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22 General Weight Lose Tips
Follow these tips for get your weight lose in 1 week.
GENERAL WEIGHT LOSS TIPS
1. Write down your goals and keep them in your sight to motivate yourself.
2. The best 5 word diet plan ever: eat less and move more. (I’ve tried it, it works!)
3. When you are first checking out ways to lose weight, don’t be tempted by products that make outrageous claims that couldn’t possibly be accurate. The only thing guaranteed when losing weight is that you will be better off by working hard as there’s no easy solution.
4. When setting on a weight loss goal, be sure to keep it realistic. It’s impossible to lose 20 pounds (10 kg) in a few days. When you create realistic goals, you can enjoy multiple small successes. Doing otherwise only sets you up for failure and disappointment. Your weekly weight loss goal should be one to two pounds (0.5 to 1 kg)
5. If you eat more calories than your body needs, they will be stored as fat. Remember this the next time you are sitting around doing nothing and thinking about eating a huge meal. You don’t need to eat large amounts unless you know you’re going to use plenty of energy for extended physical activity. This way, the calories you ingest actually get used.
6. Avoid eating right before you go to bed. If you typically go to bed at 10, then no more food after 8. If you absolutely must eat a meal before bedtime, eat vegetables and wash them down with water. Although you cannot always avoid eating before bed, do what you can to make it a habit. When the body is inactive, excess calories are stored.
7. Ultimately weight loss is about the balance between calories taken in and calories burned. Take the weight you want to be and the activity level that you maintain and calculate the number of calories that you should eat to maintain that weight. Now you have to eat fewer calories than this number, on average, over time to lose weight and achieve your target. Keep a food diary with full daily calorie calculations. Write down everything.
8. Stop watching the scale every day. If you weigh yourself, do it just once a week — as soon as you wake up, after you use the bathroom. It’s important to make a habit of checking your weight at regular intervals while you’re trying to reduce it. This will help you chart your progress and see what is working with your plan. It is a good idea to record your progress on a chart.
9. No matter how much you want a change in your life, nothing will happen until you DO something. You can talk about starting an exercise regimen and eating healthier foods all you want, but nothing will change until you START DOING IT.
10. Start small. Changing your lifestyle overnight is very bad for your body and your mind. You’ll get sick of eating oatmeal 3 times a day, or grapefruit. Your life should be enjoyable and healthy!
11. For people who want to lose 100+ pounds (45 kg), dealing with the underlying issues of self-medicating depression or anxiety is going to be a lot more effective than anything else. Feeling bad about being fat and trying to lose weight, or putting yourself in exercise situations you don’t feel comfortable in are not going to really help until the underlying issues of using food to treat boredom or anxiety or depression. After treating this underlying problem, the good habits will come without nearly so much struggle.
12. Be aware of self-deception. It can sneak up on you from any angle. Examples of food deceptions: Breaded/fried chicken breast does not constitute an optimally healthy protein source, compared to simple grilled chicken breast. Potatoes do not constitute a viable vegetable source (they are a carbohydrate source).
13. Derive your self-worth from something other than a number on a scale and instead gift yourself a body that will function well to serve your noble life’s goals.
14. Never give up, even after you have failed a few times. When you fail, start over – it’s only natural. Watch those TV programs like “The Biggest Loser” or “Celebrity Fit Club”, because they are great motivators.
15. Get enough sleep – that’s the first and most important step. Without sleep, it’s harder to plan your meals, to exercise, or to consciously eat healthy..
16. Find motivation other than within yourself. Workout FOR somebody else that you care about (your kids, loved ones, friends etc.). When you don’t feel like working out, remember that you’re doing it for them.
17. Focus on health and NOT weight loss. It is far more important that you live a happy, healthy life than look good naked. You’ll thank yourself when you are 80 and still lead an active life.
18. You can lose weight by walking. Walking is not only good for losing weight, but it can keep your appetite satisfied. You can burn up to 500 calories an hour by walking.
