These are the best morning habits to lose weight and belly fat faster. By mastering these habits fat loss will become much easier and effortless. Create the right morning routine and watch the pounds fall of the scale. 🔥 FREE 6 Week Shred: 🤍GravityTransformation.com 📲 FREE Diet/Workout Planner Tool: 🤍bit.ly/2N41lTX Starting your day the right way can help accelerate fat loss, increase motivation, and get the work that actually matters done. For example, the simple choice of staying in bed and watching tv or playing video games first thing after you wake up can lead to a spiral of laziness, maybe leading you to call out of work, miss your workout, and eat a bunch of junk food because you already took the day off anyway... so might as well. Instead of getting trapped in this cycle of demotivation, I want to give you 8 crucial morning habits that you can incorporate into your daily routine to help automatically reduce your calories, burn more fat, decrease the size of your waist, and feel more driven and on point throughout the rest of your day. And first, if you're trying to accelerate fat loss try having some coffee soon after you wake up. Since burning fat is almost entirely about reducing the number of calories that you take in, coffee can be a very effective tool to make you naturally desire fewer calories. That's because coffee has appetite-suppressing effects that can delay and even negate the feeling of hunger for hours. If you can decrease Ghrelin which is your hunger hormone, while increasing satiety hormones like leptin and peptide YY, youre appetite will go down. And according to numerous studies something found in coffee other than the caffeine makes it effective at reducing hunger for many people. For example, a study compared participants that drank either a placebo, caffeinated coffee, decaffeinated coffee, or water with caffeine added in. And the researchers found that decaffeinated coffee actually had the biggest impact on raising peptide YY and significantly reducing hunger. The second runner-up was the regular coffee, meanwhile, the placebo and the caffeine mixed into the water had no effect. So this showed that one or more noncaffeine ingredients in coffee may be what's leading to a lower appetite and more fat loss. This may have something to do with the fact that coffee contains phytochemical compounds called chlorogenic acids and many obesity researchers are very interested in these compounds because they may be the noncaffeinated ingredients within coffee that help decrease hunger. (1) Generally this decrease in hunger can last a while. For example in a meta-analysis researchers concluded that both coffee and decaffeinated coffee is able to reduce your appetite up to 4 hours after consumption. (2) This brings me to my next point it may help you to just have coffee and skip breakfast. If you were trying to build muscle I would recommend that you, of course, have breakfast because it'll help you add more calories to your diet which is beneficial for muscle growth since it requires that you stay in a calorie surplus. However, if you're trying to reduce the size of your belly then skipping breakfast can help you take in significantly fewer calories throughout the day. It also allows you to have larger meals later on in the day since those calories haven't been used up on breakfast. Now, this isn't to say that skipping breakfast is the only way you should set up your routine, because some people actually benefit from having breakfast and their better able to manage their hunger that way. Some people also prefer smaller more frequent meals. However there are a whole bunch of other people that either don't really like having breakfast, have more energy and feel less lethargic by skipping, or they would rather save those calories for larger more enjoyable meals later. Now if you're used to having breakfast and you want to try to skip it to save some calories, you're likely going to feel hungry the first few days because your body is used to getting fed during that that time of the ay so it'll naturally increase your hunger hormones at that time. So make sure you try it for at least a few days and give your body time to adapt to see if it fits well with your body and your preferences. If you do choose to have a breakfast, then make sure that you weigh yourself before breakfast. Weighing yourself first thing every morning is another very important habit that has been proven to help people lose weight faster, lose it more consistently. Many times we don't realize that something we're eating is actually slowing down our fat loss. If you decided to eat 3 protein cookies the night before hand and you were thinking that they're great for weight loss, but you wake up the next day, weigh yourself, and find out that your 8 pounds heavier, well that's a good sign that you should maybe test if it's the protein cookies. So by weighing yourself daily you can not...
My goal is to work out in the morning drink water track calories
I will be completely honest. I am obese, yet I have rock hard abs. Issue is I can't show them. If. Anyone has some tips to lose weight in general please let me know.
