To help you lose weight and get a much greater sense of well being in addition to you taking Phentermine you should also put in place some form of regularly exercise plan. With that in mind below you will find a few simple exercises that you should try and perform each day to get the additional benefits of exercise and taking Phentermine.
It’s all well and good taking Phentermine however, to get the full benefits of taking this you need to keep a few things in mind. Firstly, it is not a wonder cure you do need to do some of the work yourself. Secondly, although an organic, naturally occurring substance in the Phenethylamine family, it works in a similar way to Amphetamine.
Due to its nature, it is not recommended to anyone who is pregnant, hoping to fall pregnant or to anyone breastfeeding. It is also not recommended to those with various health issues including epilepsy, heart conditions or those on anti-depressants.
When we say that Phentermine isn’t a wonder cure, we don’t mean that it’s weak we simply mean it is an appetite suppressant, and as such, will decrease the amount you need to consume. However, for the full benefits and effects to really show, you need to do regular exercise.
Now exercise may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but there are hundreds of ways you can get burning up those calories and eventually start losing weight. Walking is a very good example, for example, walking 30 minutes to the shop, then carrying home 2 bags of shopping will burn around 415 – 600 calories depending on the weight of your bags on the walk home. Not only is this a good method of exercise, you’ll save money because you won’t be burning fuel in your car.
Another good form of exercise, believe it or not, is cleaning! Vacuum cleaners weigh a fair amount, and lugging one around for 40 minutes is seriously going to burn calories, also, using the hose to get into all the little nooks and crannies will help to increase flexibility, for further advice, Google the 5 standard ballet positions, these 5 positions will not only help you burn even more calories, but will also help with deportment and poise while increasing the flexibility of your feet and legs. Dusting, polishing and general sprucing up again is a good way to burn a few calories, and if you’re really going for gold, clean your rugs the old fashioned way, with a paddle!
If you’re a lover of music, dance classes could be the answer for you. An average dance class is around an hour long, however, some have been known to go on for 3 or more hours. The beauty of dance is that you use far more muscles at the same time than you would at the gym where you can only really train one muscle group at a time. You’ll not only get the benefit of improved fitness (and the aching of muscles you never knew existed!), you’ll also find yourself in a completely new social circle, with many people in the same boat as you.
Don’t ever be put off going to the local swimming pool, people look at those trying to get healthier in a more admirable light than some typical muscle Mary that’s there to show off how wonderful they look in a swim suit. An hour long swim will burn around 585 calories, however, that is only for the breaststroke, if you’re really going to go all out, and an hour of swimming using the Butterfly stroke will burn a gargantuan 784 calories!
You can always go down the conventional route of going to the gym, or getting a personal trainer, however, there is also Yoga, this is a discipline that is quite difficult to master.
Keeping it a little saucy, pole dancing is possibly one of the most energetic and disciplined forms of exercise going. Now, we don’t expect you to take up a job at Spearmint Rhino, however, those who do pole dance have strength that surpasses a rugby player! A beginner can burn up to 400 calories doing the simple, but still energetic moves, while and advanced dancer can burn upwards of 700 calories and hour! If you have a significant other, you could incorporate some of this with the above paragraph and go to town burning potentially over 800 calories, plus your other half won’t be complaining at receiving a lap dance!
If you work at a desk all day, it can be very hard to get some exercise in, however, during the nice weather, why not take your lunch and walk to the local park? This way you’re going to be burning a few calories, and the fresh air will do you good, especially as offices tend to be stuffy and restrictive. If you can’t get away from your desk, try working standing up (if it’s possible), or better still, every so often, get up and have a stretch and a bit of a jog on the spot, this will also ensure that the blood keeps flowing and increase and improve circulation.
One thing I can stress enough however, is that is you are going to do some exercise, you need to be strict with yourself, just because you’ve burned off a load of calories, does not mean you can go to your nearest McDonalds and order a large Big Tasty with Bacon meal with a Chocolate Milkshake (that weighs in at a whopping 1801 calories!).