Light exercise is allowed and is classed as an activity which does not cause you to break a sweat. For example a half hour walk or gentle bike ride.
Simply put, the more you exercise, the more calories you burn and the more weight you lose.† Any kind of exercise is beneficial, but aerobic exercise is most beneficial - that is exercise that gets your heart pumping faster, (to a maximum of 60% to 70% of your maximum heart rate) such as running, cycling, swimming. Be sensible and listen to your body.
Doing non-aerobic exercise, such as lifting weights, will help build up muscle. However, muscle is denser than fat, so if you’re looking to lose weight, aerobic exercise is much more beneficial. You should try and make sure that you exercise for at least 20-30 minutes at a time to ensure your body has time to start burning calories.
If your chosen exercise takes you under the recommended daily calorie allowance then you should substitute this in your diet usually by taking another Shake That Weight product or by increasing your evening meal intake.
TIP: Remember it’s important to drink more water before, during and after exercise to replace fluids lost through sweat.
Important: Do not undertake any strenuous exercise routine without consulting a doctor