Program your Weight Loss in as Easy as a Week

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The idea of the program is to help you develop a consistent approach to weight loss as well as healthy endurance when exercising. The program’s objective is to get rid of excess fat in your body. Not the healthy, lean muscle tissues and body fluids.

Before starting any weight loss program, you should visit your doctor for a check-up. The program also demands your focus and dedication, so you need to prepare yourself mentally and physically.

It is important that, when starting any weight loss program, one be positive enough to work for the results. A weight loss plan requires patience and persistence to produce lasting results. Some people may lose their motivation soon, but they can achieve their goals if they follow the plan consistently.

Continue to stretch until you reach your limit. Stretching a little before doing those exercises and working out those muscles can help you prevent any injury or soreness in your body.

It is also not advisable for anyone to try too hard. Everything should be done in moderation. Find the level of exercise and training that suits you. It should be enough for you to be comfortable in, but not so convenient that it will not be much of a challenge.
The first week

The first day of the program involves a long and steady walk in a little over twenty minutes. After the walk, follow it up with a good stretch. This takes so little of your time on the first day. In less than an hour, you have taken the first step toward a weight loss program that could work to your advantage.

By the second day, it is good to focus on an upper body workout. This maintains your strength to be able to go through the whole program for the week. On the third day, a brisk walk or jog for ten minutes is in order. For beginners, a lower body workout should be done in the evening.

On the fourth day, a good rest is in order, as is a good stretch. This lag time should be used wisely, though, to sort out any negatives in your mindset. The fifth day starts with a good ten minute walk. Exercise the lower body in four sessions of workouts, follow this up with another ten minute walk, and another four sessions of lower body workouts.

On the sixth day, you can do a low-impact exercise such as swimming. To keep things interesting, don’t hesitate to experiment with something new. The last day of the week is a time to solicit the support of the people you care about. Spend time with them or get them to be with you on your long walk. Again, follow up your walk with a light upper body workout.

This is just the beginning, though. If, by this first week, you are able to stick to the program, you have a great chance to further boost your weight loss and stay with the plan until you achieve your desired result. Try as much as possible to be unlike the people who give up easily just because they cannot see the result they want at the time they want—like this moment, today, now! Patience is a virtue. The same way it took your body time to gain all that weight, think of it as the time your body will have to exert just to get rid of it.

By White Crane

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