I thought drinking coffee first thing was bad for your gut? Drink water first
9. Have your gym clothes always washed and ready! My main reason for skipping my morning workout is not having clean clothes!
@GravityTransformation What about the cream I add to my decaf coffee? I can't have it black.
Coffee w/nicotine tablets(hunger suppressant) is my breakfast 😋
I did join paid as well, but no one replied 😔
What if i hate Coffee?
"You can't improve what you can't measure" ? I disagree. You improve yourself when you learn to feel what is good for you. When you stick yourself to measures, you tend to loose that "innersight".
Omg those doughnuts look delicious
almost didn't get up to do my workouts this morning! I'm down 20lbs. It really does make a difference, the rest of my day feels a little better. Each day is a little better than the day before. If u are here u want change make it,, good job and good luck
Really like the additional animations and infographics
I've never been a coffee drinker. But if decaf is still good I suppose I could use almond milk as a creamer.
q2ET7kd8A6k&t=0m40s 0:40 For those who experience the "crash" after drinking coffee, the best time to have caffeine in general will be closer to lunch time in order to avoid that. But not less than 10h before bedtime.
1st action in the morning for a killer mindset: watchin porn
As sure the editor of the video a Tamil ? 😂 so many snippets from Tamil cinema …..
Fantastic video Max!
Great information! This is something that should be listened to every morning.
Thanks for the nice presentation and the information it’s very helpful.
Here’s what I know for sure.
I am a commercial driver I don’t get very much exercise and I am overweight.
This is what I’ve done to control my weight and seems to work very well.
I eat one meal every day. I will drink a energy drink called Celsius in the morning hours when I start to get hungry which has 200 mg of natural caffeine and it’s the only energy drink that actually has a bunch of good stuff in it for you and no sugar. Throughout the day before I eat my one meal if I do get a little hungry I will drink some coconut water with no sugar in the ingredients. It also has some protein in it very much but a little bit.
Then I will eat one complete meal and try not to overdo it and trust me that meal taste really good because I’ve been waiting all day to eat. Now I just wanna say that yes in the beginning it was very difficult but after a few days my body adapted and I have lost over 20 pounds in the last two months. That’s not bad and it’s probably the right pace for your body to lose weight.. I don’t eat sugar I don’t drink soda of any kind and I try to stay away from dairy. Although I will have some eggs and avocado and maybe a couple pieces of bacon and one pancake if I decide to eat breakfast for my one meal. But usually I will have a helping a broccoli and either rice or potato or piece of bread and then I’ll have some kind of protein either a steak or a chicken breast or a fish fillet. Sometimes I’ll have a salad with a little bit of salad dressing with my meal or I’ll have a bowl of soup.
Sure, the calories I’m taking in are way lower than what my body requires but it forces my body to eat the fat storage that I have to get rid of and it’s working. When I eat my meal I also take some vitamin supplements to help balance out where I may have lost my nutritional intake if you know what I mean. It helps me balance things out basically. I’ll take a multivitamin for men I’ll take a zinc and then I’ll also take a potassium magnesium pill I’ll also take D3 with K2 and a B complex at night before I go to bed because it will naturally help you go to sleep that’s why I don’t take my B complex during the day.
Just to let you know I have tried a lot of different so-called diets like keto or some guru trying to sell me some kind of exercise program along with his stupid little diet that doesn’t work. caloric reduction is the best way to do it. In the beginning it will be hard and you’ll feel lethargic but as time goes on just within a few days your body will adjust. Stay strong! Don’t give up! If you do this you will lose weight and just remember to take something like coconut water or an energy drink to help burn more fat through raising your metabolism. The caffeine will cause you to be a little bit more hungry but just remember eat that one meal in the afternoon that way you have nothing in your stomach when you go to bed. Drink lots of water in between. I weighed almost 275 pounds three months ago. I am down to 240 right now. I know in the next three months I will be down to my target weight of 210 pounds. If I can get my butt out of this truck I am going to start exercising . And once I start doing that I will definitely have to incorporate another meal or more caloric intake to help build lean muscle. Anyway that’s what works for me good luck to everyone!