These quick weight loss tips should enable you to enjoy losing weight as opposed to hating it. Most people would rather do anything than lose weight, diet or exercise. Here is how to love it!
There are ways to lose weight and enjoy doing it, because, after all, what is your objective: To look and feel fantastic and to be fabulously proud of yourself. You partner will be really proud of your new look, and might show that in more tangible ways. Hard work? Little do they know – because if you take note of these quick weight loss tips that’s the last it will be.
Forget exercise – you hate doing it or you wouldn’t need to read this – you would be slim already. So there is no point in giving you a load of exercise programs (I have them, but do you really want them?), calisthenics, Pilates, call them what you want to call them – they all suck to you. What you want are easy quick weight loss tips, not something that involves a lot of time and hard work. Are you aware of the fact that exercise is unnecessary for you to lose weight? Just eat less!
You might not have a lot of time, with the kids having to go to school, and meals to cook, Or if you are male, then you have to work all day then get the feet up in the evening for Revitaa pro your ‘well earned rest’ after work. Don’t worry, we all need these times, but you can still lose weight and fit that old wedding suit when the time comes that you need it again!
OMG: I just mentioned the swear word – ‘DIET’. Did you know you don’t need to go on a diet to lose weight? Just exercise more! Even with a diet, you can do that and still enjoy your food as much as you ever did.
Exercise and diet: read these sections again. Eat less or carry out more exercise and you will lose weight, but is not really accurate. You can eat more, in fact, but what you have to do is balance what you eat with the energy you expend.
Exercise uses up energy and the food in your diet contains energy: energy measured in units known as calories (a heat measurement but equates to energy). You can also measure exercise in terms of calories used up, but you must use the same units for each so you can balance the energy you eat with the energy you use in exercise and your metabolism.
That seems a biggish word, but all it means is all the energy used in your body to enable you to breathe, your heart to circulate your blood, to digest your food and for all the chemical reactions inside your body, the biochemistry that keeps your alive -the energy (calories) needed for all these to take place. every part of your metabolism expends energy, and that is what your metabolic rate is – basically the amount of energy needed to keep you alive.
Add the energy you use in exercise (including just getting up in the morning) to that needed by your metabolism, and then subtract that from the energy contained in your diet. If the result is positive, you will put on weight. No question! You will lose weight if the result is negative. Again no question!
In fact, although you need to know about it, forget metabolism – you don’t know what energy is used for that. Your results should be based on your exercise, and then you can gauge it from there. Some people use more energy than others while at rest – they have a high metabolic rate. They find it easier to lose weight, and seem to eat all they want without looking any different! Disgusting people!