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Here are some 4 Crazy Things You Must Do To Lose Weight follow this thing...


1.  Start Eating a Lot More!


That’s right, you read it correctly…YOU MUST EAT MORE—A whole lot more than you’re eating right now.  You have to eat 5-7 meals a day to fire up your metabolism to lose weight.
Your body needs a constant supply of energy to burn fat, and if you don’t eat a meal every two or three hours…Your metabolism will become so slow that you’ll gain weight just by looking at food.
The sooner you start eating more…the sooner you’ll be able to eat the foods you like without worrying about gaining weight.

Now I don’t mean for you to eat 5 large dinner-sized meals every day.  You should try to eat 5-7 smaller 250 – 400 calorie meals every 2-3 hours.

2.  Start Playing Golf.


Before you say “what the heck does golf have to do with me losing weight”…Let me explain.
People always tell me that they don’t have time to exercise, they're too tired to exercise, or they don’t feel like exercising.

But they always find time to have fun.  Look, you don’t have to get on a treadmill every day, take aerobics, or swim laps to lose weight….
…you can lose weight playing golf, playing with your kids, and you can even go to the mall shopping.

What do all those things have in common?  They’re all things that involve you moving around just enough to burn fat.  Notice that TV, reading, and sleeping weren’t one of the things I mentioned.
Think about it…If you went shopping at your local mall every day you could easily lose 1-2 lbs. a week just by walking around the mall a couple of times (That’s of course if you don’t make too many trips to the food court).

What about playing golf (without the cart), racquetball, or going out dancing every day?  That’s an easy (fun) weight loss of about 2 lbs a week right there.

Try to find something that you like to do that gets you up off you’re butt and do it every day for at least 30 minutes (The longer the more fat you’ll burn).

3.  Stop Losing Weight and Start Burning Fat.


If you want to lose weight… just go on a diet, sit in a steam room for a couple of hours, or take some side-effect infested weight loss pill.

If you want to look better as you lose weight…then you need to focus on burning fat.
Diets, steam rooms, and pills cause you to lose muscle and water weight.  Losing muscle not only makes you look worse but it also lowers your metabolism making it easier for you to gain weight.
Have you ever noticed the people who lose weight on these “lose 30lbs in 8 days” programs still have flabby arms, a saggy butt, and pot belly?  The reason why is that these programs tend to help people lose more good-looking muscle than ugly body fat.

Steam rooms cause you to lose water weight which you’ll gain back after you drink a couple glasses of water.

The best way to focus on burning fat is to lose no more than 2lbs a week.  If you lose more than 2lbs a week you will only start to lose muscle and water.

A basic beginner’s fat loss plan would be to eat more and play golf every day (please see the first two things you must do to lose weight).

4.  Just Keep on Saying SO THAT


First, ask yourself why you want to lose weight and after you come up with a reason why just keep on saying SO THAT.

For example, Why Do you want to lose weight

  • * I want to lose weight to look better SO THAT…
  • * I can feel more confident about myself SO THAT…
  • * I can be the best-looking person at my high school reunion SO THAT…
  • * I can see the surprised looks on the faces of my classmates SO THAT …
  • * I may be able to go on a date with the person I had a crush on in high school

Can you see what’s happening here?  The more times you say SO THAT the more and more motivated you’ll become to lose weight. 

I don’t know about you but if you can come up with at least three SO THATS nothing will stop you from losing weight.

4 Crazy Things You Must Do To Lose Weight [2020]

Okay, before we start, let me explain the purpose of this article. I want you to get so healthy, you'll never need to make a health insurance claim. You'll save money by increased fitness. You'll save money with a long no-claims insurance history. And you'll look and feel much better.

There are three sides to your maximum health and fitness. Diet, and Exercise. But that's only two! Let me split Exercise into Aerobic exercise and Anaerobic exercise.



Get all three right. Get the right balance. And you'll get as fit and healthy as your body and genetics will allow.

