Losing weight hasn’t always been easy for many people. We struggle every day with trying everything we can to shed a few or several pounds. Some people lose weight faster and quicker than others, but if you keep at it, you will lose those extra pounds you put on.
Here are 10 tips for anyone who is struggling to lose weight.
1. Exercise Burning Fat At Home or Gym room.
You hear this all the time but it’s the truth, the key to lose weight is getting exercise. In order to lose your weight AND keep it off, you need a minimum of five 30 minutes sessions per week. Pick an exercise you enjoy, it’ll be easier for you to stick with it. Basic gym members are affordable and you won’t regret signing up… I promise!
2. Weight Training
Weight training is a little different because of the huge benefits weight training has to offer when it comes to losing weight. Basically, the more muscle tissue you have, the more calories you’re going to burn. The reason is that muscle is active tissue and fat, well, isn’t. This is why your muscles will burn more calories each day for their own maintenance.
3. Keep A Diary Burn Fat.
It sounds a little odd, but if you keep a food diary it can be a big asset in your weight loss. Write down what you ate and how much, how hungry you were before you ate and any feelings or emotions you are currently having. The diary will help keep you focused and how track to achieving your weight loss goals.
4. Focus On Being Healthy And Not On Being Thing
Many people find that they’re more successful at achieving long-term weight loss if they focus on being healthier and not just being skinnier. If you think about what foods will help keep you healthy and not just foods that will make you thinner, it will affect your body’s weight.
5. Find Out Why You Overeat
Stressed, loneliness, anger, depression. These are all reasons why many people start overeating. If you’re able to deal with your emotions without food, this will help you get control back and start losing weight.
6. Surround Yourself With A Support Group
Encouragement and support from others are very important in successful long-term weight loss. Many programs like Jenny Craig and Weight Watchers have places in your area where people come to talk about their weight loss and get tips and advice from people just like themselves who have been there.
7. Portion Control
It’s not just watching what you eat, but also how much you eat. Watch the amount of food you eat in one sitting. Sometimes it’ll help you eat half the food on your plate and save the other half for tomorrow. Pay attention to how hungry you really are and stop eating when you feel comfortable full-not stuffed!
8. Small Changes
The more weight that’s lost quickly, the more likely it’s coming from water and muscle-not fat. Fat loss is better achieved when you lose weight slowly. Try not to lose more than two pounds in a week; one pound is about 3,500 calories. Small changes like eating 250 calories less a day and trying to lose about 250 calories a day from exercise will help you lose one-two pounds, of mostly fat, a week. Follow what Bob did in the movie, What About Bob? Baby steps.
9. Eat Slowly
This too sounds a little odd, but eating slowly can help shed some pounds. This is because it can take the brain 20 minutes before it begins to realize that you’re getting full. Those who eat really fast will sometimes eat beyond their level of fullness. Depending on how quickly you eat, the amount of calories consumed before you start getting full can be significant. Next time you eat a meal, slow down!
10. Eat less fat
Done wisely, limiting the amount of fatty foods in your can will be helpful in your weight loss. If you eat more than what your body uses, you’re going to gain weight. So eating less fat will help you lose weight. Just remember, eating less fat and replacing it with excessive amounts of “fat-free” products will not help you lose weight.
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