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Basic weight loss plan..

Postby mrphil » Mon Feb 02, 2015 11:54 am

Hi,

This will definatly not relate to everyone and I would even say won't relate to most.

I’m not a binge eater, I’m not considered obese or for that matter heavy set.
I’m 6’’3 #lbs and my goal is to be healthy overall and lose about #lbs.

This is my starters basic plan for the next month at least:
(i can always upgrade the plan, but to not demotivate myself i'm starting off relatively easy)

1- Make my lunches when I go to work (salad, vegetables, fruits, yogurt..), instead of eating out or going to cafeteria
2- Every morning do some form of exercise for 15-20 minutes (in my case stationary bike)
3- Rarely to no more beer during the week, only weekends (I say rarely, cause on occasion a friend may come over during the week..)
4- No fast food/soft drinks (referring primarily to burgers, fries, etc..)

And as I’m writing, I’m thinking, even a heavy set person can start with this basic plan, it’s at least a start. My brother is over #lbs and hasn’t done none of this, ever, in a consistent manner. Had he done it, I’m sure he would of lost weight.
If anyone somewhat relates to this situation and/or plans to begin somewhere, let’s do this and share results.

It begins... ;)
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Re: Basic weight loss plan..

Postby Terry E. » Tue Feb 03, 2015 7:36 am

Good luck. You have taken the first step. I will give you some simple advice. I think your lunch choices sound healthy (remember there is sugar in most yogut) but think you need to up your protein at lunch or you will feel hungry during the day, which plays havoc with self control.

Try and get a calorie counter book that also gives protein values and aim for at least 60gms per day, spread throughout the day, not just a big steak for dinner

Apart from that it sounds like a great start.

Don't expert too much too soon, also, it took how long to get where you are it will not drop overnight. Also as exercise gets easier, your body becomes more efficient at doing it so burns less calaories. So every now and then up the tempo, or the duration.

If you can fit in more movement, walking during the day etc it also helps.
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Re: Basic weight loss plan..

Postby mrphil » Tue Feb 03, 2015 12:00 pm

Great advice Terry E., I will definitly fit those suggestions in. Thanks! :)
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Re: Basic weight loss plan..

Postby Krishu » Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:07 am

i am beginner and i will get back here once i pass first stage.
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Re: Basic weight loss plan..

Postby amanda010 » Thu Sep 26, 2019 6:13 pm

You can beat your weight by applying these tips :

Have a high-protein breakfast.
Evade sugary drinks and natural product juice.
Drink water a half hour before dinners.
Drink coffee or tea.
Eat your nourishment gradually.
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Re: Basic weight loss plan..

Postby Aries411 » Sat Oct 19, 2019 11:34 pm

I do the above but will also do intermittent fasting as well. This will help reduce fat storage.
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