Whole forests of paper have been filled with advice on each of these fitness factors. Just go into your local bookstore, and see shelves of diet advice. Shelves of exercise advice.

Funny how so much contradicts itself, especially for diet e.g right next to each other on the shelf, you'll find a book advocating low carbs & low fat; another saying high fat is okay if you keep the carbs low. Yet another focuses on high protein and says carbs don't matter...

* Diet 

Let me give you this simple diet advice. Stick to low fat, low carbs, and high protein. Many medical and weight loss studies over the last 10-20 years prove this approach. Many other diet myths come from way back in time and look just plain wrong when analyzed with modern methods.

* Aerobic Exercise 

Couch potatoes don't realize how easily they can start feeling fit and healthy. Just walk somewhere 3-4 times per week, for around 20 minutes each time.

Ideally, do some more demanding aerobic exercise. I do a lot of cycling because it's a great low-impact exercise. And I get to see beautiful scenery while I ride.

Running provides even more intensive aerobic exercise, but careful of your joints. Maybe you prefer hiking, to see the local countryside? Or take up a sport like rowing or tennis. You also get to meet new friends by taking up exercise as a sport.

* Anaerobic Exercise

Many people work on their diet. Many people take aerobic exercise. But many people ignore anaerobic exercise or weight training.

What makes weight training so important?

As you get older, muscle mass decreases. Muscle burns fat. So as you lose muscle, it gets harder to keep the fat off. Equally important, weight training can reshape your body.

No matter how much aerobic exercise you do, you'll still be a pear shape (a smaller pear shape) if you started out a pear shape.

Using weights you can flatten your stomach, tone your thighs, bulk up your chest and shoulders, and reshape your body any way you want.

Weight training is incredibly beneficial to your general skeleton strength and conditioning. Older women can reduce the effects of osteoporosis, and older men can maintain their strength and agility.
This short article can do nothing more than provide an introduction to the three keys to your health. Follow these and you shouldn't need to make a health insurance claim.

Slash your health insurance costs with a long no-claims bonus. Slash your health insurance costs with any insurer who rates your fitness.

Discover important health insurance facts and advice. Find out more about low carb foods, and how to lose weight quickly and easily.

How To Get Fit And Slash Your Health Insurance Costs

Did you know you could lie down, breath deep & burn 900+ calories? 
Neither did I…

And it sounded too good to be true so I did some research on my own to find out about this seemingly wonderful body wrap treatment.

First I had to try it.  Let’s face it if it doesn’t feel great and get results it isn’t worth doing all of the research on finding out how it works and all the rest. 



So I dressed up in my cotton sweats and drove up to Ventura California to try it out.  Hydrating and drinking my water as I headed up highway 101.

Before the bodywrap, I measured the circumference of my upper arms, ribcage, waist, hips and upper thighs before the first treatment and kept it as a reference.  I was really skeptical, but you never know unless you try it.  I didn’t expect to have any change.

I laid down on a table and 6 large warm pads were wrapped around my upper arms, waist, hips, and thighs.  Then I was covered with a blanket and padded with towels where it was appropriate and it was that easy.  I could hear relaxing music and actually, it was wonderful to do a breathing meditation and actually take an hour for myself.

Now I’m sort of a lizard – I love the heat – so the pads got warmer and warmer and I broke put is a good sweat. 

I continued to sweat, a lot.  I hadn’t sweat that much since the dance classes I had loved back at Broadway Dance center a few summers ago in New York City and I knew I would love this treatment. 

I had been busy building a business and going back to school so I had not been keeping myself in shape like I did before. 

I had a thought that this bodywrap thing might be a good way to start to get myself back on track.
After an hour, I was drenched – and very happy. 

I re-measured myself and lost 3 inches in total.  Not much, but the treatment felt so good it didn’t matter too much and I drove home drinking another huge bottle of water. 

The gentleman who helped me with the treatment said that the process would continue overnight after the bodywrap had finished and the more fluids the better so I took his advice and planned to measure myself again in the morning.

