There are really 3 things that you need to lose weight quickly…
1. A Healthy Diet
2. Strength Training
3. Interval Training
No matter how you slice it you will need to “get your diet handled” if you ever plan on having 6 pack abs.
However you can find success with just exercise alone, so long as you know the “right kind” of exercises to use – that is those that provide fast ways to lose weight…
But let’s get back to your diet first since it is the most crucial element to your success.
Water is your friend. You should love it. And if you don’t then you soon will.
That’s because of this:
Divide your bodyweight by 2.
That number is the number of ounces of water you should be drinking EVERY DAY.
So you better love it because you will be drinking a ton of it…
And yes it is that important to be doing so. Water does a lot of things for your body. This includes preventing you from overeating.
If you drink one full glass of water before every meal you WILL consume fewer calories. That is because water helps fill you up.
Fewer calories create a deficit. A deficit = weight loss.
That is really your goal – to create a caloric deficit on a daily basis.
You should start every day off with a full glass of water. I personally drink a whole bottle as soon as I wake up.
Another trick is to start eating 5-6 meals on a daily basis. This keeps your metabolism going strong all day long, preventing your body from entering any sort of “starvation” period.
The easiest way to approach this is to aim for eating something every 3 hours or so.
Fruits and vegetables are king here, so make sure you eat plenty of them…
Bananas, apples, oranges, strawberries, grapes, carrots, broccoli…all of these make great snacks and you can pretty much eat as many as you want. So don’t be shy here.
Choose organic whenever possible. The easiest way to relate to this is “the fresher it is the healthier it probably is.” Focus on putting the highest of quality ingredients into your body and you will be rewarded for it.
Price is usually a big roadblock for people here, but don’t let that stop you. You can buy healthy food from your farmer’s market where it is fresher. This combined with portion control and avoiding processed foods will actually save you money.
Something else you can do (even today) is to cut down on your liquid sugar.
It is an absolute killer and you probably consume WAY too much of the white stuff.
Use water, green tea, and black coffee (limit to 1 cup) to replace any sodas or juices you drink.
Another killer is alcohol, so be very conscious about how much you drink.
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But even with all this said, don’t be afraid to cheat occasionally. Pick a day (1 a week) where you eat whatever you want.
Seriously. It will help you stay sane and actually help your metabolism.
And speaking of boosting your metabolism (get excited here), you should start working out with some strength training and interval training (in that order).
Many people erroneously choose cardio. The problem with long cardio such as running, swimming, using an elliptical etc. is 3 fold…1. It is boring2. It doesn’t boost your metabolism3. It can hurt you.
Not kidding either. Overuse injuries are a common theme with cardio. I knew this one doctor that got addicted to her “spinning” class and couldn’t even walk right.
Not cool. Getting hurt is definitely NOT a part of the fast ways to lose weight approach.
Not to mention it waste your time and isn’t fun.
Cardio doesn’t boost your metabolism in anyway. So if you burn 300 calories for a half hour then that is it.
Both strength and interval train actually boost your metabolism for up to 36 hours after your workout, meaning you burn more calories for do nothing the rest of your day.
For strength training I suggest using bodyweight workouts. They are inexpensive because you already have all the equipment you need (minus maybe a pull up bar or stability ball).
Why use weights when until you are attuned to your bodyweight?
Interval training on the other hand can be done with any cardio type exercise. Just create intervals of increased intensity followed by periods of “active rest.”