Okay so I’m overweight and in middle school but i always look at videos to motivate me to loseweight and i exercise but i keep on forgetting about controlling my appetite and the next day i think nahh i’m not going to exercise anymore.I also don’t have gyms around me and i can’t afford a treadmill. What should i do?!
well you have to look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself “i am going to eat less and work out and lose weight.” firmly like you know it’s going to happen.
look at your calorie intake
girls = between 1800 and 2500 depending on your weight/age/how much you exercise
boys = 2000 – 2500 is acceptable.
guys naturally have to eat a bit more since they grow more in a small amount of time.
you don’t have to have fancy shmancy equipment to work out.
you can do jumping jacks, jack knives (amazing work out i might add) plank, push ups, sit ups, crunches all that stuff and you can go take a walk EVERY DAY after dinner.
since you’re in school, what my P.E. teacher told me was you only really learn for 30 minutes at a time so when she was in University, she did homework 30 minutes, then she went for a 10 minute run, then she came back for 30 minutes and that’s how she learned AND stayed fit.
all you need is a street / side walk and you’re good to go.
don’t worry. the weight will shed off when you start.
just remember, that extra weight isn’t gonna go anywhere but pile up until you start working out.
hope this helps!
just believe in yourself.
what i do to not eat too much is I read the calories on things before I eat it then allow 400 calories for dinner / dessert and 300 for lunch and 300 for breakfast that’s 1000 calories PLANNED
and then i have 500 calories for snacks.
try choosing low fat foods and AVOID any supplement sugars like aspertame (found in diet sodas) splenda (also found in diet sodas and many snack foods) saturated and trans fats and bad stuff for you.
this is all i can think of off the top of my head.
good luck on your weight loss plan!
and remember, it’ll take a minimum of 4 months until you see drastic changes.
don’t weigh yourself more than once every 2 weeks because when you see that heavy weight, it’ll discourage you and make you think you’re not losing weight.
just weigh when needed (twice a month at the most is all)
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1 Reduce fat intake:
2 Reduce intake of sugar:
3 Decrease alcohol consumption:
4 Stay away from processed, fast and junk foods since they are laden with fat and sugar.
5 Reduce quantity of food without going hungry:
6 Adopt regular eating habits:
7 Raise the amount of physical activity:
8 Learn a new hobby or interest:
9 Improve your metabolism by eating natural foods:
10 Control your appetite:
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