To my surprise, after measuring myself the next morning I had lost 13 inches total!  Wow!  I called them up and they said that this was more than average – maybe because I have a good diet and stayed hydrated – but regardless I was psyched.  I had to learn more…

So how does this Infrared BodyWrap Work?


Infrared light, which we feel in our bodies as heat is an abundant form of energy we receive from sunlight.  We as humans radiate infrared heat every second of every day (The army uses infrared binoculars for night vision – to see humans in the darkness). 

It is part of our human biology.  I would discover that FAR Infrared treatments are used worldwide by medical practitioners as they are one of the most resonant (closely matched) forms of heat for the human body.

Radiant Heat or Infrared energy is a form of energy that is part of the electromagnetic spectrum.  Everything can be described by electrical principles, after all, we are all electrons protons and neutrons arranged in different patterns. 

The infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum happens just below red light waves and is not visible to human eyes but can be felt as heat. (This explains the night vision binoculars example above). 

The sun produces most of its energy in the form of infrared energy, our atmosphere allows it in and the earth radiates it back – living out in nature we are daily surrounded by infrared waves.  But not so - in these days of indoor living, SPF sunblock and hiding away from the sun.

Our bodies, on average, radiate infrared energy at about 9.4 microns. The internal production of infrared energy that normally occurs within us is associated with a number of healing responses and may require a boost to assist the fullest healing response to assist homeostasis, metabolism, and tissue under repair.

As related to Oriental / Chinese Medicine, when our circulation is impeded (described as Blocked Qi flow in Chinese Medicine) our body’s healing capacity, metabolism, and daily functioning are diminished. 

By enhancing circulation, infrared therapeutic treatment is helping to unblock the Qi and increase energy and improve body function.  Moxa, cupping, Infrared lamps, and gua sha are related but different methods of achieving the same result in an Oriental Medicine Treatment.

Because of this special nature of the wavelength, when applied as a treatment, FAR Infrared heat therapy (i.e. bodywrap) activates a more thorough and extensive stimulation of local circulation which positively impacts enzymes, metabolism & immune function. The IR therapy helps the body get at toxins & cellulite trapped in the tissue through this increase in circulation and metabolism.   The body wrap treatment I had received had “supercharged” this process.

So how does all this calorie-burning happen? 

The amount of sweat an infrared treatment can induce is 2-3 times that of a conventional sauna without creating that claustrophobic feeling, without drying out the sauna or causing undue stress on the cardiovascular system.  I know I can barely stay in a regular sauna for 10 minutes – I lasted easily 1 hour in this body wrap treatment.

The best research on this type of infrared treatment has described “Its regular use may be as effective as a means of cardiovascular conditioning and burning of calories as regular exercise.” in the Journal of the American Medical Association 8/7/81.  In fact, NASA in the early 1980s concluded that infrared therapy would be an ideal way to stimulate cardiovascular function during long space missions.

Someone not used to saunas can easily sweat 500 grams and consume 300 calories which is the equivalent of jogging for 30 minutes. 

The body wrap is a great in-between workouts way to ease the stiffness and once becoming acclimated to the sauna  - burning up to 900+ calories is achieved each session.  But remember – Hydration is very important you need to constantly replenish the fluids to see results.

The benefits of Infrared Therapy are impressive.  Research from Sweden, Japan, Finland, China, and Germany cite an impressive list of conditions that can be treated, including:


  • Arthritis & Joint Stiffness
  • Acne
  • Soft Tissue Injuries             
  • Menstrual Pain
  • Eczema                 
  • Wound Healing
  • Neurodermatitis         
  • GI Problems
  • Cardiovascular Circulation
  • Pain & Stiffness
  • Weight Loss
  • Endocrine, Immune and Autonomic Function


The FDA has approved the use of FAR infrared treatment for pain relief and more is learned each day.  I have more research to do but this was good enough for me.  I decided that I wanted to try it again and learn more. 

