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Hi MysteriousAngel 16, the most effective way for you to get started is to make some changes in your diet and exercise. All you really need to do is adjust your current lifestyle and let your body do the work.
For diet, eat clean and healthy. You want lean protein, fiber rich foods, fruits, and vegetables. No junk and processed food at all except on one cheat day per week. If you are not sure what's healthy or not, just do a quick google search.
For exercise, stay active and do aerobic exercises. I find fitness dvds perferct to start off and would suggest you to look into Jillian Michaels. The sessions are fun and motivating, and require little equipment. You should feel results within a month. If not, just add more intensity to your movements.
Hope this helps.
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This is the key concept behind weight loss. So the main three things you should focus on are diet, exercise, and water.
Yes, drink only water and green tea if you have.
For diet, it's very important you find a diet you are comfortable sticking to. Most people can't keep up or afford their diet or simply lose interest. Then they go back to their old diet and gain back the weight. I'd suggest looking into the Atkins or Paleo diet.
For exercise, try aerobic exercises. I'd suggest to go with a home dvd workout program like Jillian Michaels. The programs are easy to follow (I mean techniques and movements) and they work large muscle groups. These full body workouts will activate your fat burning system.
Try these 3 things and keep it simple. Make small changes in your lift to make it healthier and active. For example, eat nuts only for snacks, do some pushups during commerical breaks. All these things will add up.
First of all some commitment must be done by you than it will be easier than you think.
Weight is a function of diet so eat less that part is not as easy as you think, so make it easy Use a diet supplement.
You should do all of your physical works daily, run at least half an hour and take light exercise to lose weight quickly...etc...
Try not to lose weight too quickly by going on crash diets. Eat less carbohydrates and exercise more, join a gym if you can. It's be better to lose weight steadily rather than too quickly.
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I am 5ft10 and weigh generally between 10-10stone4 and i am slim. You are the correct weight for your height and if you were to loose a couple of stone would then you would be underweight. x
Im 5'8 & weight 91/2 stone.. Your weight is normal.. Keep to healthy eating, stop the snacking inbetween meals & ull be fine
Please don't listen to anyone who has replied suggesting surgery you're only 16!! I was 13 stone at age 15 and I know what its like to be unhappy.
Everyone may say that your weight sounds perfect - but its only perfect if you feel good about it, just don't go too far and attempt to look like the girls in magazines (i promise they don't really look like that). I think a couple of stone will be a bit extreme, aim for half a stone and a time and you never know after you've lost a stone you may not feel the need to lose anymore.
There are no quick and easy ways to lose weight - well there are I suppose but once you come off those type of diets the weight just piles back on (good example here is Atkins diet). The healthiest and most effective way to lose weight is to calorie count and exercise.
Allow yourself 1400-1500 calories per day. Also this way if you fancy something like a Mars Bar you can have it as long as you incorporate it into your calorie count! I've had some chips from the takeaway this evening because everything I ate during the day was very low calorie so I had plenty left to 'blow'! Avoid eating less than 1200 calories its really not good for you!
Start exercising from day one, don't try and lose weight THEN start the exercising as the exercising will help your weight loss. There are plenty of things you can do, you don't necessarily have to go to the gym. There is cycling, swimming, swimming, running, playing sport with friends. A good start is to try and incorporate more walking into your lifestyle...if you get the bus to college get off a stop earlier and walk the rest of the way. Cardio (all of the above) is the most important of the exercises but you sit ups etc help tone start toning your muscles as well. You can try crunches, press ups, squats or if you're not sure what you're doing go to your local pound shop they usually have old fitness videos for a pound. Watch the whole video and look and see which part is full of sit ups etc (its usually about 20 mins long this section) and try doing that a couple of times a week.
Get weighed once every 2 weeks rather than once a week - it stops you becoming obsessed with weighing yourself - plus if you have a bad week you still have time to make it all better. In the first two weeks if you're calorie counting and exercising a healthy amount you will probably lose anything from 2lbs -8lbs - in the first two week is always your biggest weight loss. From there on you should lose around 1lb-3lbs per 2 weeks.
