Weight reduction: Insurgent Wilson’s movie star PT shares food regimen plan on how you can slim

Rebel Wilson initially slimmed down after branding 2020 the “Year of Health”. She lost about 5.7 pounds as a result and she opened up about her weight loss transformation in a recent interview.

Speaking to Apple Fitness+, the Aussie actor praised the benefits of walking for weight loss.

She said, “The doctor said to me, ‘Rebel, the best way for you to lose unwanted body fat is to just walk.’

“‘Doesn’t have to be high intensity, doesn’t have to be uphill walking, just moderate walking an hour a day.

“‘And if you can do that for your body type, it’s the best way to lose unwanted body fat.'”

According to studies, walking can burn around 300 calories in an hour.

In addition to gentle exercises, Rebel has shared clips of her doing high-intensity workouts at the gym.

This included acting training with PT Jono Castano.

The celebrity trainer previously spoke to Express.co.uk to share the top tips to follow when trying to lose weight or live healthier.


drink enough

Drinking water should not be underestimated, explained the expert.

This can help dieters flush out excess waste and improve overall health.

Jono said: “Staying hydrated has so many additional benefits for your body.

“It helps with digestion, absorbs nutrients and eliminates waste products.”

“It also keeps you fuller for longer because when you’re thirsty you can mistake that for hunger,” added Jono.

Calorie intake v calorie output

While there are many different diet plans on the market, the trainer said weight loss ultimately boils down to calories.

He said the easiest way to stay in shape is not to overeat.

A balanced diet plan is also important and slimmers should aim to consume a mix of all nutrients.

“Any body transformation always comes down to this simple equation,” Jono continued.

“Always include a balance of good fats, protein, carbohydrates, and fiber in your diet to ensure you’re getting the most out of what you eat.”

Eat to get full

Lean people should be aware of when they’re feeling full and not overeat, Jono advised.

He said: “Overeating can leave you feeling full, sluggish and tired as your body uses more energy to digest.

“Mindful eating helps you understand when you’ve eaten enough.”

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