Get Slim Thick Quick with These 5 Tips

Spring has sprung, but is your body slim thick and bikini ready? If not, check out these easy recommendations on how to get that “slim thick”  look just in time for Summer vacation.

The secret’s out, we’re all about to get slim thick for the summer!

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Studies show that it takes roughly 66 days for a new behavior to turn into a habit. If you’re reading this, then you still have time to get summer time fine before bikini season.

Create a fitness plan and stick to it. If you need accountability, join a Facebook fitness support group or plan to work out with a friend. If you need inspiration, scroll through Instagram’s latest trending fitness hashtags: #slimthick #fitnessfreaks #fitnessgoals #summertimefine.

Ultimately, if you don’t have a plan then you are planning to fail. Consistency is truly key!

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Find a Slim Thick Exercise Plan

You can’t talk about slim thick without mentioning exercise. This leads us right into our next tip. 80% of success is showing up. So, plan to show up daily if you really want to see results. No, you don’t have to go to the gym every single day!

You can easily find things to do in your home or even at your place of work during your lunch break. I keep two 15 pound dumb bells in my office for days that I know will be too hectic to get to the gym. Check out Youtube if you don’t know what workouts to do for the areas that you are targeting.

Vynessa Alease is one of my favorites when it comes to fitness vloggers. Try to shoot for at least 45 to 60 minutes of daily physical activity. A little effort each day will have a considerable pay off in the long run.

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Incorporate a Slim Thick Diet Plan

If you expect to see weight loss or lean gains for the slim thick look, then just know that you’ll need to make the appropriate changes to your eating habits. This means monitoring both what and how much you eat at each meal.

The My Fitness Pal is a great app to use if you are trying to stay at a specific caloric intake. The app will tell you how many calories you’ve consumed based of what you’ve eaten for the day. It will also help you determine how much you need to work out in order to burn that amount of calories.

Don’t forget that seasonings, dressings, sauces and beverages will add to your caloric intake as well. It all adds up!

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Speaking of beverages… All of the frequent exercising can dehydrate you if you’re not taking in adequate amounts of water.

Try to keep a bottle of water within close reach. Yep, this gives you an excuse to purchase a cache of cute tumblers. This will deter you from drinking things that you shouldn’t, like soda.

This will help you meet your daily water intake goal. It is recommended that you consume eight 8 ounce glasses of water per day. Yes, it sounds overwhelming—but think about all of the wonderful ways your body will reward you for your efforts.

If water isn’t exactly your thing, try brewing up a tea or adding a healthy drink mix, like Crystal Light.

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Rest Your Body

This new lifestyle will have you feeling amazing! If done right, you can begin to remodel your metabolism. A good balance is of the upmost importance.

It is vital that you give your body the necessary time that it needs for proper recovery. This means, making sure you are rotating the muscle groups that you choose to work out each day.

In addition, make sure you are getting enough sleep at night. Try to get at least 8 hours with each slumber. Without this rest period, your body can not effectively replenish its energy nor can it repair damaged tissues.

Resting is imperative if you want to have a successful fitness regimen. Not only does it allow for adequate muscle recovery but it also will help you prevent injuries.

fitness routine and rest

Are you currently doing any of these recommendations already? Drop me a comment below to let me know. I’m curious to know what specific goals your are working on and if you have any trouble areas.

Until next time guys! Remember, fitness is the new 20s…


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Before starting any workout or diet plan, please consult with your physician.