How to Lose Weight Quickly (5 Treadmill Weight Loss Tips)

  • Have you ever wondered why you can’t seem to keep to a regular exercise schedule?
  • Do you beat yourself up for not being able to lose that excess weight even when you have the best exercise machine?

I used to answer YES to both questions until I made a resolution to lose weight before my wedding a few years ago (yes, men want to look good on their wedding day too). My brother decided to help me out by going to the gym with me. I’m grateful he did because I did lose a total of 20lbs before the Big Day. Since then, I’ve maintained a consistent weight and am happy with my body. Here, I’d like to share 5 treadmill weight loss tips to help you achieve the same (and even better) weight loss results.

1. If you have 30 minutes to spare, always choose to treadmill

Fact is, it’s very easy to lose focus and procrastinate exercise. You can have the best treadmill machine at home and yet left untouched for months. The rule that I keep to is “If I have 30 minutes to spare, that goes to my treadmill”. After that things got easier. I start to equate 30 minutes with a lot of things like (1) watching a sitcom, (2) reading 2 chapters of a book, and (3) learning basic Spanish conversations. I can do all three while working out on my treadmill and I’m a happier person now since I lost that extra weight.

2. Challenge your body to different workout modes

It helps to vary exercise modes to help your body burn more calories. Usually, varied exercise modes are found in advanced and sophisticated treadmills. For example, the Best Treadmill for Advanced Runners offers several programs to give you more workout choices. You can start off with a slow walk and pace yourself for speedier walks. You can even add in a sprint or jog element for stamina building. That way, you won’t feel bored with the same exercise. A treadmill gives you just as much workout variety as other machines.

3. Be in control of your workout time

One reason why people don’t visit the gym as often is because they don’t seem to have the time to go. With some gyms charging so much, it pays to own your own treadmill and work out at your leisure and convenience. For example, your daily 30-minute workout can be divided into two 15-minute sessions. At one point where I couldn’t make it to gym because of my extended work schedule, I’m glad there’s a treadmill at home. I can just wake up earlier each day to do quick workouts before heading off to work.

4. Workout all year round, rain or shine

One of the best points about indoor treadmill is that you can work out without a care of the weather. Whether it’s raining or snowing, you can still do your regular exercise. That way, you can maintain a consistent workout and lose weight more effectively.

5. Consider nutrition, sleep, and plenty of water to supplement your workout

Workout alone isn’t quite enough. What you need is intake of nutritious food, have sufficient sleep, and drink plenty of fluid to stay hydrated. That way, your body stays alert and burns calories speedily. In no time, you’ll see the changes to your health and body.

You got to have discipline and maintain consistency in workout to lose weight for good. It helps to pace yourself for each workout and don’t push yourself too hard. If you would like to find out more about treadmill and exercise, check out 5 Tips How to Choose the Best Treadmill and How to Avoid Treadmill Injuries.

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