PLEASE! i don't know how to loose all this weight! I need to loose it by summer! (pictures) Please help me?
Topic: PLEASE! i don't know how to loose all this weight! I need to loose it by summer! (pictures) Please help me?
October 14, 2019 / By Myles Question:
Okay, first off.
Disgusting, i know. buut, that would be my body ]:
&& summer is in four months! && to make the best out of it, i really don't want to look like that in a bikini, i want to be way more toned, && more thin.
I don't know what work outs are the best to help with my love handles/abs, the inside of my thigh and the backs of them.. and more then anything, i don't know what foods i should eat.
&& I'm on high-blood pressure medication so i can't take diet pills ):
I know that plank, is good for abs, and lunges are good for the insides of my thighs, but what else can i do?
&& what should i eat [no diet plans either, I'm kinda broke]
Please help me, I'm so sick of being depressed about my body, i just don't know how to fix it.
Any bit helps!
Karson- the worst that could happen is i'd die! i cannot take any diet pills because of my high blood pressure, please stop trying to advertise things for your company, i really need help.
Best Answers: PLEASE! i don't know how to loose all this weight! I need to loose it by summer! (pictures) Please help me?
Kenny | 9 days ago
Play it safe and consult with your doctor regarding how to lose weight because certain things may apply to you differently due to your high blood pressure. However, outlined below is a diet, cardio and nutrition plan to hopefully help you reach your goal and is healthy.
First things first: eliminate all unhealthy foods and drinks such as sodas (regular and diet), fast food, processed food, foods high in saturated fat, sugar, and simple grains such as white bread, white rice, etc. Consume 5-6 small meals a day, a meal every three or so hours. This will keep you somewhat full throughout the day and keeps your metabolism high which is key in burning fat. Drink tons of water - about a gallon and a half a day - as this flushes out toxins, keeps your body hydrated, and helps in the depleting of fat cells. Plus water has no calories so drink as much as you want; it keeps you full. Eat protein in every meal; you should aim for 20 grams of protein if you can. After your protein, consume your vegetables and fruits and then your whole grains. Eat as many vegetables as you please as most of these are negative calorie foods, meaning you burn up all the calories in the vegetable by simply chewing and digesting it. Plus, vegetables keep you full for long periods of time. Here are some healthy foods: lean protein (chicken, turkey, flank steak, and fish), whole grains (oatmeal, brown rice, wheat bread, wheat pasta, wheat tortillas), wide variety of vegetables, low glycemic fruits (berries, apples, oranges, bananas), and healthy fats in moderation (olive oil, eggs* - also good sources of protein, nuts and legumes). You can also supplement your diet with whey and casein protein shakes, omega-3 fish oils, and flax seed. Protein shakes are great for pre- and post-workouts; I recommend Optimum Nutrition. They taste great are as basic shakes for women and men. Sample Day:
7am - 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 apple, 1 whole egg with 2 egg whites
10am - One scoop Whey Protein (post workout) and handful of berries
1pm - 1 chicken breast, brown rice, 1 cup of steamed veggies
4pm - 1/2 cup Almonds and yogurt
7pm - 1 fillet Tilapia (or other fish) and romaine lettuce salad
9pm - Casein Protein Shake
***Craving sweets or dessert? Consumer Jell-O (10 cals) or Jell-O Pudding (60 cals); both are fat free and are low glycemic
***Hungry? Snack on vegetables – carrot and celery sticks for example
***Substitute protein shakes for other sources of protein, but make sure they are equivalent in amount of grams in protein, carbs and fat. Remember protein shakes have hardly any carbs and have no fat. Non-fat cottage cheese is a great substitute for casein protein shakes
Complete 30-45 minute sessions of cardio for 4-5 times a week. If you are going to do your cardio sessions with your resistance training, be sure to complete your cardio AFTER your resistance training. That way you can concentrate on proper form and will have more energy to complete more reps. Also, cardio after resistance helps you burn more calories and rids your body of lactic acid and makes you less sore for the next day.
The most simple way to do cardio is to jog because it can be done anywhere, anytime without equipment. You can do laps in a pool, elliptical machine, treadmill, stairmaster and bike. Switch it up as much as you want to keep your body guessing.
