Importance of Exercise

previous topic · next topic
Hoffner

Joined: Apr 13
Posts: 57

      quote  
Posted: 27 May 2013, 05:47
I need somebody out there to remind me everyday how important exercise is in losing weight. My body wants to take the easy way out and just do nothing, while my mind knows the truth. To lose wt. the amount of calories burned must be greater than those consumed! I guess writing this has helped me...ready to go walk those 6,000 steps to fitness.
Spacey47

Joined: Apr 12
Posts: 916

      quote  
Posted: 27 May 2013, 05:56
Hoffner wrote:
I need somebody out there to remind me everyday how important exercise is in losing weight..


You will not succeed by relying on others to motivate you
especially in the long term

you will probably not succeed if you just want to lose weight

you will ONLY succeed when you make a lifestyle change to being healthier which includes eating healthier most of the time and exercising on a regular basis
Champers9

Joined: Feb 13
Posts: 66

      quote  
Posted: 27 May 2013, 06:00
I think you will find the results will be encouraging enough. Those 6000 steps might seem hard right now but keep aware of how you improve. How long does it take you to do those steps now? How long in 2 weeks time? How tiring is it now? How much easier in two weeks? How quickly do 6k steps become too short a walk and you are looking for more? That hill you avoid...... how long before you are attempting it? Then how many times do you need to stop and how quickly your 'stopping' reduces. Ok Ok.... I love the benefits of walking. Just keep your eye out for your improvements.......
eKatherine

Joined: Aug 12
Posts: 1,286

      quote  
Posted: 27 May 2013, 12:17
Find something you like to do that also qualifies as exercise, something you like so much you would do it even if it didn't count. Doing some sort of exercise you don't like only to make you lose weight is a weak point that could give you more excuses to give up.



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

BMR with activity factor
“Technically” yes. 1400 calories is a good number for you to start with. We don’t know how much you actually burn. The number FS gives you is approximation and it tends to be on the high side. Still with ...
by Ingria on 21 Apr 18 04:49 PM
Calories
You are very welcome. I'm glad you got the answer to your question.
by teskandar on 21 Apr 18 04:02 PM
Carbs
How many carbs do you need aday
by nanapapyll82 on 21 Apr 18 09:57 AM
Cholesterol
Why do you think cholesterol *in your diet* is to high? My understanding is that your body produces 75% of the cholesterol and 25% comes diet, and that if you raise or lower your cholesterol intake, your ...
by HardDaysKnight on 21 Apr 18 06:31 AM
Can Antibiotics Kill Ketosis
Rapid results when you begin keto is because of the initial water weight loss. You're no longer using glucose so when you lose the glycogen stores, you lose the bound up water that comes with it. ...
by Diablo360x on 21 Apr 18 06:03 AM