*ADOPTING HEALTHY EATING HABITS:
Developing healthy eating habits can sometimes be difficult, but In fact, if you develop a routine of adopting positive healthy practices, which you engage in regularly, eating healthfully can become second nature. Consider bathing, Most of us bath twice a day, simply because we have been doing this over and over and it has become parts of our daily life and also has become easy to sustain on a regular basis. It is important to stock up on healthy foods. Keep fresh fruit and veggies handy which you can grab and eat easily...pears, carrots, bananas, apples, and coconuts and also healthy foods like nuts and seeds, eggs, fresh chicken and turkey breast are also very good source of protein. We should therefore drink more water than alcohol, taking in much alcohol provide no nutritional value and according to studies taking in much alcohol can damage your heart, liver, and also can affect the way you think and also fatty and oily food should not be your friend and lastly eating late at night should be avoided. So before you even think of losing weight, the first thing you should chick is your diet. Because no matter how hard you exercise and you do not change the way you eat you will never lose weight.
Exercising with weights builds up muscle and keeps your metabolism high for an extended period of time, helping you to lose fat. Even when you are not exercising, muscle will burn more calories than fat will. If you're new to weightlifting, get started by joining a gym and asking a personal trainer to help you with some beginner's exercises. Keep these tips in mind:
+Work each muscle group. Make sure you do exercises to work out your arms, back, chest, abdomen, and legs for full-body fat loss.
+weightlifting will help you to lose much weight but do not over do because to much of every thing is bad.
+Always get up early in the morning and try and go for a morning run it is a very good way of losing weight and not forget to take a bottle of water with you
+Remember to slow with exercise you are not good at it to prevent injury.
*Getting Into Cardio
Most of us already know that cardio exercise is important for a number of reasons. It helps you burn calories and lose weight, it keeps your heart and lungs healthy, and it gives you energy. It can also help prevent and/or manage certain types of cancer, protect you from diabetes, and help avoid metabolic syndrome. knowing all these great benefits doesn't make it any easier to get started, especially if you've never exercised, so I recommend you Begin slowly and progress gradually. Start out with 5-10 minutes each day. You could even do 2-3 sessions of 5-10 minutes of cardio exercise each day and slowly build up to performing 30-60 minutes, 5-7 days of the week. Choose cardio activities that you enjoy doing.
*Find creative and fun ways to be more active:
Being active at your own free time is very good and also help to burn fats. Here are some tips you can keep in mind
+ Master a new skill! Perfect a swan dive. Try a new trick on a skateboard, figure out how to ride a unicycle, or learn a new gymnastics move.
+Be a tourist —in your own hometown! Walk around your neighborhood and explore places you’ve never been before. Take pictures of the cool things you see.
+Build something for your home, like a bird feeder or a bookshelf etc...
Also you can do some general activities with friends and as follow
+Play group games like computer games, hit the can, freeze tag. and many more
*Get enough rest
Resting is a very great way to regain lost energy of the day, and it can also be bad if you over do it.
Also resting is not always by sleeping, it is some spending some quit time alone, listing to music etc,
Being properly rested will help you maintain sufficient energy throughout the day, making you less likely to overeat and less prone to injury during physical activity