With the many weight loss patterns, programs and methods all over the place, we all still get stuck in this:
And what is that?–Not far-fetched anyway.
Is nothing but, “going back to our old weight after achieving a temporary weight loss. Yeah! I call it temporary because the new desired weight/look fails to last. And the goal of every overweight person is to “shed of weight and maintain the new desired look”. This goal is even harder to achieve than “shedding off weight” itself.
Below, you will see what to do in order to keep off that weight after you have lost it. Because, I believe in dealing with how to “keep off the lost weight permanently”, than instantaneously losing weight at intervals. (Do not mind the grammar):-
With the above gotten, we can now talk about “how to lose the weight”.
Relax! And do not shoot me with the ONE-MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION.
…Having asked the question severally in your mind,the answer is simple:
Below are some of the attitude to adopt so as not to fall back to your old weight…
Exercise/dieting has always been a norm and you are always “on your own” when it comes to that. However, it is vital you create motivations. If you say it does not work,re-examine yourself.
If you can remember in the past 25 to 45years ago; yeah, some of us were not there,anyway,but physical activity has become the exception rather than the rule, both at home and on the job. Trek-able distances are now covered with rides…and you know the rest of the story.
See what an expert said below; about ATTITUDE on weight loss
“The point here is that health experts believe that people lose their way, especially when it comes to dieting. They tend to go back to their old eating habits even after they learn to enjoy low-fat eating. They tend to return to sedentary ways even though they enjoy exercising”.
Back to the ANSWER (ATTITUDE).
For you to develop the attitude to help you keep and maintain your desired weight, you need to stay with the basics below:
- Be explicit with your goal.
- Develop a strategy.
- Work out little and calculable progress.
- Always check mate with important effect on your goals.
- Assign time.
…Hope someone can get started with the ATTITUDE.
NB: I will be bringing to you other factors that will aid you to “permanently keep the lost weight off”.