A good weight loss plan is one that not only loses you weight but also helps you to keep it that way. Everyone knows that you either burn out more calories than you consume or you eat fewer calories than your daily calorie expenditure. Straightforward yes? I shall thus expound on the two-pronged approach of watching your diet and your exercise in this weight loss plan.
Your first step in your weight loss plan is that you pay attention to your meals. First: three square meals are a no go if you are not a construction worker. Instead the adage of six light meals is advised if you want to keep a trim figure. Eat till you are seventy percent full so that your digestive system will not be overloaded. You are not on a diet if you are going to eat till you burst on all six meals. For efficient digestion and thus a trim figure, your tummy needs a warm and ideal temperature and your digestive juices the right pH value. To prevent havoc on my digestion, I do not drink cold or soft drinks with my meals. This is because drinking such drinks lowers your internal temperature and changes the pH value of your gastric juices.
Lastly, you need to work that booty if you want to shed that weight. You could choose to hit the gym as building muscle mass not only cuts you a trim and lean figure, it burns your fat twenty-four hours of the day (hurray!). However, if the idea of gaining muscles irks you, then by all means, do aerobic activities instead. Go out for a walk after dinner to burn off the extra calories accumulated throughout the day. No discipline? Sign up for a class. Putting your money into a yoga or aerobics class is sure to send you scuttling out your exercise sessions if sheer will power to carry out your weight loss plan is not good enough
Do note, do not be fooled into thinking that sports bars are good for you if you do only light exercise less than daily. These are absolutely yummy but do not be naïve and think that by eating sports bars, its ‘sporty’ image will rub off on you. Athletes look so darn trim and lean because they work out, not because they seat on the couch chomping on sports bars loaded with sugar, so get off your bottom and thrash those bars. The same is said for sports drinks, these are packed with carbohydrates and sugar, all of which you, on a diet plan weight loss simply cannot afford to have.
No single weight loss plan will work all the time or work for everyone, Thus the reason of not stating a fixed one. How much weight one loses depends mostly on his or her motivation to control his diet and chose his or her foods wisely. Thus to achieve your more efficient weight loss you also have to consider your reasons for weight loss and this will help you to stick to your plan more rigorously.