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Could I lose weight this way? If not, what is the best easy routine for a person like me to lose weight?

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July 18, 2019 / By Ronalda
Question: I am a girl, 5'1.5 and 108 pounds. I have no muscle whatsoever. I want to be about 90 pounds. That might sound unhealthy but if you see me right now I honestly look chubby. Anyway for the past week this is what I have been doing: Breakfast- half an apple Lunch- half an apple Home from school- like 2 turkey sandwiches (yeah I kinda binge) Dinner- i just have an orange And I walk/jog on the treadmill for about an hour everyday burning 400 calories. I guess this is not really healthy, so what should I do instead? I am afraid to eat too much because I do not want to gain weight.
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Molly Molly | 6 days ago
for breakfast eat as much fruit as you like until you feel satisfied. for lunch eat a salad, soup or smoothie for snacks eat a couple of nuts and as much fruit as you like for dinner eat high protein foods rich in nutrients drink plenty of water and herbal teas are good. and apples are really good for detoxifying and cleansing out your body exercise for at least 30min 3-4 times a week this is an effective and healthy way to lose weight you will feel great and look it to:)
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Molly Originally Answered: Will this routine help me lose weight in a month?
Sure, it will help you lose weight but the way you are eating is very unhealthy. You are leaving out key nutrients and also protein that you need just to survive, and taking vitamins will not make up for this loss. You need to eat a balanced diet. Let me give you an example of a healthy eating plan for you (assuming you eat meat): Breakfast: cereal + fresh fruit Snack: peanuts Lunch: sandwich w/ lean protein like turkey + side of vegetables Snack: nutri-grain bar, pretzels, etc. Dinner: lean protein + salad And make sure you throw in 2 glasses of milk or soymilk for calcium also. PS: This eating plan is just a start. You can adjust for your own tastes, but make sure to include a good mix of fruits, vegetables, carbohydrates, dairy, and other forms of protein!

Linnie Linnie
keeping good posture will not only strengthen your core but will also add a small extra calorie burn because you re working slightly harder to maintain the position
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Kalla Kalla
limit if not eliminate all extras like butter mayonnaise ketchup dressing added sugar added oil etc
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Haidee Haidee
Yes. The undeserving individual has the knowledge in the beginning. If they move from not anything to steady endeavor it makes a tremendous change. The have compatibility individual, however, have got to move the additional step. They are already workout almost always, so perhaps they're going to ought to do extra endeavor or do extra energetic endeavor or consume larger moreover to their average events. However, this simplest applies to the undeserving individual within the opening, considering the fact that after a precise factor they too will ought to do further paintings. Think of it like elevating your grades. A individual with an F can vastly lift their grade via getting a B on a predominant scan or venture. The individual with the B will ought to get a excellent grade to support bump it as much as that A.
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Dodi Dodi
a pedometer can help keep track of your steps if you re not getting 10 000 steps a day you re not moving enough
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Dodi Originally Answered: Will my new running routine help me lose weight?
Nothing wrong with being organised, when you're looking for seriouse fitness results I suggest you log everything so you can see where you're going wrong. If you have the inclination to do so, then plan every meal, and take a picture of every meal. As for the exercise, your fitness will increase the more exercise you do, regardless of your weight loss, however loosing weight will also make exercise easier. If you have the time, what I'd suggest you do is jog one lap, walk one lap, jog the next, walk the next, jog the next... Ect. By doing this, you will allow yourself time to recover, and you will be able to push yourself harder on the jogging laps. This will increase your metabolism, and burn more calories, than jogging at a constant speed. Try to run as fast as you can, really push yourself, but be sensible and rest when needed. Mentally you'll be able to push yourself more because you'll be able to see the finish line and know when you can rest without feeling as if you have failed. I would suggest you only weigh yourself once a week in the same conditions eg first thing Monday morning bathroom, naked after a bowel movement, before eating/drinking ect. Remember your diet is what affects your weight loss most. Because this interval training is more difficult, you may hurt the next day, in which case only walk all the laps (at a brisk pace) and don't attempt to run that day - only run every other day. Long distance walking will increase your endurance and speed, and cause you to loose weight. When I was 15 I was 6ft 5 270lbs and I lost a lot of weight by walking hungry, drinking a lot of water, and eating much less, I used to walk daily from school and it would take me an hour and a half id be sweating, nowadays I can run it in 30 minutes. By 16 I was going gym and I was a chubby 210lbs with decent strengh.... But thought I was muscular lol... At 17 I shrunk to 160lbs, I was ******* weak because I had a job in a supermarket stacking shelves constantly moving things around pulling crates out of the yard ect and I wasn't eating I was living off cigs and redbull, which I do not recommend. At 18 I rejoined the gym, now 10 months on im 200lbs 15% body fat, cutting to 190lbs 10% to get a 6 PAC.

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