How come everyone makes dieting so hard?
They try to make it sound simple to you saying you need to diet and exercise.
But even if you diet and exercise, you could end up not losing any or worse yet, gain weight.
Listen, the only thing any diet or exercise program is trying to do is simple. Take in less calories then you consume.
That is why diet and exercise are always lumped together.
When you diet, you bring in less calories, then when you exercise you burn more calories. Thus you are trying to reduce your total daily calories in your body.
If you are like most people you understand this concept, but the traditional low fat diet puts your body into starvation mode.
Plus your cravings for carbs increases so much that every fast food sign, donuts shop or anything that has processed carbs you think about makes your mouth drool as you try to ignore your hunger pains.
This is your body telling you are starving and you need to eat.
The cravings get so bad you figure, “If I cheat a little then I will exercise more and it will compensate for the extra calories.”
So you exercise like there is no tomorrow doing cardio.
Doing this may tip the scale in your favor, but this is not dieting, it is deprivation, torcher and downright inhumane.
Even if you experience success on this type of traditional low fat diet, how long can you keep this up trying to keep the weight from returning?
Take jogging for example. If you jog at a steady pace for an hour you will burn 398 calories.
But not everyone is into jogging especially if you are overweight or obese it can be taxing on your joints.
Here are some other options.
Cycling or biking can burn around 398 calories to 483 calories in an hour. Biking burning more than a stationary bike.
Jet Skiing can burn upwards of 398 calories in an hour plus the gas in the Jet Ski.
Walking can burn around 358 calories in an hour, but if you walk uphill with a 10 pound load in your backpack you will increase the calorie burn to around 415 calories.
In-Line Skating can be tons of fun and may burn up to 426 calories in an hour.
Aerobic dancing can burn upwards of 443 calories per hour. There are plenty of aerobics class DVD’s to follow along with.
If you are lucky enough to live by the mountains like me you can go rock climbing and burn about 454 calories per hour on your way up the rock and 284 calories per hour on your way down.
One of my favorite ways to start the day is by jumping rope which can burn up to an amazing 670 calories per hour. That is for around 100 skips per minute.
Rowing works both your back, arms and legs and may burn around 682 calories in an hour during a high intensity workout. There are many newer very effective rowers on the market that you can pack away in your closet.
Boxing the heavy and speed bag delivers a knockout blow to about 727 calories in an hour.
Kickboxing class burns around 585 calories in an hour session.
Swimming the breaststroke you burn around 585 calories per hour, backstroke 540 calories per hour, or butterfly 784 calories per hour at a moderate to vigorous pace.
Running upstairs burns almost 300 more calories than running on flat ground. That’s 852 calories per hour.
But seriously, you need to be in pretty good shape or have plenty of free time in your life to most of these especially if you are just starting out.
My point is this. Why not eliminate your cravings, eat great tasting, healthy and highly satisfying foods that may have you burning fat all day and night long?
I can teach you how to do this by following a blueprint that new studies are showing may be the healthiest and fastest weight lost program out there.
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