Topic: How to lose weight FAST!?
June 16, 2019 / By Anona Question:
i need some tips on how to lose weight FAST! and i mean in about 1 and a half months!!! i weigh about 118 and want to lose about 5 pounds. WHAT DO I DO? i drink about 4-8 oz chocolate milk everyday, take in about 1000-1500 calories everyday, and burn about 200 calories everday. by this week i have weight training everyday so i'll be burning about 400 calories everyday. i eat really healthy maybe 3 sweets a week. im also 5'6. i've been doing this for about 2 months and it doesn't seem like im loosing anything. and I CAN'T RUN because my mom wont let me by myself so please tell me what else i can do! im gonna start doing 10 squats a day,25 crunches, and 3 planks for a minute each a day. also does sleep help? i get about 6 hrs a night except on weekends.
Ywain | 1 day ago
Okay. If you're not losing weight, then your body is used to 1000-1500 calories, which honestly seems really low. Anyway, 1 pound of fat= 3500 calories, 5 pounds: 17500 calories. So in 1 and a half months, you need to get rid of 17500 calories. 1 month and a half is roughly 45 days. So 17500 calories you need to burn divided by 45 is roughly 388.89 calories you need to burn extra a day.
This is how much you burn a day : http://www.healthstatus.com/calculate/cbc
So subtract how many calories your body burns from your diet. Then subtract a remaining calories to equal 388. If it is already less than -388, then you should be losing weight.
1. Drink lots of water, 10 minutes before a meal, drink a glass of water, usually people mistake thirst for hunger. After drinking water, 10 minutes later, if your still hungry, reach for food.
2. Raw fruits, Raw veggies
3. Chocolate milk is great for a post workout drink (especially for strength training) Yet is high in sugar and calories. Save it for after a workout!
4. Circuit training: Strength, (don't be afraid of dumbells!) then cardio, then abs, then strength, etc, etc
5. That's actually not that much exercise, thats burning less than 100 calories.
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Don t skip breakfast and choose that s high in protein for energy and full of fiber to keep you satisfied for hours
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Jumping rope allows you to have a quick, efficient workout in the
privacy of your room. The jumping rope itself you can buy in a dollar
store for about 50 cents. You can exercise in front of your TV.
Jumping is more efficient that jogging, and burns more calories. It
does not require a lot of space. It builds up your strength, tones
your whole body, build legs muscles.
People who used jumping rope reported significant results after one
week of exercising.
When jumping rope it is important to remember to not push yourself
too hard. Just because children jump rope doesn't mean you can't over
do it. Begin with about twenty-five jumps a rep, with a rest between.
Gradually shorten your rests as you improve, but it is not advisable
to cut them out completely due to the high impact nature of jumping.
Before you begin a jump roping work out, you need to be familiar with
the basic jumping techniques. Begin all jumps by holding the rope
handles at your sides, with the middle of the rope at your feet.
Begin with rope behind you. Swing rope over your head, moving hands,
and rope, forwards. Jump over rope with feet together.
Begin with rope in front of your body. Swing the rope backwards, over
your head. Jump over the rope just as you would forwards, keeping feet
Jogging Step Jump
Begin as if you were doing a basic jump. When you swing the rope over
your head, do not keep feet together. Instead, switch them back and
forth, in a jogging motion as you jump.
Criss Cross Jump
Begin as if you were doing a basic jump. When you jump over the rope,
bring your left arm over to cross the right. Then bring arm back over.
The twisting jump is simply a basic jump, but as you jump, twist your
lower body side to side.
When you have had some practice jumping, try to move the rope twice
under your feet for each jump. With even more practice, you could even
get it three or four times under.
After you have mastered the jumps, you can combine them to create a
fun, challenging workout. You can also jump in different ways to keep
your work out interesting. For example, you could do what is called
Use tape to make a square on the floor, or use chalk if on concrete.
Then, divide the square into quadrants. Then, jump around into each
square in a clockwise, then counterclockwise, direction. Begin with a
basic jump, and then add whatever jumps you wish.
Another thing you could do is try to move a set distance while you
jump. You could hop forward each time you did a basic jump, or do a
jogging step jump, but move forward instead of remaining stationary.
If you do not have the room available, you could do this in a circle.
Alternating legs is also a very good exercise. Try doing ten jumps on
your right leg, then ten on your left. Balancing while standing with
upright posture during this will help to tone your core muscles, and
helps your body all over.
The most important thing is to have fun. Any exercise that keeps you
from being bored will keep you exercising. If you find things getting
a little dull, mix it up again. With jump roping the possibilities are
Originally Answered: is it ok to water fast one day then juice fast the next day or the same day? will u still lose weight?
I've done both water and juice fasts and I agree with the first respondent. First, I don't recommend water fasts, unless you are a) an experienced faster, b) under the supervision of an MD or very experienced ND, and c) already very healthy, a good weight, and seeking further cleansing (not weight loss) or mental purification. Water fasts CAN be dangerous depending on the individual; contraindications include messed-up electrolytes, which can affect the heart, and damage to other organs (such as the kidneys), as well as the negative effects of release of too many toxins, and deterioration of muscle tissue. Brain damage can also result.
I've done juice fasts of up to two weeks on several occasions, and I drank mostly fresh organic vegetable juices. I lost weight, but that was NOT the purpose of my fasts, and I strongly recommend against using juice or water fasting as a weight loss tool. Juice fasts can have their own damaging effects, particularly if you rely too much on fruit juice. Blood sugar issues, kidney problems, and tooth damage can result.
Good luck, though. I'm interested in other responses.