Beach Body

The 3 Best Ways to Get Your Beach Body Beach-Ready

As Summer season begins, people are working out more and preparing for a much-needed beach getaway after the last few months of snow and rain. There are countless ways to get your beach body beach-ready, but not all of them are suited towards your lifestyle and schedule. Here are three of the best ways to get lean and ready for your beach outfit in just a short period of time. 

Opt For Liposuction 

There are more than 400,000 liposuction operations carried out annually, most of which are done under general anesthesia. This statistic showcases the popularity and trustworthiness of the procedure. Liposuction is recommended for people who have tried losing weight with organic lifestyle changes to no avail. It can be done on different areas including the abdomen, back, buttocks, chest, hips, flanks, thighs, and upper arms. One of the benefits of liposuction is that the results are typically permanent, given that the person adheres to proper diet and exercise regimens. 

Consider Body Contouring

Body contouring is similar to liposuction but with some subtle differences, cost-wise and procedure-wise. It covers a myriad of body parts including the face, breast, stomach, arms, and inner thighs. A notable benefit of body contouring is its ability to target multiple areas of the body in one procedure. More than one body part can be contoured, depending on the gravity of the corrections to be done. The results of body contouring can provide significantly improved comfort as it removes excess skin. Your body feels firmer and more comfortable as you move around. There is no chaffing or uncomfortable jiggling of the arms or knees when the procedure is complete. 

Cut Carbs 

Weeks before Summer even starts, cut your carb intake while simultaneously increasing your protein intake. Try cutting 25 grams of carbohydrates and adding 10 grams of protein per week from your diet. This forces your body to burn more fat for fuel while also improving the thermal effect of food. In addition, it leads to flushing more excess water from your body without dehydrating your muscles. Aside from carb-cutting, it should also be apparent how important 6 to 8 hours of sleep is. Not getting enough sleep or getting too much sleep can both cause unhealthy fluctuations in your body weight. 

Getting your body toned and beach-ready this summer doesn’t have to be a grueling and time-intensive process. Consult our office today to get started with your weight-loss goals for the swimsuit season!