how do you exercise when?

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  1. angel4063 profile image60
    angel4063posted 10 years ago

    I have a health problem my dr says no cardio workouts so how am i to lose the weight and keep it off and turn it into muscle if i cant exercise?

    I need to lose bout 80-100 lbs and I know I have to change my eating habbit but how do i tone it up if I'm not allowed to Exercise??

    Any Answers? I need help please....

    thank you angel4063

    1. guidebaba profile image57
      guidebabaposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      You can go for Yoga. Eat non-fatty foods and do Yoga Regularly.

    2. stevemark122000 profile image64
      stevemark122000posted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Are you allowed to walk? Walking is one of the best fat burning exercises. I have written a hub on this topic that you might find helpful called How to Exercise for Maximum Fat Burning.
      http://hubpages.com/hub/exercise-lose-weight

    3. profile image0
      sandra rinckposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Walk it off.  Walking is better then running, it is easier on your joints and muscles, it increases your heart rate and gets the blood flowing without givng you a heart attack. 

      Also, for you, light stretching.  It feels really good, and stretching dialates and constricts your muscles and it helps them breath.  It also releases the free radicles that are stored up in your body and removing the toxins from your body also helps you lose the weight.

      Yoga is really good.  No you don't have to do moves like the "Eagle" to get a good work out, but balance and strenght coordination builds muscles.  Muscles burn fat naturally. 


      All in all, I highly recomend just walking.  Drinking a glass of water before you eat everytime, and getting plenty of rest. 

      I actually swear by the effectiveness of just walking, plus it is good for your mental. 

      Changing your eating habits doesn't have to be hard either.  I removed condoments from my menue.  Like mayonaise and ranch dressing.  Instead I load up on other good stuff like pickles and tomatos and sprouts and using butter that is high in omegas (fake butter) cause they taste good too. 

      If you don't like whole wheat breads, I think wonder bread makes a whole wheat white bread.  I would not recommend giving up carbs.  Bread is good for you and it is filling.  Of course I am not saying eat a lot of bread.  Or whole wheat pastas.  The best I have had is the Vons or Safeway brand called Organics because they cook up like regualr pasta and don't have that grittiness to them. 

      Hope its a start.  Good luck.  smile

  2. cowgirljess profile image71
    cowgirljessposted 10 years ago

    I like to exercise, but never really do, however I want to be tone. I have found a simple, almost completly stress free exercise that only takes a few minutes a day and it works my stomach, back and those pesky love handles. All you need is a towel and you.

    First you need to roll up a towel length ways and hold an end in each hand.

    Stand with your feet shoulder width apart

    Raise your arms above your head, like you were making a V

    With your arms spread and keeping hold of the towel, lean to the right ONLY BENDING AT THE WAIST, do not move your lower half

    Hold this for two or three seconds

    Return to upright position

    Lean to the left, again ONLY BENDING AT THE WAIST.

    Hold for two or three seconds

    Return to upright position

    Do 12 to 15 repetitions

    When first starting I found it easier to do one set of 1 reps a day. After I started getting used to using those newly found muscles I began doing two sets of reps a day, but go at your own pace. It is likely your sides and lower back muscles will feel tight the next day or two after first begining, don't let this discourage you, it means your muscles are working. smile

    I hope this helps, It really is my favorite exercise and the only one i regularly stick too. LOL

  3. patnamohan profile image59
    patnamohanposted 10 years ago

    Oh!! U need to take advice from Ramdev baba!!!! Great Indian Yoga expert Go through my HUB

  4. Jessicahesson1982 profile image56
    Jessicahesson1982posted 10 years ago

    You are always working.

  5. chuckngayle profile image58
    chuckngayleposted 10 years ago

    Hi,
    I am also trying to lose weight around my tummy.  I asked my doctor how to do  this since I have been doing cardio, exercises, sit ups, weights etc.  Nothing seems to help.  She put me on a low carb diet.  I have lost inches and 4 lbs. in about 2 weeks.  I am very pleased.  Keep in mind I do not need to lose a lot of weight, but really want to feel healthy and fit.  My tummy has been a problem for me.  I eat fruit for snacks, cottage cheese and canteloupe for breakfast( I add berries in season) and a small handful of almonds.  I eat lots of veggies and lean meat, fish and chicken.  Nothing WHITE ( flour) like bread, crackers, pretzels, etc. No potatoes or rice and no juices.  I also cut out all sweets. I limit myself to one treat a week.  IT works and I am pleased so far.
    A Mediterranean style diet is perfect for me.  Hope it works for you.

  6. profile image49
    fitmayposted 10 years ago

    Hi all. You may lose weight by eating the right food like whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Limit your salt and reduce white sugar. Gradually, you'll lose weight as long as you have the discipline and determination. smile

  7. steimmanbernard profile image59
    steimmanbernardposted 10 years ago

    i think the best thing you should do is a brisk walk:) which is good for you and could relax your body:)

  8. profile image59
    TeaLoverposted 10 years ago

    You could try eating only fruit and whole grains until noon, fruit smoothies, vegetable juice, and oatmeal * The smoothie and vegetable juice can help you get a full day's servings of fruit/veggies and help with keeping you regular.

    Sip ACV cocktail 3 times a day
    Raw apple cider vinegar with the mother in it, and honey 2 tbs of both.

    Do walk away the pounds, basically walk in place for 30 minutes or so. This workout will not make you sweat, or get your heart rate up too much. You will loose inches and pounds, if you do it continually.  I hope this helps.

  9. thranax profile image49
    thranaxposted 10 years ago

    You will find something to do. Walking and the towel workouts are good.

    ~thranax~

 
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