To follow this plan, you must be able to run for 30 minutes without stopping
Day after day, your figure will slim down (don't hesitate to take your waist, hip and thigh measurements before starting the programme) and then you will lose weight with a suitable nutritional programme that is provided in the advice.
May I suggest completing one session per week on an empty stomach.
This means that you will run in the morning before eating anything.
This will help you burn up more fat, but it's a method that should be used sparingly. Follow the programme carefully to get your body used to this method.
When you get back from your training, have a healthy breakfast, in line with the advice given by our nutritionist.
Ideally, you should do your training on Tuesdays, Thursdays and over the weekend so as to spread them out evenly throughout the week.
For your first session on an empty stomach, it's a good idea to pick a route you can do in short loops so as to be able to cut it short if you start feeling unwell.
You should also take a lump of sugar or a gel with you, just in case your head starts spinning or you get a craving to eat something.
Before starting your outing on an empty stomach, don't hesitate to drink a glass of water or a mug of tea without adding any sugar.
Given the sequence of sessions and efforts made, a little fatigue may set in.
Take care of yourself, change into some dry clothes after running, follow our nutritional advice, maintain a healthy lifestyle and everything will be fine!
The training workload drops significantly this week so that you can recover from the effort made during the previous 3 weeks.
Make the most of the resulting free time to do some core strength exercises or stretches, for example.
After 4 weeks, the programme is already showing results. What more encouragement do you need to stay motivated?
Subject to exceptions, training on an empty stomach should not exceed 1 hour.
If needed, you can hydrate regularly during the session by drinking water.
As you will have noticed, running on an empty stomach is a very effective way of losing weight.
However, if this method is repeated too often or for too long, it can lead to significant bouts of fatigue.
It is important to show restraint regarding the frequency (no more than once a week) and duration (no more than one hour) of this type of training.
Always be aware of what your body is telling you.