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Try some hiit workouts on YouTube, you won’t get results straight away it takes time but hiit workouts are meant to be good for loosing weight
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Try some hiit workouts on YouTube, you won’t get results straight away it takes time but hiit workouts are meant to be good for loosing weight
imma try that. tyyy x
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try the military diet
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try the military diet
imma check that out thank youu x
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imma try that. tyyy x
Just to add, you'll need to be in a calorie deficit. No matter how much exercise you'll do, if you're not in a deficit, you won't lose weight. Btw, to lose 30kg it will take a long time, don't expect it to be done by "August". It's unrealistic, and the likelihood is that you'll end up binging (which is something you don't want).
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Just to add, you'll need to be in a calorie deficit. No matter how much exercise you'll do, if you're not in a deficit, you won't lose weight. Btw, to lose 30kg it will take a long time, don't expect it to be done by "August". It's unrealistic, and the likelihood is that you'll end up binging (which is something you don't want).
oh, okay thanks for the extra info - i'll keep that in mind-
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oh, okay thanks for the extra info - i'll keep that in mind-
No problem. Happy to help 🙂.
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Caloric deficit. You should aim to lose 1% of your bodyweight every week.
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Caloric deficit. You should aim to lose 1% of your bodyweight every week.
definitely gonna try that
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definitely gonna try that
The healthy rate of weight loss recommended by the NHS is 0.5-1kg a week, not percentages of bodyweight.
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The healthy rate of weight loss recommended by the NHS is 0.5-1kg a week, not percentages of bodyweight.
For most people 1% would fit right into that 0.5kg-1kg a week. If you are morbidly obese you can lose more weight per week as you are less likely to burn muscle and can do it a lot more easily as you can eat a bit more than someone who is lighter.
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The healthy rate of weight loss recommended by the NHS is 0.5-1kg a week, not percentages of bodyweight.
In all honesty I feel those that o bide by losing 1-2 pounds a week (the safe way) are just pussies that can't take on a challenging weight loss task. I was losing over a stone a month and I am fine now.
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What's important with losing weight I think is that you need a goal to look forward to and after it, most people that lose weight go back to putting it back on once they reach their destination because it's then what. Think of a sport you can pick up and be good at so you'll actually keep up fitness once your weight loss goal is over.
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In all honesty I feel those that o bide by losing 1-2 pounds a week (the safe way) are just pussies that can't take on a challenging weight loss task. I was losing over a stone a month and I am fine now.
I am happy that you are fine but it is scientifically proven that losing weight extremely quickly results in binging and you are more likely to lose muscle and feel lethargic when losing weight so quickly.
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I am happy that you are fine but it is scientifically proven that losing weight extremely quickly results in binging and you are more likely to lose muscle and feel lethargic when losing weight so quickly.
Isn't binging a problem for people that need to lose weight regardless? for example my mum, she keeps banging on about how she needs to lose weight while chucking burgers down her gob, she's beginning to really annoy me.
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Isn't binging a problem for people that need to lose weight regardless? for example my mum, she keeps banging on about how she needs to lose weight while chucking burgers down her gob, she's beginning to really annoy me.
What happens is, people go on crash diets so they lose multiple pounds a week and then when they reach their goal weight they eat a lot and thus gain all the weight back + a bit.
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would you mind explaining more of what calorie deficit entails? my understanding is that you just eat less and exercise more to lose weight as your body is holding on to less calories... but i don’t know - and maybe that’s why i can’t lose anything lol
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would you mind explaining more of what calorie deficit entails? my understanding is that you just eat less and exercise more to lose weight as your body is holding on to less calories... but i don’t know - and maybe that’s why i can’t lose anything lol
Your body needs a certain amount of kcals to maintain your weight. If you eat less than this number, you will lose weight.
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