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#22 - jaggedpvp (01/01/2013) [-]
smaller meals, 6 times a day if you can.
dont eat after 8
no more soda
exercise 3-4 days a week with cardio and weight training. you want to sweat so keep the weights low and repition high.

to lose wieght you need burn more calories in a day than you take in. thats all there is to it, and its like 80% diet.

best of luck stranger
#36 - jaimeraelovee (01/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I know how you feel, man. I gained about 50 pounds in my pregnancy and trying to get the weight off while caring for my son is difficult.

I'm doing Weight Watchers, which is really helping me. You can still eat what you want to, but you're only allotted so many "points" per day. The more you eat, the more points you use.
I've been having whole wheat bagels with fat free cream cheese for breakfast, some of that Progresso low fat/sodium soup for lunch, and small portions of whatever I make for dinner. Plus, I go for walks with my son almost every day (Well, not so much now, because it's December in Wisconsin...)
Carbs are ok in the morning because they create energy, but if you have carbs in the morning, you have to exercise at some point that day.
Proteins are really important for muscle building and fat burning and it's generally the healthiest thing you can eat.
Keep us posted on how it's going. Feel free to friend and PM me if you need some confidence boosting and/or motivation. (:
Good luck, my friend!
#26 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [-]
It¨s all about the motivation.

Tell your family and friends, they will look forward to it and help you reachig your goal.

This is what motivated me to lose 20 kg.
Because i knew, if i gave up, i let my family and friends down.

No more t shirts at the beach during the summer. Feels ******* gooooooood!

Good luck, OP.
#21 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [-]
for food,
I would try no carbohydrates (Rice, Bread, Crackers etc)

I was 260 last years and just from cutting carbohydrates out of my diet for 3 months (and sugars) I lost 40 pounds.

I would try No Carbs & Sugars for 2 weeks along with exercise. No sugars means no sugars, including fruits. After the 4th day you should slowly reincorporate the fruits but keep with the no carbs. After 2 weeks, you can try 1 carb a day (whole wheat stuff) and continue.

I'm no fitness guru, it's just what I did and I'm pretty happy with where I'm at.
#15 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
two glasses of water with every meal is how i lost weight
#12 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [-]
Improved diet AND exercise.

Too often people try to lose weight by food alone. For one, it helps to spend that excess energy that is making you fat in the first place. Secondly, if all you do is eat more sensibly, you will look pretty much the same, just slightly smaller. Shape up~

User avatar #7 - captainislam (01/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
i forget what it is called but here is what you do. you sprint as fast as you can for 30-60 seconds and then walk for 2 minutes. repeat for 30 minutes and do it 4 times a week. It should kick start your metabolism. and burn crazy calories, that should burn fat. but definitely avoid weight lifting, and exercises about building muscle and focus on cardio. AND GOOD LUCK
User avatar #16 to #7 - Ombra (01/01/2013) [-]
That's funny, because I was about to ask if anybody had any advice to help me improve my metabolism lol. Thanks a lot bro :)
User avatar #50 - spitfireber (01/06/2013) [-]
Get one of those nutrabullets, it blends food like none other. you can put vegetables and fruit in and make a smoothie. All natural :)
User avatar #49 - noideawhatimdoing (01/02/2013) [-]
Lots of fiber and water. Stay hydrated, and the fiber will flush you out, then start with fruit/veg. Dont eat anything thats prepackaged and "ready to eat" aka TV dinners, fastfood, junkfood, etc. If youre hungry, make it at your place, helps with the fat content and will use energy to make it. Also go easy on creams, milk, and cheese -dont drink more than 2 standard drinks a day. (2 shots, 2 beers, etc)
#48 - anonymous (01/02/2013) [-]
You need to keep your metabolism spiked all day for effect fat burning. The key is to eat about 6-7 SMALLER meals throughout the day. You will only eat enough to keep from being hungry for about 2 hours or so, and then you eat again. This keeps your metabolism from crashing. I typically eat a grilled chicken breast and some veggies atleast 3 of those meals. One of my meals is my post workout protein shake (100% gold standard whey). Also, take a picture of yourself everyday. You will eventually build up a folder and can look back at day one and compare yourself to it. That will motivate you a lot. For motivation too, if you have a facebook check out the page Sports Motivation. Reading that makes me want to workout everytime. GOODLUCK!!!
User avatar #46 - withlove (01/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Not reading through all these comments, so I apologize if this has already been said.

My friend and my mom both tried this: eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and then a HEALTHY snack in between, at the same time every day, go exersize every day at a gym for at least 1 1/2 hours. and of course, plenty of water. the food (HEALTHY OF COURSE) uses energy to digest, and burn calories. Not much, but some
#45 - anonymous (01/02/2013) [-]
Another way to help your metabolism is to stand up and walk around (nothing intense) right after meals. Your body will kickstart your metabolism to use the energy gained from the food rather than immediately store it.
User avatar #44 - newguyontheblock (01/02/2013) [-]
People destroy themselves at the gym, but you don't specifically have to do that. I know many church groups that have sporting activities or you could do something manual around the house. I mean what I used to go when I needed some exercise is I'd go outside and pick up wood and small logs for our burn pile, but this really depends on the area you are in.
#42 - anonymous (01/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
wear rubber bands on your wrists, and whenever you think about unhealthy food...

snap yours3elf
#40 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#37 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [-]
I don't have any advice but goodluck! :)
User avatar #35 - hugoalesto (01/01/2013) [-]
eat clean train dirty biaatch
high proteine(+vegetables), low carb (carbs oly in the morning!!), moderate fat, try to eat at least 20gr of proteine every 2-3 hours, 4-6meals a day (3 bigger meals and 2 snacks), try to go to the gym 5-6times weekly (3way split push/pull/legs), get your ass up and dont cheat cause this isnt ******* gta
User avatar #24 - Ombra (01/01/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Does anybody know if I have to cut out coffee? I use a no sugar, no fat creamer in my coffee, and I normally put sugar in but obviously I would have to cut that out. Can I still have my coffee or not?
#9 - anonymous (01/01/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Ride a bike for low-impact cardio, you're way too fat to run without destroying your knees/ankles.
Ride it for 30 minutes-hour every day. Eat less. Eat healthy too, because less cake is still cake.
This will take time. 50 lbs by June is ridiculously attainable, so if you fail, know we all be laughing at you.
Don't make us laugh at you.
User avatar #6 - tlrloolrlt (01/01/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I've sat in bed for the past 2 weeks playing video games and eating chocolate and I've lost weight. Might be a good idea.
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