Managing weight gain is peculiar puzzle for many as though they possess the desire and possibly the willpower, modern day lifestyle habits are a ‘recipe’ for poor health. This makes the problem of weight management quite complicated for some but in-fact best addressed by establishing small positive daily lifestyle habits.
By entrenching positive habits systematically into your life over a three week period they will become engrained in your daily approach. The 'trick', if you will, is building a stream of habits that are compliance friendly and allows the individual a sense of accomplishment each day.
The following habits, once very common in our world but now seemingly lost, can be implemented with relative ease and have a pronounced effect upon weight loss goals.
Six steps to weight loss:
Step 1 – be active. Upon rising and prior to breakfast, perform a moderate amount of exercise. Whether that is chopping wood, performing maintenance functions in the home, basic mobility work and bodyweight callisthenics, moderate exercise upon rising and on an empty stomach is the fast track to weight loss. The following routine is perfect for home use http://usplabsdirect.com/blog/usplabs-iron-day-lose-weight-and-get-fit-in-your-home-gym.html
Step 2 – morning tonic and Green Tea. Consume a morning tonic of warm water, non-pasteurised honey (local sources) and a ¼ slice of lemon. Enjoy a cup of Green Tea whilst making breakfast.
Step 3 – enjoy a healthy breakfast. Ignore sections of the grocery store of packaged goods and cereals and stick with tried and true measures. Start with porridge | oatmeal (or millet), with a spoonful of almond or peanut butter, farm fresh eggs, fruit (i.e. berries and avocado are a tremendous choice), water and coffee (black as always).
Step 4 – supplement accordingly to your exercise goals. This will be reflected in the above matters, such as consuming Modern during exercise and Anabolic Pump prior to meals that are greater in carbohydrates.
Step 5 – choose passive exercise. Exercising isn’t merely 'what you do in the gym' but choosing to go for walks, commuting to work or store by bicycle rather than a car if possible but otherwise being more active.
Step 6 – be patient. Slow the length of your meals. Talk with friends or family and be patient. 'This' is not a race to the end and if you rush through your meals you will lose out not only on your health but might get to that ‘end’ quicker. Think about that for a bit.
Prepared by John Davies
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