How Can I Lose 40 pounds?

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Feb 21, 2016 8:07pm
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I'm 13, 5'8 and 170 pounds. I really want to be more confident in myself.

22 Feb
If you aren't already eating really healthy then to lose weight you have to make changes in your diet. Drink plenty of water and cut out sugary drinks (like pop). Eat lots of fresh fruit and vegetables and lean protein. To lose weight you're going to have to burn more calories then you replace so some good suggestions are cardio (swimming, walking, etc) and HIIT training. To help you stay on track you make a workout schedule and plan ahead! Get plenty of sleep to give your body time to recover and rest. Be patient and remember that the good...
23 Feb
Pick a sport and play everyday. Exhaust yourself playing soccer or basketball. Change up your diet and all. You'll be fine.
24 Feb
I think Chris nailed it on the head, but remember to surround yourself with the same positive aspirations that you want to have, doesn't mean drop all your old friends, just aquire new ones that have the same goals of a healthy lifestyle. Your young and have ALOT of time to lose it , life's to short to worry fully on the figure that comes in magazines.
24 Feb
Thanks guys.
24 Feb
I'm 13 also ,5'4 and weight 140 and am trying to lose weight , we can do it together ! Don't feel bad okay? Good luck loosing weight :)
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Feb 22, 2016 10:14pm
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My Advice To You Is Don't Eat Oily Food
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Feb 22, 2016 10:35pm
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I think,you need keep to a diet and have more workouts. Lucky for you! I hope,you'll be fine

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Feb 23, 2016 5:56am
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You gotta be prepared for a life change. You can't just lose the weight and go back to your normal life because guess what got you where you are...

I recommend small changes that you can stick to, adding up to big changes over time.

Start eating some more vegetables. Substitute healthier snacks. Do small workouts. Cut out some sugar in your day. Keep it simple enough that you don't feel too deprived. Small things you stick to become habits. As you start to get a little healthier you'll naturally seek out more challenge and more changes. Don't let setbacks feel like defeat. It's a long process and you will definitely have setbacks. They're a part of the process.

You can change your life if you want to, it just takes time and a little persistence.

23 Feb
Cardio,lift ,pull ,push ,and eat healthier food at the right time .motivate yourself to achieve your goal.......good luck
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Mar 9, 2016 7:22pm
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It doesn't matter how much you exercise without proper nutrition. Remember not to become obsessed with the scale. Measure your loss on size drop. The weight drop will come after. Some people, especially women, can gain muscle growth as fast as they are burning the fat off. So the scale won't change right away. Check the scale once a week on the same day, same time. True weight is right after you wake.

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