Topic: what is the fastest way to lose a lot of body fat?
June 19, 2019 / By Chanelle Question:
I think it's good that I'm losing weight a little at a time, but I just want this disgusting fat on me to go away when I exercise.
Anora | 2 days ago
the fastest way to lose weight and still be healthy is to eat 1,200-1,500 calories and do at least an hour of cardio 6 times a week, as well as at least 2 30 minute weight training sessions. depending on how much you weigh and how hard you work out, you can lose like 5 pounds a week this way. good luck!
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The first thing I would say is diet and fitness shouldn't be about losing weight and then stopping, it should be about changing your lifestyle so you can lose weight, improve your health and body shape, and stay like that. That means your need an exercise regime and diet you can stick to. Also be aware that you cannot spot reduce fat, only lower your body fat percentage, which can be frustrating if your body is inclined to deposit fat in around one area.
To lose weight you need to eat less calories then your body requires each day. For a woman you should eat 2000 calories a day to sustain your weight, and 1500 calories a day to safely lose weight. It might be tempting to try and eat a far lower amount, but you'll almost certaintly either fail, or put the weight back on when you stop dieting, and that's apart from any health problem it could cause.
So first of all I would advise you join a calorie tracking website like The Daily Plate (linked below) and track what food you are eating.
Next you should try to aim to eat 40% carbs, 40% protein and 20% fat each day. Carbs are the biggest culprit when it comes to putting on weight, more so than fat, so the less carbs you eat the better. That's stuff like bread, potatos, rice, sugar, etc.
Then think about exercise. You should think about doing cardio exercise, such as jogging, 3 times a week for 30 minutes. The Couch to 5k plan is very good at getting you from not being able to jog at all to being to jog no stop for 5km.
If you want to lose fat and get a good body shape then you should consider weight lifting. A lot of women think lifting anything heavier then their purse will make them look huge, but women are not able to put on muscle like men, and unless you start taking hormones and eating half a cow a day you aren't going to end up big and bulky. Again, weight lifting should be done 3 days a week.