The thing about losing fat is you just lose it wherever your body is genetically predisposed to lose it. That means there is no "losing belly fat" or "losing weight in your legs".... There is just "losing weight"
I recommend an app like noom or myfitnesspal. I was using this app for a while but when I started using it in conjunction with myfitnesspal I started seeing results.
Eat whole real foods, chop up veggies and keep full containers in your fridge for snacking. Some fruits too. Eat small serving of whole grains like brown rice or quinoa once or twice a day, along with some chicken. I snack on a half can of tuna and a hard boiled egg after I workout muscles.
Avoid sugar like poison. Drink only water (a lot) or maybe some black coffee or unsweetened tea. A.dash of fruit juice in water can add a little zing if u want it.
Try fitting in small calorie burning things in other activities too, so there is less pressure and you don't get frustrated or bored. 1min Jumping jacks and 30sec bicycle crunches every commercial break. Maybe it adds up to only 5/6 minutes when yr done, but its something. I have an internal timer I can set and I read in the park and jump rope for a minute or two then read for a few mins again. I burned a few hundred cals this week like that.
Time for "real workouts" 15~20~60mins is eventually important a few times a week but if you're watching your calories and entering them into your counting app and you start adding up small workouts you can see results without feeling too punished by doing a big tough workout.
You'll start to have more energy and be more motivated to add on and find tougher workouts later, don't feel bad if you don't do em starting off.
Thx Patrick sorry took me so long to respond. I may just have to force myself to eat a few things...hopefully can get past the texture issue. I'll pass on the smoothie...ugh:)
Thx so far:)any others?
Anyone else have any ideas?
loads of cardio