What is your favorite "diet" or method of weight loss?
I want to hear everyone's best way that they lost weight or just their favorite! Things like exercise routines, diets, or pills...Or all of them put together!
I think running is the best and safest way to lose weight
My favorite method to reduce my fat weight is to increase my muscle weight. I focus on getting better at an exercise or workout routine. For example I focused on increasing the distance I could bike so I could bike to beaches. I tend to eat more food and gain weight but I lose the fat. For my diet I focus on eating healthy food and drinking mostly water.
I don't focus on fat, junk food, high calorie drinks or losing weight. I focus on healthy food, water, muscle, improving my strength and endurance, etc. so I can do something fun like bike to a provincial park with 3 large beaches. It is easier for me to keep the fat off at 135 pounds then it is at 110 pounds.
To burn a lot of calories workout the larger muscles like the ones in your legs. To put on a lot of muscle weight workout the larger muscles like the ones in your legs. That is why I lose fat without losing weight. The best way for me to reduce my fat weight is to increase my muscle weight by doing exercises I like.
Eating food that I prepare personally from scratch. That way, I know exactly what has gone into it (wholesome ingredients) and I use fresh olive oil for cooking. I do not eat processed food - it always has something hidden in there. I often get compliments on my figure, but I'm happy just to feel good inside for my health!
It recommends to always drink plenty of water it makes you feel fullness and reduces the amount of meals and certainly totally removed from the fat, Fast Food, sweets and carbonated water of all kinds, and I think a half hour walk daily strides and regularly will have a magic effect
by Christina Walker 2 years ago
Why am I not seeing weight loss when I run?I've been doing cardio exercises like running for 30-60 minutes around 5 pm for 5 days a week for about 3 weeks now. I've also been trying to eat less, and except for the occasional Subway sandwich I think I do pretty well. Yet I see very little progress...
by trif_m 6 years ago
THIS is just a little rant to convince people to forget about the scale and focus on the real enemy - body fat + a little bit of shameless self promotion [rant]The mistake that most people do, when they want to start a exercise program and diet, is to think that the bad shape their body is in is...
by weightlossin 7 years ago
Only one.Fat and sugar free diet
by Kayode eleyinte 8 years ago
For obese people,exercise can be a tedious task in a bid to lose weight.Starting an exercise program for most people even when they don't have fat or weight issues,is like an insurmountable mountain.They most often than not fear if they would ever be able to complete or finish the exercise...
by L a d y f a c e 7 years ago
No matter how much weight I lose, or how much cardio and strength training I do my legs never seem to get smaller. I lost 35lbs last year and lost 4 inches around the top and 5 inches around the bottom. I know that I have "lady hips" and I'm fine with that, it's my thighs I can't seem to...
by Elani-Lee 4 years ago
I have 4 cats (yes I know, crazy cat lady in the making), 3 of which are fit and one who is just a big fatty. I leave them a large feeder, so that they can eat as they please. I do this because I work odd hours and sometimes have to be gone for a full day or two, so I can't give them a standerdized...
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