Sometimes, it isn't as easy to get back on track but its worth it.
You can do this by: 1)recalculating your calorie needs and making sure you're eating enough 2) Start a strength training routine. Muscle burns 70% more calories than fat, so building muscles will torch serious calories 3)Increase your cardio intensity and/or time.
Think negative-get negative results
Enjoy your workout, whether it's gardening, running, walking on the beach or Yoga or Pilates. The key to a successful workout plan is to enjoy what you're doing.
Exercise is part of everyday life. In past generations, they had a lot of functional exercise built into their lives, and that is what I work on everyday. I live, and take a few more steps, or lift something, and get up during commercials and do housework.
Take advantage of the wealth of experience that is out there. Regularly read the success stories and soon your tale will be among them.
I am near my GOAL weight --only a little more than 5 lbs. away! I KNOW it's easy to be anxious about the last pounds before achieving GOAL WT! But I realize it's taken me four months to get down this road--mainly because I'm more disciplined about exercise than food intake--but I'm GETTING THERE...
I have a separate account that I use for taking vacations. This way, I don't have to worry about not having it or enough to take my vacation and still able to save. I also have a Christmas club account which I save all year and now that I've limited the gifts I buy, able to save those funds as well.
Yes, it costs $ to put in a garden, but you will definitely get a great return on your investment. I like to can tomatoes and make jelly. Getting back to what our grandparents did is not only healthier, but smarter!
I began to feel light-headed and faint sometimes after losing weight although I was eating and exercising in the recommended ranges. In fact, my improved health meant that I was over-medicated and my doctor reduced my prescribed medication to my new weight and metabolism. Great news!!