So now I offer it in my practice and medspa…  I hope that I’ve opened your eyes to something that might be new, different and helpful.

 I’ve given you a place to start if it sounds interesting to you as well.  To learn more, check out my website www.orientalmedspa.com. 

Or come experience it for yourself if you’re in the Los Angeles Area.  I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

"Heat Up" New Year Weight Loss with an IR Bodywrap [2020]

I have tried many “diets” here in the USA and in England and to me they all felt like self-inflicted torture. They were boring, tasteless, and restrictive. Like many of you, I work hard, I don’t ask for much in the way of pleasures when I get home at night. The one thing that does give me enormous pleasure is eating, I love food and yes, I like the odd drink too.


Why Dieting is important?



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I was not and never have been a very large person, 186lb at 5’8” tall. Not huge but always feeling bloated, I had the “carry on luggage” hanging over the belt and always felt tired and lethargic. Then one day my wife and I heard about the Atkins torture, I mean, diet. I thought what the heck; I might as well give it a go. Well, to my surprise I lost weight and I lost it quite quickly, I still lacked energy but nevertheless, I was very impressed. It was like every man’s dream come true, meat, meat, and more meat, and losing weight. I was doing well but yes you probably guessed it, I got bored, bored, bored. The weight went back on far quicker than it came off. I have learned that most if not all diets will help you lose weight. The trick is being able to stick to it.

Like all the other diets I had tried, Atkins was restrictive, repetitive and after a while tasteless. To be fair to the other diets I had tried, including Atkins, there are recipes that can help to ease the pain but who wants to start experimenting with their culinary talents when they get in from a hard day at the office. I can tell you now, I do not. I know it sounds great having steak every day but we have all heard the saying “too much of a good thing” and very quickly that “good thing” can turn into a very bad thing. Atkins almost put me off steak for life!

Now I am losing weight again and I am down to 172lb, I know it’s only 14lb or a “stone” as we say in England but I am not bored, I feel great, and when I get in from work at night I eat what I want. How I hear you all cry, well I will tell you; I found a way of giving my body the nutrition it needs to stay healthy and I have been able to lose weight at the same time.

I started using and then marketing an all-natural nutritional program that incorporates weight loss for those that need it, weight gain for those that want it and many other beneficial products for skin health, major organ health and male and female personal health solutions.

Many people get stuck in the boom and bust cycle. We have all tried many diets but most of us have failed. Ask yourselves a question and answer honestly. What caused you to fail? If you are being honest you must answer “will power” All of the diets I have tried have caused me to lose weight. I cannot say they were not effective at achieving this. I can say however that they were boring and restrictive and that the boredom probably did not help my chances of sticking to the diet. I am not without some will power but as they say “Variety is the spice of life”.

As I said earlier I love food and the thing I like most about it is the sheer variety of foods available. I do not want to have to pick and choose what I am and am not allowed to eat. Since I and my family moved to the USA we have been able to eat out more times in the last five years than I was able to do in England in the previous thirty. The cost of eating out here is so much more affordable. I am like a kid in the candy store, I love it. Unfortunately, that makes putting on weight very easily, and so the diet cycle begins.

Of course, any sensible attempt at weight loss has to have an element of sacrifice, we have to eat a sensible amount of food while at the same time supplying our bodies with all of the vitamins and nutrients that it needs but the goals that we set ourselves must be attainable otherwise we doom ourselves to failure. Do we need to eat meat and nothing else? Do we have to eat salad and nothing else? Does anyone out there honestly think that microwave meals are satisfying?

Being overweight is now being linked with many health problems, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, the list goes on. It is also well documented that obesity is the fastest growing health problem on the planet. It is crucial that overweight people who wish to lose weight are encouraged and helped to break the vicious cycle of eating and dieting. Let me say this “you are not alone”.

I often see overweight people who are obviously desperate to lose weight forcing themselves to jog around the streets in a desperate attempt to burn calories. If they understood what harm they are doing to their joints and heart they probably would not attempt this form of exercise.

