The concept or perception that physical activity alone can help an individual to achieve the dream body is entirely wrong and should not be encouraged. For most individuals exercise alone may not be enough.
The predominance of diet or exercise over the other in the quest for a healthy weight or flat belly largely depends on the age and physical condition of the individual. Very young people may have to concentrate a little more on exercise whereas others especially older ones may need to focus on a little more on diet or both. Some people are of the view that for weight loss, you need 80% dietary management and 20% exercise.
Participating in mild, moderate or high intensity exercises most days of the week is linked to longevity, improved balance and many more. Being disciplined about what you eat in addition to exercises achieves desirable results in terms of weight loss and a flat belly. All individuals who eat large quantities of meals after physical activity are working in futility if their aim is to lose weight.
Both physical exercise and diet are crucial for obtaining that healthy body . Many studies have proven that exercise raises your basal metabolic rate BMR which means a person burns more calories overthe course of the day . Prof . Thijjsen of Liverpool John Moores University echoed that if a person exercised for three months or four without changing the diet, the individual may only lose about 1kg.
Without mincing words, exercising without eating less would not help you to lose weight and your dream of achieving a flat belly may never be realised.