The Best Tips for Getting In Beach Body Shape
But if you spent much of this cold winter huddled away inside and eating your favorite comfort foods, the thought of revealing your beach body might leave you feeling a little panicked. Fortunately, there’s still time to get ready for that bikini. Here are the best tips for getting in beach body shape, courtesy of Dr. Linda Kelley of Cobb Wellness and Aesthetics in Roswell, GA:
- Start cleaning up your diet. While you don’t have to sacrifice every food you love, start incorporating more veggies into your daily meals. Aim for four servings of veggies per day, with a lean protein at most meals. Limit your treats to one day per week, where you can have a “cheat” day.
- Find a workout or fitness class that genuinely challenges you. Jogging on the treadmill can burn calories, but if you need to get that beach body, you need to shock your body and challenge your muscles. Sign up for a spinning class, try Zumba with a friend, or give an at-home program like Intensity or P90X a try.
- Drink at least 64 ounces of water per day. This will flush away water weight, which can help you look less bloated and much leaner when you’re on the beach.
Of course, there’s a way you can get the beach body you’ve always wanted faster – and you’ll find it at Cobb Wellness and Aesthetics.
Dr. Kelley offers a highly effective HCG diet, which is medically supervised and customized to your exact specifications. HCG is a powerful hormone that helps torch fat while kick-starting your metabolism; clients who have been on the HCG diet have lost as much as a pound a day.
Once you start your weight-loss journey, Dr. Kelley can use Exilis treatments to tighten skin and contour any trouble spots. Exilis uses powerful radiofrequency heat to destroy fat cells as well as promote collagen and elastin production. The end result is tighter, younger-looking skin that shows off all of your hard work.
Ready to get that beach body? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Kelley at Cobb Wellness and Aesthetics in Roswell, GA today.