Spring Break: 3 Easy Ways to Enhance Your Muscles While At the Beach

Spring Break: How To Look More Muscular Instantly | Rick Silverman M.D. It’s that time of year when spring fever has sprung and people are ditching their everyday lives for a week at the beach. And although you have been sticking with your strict fitness routine all year long, there are still some extra things that you can do to enhance your muscles before you hit the beach. From using self-tanning lotion to picking the right swimsuit for your body, this article will discuss three easy ways you can enhance your muscles. Read on to learn more.

How To Look More Muscular Instantly

  • Self-Tan

It is no secret that a tanner body will make you look thinner and can hide your flaws. However, since tanning beds are bad news and the winter has made you pastier than you care to admit, you may not know how to get tanned skin before the beach. Try using a self-tanning cream or lotion all over your skin. To make sure that you don’t get streaks or turn orange, apply the lotion in a circular motion all across your body— rubbing it into your skin repeatedly. As a tip, apply lotion to your elbows, ankles,  and knees beforehand— this will help to prevent you from turning orange.

  • Hydrate

Water is your body’s best friend. As one of the best ways to show off your muscles, ditch the cocktails and stick with water while at the beach. Not only will you be avoiding too many empty calories, but you will also be able pumping your muscles up to perfection.

  • Suit-Up

Everyone has a different body type, and the best way to embrace your body is by knowing what is flattering and what is unflattering on you. Before you hit the beach, make sure that you choose a suit that shows off your muscles and hides your fat. Remember to take your height into consideration when choosing the perfect suit.

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Hit the beach this spring break with confidence and ease. To learn more about how you can accentuate your muscles, contact Dr. Rick Silverman’s office today to schedule a consultation.

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