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So how do we stay in shape over the festive season? Well this statement is an oxymoron. Unless you already eat high fat and high salt foods laced with complex starchy carbohydrates, then staying in shape over Christmas is impossible unless you do one of two things; either don't indulge in high fat, high salt and starchy foods (and no-one really wants to deny themselves these tasty treats) or exercise more (also unlikely as it is nice to sit around and do nothing and what's more most gyms close over Christmas). So those used to eating high protein and low carb foods with no salt either have to be very determined not to (such as body shapers or bodybuilders getting ready for a contest in January), otherwise they will accumulate incidental fat and fluid retention.
But that is not all bad news. Once you resume your normal diet again, the filtering systems of the body will eliminate the extra fluid very quickly. And with some hard training in the first few weeks of January, then you will burn off any extra accumulated bodyfat very quickly. So back to normal by mid January.
So for those who enjoy the festive period, don't get too stressed. Although not great for our physical health this period of indulgence takes us away from our training programs and diets, but does wonders for our mental health. As long as you don't carry the festivities over until mid January, you will be back to normal in no time
Personal trainer fitness experts exercises specialist functional training bodybuilding nutrition advaicer the active channel tv presenter Sky 281.