What to do when your workout doesn't work
When you first start a fitness routine, the chance is high you will quickly notice a difference - and we don't just mean feeling a bit sore! Going from zero to fit can bring about some huge and welcoming changes. Your clothes might start to feel looser on your body, your skin may look healthier and you may be sleeping better. Naturally, your body becomes accustomed to the activity and it will eventually plateau. This indicates that it's time to switch up your workouts, incorporate strength training into your cardio or begin high-intensity training.
Many people still find that no matter what activity they try, there are certain areas on the body that do not change. It can be frustrating to some when it feels like all the effort is for nothing - but this is where you don't give up. Instead, you seek advice from your plastic surgeon on treatments that may help.
Zap away fat cells
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, people who do not have the time to recover from a procedure like Liposuction may want to consider SculpSure. It's noninvasive and you could actually work out right after you are treated, if you so desire. The body will feel a little sore, like after a hard gym session, but if this doesn't bother you, feel free to get up and go! And what's more is that the procedure works on stubborn areas like the abdomen and inner thighs.
After four weeks of treatment, results will be visible, with optimal contouring after 8 to 12 weeks.
If you're struggling with a slimmer physique, a treatment like SculpSure can help. This procedure can complement the hard work you're putting in at the gym, and inspire you to make more nutritious food choices during the day.