Interval training is the best way to cut fat and to tone up. It also keeps your body burning calories for up to 48 hours after your training, which is why many athletes and professional body builders use this method. Example:
Warm up - 5 minutes
Intensity Level 9 - 1 minute
Intensity Level 6 - 2 minutes
Intensity Level 3 - 1 minute
*Repeat 3-6 times depending on how long you want*
Cool Down - 5 minutes
*This can be done on any workout equipment or when you are out running, jogging or walking. Intensity level is rated between 1-10.*
Resistance training helps you sculpt your muscles and burn calories for up to two days after your training. The more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism is, the lower your body fat percentage and the more visible your abs or flat stomach become.
Start out by splitting up your routine like this : Mondays - Shoulder/Biceps, Wednesdays - Legs/Back, and Fridays - Chest/Triceps. Training one day, taking one day off allows for your muscles to heal which is necessary to properly sculpt your body. In the gym, complete a mixture of machines and free weights, as machines help with proper form and free weights hit muscles machines can't. Also, to tone up, try smaller amounts of weight but more reps. Focus more on proper form and completing the exercise slow, rather than multiple sets of tons of exercises going through them super fast.
To get those toned abs, work your abs like any other muscle. Take one day on and one day off. If you want to make them super visible, add weight. Split up your routine like this: Mondays - Upper Abdominals, Wednesdays - Lower Abdominals, Fridays - Obliques.
I hope this helps. Email me with any questions. Good luck!!
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Originally Answered: i want to loose maybe 20-30 lbs by summer? i diet and exercise, should i take those diet pills?
I'm sorry to tell, but there is not a single diet pill on the market, present or future that you can legally use to lose weight. You've just go to do it the old fashioned way.
Whatever the fastest way is, it may kill you. Most fast ways involve extreme water loss from you body, leading to elevated blood pressure and possible heart attacks, irregardless of age or fitness.
There is only ONE way to lose weight and it works the same way for every living being on earth. It is safe and continuous, guaranteed to give results:
Eat a little less and do a little more:
1 lb equals 3,000 calories. A day's intake is about 2,000 calories for a man, about 1,500 – 2,000 for a woman, So skip approximately one day's worth of food in a week and you have lost almost 1 lb. Do this regularly and you will lose weight safely, for as long as you keep it up.
Don't try skipping breakfast, though, that just makes you so awfully hungry that you will, guaranteed, overeat at some other time during the day.
Excuse my language, but wtf? You aren't 'fat' or 'disgusting'! Don't say those things about yourself. =/
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As a personal trainer, one of the most common questions I’m asked is “how do I lose stomach fat?”
Well to put it as simple as possible, you can’t.
No matter how may crunches you do, or leg raiser, you will not be able to target the fat in your abdominal region. The reason being, you can NOT localize fat removal. Doing sit ups and crunches only work the abdominal muscles and have absolutely no effect on the fat burned in that area.
When your body burns fat, it uses fat stores from where it can find fat. Your body does not know that it should be concerned with your love handles. The fat on your body is distributed differently on each of use. For many males, the majority (or most noticeable) is the fat on the stomach areas. When you lose fat, your body will do so in it’s own natural “balance.”
The best way to lose that ugly fat is through diet. Once your diet is in tune, you will slowly se the fat melt away. There is no hidden secret, magic pill, or piece of equipment that will quickly remove any fat. You have to work for it, and depending on your genetics, it may take awhile.
However, If there is one standard that most of the world uses to determine whether a persons body is in good shape it is a well defined set of abdominal muscles. The "ab" muscles are a visual symbol of a person that takes care of their muscles and, by association, their body as a whole. Although the later is not necessarily true, a good set of abs is a desired physical attribute for most to aspire to.
Which muscle groups to work
Building your abs is an exercise in personal discipline. Building each of the main ab muscles takes a concentrated effort. From a lay persons point of view there are three main abdominal muscle groups: the upper, the lower and the oblique's. The upper ab muscles are often referred to as a "beer belly", the lower abs as a "pooch" and the oblique's as "love handles". As the exercises that help strengthen these muscle groups are discussed, it should be pointed out that none of the exercises reduces fat levels. That is left to a proper diet and other exercises. For a total fitness plan, you may want to speak with your doctor.
