How to get the beach body ready in just four weeks: Celebrity PT shares its tips for a summer fitness blitz – from digging & # 39; targeted & # 39; exercises to only train on an empty stomach
- Celebrity personal trainer Matt Fiddes, from Swindon, Wiltshire, has shared his tips
- The secret explained to get beach body ready is to take a holistic approach
- Suggested sections before and after photos on Instagram for more success
A personal trainer of the stars claims that everyone & # 39; beach body ready & # 39; can get in just four weeks.
Matt Fiddes, who included former Love Island stars Megan Barton Hanson and Hayley Hughes as his customers, explained that the key to success is a holistic approach to training.
Matt, from Swindon, Wiltshire, who was Michael Jackson's bodyguard for ten years, advised fitness beginners on the idea of & # 39; focused exercises & # 39; let go in favor of body training – and explained why it is best to train on an empty stomach.
With the words of FEMAIL, Matt revealed the simple changes in fitness and lifestyle that anyone can make …
A personal trainer of the stars claims that everyone & # 39; beach body ready & # 39; can get in just four weeks. Matt Fiddes explained that it is important to take a holistic approach to your training. Stock image
Train on an empty stomach
Train on an empty stomach, so that you immediately hit those stored energy cells (actually our fat cells).
Otherwise your body is burning the calories from your last meal.
If you cannot do this due to work obligations, try to leave a gap as long as possible and train hungry.
Kickstart your biggest muscles
Weight training is much more effective in weight loss than standard cardio on a running machine.
Watch to train the larger muscles. Like squats that will have an impact on your body for a few days.
The quads (thighs) is the biggest muscle in the body and will shock it. You can do two and then increase by two each day.
So by the end of the four weeks you will do a lot of squats. This gives you muscle tone and melts fat.
Megan Barton Hanson and Matt Fiddes while performing a boxing exercise with the pads. The personal trainer helped the former Love Island star her incredible figure
Alcohol can stimulate the fat to be kept around the abdomen. See the difference that it will make in your skin quality and general alertness.
It burden the body and weight loss and drinking do not go together. Drink a festive drink for your four-week plan.
Remember: drink a lot of water
You have to flush your body to get rid of those internal fat cells. Hot water helps in exchange for coffee. Add lemon if you want to give it a taste.
But pay attention to flavored waters because they can unexpectedly contain a lot of sugar.
Share online before and after photos
Take a picture of yourself in training material or swimwear and post it on social media.
Tell your friends and family that your goal is to make some changes within four weeks to look better on the beach.
Find a training partner
You will be much more likely to be successful if you find someone to train with and be honest and tell each other about your progress.
Motivation is the key to continue. Getting started is the most difficult and a training partner will make the difference.
Forget & # 39; targeted & # 39; exercises
It's a myth that doing sit-ups will make you slimmer in that area. Or squats will make your legs smaller.
Body fat gets rid of your body in a general way. And not in a specific area that you are working on. You have to touch the whole body with different exercises.
You don't need a gym, but some equipment would be useful.
I like the elliptical cross trainer because it is easy for the joints and you can easily watch TV while burning fat and softening the entire body. It is my favorite cardio muscle strengthening machine.
Celebrity trainer Matt Fiddes (pictured with Hayley Hughes on an unknown beach) has revealed how to prepare the beach body within four weeks
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