Weight loss question(: 1O pointss?
Topic: Weight loss question(: 1O pointss?
June 16, 2019 / By Breanna Question:
I'm a 14 year old girl. I'm overweight. i've tried alot of things to lose weight but none of them work ): i started body for life which seems like a good idea because it teaches you how to eat right & it's for long term weight loss. I started it November but i kinda quit and after that i decided to start over again. As you know the program requires you to do cardio in the morning. My step dad is like my dieting buddy,we work out and follow the program together. He has the card to a gym really close to my house. it opens at 5 a.m and i have to go at that time since i have to get ready for school right after. Well - i get up and i try to wake him up and he doesn't wanna go. he always tells me that we'll do cardio when i get back from school and then he ends up not wanting to go =/ i'm eating what the book says but he just keeps slaking off which at times rubs off on me. I'm trying so hard to lose weight ; i'm very depressed. I can't go to the gym without him because i'm not 18 so i can't go by my self. I'm so frustrated ! )': i am 100% committed to losing weight but he's just ruining everything! PLEASE HELP!
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Aletha | 5 days ago
@PAMELA- you are plain stupid! seriously....
Honey you should run/walk outside for an hour daily and you will loose about 3 to 4 pounds per week.
but you must do it and I can assure you great success and confidence. Working out at 14 is a great thing because you don't grow up being fat. If you don't do anything about it now then you will grow being fat. So its up to you not to let yourself down.
Good Luck Honey!
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Originally Answered: Hair loss, rapid weight loss question.. will it grow back?
Eating disorders can cause hair loss. Do you feel like you were restricting yourself too much? 50 lbs is a lot of weight, and you lost it generally fast. As I said before, your hair thins out when you have an eating disorder. So yes, your weight loss would have made your hair thin out. Make sure your taking vitamins and try including healthy oils in your diet. Olive oil is great for your hair and skin and may lead towards your hair being healthier. Are you particularly thin now? You might want to try to gain about 5 pounds and see if that helps your hair ...
I got turned on to this Diet Solution program from a friend of mine who is/was a previous athlete and was having BIG trouble maintaining his weight in his 'post prime' days.
I observed him slimming down and not really working out extremely hard and asked him what he was doing.
I still do some PX90 from time to time, but I am just not consistent with it. Following the tips and steps in the Diet Solution program, I have lost well over 15 lbs in just a few weeks.
I do endorse it, but I can say that the best way to go is to get some consistent cardio in PLUS having a solid Diet.
This program has helped me considerably.
Give it a shot!
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Have you tried explaining to him how much it means to you and how much the both of you can benefit from it? If that doesn't work, you can always work out in your home without gym equipment. Being as young as you are and being committed to a diet and waking up so early, I think you can do it. You can jog in place (jogging, running and walking can help you lose weight more than you think) or try pilates (sp?). Maybe purchase an ab wheel, I love mine, it's very effective and probably inexpensive. Stick to your diet, eating right is one of the best things you can do for your body, so don't give that up. Don't try to push it on your dad, you can still find ways to do this without him so stay committed.
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This may help. My golfing mate was having real problems with his weight and getting more frustrated every day. Eventually he found a diet solutions program that not only helped him lose and control his weight but also, lower his handicap. Give it a go and good luck. If you're a golfer have fun.
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Originally Answered: I have a question about weight loss that may seem like simple math, but when it comes to weigh loss it's not..?
Unless you are extremely obese or do hard labor all day it's pretty much impossible to burn 5,000 calories a day. And you would have to be eating 5,000 calories a day right now just to be maintaining your current weight. You might want to check out another website for more accurate information. Try www.fitday.com to see how many calories you burn a day based on your height, weight, and activity level. It will also help you keep track of the foods you eat and calculate how much you burn exercising or doing everyday activities. You can also go to http://walking.about.com/cs/calories/l/blcalcalc.htm to calculate your basal metabolic rate, which is how many calories your body burns each day based on your lifestyle.