I am not saying do not exercise but we must make sure we are fit enough for exercise. If you are carrying far too much excess weight then you will do yourself more harm than good. Start by getting the food and nutrient intake under control and incorporate some light exercise such as walking then as you begin to lose weight you can start to gradually increase the amount and intensity of the workout.

Most of the overweight people I have seen jogging are probably doomed to failure because they cannot possibly be enjoying the torture of forcing their bodies to do something that, let's face it, has been totally alien to it for years. Start slowly, that is the key.

Do not expect instant results, the quick fix does not exist. It took time to get out of shape it will take time to get back in shape.

Be patient.

If overweight people are ever to be able to lose weight and keep the weight off they must look for a more scientific way of maintaining healthy, nutritional eating patterns. Help is out there, there is an army of very dedicated people, who were all customers once, just like me, that are now helping thousands of people lose weight and become healthier, happier people.

These people understand that proper nutrition is the key to a healthier life. They understand that the never-ending cycle of torturous dieting or joint busting exercise simply does not work for most of us and is nearly always doomed to failure. Some people are very strong-willed and can stick to even the most demanding of diets to achieve their goals. I am afraid that like many people out there, I am not one of those people.

Conclusion


If you are like me and do not possess a will of iron, get help. It will change your life as it has changed mine.

Do yourself and your loved ones a huge service. Choose a nutritional program you can stick to without destroying your taste buds.

You won’t regret it. Oh, and by the way, it definitely is not boring!

"Dieting" Toture By Another Name, It Doesn't Need To Be That Way

It’s one thing for someone who sits at a computer all day and never exercises to have back pain, but for a bodybuilder, someone who spends hours and hours each week pouring everything they’ve got into building muscle, it should be criminal!



The reason we say this is because, if you are going to spend so much time, money, and energy trying to build the “perfect body”, you have to make sure that you not only look good, but also feel good…
We’ve identified what we call “Bodybuilding Sins” that lead to back pain, sciatic pain, and other injuries… read em and take action now if you are serious about bodybuilding and are fed up with your back pain.

Reason - Choosing the WRONG Exercises


Get ready, this is gonna hurt! The exercises most bodybuilders focus on the most, are the ones that cause the most problems… hopefully, you’re different J
But before we share with you what those exercise are, let’s talk real quickly about what bodybuilding is…

The goal of bodybuilding isn’t to get as big as you can, or at least to us it isn’t and shouldn’t be, but to build a balanced body that is as strong as possible in every way. For example, while being freakishly big may get people’s attention, it serves you no purpose at all…

while on the other hand, what if you were not only big, but also extremely strong and powerful, lightning fast, flexible, and agile enough to kick ass if needed?

So many bodybuilders build massive amounts of muscle yet are so unbelievably weak and inflexible… for example, we know a guy who can bench press over 350 lbs but can’t do a measly 50 push-ups!

The point is, the exercises you choose and how you perform them not only determine how big, strong, and flexible you are, but also affect how your body functions and whether or not you suffer from aches, pains, and injuries like back pain and sciatic pain.

Ok, here they are… the exercises that create the most problems and are most likely to lead to back pain:


  • Bench Press
  • Leg Extension


So, any of your favorites on this list?

While there are others, these are the two that cause the most damage.

There are several reasons why these exercises made our list of the “worst bodybuilding exercises”. First, all of them target areas that already tend to get worked a lot in everyday life and often times are overdeveloped…

and by focusing so much on these exercises you end up creating muscle imbalances, or worsening existing muscle imbalances, which pull your bones and joints out of their normal position…
and this leads to uneven pressure and wear and tear on your muscle, ligaments, tendons, bones, and joints and will sooner or later lead a break down or injury.

For example, chronic overuse of the bench press, coupled with little or no exercises targeting the upper back, leads to an overdevelopment of the chest and a lack of strength and development in the upper back…

This all too common combination leads to what we call “Turtle Back”. You know what we’re talking about, when the shoulders are pulled so far forward, lats are as wide as barn, and from behind, their back looks like a giant sea turtle shell!

