Chapter 1 4
Weight loss beginning with what you drink 4
Chapter 2 8
eating well and losing the pounds 8
Chapter 3 14
Lose weight by changing how you cook 14
Chapter 4 16
Exercising to lose weight 16
Chapter 5 27
Getting Started 27
Working out really is good for you 29
Consistency is key 29
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Now that you understand how to get started, here’s a little more information on losing weight and keeping it off and it all begins with what you eat.
Fat and weight loss is such an important aspect in our life today because we are fatter now than we have ever been. The word “weight loss programs” will catch the attention of anybody listening in on a conversation or watching television. In fact, that’s one of the most popular keywords searched on the Internet today.
The main reason that we are so overweight is because of our relationship with food. In our society, we tend to concentrate on quantity. We simply want as much as we can get instead of the best food that we can get. Quantity always beats out quality, when it should be exactly the opposite of that.
Once you’ve decided to lose weight, it can be difficult to determine where exactly you should get started. If you have a strong resolve to get going and to lose weight, it is possible. You just have to figure out how to say “no.”
Everybody is different. You’re not going to find another person who has the same metabolism as you or who burns fat the same way as you. You may weigh exactly the same as a person next to you, but if you both were to start an exercise and diet program you both might not have the same results two weeks or even a month later, even if you did everything the same exact way each day. In saying this, it’s important to realize that not everybody utilizes food in the same way either. What may cause one person to gain a pound may not do the same to another. The same is true in losing weight. If you’re a married woman and you and your husband are working out together and let’s say he gives up soda and loses five pounds from stopping his intake of soda and you don’t lose one pound, that shows you that you and your husband are not necessarily going to see the same results, even if you’re eating and exercising in the exact same way.
The bottom line is that today’s society has to work a lot harder than societies of the past. Sixty years ago women and men were thin because they had to work. Manual labor was a requirement or you wouldn’t be able to eat. You had to go gather eggs from the hen house if you want eggs, you had to go milk the cows for fresh milk and you had to plow the fields to grow your vegetables. If you wanted beef, well you had to know a little something about fattening up a calf and getting it butchered. That’s the way life was back then and technology has taken away all of this manual work. So, instead we have to watch what we eat and we have to go make ourselves exercise. If we don’t we don’t have a reason to move half the time.
It is very important to understand that you weight loss goals are very dependent on how much you are willing to work at it. It is the one thing in life that you have to do manual labor to achieve if you want to see results.
Generally, people do not need to worry about weight loss until their twenties, but with the fast food lifestyle that we live today this is not necessarily the case anymore. Many of our children are obese because they eat too much fast food and processed foods. When you’re grocery shopping for yourself and your family read the ingredients of what you are eating. If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it. Processed foods cause us to have cravings and cravings cause us to gain weight. This is particularly important to understand if you are ever going to be effective at losing weight and keeping it off.
Watching your diet alone is not going to make you lose weight though. The proper diet has to be paired with the proper amount of exercise as well. The solution is an exercise regiment that will give your body the exercise it needs to burn fat and calories efficiently. If you don’t move, it’s like you’re in hibernation and your body just packs on the pounds, particularly around your waistline.
WORKING OUT REALLY IS GOOD FOR YOU
When you think about life in the past when your sweat was caused by hard work and the sun, it just makes you feel good all over. The sun beating down on your shoulders and the strain on your muscles just makes you feel stronger all over. There really is nothing better than working out – outside.
But, most people have moved to the city. The days of working on the farm are long gone for most, however, there are a few people who still get to have that glorious feeling of doing work and producing something that was real and keep the pounds off while they do it. Seriously, if you think about it, how many farm hands, cowboys and ranchers are fat? There aren’t many. Think about their lifestyles. They get up, have a cup of coffee and breakfast, go to work, come in for lunch, go to work, come in for dinner and then go to bed early enough to get up in the morning and do it all over again. In the meantime, they get good sun and fresh air and consume fresh water all day long. It truly is a healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, most of us work indoors, sitting down and still eat three meals a day but have to do it so quickly you don’t even get the opportunity to taste it.
It’s a fact of life that people in the city don’t get much exercise, unless you live in a city where you walk everywhere you go. This means you have to put your mind to it and work at it. You have to fit fitness into your daily schedule or you’re going to be overweight and sick. That’s just the way it is. Exercise is the best way to control obesity, it is the best way to control stress, hypertension, cardio vascular disease, and other lifestyle related illnesses. If you can workout outside, even better. Your body needs as much fresh air as it can get.
CONSISTENCY IS KEY
Consistency is the most important aspect of any exercise program. If you have a goal, then if you consistently work towards that goal, you’ll be able to reach it.
Getting started is usually easy for people. They go shopping, get some workout clothes, buy some running shoes and maybe a gym membership. Then, they go and workout pretty steadily for a week or two.
But, as they go, they find it harder to keep up their routine. Their lives become more demanding and they begin to go to the gym less and less. In other words, their gym membership goes to waste and they just stop going.
Many people choose to workout in the evenings, but for some this routine is even harder to keep going. If you are not completely exhausted when you get off from work, then this is a good time to go. But, if you cannot then you may need to find a way to get there in the morning. It will help you to get woke up and you’ll be able to maintain your consistency.
There is a misconception that exercise makes you tired, but that’s not necessarily the case. It may do this to you the first few times, but as you get fit you will find you have more energy. Couple exercise with adequate sleep, you shouldn’t have any problem getting up in the morning and getting going. Plus, you’ll be energized all day long, which will help you to make it through your workday much easier.
Even if you don’t have a gym membership, chances are that there is a sidewalk outside your house and some people may even have access to a pool. Get up a half hour earlier, throw on the sneakers and get to walking, running, jogging or whatever your exercise of choice is. If you have a four legged friend, they’ll surely enjoy this time with you as well.Other Details
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