Quick and Easy Weight Loss Guide


This is going to be a seriously abridged version of my exciting NEW book.

I put this together because it can be an all in one reference guide
to smart steps towards increasing weight loss, and the things
to watch out for. Like the Cookie Monster. He’ll get you in the
middle of the night.

So without further adue, let’s get started. We’ll start from the
beginning. Again, this is gonna be the bare bone basics.

You will need to read the book in order to get it all
explained in detail. This is just to be used as a reminder of what
to do, and what not to do.

Remember to plan your meals ahead of time. Space your meals out.
Go with 5-6 small meals, this keeps your metabolism up all day.

Big meals once or twice a day reminds your body of famine. It tries to hoard everything it
can, and is not sure when the next meal is coming.

Better to play it safe than sorry.

Avoid the Man made foods. It’s very high in calories and useless
ones at that. Avoid pizza, yes we all love it. But a good pizza can
account for the majority of our daily calories. Believe me, I’ve done
the math. Add weight lifting to your regimen. The more
muscle you have, the more calories you burn. Try and do some
aerobic work at least 3 days a week. Wanna a big tip?

Do your aerobic work first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach.
You’ll burn the fat! Some people understand this, and
others don’t really know what this translates to. Put it this way.
The 45 min. aerobic workout you do in the morning, it would take
2 hrs. and 15 min. to get the same effect if you do this
same workout at night!!

Do not drink sodas. Drink only juices and water. A carb/energy
drink is OK for workouts, and actually highly recommended.

Do count your calories. You would be amazed at how many calories
we consume by drinking fluids. Sometimes 2/3 of our allotted caloric
intake for the day.

A quick and easy formula to find your recommended caloric intake is
to take your bodyweight and multiply by 10. This is your recommended
daily caloric intake. Very simple.

Vitamins, take them. In my book I cover a few vitamins that have been
proven to help you lose weight. A few of them are Vitamin C,
Chromium Picolinate, and Calcium. We also discuss vitamins that
overweight children are deficient in.

Drink water, and lots of it. Drinking 10 glasses a day stops water
retention. Less weight and you avoid looking bloated.
Try not to eat after 6 p.m. Your metabolism has pretty much shut down
by then. For a snack try Air popped popcorn or a protein shake an
hour or two before you go to sleep.

Eat to live, don’t live to eat.

Weigh yourself daily. Same time every day. Make adjustments as
necessary. On my 10 wk. program it is absolutely no problem to lose
up to 25 lbs. of unwanted weight.

Train your abs daily. Yes they are pesky. But a 15 min. daily investment
will give you the look you want. I recently did one of those ab contests,
put it this way. They wouldn’t even submit my photos. You should have
seen the top 10. Very curious.

That being said I also have an E-book dedicated solely to your abdominals. It’s called “Competition abs”, check it out. Go to
[http://www.thermoloss3-diet.com]. Very informative. Provides you with a
10 wk. program. Takes you from A to Z. Different routine every week.

Variety is the spice of life!

Start your day early.

Joshua Carson is an author, freelance writer, and fitness guru. He is founder of Sybs Technologies inc. A nutrition company that is focusing on energy products. For more information please visit [http://www.thermoloss3-diet.com]

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