This “Turtle Back” posture can create neck, upper back, and shoulder pain and injuries faster than you can pop an Advil!

Plus, how many times during your day are you forced to lie on your back and push up a bar loaded with weights? There are so many better exercises for chest development that not only stimulate more muscle, but also build more usable strength.

Now let’s talk about the fabulous thigh builder, the leg extension…

Not only does it place an unbelievable amount of strain on the knee joint, but it also will quickly overdevelop the quads, which are already getting far more work than their counterpart, the hamstrings.

An imbalance between the quadriceps and hamstrings, which is also extremely common in bodybuilders, is a key contributor to back pain. This imbalance is easily identifiable by what people often call “Bubble Butt” or “Ghetto Booty”.

So hopefully you can see how important it is to choose your exercises wisely. We strongly recommend you cut out these exercises, or at least cut back on using them and add in targeted exercises for the opposing muscle groups and targeted stretches for those tight, overdeveloped muscles.

The key to eliminating back pain, or any other ache, pain or injury for that matter, is to bring your body closer to balance…

What good is muscle if you can’t use it? How many more workouts are you going to miss because of back, neck, or shoulder pain? How much bigger and stronger could you be if back pain and other injuries weren’t ruining your training?

Just imagine how bad things will be 10, 20, or 30 years from now if you don’t make changes to your training now… but don’t take our word for it, ask some of the older bodybuilders who are paying the price now... you can spot them easily at the gym because they limp around trying to find something they CAN do.

“Biggest Reason” That Cause Back Pain | 2020

This is another vitamin article that I have written, but the only difference is that this one goes into more detail about specific vitamins.  My previous articles do not do that.  Those articles were more of a short introduction into vitamins, their role and their best food source.  I'll start with 2 water Soluble Vitamins and 1 fat soluble vitamins.



Vitamins for good Health


Water Soluble Vitamins:  These are water-soluble vitamins that are not stored in the body and must be replaced each day. These vitamins are Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, Folic Aid, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin and vitamin C.

Lets start with the...

b vitamins:  Vitamin  B1 is needed to process carbs, fats, and proteins.  Vitamin  b1 is required by everybody to form the fuel the body runs on.  Every nerve cell requires vitamin b1 to function properly. Wheat germ, peas, beans, enriched flour, fish, peanuts, and meat  are all  excellent sources of vitamin b1. People with advancing age, a poor diet and too much alcohol consumption may result in vitamin b1 deficiency. The suggested RDA for vitamin b1 is unclear but The amount found in most multivitamin supplements is more than enough. Vitamin b1 works hand in hand with vitamin b2 and vitamin b3.

Vitamin b2:  Helps release energy from foods. Essential for healthy eyes, skin, nails and hair. Their sources are: Whole grains, brewer's yeast, torula yeast, wheat germ, almonds, sunflower seeds,cooked leafy vegetables.  The suggested RDA for vitamin b2 is unclear but The amount found in most multivitamin supplements is more than enough.

Please note, be aware that vitamin b3 or Niacin, as its commonly known as, may cause a reaction in some people.  Itching and or burning are two of the symptoms.  The author of this article found that out the hard way. Fat-soluble vitamins: Theses vitamins  are A, D, E and K.  These vitamins are dissolved in fat and stored, therefore they are not needed every day in the diet.  Over consumption of fat soluble vitamins may pose a risk of toxicity.

Vitamin A:  Vitamin a is a fat soluble vitamin and as mentioned before, should not be consumed in excess.   For the maintenance of skin, mucous membranes, bones, teeth, and hair; eye sight. Their sources are: green vegetables, melon, squash, tomatoes.

Conclusion


Well that's it for this article.  Look for more of my vitamin articles coming soon.
The information presented in this article is for informational purposes only and is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any disease or condition.