19. Instead of using an elevator, walk up a flight of stairs. This can help you burn calories and stretch the muscles in your body. If you need to lose weight quickly, run the stairs for a little while.
20. To lose weight properly, your metabolism must be speed up. Gaining muscles will help increase your metabolism. Find exercise activities that you enjoy. That way, you can burn a greater number of calories and have greater flexibility.
21. Try to consume the right types of food if you are beginning a weight loss regimen. Don’t assume that you won’t eat the junk food in your kitchen. Get rid of it so that you don’t fall prey to unhealthy food that is within your grasp. The first thing to do so you can lose weight is to start eating right.
22. If the first exercise and diet plan is not working as quickly as you had hoped, do not allow yourself to become discouraged. Allow some time for you to measure whether or not a plan is working. You don’t need to be hard on yourself or give up.
Healthy Food Tips For Weight Lose
23. Water, water, water. It kick-starts your metabolism. Stop drinking soda. Drink a big glass of water prior to every meal. Our brains confuse thirst and hunger a lot of the time, which leads us to eat when we are not really hungry. When you feel hungry, try consuming some water first.
24. Make one change at a time. Don’t cut everything out at once. For example, cut out fried foods. When you’re used to that, cut out soda, etc.
25. Lay off the rubbish food, apart from one day a week where you can eat what you like – it’ll help you stick to it and you won’t have the temptation to eat rubbish all the time.
26. Eat according to the Glycemic Index, sticking with low and mediumindex foods.
27. Be mindful of what you are eating. Keep a food journal or diary. Seeing it in writing always gives it weight and helps reveal patterns or triggers.
28. Eat raw fruits, veggies and nuts.
29. Brush your teeth early in the evening rather than just before bed. It keeps you from snacking if you’re not really hungry.
30. Portion control used with a 20 minute wait time — wait 20 minutes after eating the sensible portions, and then see if you still feel hungry. Nine times out of ten, you won’t. If you do, get a little more.
31. No fast food. Period. Cut out the sugar, too.
32. Commit to one diet. Start by making a list of low-calorie foods that you love, that you find satisfying; and when you’re hungry make sure you eat lots of those foods.
33. If you’re a parent, don’t absorb “invisible” calories by eating your kids’ food.
34. Snack between meals – starving yourself for 6 or 7 hours at a time between lunch and dinner means you will overeat at dinner.
35. Eat everything in moderation. If you really want French fries and a hamburger, or ice cream, or a cookie, it’s OK to indulge a little occasionally. Key word is occasionally. Better to indulge a little, than to binge later.
36. Learn to cook, from scratch. That way, you control what you are eating.
37. Eat as soon after you get up as possible. This gets your metabolism working at a higher rate sooner in the day.
38. Cut out alcohol or reduce your intake to one or two glasses a week. Alcohol is full of “empty” calories.
39. Instead of counting calories, concentrate on reducing your fatintake. Fat that you eat converts more readily into body fat than does protein or carbohydrate.
40. Positive change is easier than negative change. Instead of thinking of foods that are “bad” and that you feel like you need to cut out, think about all the new recipes and foods you will get to try if you start experimenting with more vegetables, more beans, more spices, etc.
41. If you’re a stress eater, try sunflower or pumpkin seeds. Lots of chewing, not many calories.
42. Reduce the intake of three white things – white flour (all-purpose flour), salt and sugar. Get rid of white flour completely if possible.
43. Buying smaller dishes can help you reach your weight loss goals. It is in our nature to fill our plate or bowl with food, but as time passes, portions have become larger and it’s harder to figure out how much you should really be eating. Using a smaller salad plate allows you to fill your plate while still eating less.
44. Remember to take note of the foods that you consume when you’re engaged in a weight loss program. Research has proven that those dieters who track everything they are eating tend to lose more weight than those who do not. They have been shown to lose about twice as much weight when compared to those that don’t keep track of what they eat.
