28 weight loss tips with exercise
The best weight loss tips is following a diet plan without costing your health, without feeling hungry and most importantly without getting the extra weight back once you stop the diet. The way to do this is to increase the pace of your metabolism. And the best way to succeed is to increase your physical activity with exercise, to get into the habit of daily physical exercise. This article is just about that. It outlines 28 weight loss tips with exercise that you can use to achieve your weight loss goals with the help of physical exercise.
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[…] If you want me to be honest with you, it’s easy to lose weight. I think one of the most important thing is that you shouldn’t need to think you should drop 5 lbs in a day. Waking up one morning and telling yourself to stop stuffing your face is enough motivation for you to cutback all the cravings you have for food. The moment you get serious, make certain that there’s no stopping you. So, instead of the everyday comfort given by your bagels and croissants, why not make salad with protein a part of your life once more? It may be hard to completely eliminate chocolates and sweet cravings every once in a while, but the point is, you don’t have to go overboard. Also you always need to be on the lookout for exercise for weight loss […]
Love that someone finally remembered to add sprints to it. half an hour of good sprint-stop-sprint-stop… workout will do more for your fat loss than a whole week of cardio…
Pretty interesting post with weight loss, don’t really take the time to post comments but thought I would. I’ll probably take a look around online for some more info so I can include in my blog.
These are all very solid tips for losing weight. I especially like tip #18. You really do need to take a break during proper weight loss.
I would go for cutting junk food and alcohol and setting your pace. Maybe increasing the intensity when exercising too. But really, if you start to lose weight by exercising, consider continuing to exercise even when you reach your weight loss goal. Yeah, maybe smaller exercise is needed but don’t throw it all away.
i realy likes your tips
Can we have more tips on exercise pls. Maybe with pic
These are some really good tips. Especially when it tells you not to expect to lose 5lbs at once! Keep in mind when exercizing that you are burning fat and at some point will gain muscle which weighs more than fat. So sometimes you may not lose weight but inches. So don’t always worry about what the scale says. I have been exercising for awhile but have not seen a lot of movement on the scale yet. Clothes are starting to get baggy on me though! Make sure you measure yourself as well as weigh yourself so you can see the changes both ways.
Good luck everyone! 🙂
Response to “””Heather on Wed, 28th Sep 2011 3:03 pm”””
Hello Heather, having read your comment above really gave me a shot in the arm … I am on a great eating program (fruits, veggies, whole grain, etc etc ) and walking 3 miles on my treadmill 6 days a week …. I have seen very little if any movement on the scale either as you mentioned, BUT size 5 jeans fit again 🙂 🙂 🙂 and bikinis from a few years ago fit again … so I have lost inches vs. pounds from the muscle I have gained ..your posting made me feel good and gooder 🙂 🙂 and I am getting smaller and smaller … praise the Lord 🙂 thanks Heather 🙂 🙂 be blerssed
Well written article. Exercising is the key to weight loss.
Tip #26 should be number 1 on your list!
Before anyone starts a diet or exercise program they should
consult with their doctor to eliminate potential cardiac problems.
These are great tips. If we think about them they seem hard but just trying one simple thing a day makes a difference in our lives.
i have been married for 6yrs and have no child and my doctor said is hormonal-in balance.But i suspect am over weight.what do i do especially my Tommy.
I like #20. People think diet soda is the answer but water is the best. Diet soda will only make you crave sweet drinks when it’s not available.
As far as these tips go…
With #2, get a pair of resistance bands. You can bring them anywhere and turn your home or office into a gym with them.
And as far as #16 goes, bravo!!! By switching to water and moving away from sugary drinks and alcohol, you could save hundreds of calories a day…or tens of thousands of calories a month. The pounds will fly off then.
But I don’t agree with #12…milk, in particular chocolate, is well-known to be a fantastic recovery drink after your workouts.