This article is not a substitute for a health care professional.  Please consult a medical professional before beginning any vitamin program.

"B" Vitamins, Unleash The Beast Inside You in 2020

"Goals...
...and resolutions."

Yes, it's that time of the year again.

Why is it that every time Jan 1st comes around, everyone starts to think about their new resolutions for the year? Or perhaps "new" isn't the correct word -- perhaps "recycled" is apter?  After all, isn't it true that for most people, "resolutions are made to be broken?"



Goals are a wonderful way to inspire us towards getting the things in life that we want, but more often than not, they simply end up unattained and we get frustrated (again) at the end of the year.
But it doesn't have to be so.

Really.

You can attain your goals or resolutions, but only IF you know how to go about setting them up correctly in the first place.




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7 tips for weight loss in the year 2020


And I'll give you a few useful pointers to help you get started on the right track...

  1. Begin with the end in mind.  What's the end result you want to achieve?  Do you want to lose weight?  Or do you want to drop 1 dress size instead?
  2. Get specific and be realistic.  It's not enough to just say "I want to lose weight."  How much do you want to lose _exactly_?  By when?  A better goal is to say "I want to lose 11 pounds in 3 months."  And make sure your goal is realistic.  If you want to drop 27 pounds, it's not realistic to say you want to do that within the next 7 days, not to mention that it's not healthy to do that!  Or if you've been putting on the weight slowly over the last 10 years, it's not quite realistic to say you want to go back to your weight 10 years ago within a month.
  3. Break it down into smaller and easier "baby steps."  Let's say you want to lose 20 pounds.  That seems like an insurmountable task, but it becomes easier to manage if you look at it as losing an average of 1 pound per week, over a course of 20 weeks.  Now's that manageable!  For you to lose a pound a week, you only need to create a calorie deficit of about 500 calories per day by controlling your diet and increasing your amount of exercise.
  4. Okay, now for the big "secret" -- the missing key to achieving your goals: Write down your "Why" i.e. what are you doing this for?  Most people skip this step, and it's a primary reason why they never seem to achieve their goals. It's absolutely critical for you to write down the reasons why you want to achieve each specific goal.  For example, if the goal is to "lose 20 pounds in 6 months," write down why you want to lose that weight.  And here's another tip: Make it "personal and emotional."  The more "emotional" the reason, the more likely you'll be driven towards the goal. So, let's say you've got kids.  An example of a good "reason why" is "I know being overweight is a leading cause of many health problems -- I will lose the 20 pounds and get healthier so that I will not be a burden to my children, and be able to stay healthy long enough to attend my daughter's wedding and be there to carry my grandchildren." Assuming all these things are important to you, of course. :-)  But I'm sure you get the picture.
  5. "Write it down and put it up!"  It's usually not good enough to just think of the goals in your head.  You need to write down all your specific goals and the "reasons why," and then paste it up where you will look at it every day. Don't write it down on a notebook and chuck that inside the drawer.  Instead, paste it up on your dressing table mirror, or anywhere else that is in plain sight.  Remember, "out of sight, out of mind!"
  6. Do not be too ambitious.  Aim for a loss of 1-2 pounds per week, at the max!  Losing more than that amount is bad for you.  And it'll most probably be caused by a loss of water and/or muscle, rather than your unwanted excess body fat.
  7. - Be realistic and "go with the flow."  The pounds didn't come on overnight, so don't expect them to disappear in a jiffy too.  And sometimes the weight loss isn't as fast (or as much) as planned.  But don't get stressed out, because stress will only add on the pounds.  It's important that you don't think of the weight loss process as "all or nothing." Instead, think of it as "slowly but surely."  The weight may go up a little sometimes, but if you stick to your plan, you'll still be delighted at the end of the year!

Use these simple steps and make a positive difference in your life this year!  Best of luck!

Conclusion


This are 7 tips that can help you to do live with your resolutions in the year 2020.

7 Simple Tips to Help Fulfill Your Weight Loss Resolutions in 2020