Most people think that the quickest way to lose weight is to starve themselves or perform hours of cycling cardiovascular exercises. If I could show you a better way to drop those fat cells without killing yourself through exercise and starvation would you be interested in finding out more?
I'll tell you upfront without hesitation that the quickest way to lose weight is to cut off your legs at the hip. If that is too drastic a measure for you sometimes what you need to do is reframe your assumptions and take a closer examination of your goal. More than likely what you really want to achieve is significant fat loss that will allow you to experience a certain level of satisfaction.
You may have a deadline in which to lose this weight but first you need to determine how much you need to lose in order to realize your ambition. And even better measurement is to remove the word weight and replace it with the word inches. If you were to take the tape measure and record the results of your neck, shoulders, chest, waist, hips, and thighs you will now have a working template with which to develop your goals and plans.
Perhaps you are a 42 inch waist with a goal of getting down to 36. That would make reducing your waistline by 6 inches your primary objective. You now tasked with finding the means to reducing your fat level. One great way to do this is through a combination of progressive physical activity and consuming food with the expressed purpose of increasing your metabolism and affecting your endocrine system.
First, determine that you're going to spend three weeks to alter your metabolism and change your habits of eating. For the next three weeks you are going to eat with the primary strategy of burning fat. That does not mean you will be starving yourself; on the contrary you'll be eating quite a lot or I should say quite often. Plan your meals around six servings that include quality protein, mono-unsaturated fats and water based vegetables.
You will continue to eat from a selected list of carbohydrates (primarily water-based vegetables). And at the end of your quick weight-loss trial period, I recommend that you take a three-day vegetable juice quickly to effectively cleanse your system.
If you are sedentary and have not done much exercise in the past you're going to need to start a walking program. Your initial exercise regimen should be based on your current fitness level. Your fitness goals should be progressive in order to help you stick with it. Overdoing exercise or overloading your system is counterproductive and could lead to injury. That is why starting with a walking program is a great way to help you develop consistency.[ad_2]
Source by Dennis Francis