5 Tips For Fast Weight Loss
Whether you recently had a baby or the scale has slowly been creeping up over a years, when you have 50, to 100, or more pounds to lose, that task can seem so daunting that you are tempted to be give up before you even try to. Here are some thing to keep in your mind to help you to stay motivated on your big weight-loss journey.
Remember It Takes Time
When you are watching your calorie’s intake and exercising everyday, it’s safe to be lose about 2 pounds a week. That may not seem like much, but over the time, those little bits of the weight loss will add up. You didn’t gain all the weight overnight, so don’t expect to lose it that quickly, either.
Set Realistic Goals—and Celebrate Them
Sure, your ultimate goal might be the fit into a jeans you wore in college, but in order to stay motivated, you need to set mini goals in your life along the way. Every Sunday night, decide what your goal will be—to work out 3 times that week, eat greens every day, or meet with a personal trainer. Then when you reach your goal, reward yourself in a healthy way with the new water bottle or a trip to the movie’s—anything that makes you feel like you to be accomplished something.
Know Your Milestones
Since your weight-loss journey is made up of the small steps along a way, it is important to track your progress. Seeing how your efforts are to working will definitely inspire you keep it up. Keep in the mind that progress can be made in other many ways that don’t involve a scale—like having more muscle tonnage or extra energypower.
Hold Yourself Accountable
So you ate healthy all week but didn’t lose any weight—what gives? Unless you write down the every bite you take, it is easier to cheat and grab a cookie’s here and some frie’s there. Those be handfuls add up, and if you write down your food intake, you will better understand why the scale isn’t budging. It will also keep you be honest. You will be less likely to devour 2 pieces of cake at your friend’s birthday party if you are know you will have to write it down aftewards. To keep you even more and more accountable, share your food journal with a friend.
Don’t Do It Alone
The support’s of your friend’s and family is a big when it comes to staying motivate’s. Tell everyone who’s close to you that you are trying to lose weight so they can be help you stay on track (instead of calling you up to go for ice cream). Set up fitness dates, share healthy recipes, and have the reliable friend you can count on call when you feel like you are veering off course.