Bikini Body Boot Camp – Look Like a Swimsuit Model
A lot of women believe that it should be pretty easy to shed about 10 or 20 pounds over a month or so to get ready for summer. However, the truth of the matter is that it will take a lot more work.
If you’re serious about looking your best at the beach this summer, a more serious bikini body bootcamp will help you achieve these results. But keep in mind that this isn’t going to be easy.
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If you’re still here, I take it you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and put in the hard work.
This is what we’re looking at: Decreasing your calorie intake while working out 5 or 6 days per week (incorporating both cardio and strength training). Let’s break it down:
Bikini Body Boot Camp Diet
We’re cutting down to about 1500 calories per day. This may seem harsh, but it is the cold reality if you want fast results. A lot of women make the mistake of slipping up with little snacks and quick nibbles. Each little scone or muffin can pack away 400 or 500 calories, which is actually quite a bit when you consider the total number of calories you should be eating each day.
Instead, focus on eating low calorie filling foods like apples or other fruit when you start to feel the craving for snack.
Of course it is unrealistic to stick with this kind of diet non-stop for a whole month. Give yourself one day off per week to eat whatever you want. Don’t go crazy though, eat a reasonable amount of food.
Bikini Body Boot camp Workout Plan
This is going to be just as stringent as the diet portion of the bikini body bootcamp. Make time to do a cardio workout 6 days per week and weight training 4 times per week.
This may seem like a lot of work, but if you’re going to shortcut time, be prepared to make up for it with some extra effort.
Remember, if you haven’t been exercising regularly, start slowly so that you don’t injure yourself or pull a muscle.
For your cardio workouts, something simple like a treadmill, stair climbing machine, or bicycle are great.
You can alternate every once in a while to keep yourself from getting too bored. Try to do about 30 minutes of cardio each day.
Make sure to alternate the muscle groups you focus on with your weight training. If you work on your arms one day, do some squats the next day. This will give your muscles time to heal and rest while you’re working on another muscle group.
For best results make sure the weights you use are challenging for you. The more you break down a muscle group, the more calories and fat it will burn up as it repairs itself. This is what they call High Intensity Interval Training (or HIIT for short), and it is incredibly effective.
Spend about 30 minutes doing weight training on the days you do this too.
Again, this bikini body boot camp isn’t going to be easy, and it probably isn’t going to be fun either. However, if you want results and you want them fast, this is what you need to do. You’ll be shedding that winter weight and ready to turn heads at the beach this summer before you know it!