If you dread exercising then you probably don't want that toned, fit body enough. Make exercise fun and exciting, but start easy and build your strength up.
- Do you exercise to the same songs each morning?
- What’s the best plan if your partner doesn’t particularly give you confidence to keep going?
- How early do you get up to exercise before work? What kind of exercise do you do?
- How do you build and form a HABIT strongly and as quickly as possible?
- How did you stick to exercising even when you were at your lowest?
I'd wish you good luck, but you don't need luck. You got this!
Choose food that’s has low calories and u have to know which calories ur body need exactly and depends male or female, mom or ms, ur efforts and works u did.. just know ur body and learn what it needs..
oil free, leave cheese, and choose dark brown breads that made wiz whole wheat. Drink natural juice and I used to drink ginsbill wiz cinnamon and cummins and mix of honey..
also drink one cup of warm water in the morning its helpful of cleanse my body by flushing out..
Walking is a great form of low impact exercise. You can break it into 10 minute intervals but should aim for 30 minutes total a day. Also, weight training is important.
If you are medically restricted from exercise, talk too your doctor about what you can do.
Inspiration: The French Diet
Plus, exercise doesn’t have to be running on a treadmill. You are exercising when you clean the house, wash the dog, take the bins out, weed the garden, pack up after your kids, etc etc.
The real trick to exercise is to find something you like doing that involves you moving.
And one or two cups of green tea before sleeping( better to squeeze half a lemon in it )helps reducing belly fat.
Losing weight without doing any sort of excercise is a little bit tough. You should follow a very strict diet, personally costumized by an expert. But you will get better results doing excercise alongside your diet, even it is very simple and short.
Hope that's helpful!
If you want lose weight without eercice is all point to chang your eating habit!
However, you don't need to have a huge exercise regime to lose weight.
I use a food log to track my food intake so I'm accountable. I eat breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner and another snack. I eat a lot of high fiber foods and protein rich foods with some fruit/veggies every meal. I try to eat whole foods and avoid processed and packaged foods. I avoid eating out if I can, but if I do need to grab a quick bite, I gravitate towards a high fiber option like a protein bar. I try to make my meals at home, so I know what goes in them. And I drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. This week I lost 4lbs! You got this!
Drinking water also helps. Water is good for the metabolism and also good for oxidation.
But still, we need to sweat a little. If you are not into extreme excercise, them maybe you can try yoga. It has less movement but helps you sweat a lot.
However, don't neglect a healthy, active lifestyle. You won't feel good. You won't have good muscle tone, so your looks will suffer. You won't build strong bones, core strength, and grip strength, so you will deteriorate faster in old age. Even just going for walks and some light bodyweight exercises are so much better than no exercise. Not to mention, you can lose another pound per week with exercise.
Try to replace aspects of your life with alternatives. They don't have to be super big but they can allow you to readjust your mindset and priorities. You could take the flight of stairs rather than the elevator or you could stop somewhere a little further than your work so you can walk to make up that distance and maybe even become familiar with the surroundings outside your work.
Always think- what is the me I want to be?
I hope this helped.. I'm no professional but these things do work .
Once you do this, you will notice something interesting. In addition to the thoughts you have about the food you eat, you will also notice you have feelings related to the food you eat as well. Shame and guilt are common. That's what gives what you eat a charge. That is when the real work and the opportunity to change your weight begins.
The second major change factor to losing weight begins when you then note the timing of when you eat. If you notice guilt and shame are frequent and then you look at when you choose the foods linked to those emotions, you may also become aware that there are common factors in what is happening in your life and what foods you are choosing. In other words, emotions are triggered by events or thoughts and are linked to how you look at food and what you choose.
I have lost weight without exercising just by becoming aware. Even if I choose foods one may consider "bad.". My guess is that this has to do the chemicals that are released in your body when you experience shame and guilt or anger or other low-level feelings.
Taking these initials steps will build the foundation for the next step: exercise. You then will take the same step of changing your mind about how you view exercise.
Last thing, fighting against the self just creates resistance. Take your time. Allow yourself space. Do small, incremental steps. One action, one step is a victory. Good luck!
Exercise doesn't have to be at a gym. A stroll around your local park or neighborhood, gardening or dancing to music are all better than no exercise. If you are unable to do these start small. Walk 5 minutes up the road and back. Do some gentle stretches at home or in a pool for 5-10 minutes. Ask your Doctor or Physiotherapist what they recommend.
- How do you make the morning workout stick and become a daily routine?
- What’s your go-to “I don’t want to work out” workout?
- How on earth do I motivate myself to actually do it consistently? 🙁
- any short workouts that you recommand?
- Do you love what you wear for workouts?
- How do you decide what to do for exercise each day?
- Please give me some examples of healthy breakfasts for picky eaters.
- What excercises/sports do you do for healthy life?
- What kind of exercise is okay to do? Can I do whatever I want?
- How often do normal people on this app exercise for?