45. Try eating green veggies, they are super foods. Green vegetables are filled with fibers, vitamins, minerals and nutrients. Broccoli, green beans, spinach and kale are a few examples of the healthiest green veggies. You will see the weight loss you want if you incorporate these foods into your diet.
46. Watch the calories in your beverages when you are dieting. All beverages that you drink, aside from water and unsweetened tea, contain some calories. All those calories add up from beverages like colas, beer, sweet tea, coffee drinks and more. Keep track of these calories and include them in your daily allotted count.
47. Don’t keep junk food and other things you are avoiding in your house. Just by making the simple choice to leave the junk food outside the home, you will not need to constantly face temptation. Rather than having unhealthy items, keep healthy food choices easily accessible to grab for a quick snack.
Weight Lose EXERCISE TIPS
48. People can expect to lose a lot more weight if they have a friend that will lose weight with you. Make weight loss a shared experience by exercising together. You can talk about the bad and celebrate the good as weight loss buddies. When you have to answer to another person, you are much less likely to slack off on your diet and workout routine.
49. Go backpacking. Carrying a heavy pack and walking around a lot will help you shed a lot of pounds.
50. Exercise at least 3 times per week. It can be any kind and at any time. Sure there are better times and better exercises for fat burning, but they all beat sitting on the couch. Strength training or aerobic exercise is easy to add into your daily activities regardless of how busy of a schedule you may have. Use the counter in your kitchen to do dips or pushups.
51. If you can’t run, start slow by walking for 9 minutes and jog for 1 minute. Do that a couple of times and then slowly exchange the minutes walking for minutes running.
52. Get an active dog! They will force you to get outside every day, and they make the best exercise companions.
53. Make friends (if you haven’t already) with very physically active people. If you have very active friends, you will be exercising without even noticing it because you will be having fun with friends.
54. Try taking a walk prior to eating dinner. If you do this, you will burn some extra calories right before dinner. You will also notice that you will feel full, even though you eat less.
55. Set yourself a schedule that works for you. If working out in the morning before work is your best option, do that. If working out in the evening after work is best, workout then. Make it your goal to follow through with consistency, and soon your weight loss will be real.
56. Remember that when you’re doing cardio exercise, you want to burn as many calories as you can for the entire length of time you are working out. This is usually accomplished by working at your maximum level of intensity for as long as you can, not counting the warm up and cool down periods. However, if you are just beginning or resuming your workout routine, you’ll need to take it easier than someone who is already in decent shape and can withstand higher intensity workouts. As you get stronger and build stamina, you should be able to gradually boost the level of intensity that you can withstand comfortably and safely.
57. Stay active beyond your workouts. A daily workout will undoubtedly provide some great health benefits and make weight loss easier – but if that’s all the physical activity you get each day, you are limiting your progress. Instead, do what you can to be more active all day long. Take walks with your children, pets, spouse, friends, or co-workers. Keep a set of light dumbbells in your office and do a few short reps during breaks. Clean and organize your garage and basement on the weekends. Every bit of physical activity adds up and improves your fitness level.
58. Buy a pedometer and try to get 10,000 steps per day in. That’s about 5 miles +/- depending on your stride length.
59. Walk everywhere – walk or bike ride that short distance instead of driving.
60. Replace your least favorite TV show with mild exercises for 30 or so minutes.
61. Do squats while brushing the back sides of your teeth and calf rises while brushing the fronts. Then you get in at least some exercise and also brush long enough.
62. Piece your workout together. You don’t need to get all your exercise at one time. Ten minutes morning, noon, and night can give much of the same benefit as 30 minutes all at once.
63. Hunt for the farthest parking space. If you drive to work or to run errands, purposefully park your car a little farther from your office or the store. It may not seem like much, but over weeks and months, these minutes of exercise add up.