I have tried to lose weight before a few times, and it never works for me like at all. I don’t know what to do, but I want to lose weight fast, and healthy. I wanna lose like a lot of weight in a few months because I am fat and I am impatient.Does anyone have ideas or tips?
See your medical doctor before deciding your course of action to alter your body mass and weight. Your doctor can give you a realistic range of weights suitable for your age, gender and height.
You must rule out medical conditions that could be the cause of your weight gain, water retention or inability to lose pounds. After getting a clean bill of health and clearance from your doctor, You should increase your exercise and decrease your caloric intake by eating smaller portions of food at each meal. It is medically safe to lose up to 2 pounds each week. Females over 5 feet tall should not be eating less than 1,200 calories a day on any dietary plan. It is important to have patience with yourself so that you do not sabotage your weight loss efforts and give up just because you do not see your desired results as fast as you would like to do so. Remember to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Eat small portions frequently to avoid hunger. Eat a medium sized breakfast, a big lunch and a small dinner at least 3 hours before bedtime. Get sufficient rest and sleep for your body to adjust to the changes you make. Include foods from each food group, proteins, carbohydrates or starches, vegetables, fruits, and grains to stay healthy as you decrease your daily caloric intake. Avoid sugary beverages and snacks with calories but few nutrients. Select exercises that are fun and not too demanding of you so that you will be able to keep doing them every day. 30 minutes of exercise at least 3 times a week is recommended. If you follow this general advice you should be able to lose up to 24 pounds in 3 months. Weight control must be a lifetime habit in order to keep it off. Best wishes to you for success.
1. First start by getting up earlier than usual. Around 5:30 AM to do some of you workouts. Getting up early shocks your metabolism because the body needs more energy to get going. Right? This will start your system on the road to weight loss. That early start with about 10 minutes of stretching. Have a cup of coffee to get the blood going also.
2. Do all the sit-ups you can. Just do them. 15 or 20 whatever, we don’t have a lot of time to work with. Rest 1 minute repeat, do this for 6 sets. Already you are breathing hard and feel worn, because the body is working extra hard at being up earlier and then going right into exercise. If the early morning hour lets you get your cardio in, go ahead and do it. 30 minutes.
3. Diet. Cut all current meal portions in half, just cut them in half, nothing fancy or complicated, CUT IN HALF! Cut out all bread products, all gravies, candies, chips, night snacks, etc. If you crave at night eat a banana, other fruit or best a non-fat yogurt. There are some tasty ones out there.
4. In the evening do another 6 sets of sit-ups maxing out each set. Cardio again. The trick is to stay with getting up earlier. Yes it’s hard, that’s why it is so effective. Why do you think the Army gets up so early, it is intense training to the max.
Studies prove that people who lose weight quickly are more likely to gain it back.
It shocks your body, and it can screw up your metabolism permanently to make gaining weight easier and losing weight harder… giving you something to struggle with all of your life.
If you make “fast” a more important factor than “permanent,” you are going to screw yourself badly.
Losing weight is more of a mental battle than a physical one. If you really want to be successful, you have to battle your impatience before you can change your habits.
And fact is, the only way to lose weight and keep it off is to change your habits— forever. To learn to make better choices about exercising and eating healthier. Because if you ever change back to your old habits, your cells will gladly gain all that weight back.
So what does it matter how long it takes? As long as you change your lifestyle to healthier habits, you will take it off and keep it off.