friend and fitness expert, Shawna K, (who by the way looks like she's in her 30's and not in her 50's) has some good advice...
Too Much of a Good Thing? (Do this instead)
By Shawna Kaminski
Author: Female Fat Loss Over 40
If you have sore shoulders, a bad back or achy knees then you must AVOID these three exercises. I'll also give you something to swap them out with.
Lose the Lunges
This is the most over-prescribed exercise in bodyweight history and causes more knee pain than anything. You're likely doing the exercise incorrectly and even a few reps done incorrectly can cause knee pain.
If you want to hit your hamstrings, upper thighs and glutes, then don't risk knee pain or even injury. Swap your lunges to a split squat where the back foot is planted:
Drop the back knee to the floor and then elevate to standing in a split stance position.
You can also add a wall sit with the weight on the heels to really blast the legs while keeping the knee in a safe position.
Do Less Push Ups
Look, we live in a seated slumped over world since we're often at computers or driving. We're tight through the chest and our back muscles are weak and slack. Our posture is horrible.
While push ups are brilliant for strengthening the chest, shoulders, triceps and core, these muscles need to be balanced with back strengthening moves.
For every push up done, you need to do a back strengthening move like a 'stick up':
This doesn't look like much, but it's tough to keep your elbows and hands on the wall while moving the hands up and over the shoulders. It's a great bodyweight exercise to strengthen the upper back and postural muscles.
Trust me, you'll even look leaner when your posture improves.
Traditional 'cardio' is the #1 exercise that's literally killing your fat loss efforts.
That's right, when I hear 'cardio' for fat loss, I actually 'cringe'.
It's a total waste of time that encourages over-use injuries and is discouraging where fat loss is concerned. The older you get, the more you'll see how ineffective and frustrating steady state cardio is for fat loss.
It's the #1 thing that women turn to when they want to lose weight and it's also the #1 least effective fat loss method.
But don't stop 'cardio' completely. Simply replace aerobic training with anaerobic bursts. This will spike your metabolism in record time, reduce the potential for over use injury and eliminate workout boredom.
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