What is the best physical fittness program that will help you keep the weight of

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  1. yankeeintexas profile image61
    yankeeintexasposted 7 years ago

    What is the best physical fittness program that will help you keep the weight off?

  2. davidrio profile image72
    davidrioposted 7 years ago

    probrably this one http://www.vincedelmontefitness.com/ind … davidrio7, you can also check my review of p90x ( http://hubpages.com/hub/Does-the-P90X-program-WORK)  which I think is quite a honest program

    Cheers,David

  3. MosLadder profile image85
    MosLadderposted 7 years ago

    A combination of resistance training and cardiovascular exercise. Resistance training builds or maintains the musculoskeletal system while cardiovascular exercise attends to the unique muscle fibers of the heart and improves blood circulation throughout the body. There are other benefits, as well, and this combination along with good nutrition will definitely help keep the weight off.

  4. GmaGoldie profile image78
    GmaGoldieposted 7 years ago

    Mixing it up.  Find a multitude of activities and fall in love with the movement, the muscle, the endurance power.

    Listen to your body after exercise - it will tell you!

  5. profile image0
    Helpful Hannaposted 7 years ago

    Try a Bosu trainer and a dvd.  I took a Bosu Boot Camp class at my gym.  It was so much fun and a great workout.

  6. qwark profile image57
    qwarkposted 7 years ago

    Join a gym.
    Get serious.
    Make working out a lifestyle.
    Have a course created to build muscle.
    More muscle the faster calories are burned.
    Metabolism is improved.
    Include cardio work.
    Eat several small meals a day.
    Keep your quality protein intake hi. (eggs and whey)
    Complex carbs hi. Simple carb intake low.
    Saturated fats 0 or very low.
    if you aren't serious...forget it.
    I've been at it for over 50 yrs. Personal trainer, gym owner and competetive power lifter.
    Workout at least 5 days a week for no more than 1 1/2 hours.
    break the body down into parts. i.e.  push exercises 1 day, next day pull exercises, next day legs and lower back, next day push etc.etc.
    If ya make this a lifestyle, I guarantee your weight will eventually be perfect.
    Remember, muscle weighs more than fat, You may get smaller but weigh the same.
    That'll be
    $150's for this session.
    You'll drop me after this session anyway.
    lol
    Qwark

  7. Darrke Thoughts profile image59
    Darrke Thoughtsposted 7 years ago

    Whatever you enjoy the most.  If you like to bike, it's biking.  If you like to dance, it's dancing.  The real secret is to find some physical activity that you enjoy.  Even something like gardening or golfing will help more with permenant weight loss than an exercise program you hate and will have to struggle to stick with.

  8. Rob Hanlon profile image60
    Rob Hanlonposted 7 years ago

    Not a 'programme' as such, Nordic Walking is a good way of burning calories off and is cost-effective too. It can be done at any time either in a group or alone.

  9. Information Ninja profile image60
    Information Ninjaposted 7 years ago

    the wii - Actually it can be surprising how good of a workout a wii will give you.  Really though you should do cardio and weight training.  I heard of a dvd program called  P90X exercise training program.  Don't know much about it other that yaro starak was using it to gain weight and that they were selling it at my local staples store.  Looked like alot of cd's.  Personally I like hitting the gym.

  10. Curtis Aron profile image79
    Curtis Aronposted 7 years ago

    Insanity is a great DVD based program.  It is maximum interval training that mixes it up with plyometrics, yoga, cardio and strength training.  Aside from the DVD's, no equipment is needed.  All you need to get started is some open space and a little motivation.

  11. vicky4227 profile image52
    vicky4227posted 7 years ago

    Search for hubs on beep test. It is the best you can ever get. Brings result in on time

  12. Kritau profile image59
    Kritauposted 7 years ago

    Hi. There are a lot of good advice told already, so I won't repeat the same again and again.

    I know a programme, that helped me a lot this spring. I have lost 12 pounds of fat in 40 days after my bulking stage. It is pretty much considering the fact, that I have lost only one pound of muscle. If you would like to try, here is the link.

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/articl … -days.html

    The article is very informative and clear. Contact me if you need further assistance smile

  13. L.L. Woodard profile image75
    L.L. Woodardposted 7 years ago

    The best physical fitness program is one that you enjoy and will do. If you're generally a sedentary person, it makes little sense to try and follow all the fitness gurus. Find something you like to do and do it regularly.

  14. Right On Time profile image62
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Start walking around your neighbourhood. After a month, start jogging around your neighbourhood (do a bit of walking, then jog, then walk...take it at your pace). It's all about increasing your heart-rate - that's how the fat burns.

    With food: don't eat any processed food. Processed food is FULL of genetically modified junk and synthetic fats, and goodness-knows what else in there. Start cooking your own food - go to www.taste.com.au and scope out low-fat recipes. Simple easy to cook recipes. And have some bananas and apples etc when you get the food cravings. Seriously just give it a try. You'll get thinner - slow and easy but it'll LAST.

  15. soozeqsh profile image78
    soozeqshposted 7 years ago

    Invest in home gym equipment, a treadmill, stationary bike, some free weights or a weight station.  It doesn't take as much motivation to roll out of bed and get moving -- the convenience factor.

  16. soconfident profile image82
    soconfidentposted 6 years ago

    p90x is really intense as well insanity. they both have a part too to them

 
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