To try and give you a bit of an idea this is what I do in a week:
I have cereal for breakfast (usually weetabix), which usually consists of around 250 calories. (Don't think that you have to eat diet specific cereals like Special K, rice krispies, cornflakes etc are all perfectly fine).
Around 11am I eat some fruit - usually a banana and two small satsumas, but obviously you can choose fruit of your choice. This tends to add about 150 calories to my intake.
For lunch I choose a freshly made salad (places like cooplands make these for you), or soup (soup is very low calorie - so try a slice of wholewheat bread with it to fill you up more), or a jacket potato with low fat cheese, freshly made sandwich on brown bread (ask for no butter, but a squirt of salad cream won't hurt!). Or try a tub of pasta from places like Tesco/Asda (with the prepared sandwiches). My lunch tends to be around 400 calories.
Then for tea you have 800-900 calories left, so as long as its not a fry up thats been prepared for you, you can pretty much have what you like! Don't think you have to avoid all the yummy foods like chips (done in the oven they are perfectly fine to add to your tea) or pizza (average pizza slice consists of 200-250 calories so you could have two slices with some salad!). White meats like chicken are the best to go for and fish is really good for you as well. I often have a stir fry with rice for tea, or roasted vegetables with pasta, topped with a sauce like sweet chilli or salsa (both very low calorie). There are plenty of online calorie counters to help you out.
Its recommended that you drink 8 glasses of water a day, now I love water but I still find that a huge struggle!! So long as you keep hydrated you should be ok. If you don't like water on its own try adding Robinsons sugar free juice. The key with drinking water/sugar free juice is that often we eat because we think we're hungry when in actual fact we are thirsty!!
If I ever have calories remaining or fancy a treat I tend to opt for one of the following: crisps such as skips, wotsits, walkers baked, french fries all have under 100 calories in them and are yummy If I have the urge to eat chocolate don't have a lot of calories yet I make myself an options/highlights hot chocolate (only 30-40 calories per cup). If I do have the calories remaining and want chocolate I tend to opt for Milky Bar (130 cals for a large bar)as this is my favourite chocolate! But other options are malteasers (190 calories), Kit Kat senses (160 calories), or cadburys dairy milk (the thinner bars that state they have around 90 calories on the pack). If you like dark chocolate you can have a couple of squares of that as well as it is actually really good for you in moderation. Another thing I eat a lot of is muller light yoghurts, I don't eat them as yoghurts though.. I stick them in the freezer and use them as a healthy alternative to ice cream (around 110 cals)!!!
As for exercise I park 15 mins away from work so get a good 30 minute walk everyday. Then on my lunch hour I wander around the shops (avoid those with food in!) just to burn off a few more calories. I try to go for 45 min bike ride 2 or 3 times a week (usually dependant on the lovely English weather!) as i find it more enjoyable than the other sports. I also invested in a decent skipping rope (try ebay - look for ones used for karate or judo training, I paid £3) as its a fanastic way to get your heart racing. Just doing 100 skips a day (trust me it wears you out and you can't often do more!!) really gets your heart going and helps shed those pounds. The only other thing I do is sit ups/crunches morning and night. Lie on your back with your legs bent in the air and then do the sit up - this works the adominal muscles much better - try a few straight up then alternate so your left elbow touches your right knee, then your right elbow touches your left knee - this is a lot harder. Now I've been doing this for a while now so do 50 in a morning and 50 a night, but you should only start with 10 in a morning and 10 at night as you'll be using muscles you probably didn't know you had and if you push yourself too hard you'll just end up in a lot of pain in the morning, trust me I've been there. Work up to doing more when you feel comfortable with it.
I hope this helps you. I've since lost 3 and a half stone since I was 15 and I'm 18 now. The quick and easy methods aren't safe and don't work, you just have to be patient and stick at if. If you want any help with meals plans/exercise plans or you just want a chat feel free to message me. Otherwise good luck with the healthy diet and I hope you feel better about your body soon! Sophie xx