Start with a pain free stretch
Personal discipline is one thing but stopping before you begin, because of a pulled muscle, is another. Begin you ab routine with a nice even stretching of your core body. Relax and roll any muscle you have between your upper neck and your waist. This might best be described as keeping your feet planted shoulder width apart, bending your knees slightly and making a 360 degree circle with your upper body(waist up.) As you do this you will feel muscle groups pulling as you stretch them. DO THIS SLOWLY and you will quickly find the ab groups you will soon be working.
Proper position and isolation
In performing each of the following exercises, proper positioning is important for getting the maximum effect out of each movement. The one position you will need in each exercise is bent knees. This angle, in reference to the floor, will generally be 90 degrees unless otherwise stated. What this does is isolate the abs and prevent your legs from helping the abs in the exercise. The next important tip is to not overextend your range of motion. The common perception for most of these exercises is to cover the full range of motion from the starting point of the exercise to the end. You will only need to cover about 30 percent of that range for the best isolation of the abs. Strangely enough, you will find this lesser motion more difficult.
The true ab exercise
The ab exercise that is truly the basis of getting toned ab muscles is the basic "sit-up". People may call it a "crunch" or something else but the exercise that will get you the abs you want is a basic sit-up. It is how you do the sit-up that counts. Most people do them incorrectly. Perform a "crunch" by:
* Laying on the floor and bending your knees to a 90 degree angle with the floor. Heels on the floor with feet at a 45 degree angle to the floor. Interlace your fingers behind your head.
* Relax your arms and neck.
* Smoothly raise your upper body to a 30 degree angle while bringing your knees to your chest. Return to the starting position slowly and smoothly, repeat.
* Keep your arms and legs relaxed and move in a smooth motion for best results.
Working up to a Side Bridge
To be ready for the "side bridge" ab exercise you may need to work your biceps’ and your shoulders. For these exercises simply fill two or more 1 gallon jugs with water and begin curling them for 15 repetitions, this equals one set. Repeat and ad weight (more water or jugs.) For your shoulder use the same jugs and lift, with a slightly bent elbow, to the side. To perform the bridge:
* Lay on your side with straight legs one on top of the other. Place your hand just under your body at shoulder. Press down on your hand and raise your body up until the arm is almost locked (don’t let it lock.)
* Raise your o
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save the kitchen and the dining room table for cooking and eating try not to use it as a place to do work or other activities or you may be tempted to eat more
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pounding out your meat will help healthier portions go a longer way visually and its good stress relief
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Your body is fine. You are thin and your stomach looks toned. I don't see what the problem is. Your body looks healthy and you look great in a bikini. Exercise is always great, whether you are fat or thin, just don't overwork yourself. And since your body looks good, the way you are eating is probably fine. Just avoid things like junk food and soda. But you look great and shouldn't be worrying about your body.
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your body is fine you're just self conscious
i'm not lying btw i would seriously tell you if i thought that you look like you need to lose weight
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Originally Answered: I want to loose weight?
Your weight is already loose.
If it was tight, it would be muscle.
If you want to LOSE weight, you need to focus on eating less and moving more.
Cardio is your best friend for weight loss. Swim, treadmill, eliptical, stationary bike, jump rope, etc. for 30-60 minutes a day.
Eliminate carbonated beverages from your diet and limit overall calories to 2000. Obviously cut the junk food, allow yourself one small treat a day so you don't relapse. Focus on fiber to boost your metabolism, kale truly is a super food but any green leafy food will do.
Start with 3 days on, 4 off. Try to work different muscle groups on alternating days, such as day 1 legs, day 2 upper body, day 3 abs.
For cardio, like I said shoot for 30+ minutes a day. On weight machines shoot for lower weight, higher reps. This will give you tone and help burn those calories.
Good luck, stick with it and remember you are doing this for YOU. If you want to impress people, buy a fancy car instead.