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How to Lose Holiday Weight
Posted on 15 January
2016 can be your ultimate year as you transform yourself inside and out for the better. It may not be just about how to lose holiday weight, but as you strive for change every single day you’ll come to a point wherein you’ll see the best version of yourself in the mirror. What makes this new year of new beginnings perfect is that it can give you a perfect start towards achieving your ideal healthiness and physique. If you truly believe that you can create an effective weight loss for yourself, just like the countless fitness success stories out there, then you will surely achieve your own miracle as well. Among the thousands of diet tips you can find online, here are the top fitness tips we found to be absolutely doable and effective to lose holiday weight.
1| Set Realistic Goals
What makes fitness plans or programs flop is that people fail to follow through with it. The usual reason is that the goals are too difficult to accomplish or not specifically doable for the person. So be true to yourself as to what you can actually do per day, and build up on that. You can definitely lose one pound per day or week if you take in 3500 fewer calories or burn that same amount over a period of time. Follow an exercise and diet plan that you are most comfortable and know you can definitely follow through with.
2| Track Your Progress
It’s time to face the music and check how much you’ve gained and how much you need to lose. Check your Body Mass Index (BMI) to determine whether you’re underweight, normal weight, overweight or obese. You can also download an app to measure other physical factors. Once you know how much change needs to be done, set a goal for yourself to achieve your ideal weight after a certain period of time. Check your progress daily or weekly as to how much weight you’ve lost. Reward yourself to a shopping or spa trip once you’ve gained substantial progress.
3| Start doing it NOW
According to the book, ‘The Power of Habit’ by Charles Duhigg, studies have shown that people start achieving great transformation by simply changing one habit. Changing one habit will have a ripple effect which will affect other habits. If you find it hard to start jumping into fitness, ask yourself what one thing you can do today to make a change. It might be walking the stairs instead of taking the elevator, or installing a water drinking app to remind yourself to stay hydrated. If taking 10,000 steps per day is too hard, try taking 2500 steps in 30 – 60 minutes and do this four times a day. Once you get up and start doing little changes, you’ll start getting motivated to include more healthy habits and go through the rigors of physical training.
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