Socrates (via childrenofthetao)
genius words, words of a genius…
Sorry, my mistake…. 4-5 days a week… :D I didn’t have enough time to re-read it before I posted. Thanks for pointing it out, and asking about it. I’ll fix it so that it doesn’t confuse anyone. ;)
And sure… ask away, any time :*
Ok, so… It’s great that you eat veggies, and meat and fruits. Sweets on special occasions, good. You will be needing to add 3 l of water a day to all that. That’s a must if you want your body working smoothly and in your favor. And when it comes to sweets, I just want to tell you that homemade and natural are always a better choice.
Running is a great thing…It got me trough my first 22 lbs (10 kg). I fell in love with it. Jumping rope got me trough the next 11 lbs (5 kg)… tho I have made a bit of a pause, what you get off by eating healthy (not dieting,because dieting was the one thing that messed up my immune system, and I mean messed up) and working out, you keep off.
So I lost my first 30 lbs last year and got seriously injured, and got 40 back, because I couldn’t move at all…not even an inch from my bed. And this year January, I started again and got 30 lbs down. So, I know a lot about timing, and with the info you gave me…If you were to work as I told you (4-5 days a week first 4 weeks, then 5-6 the next 4 weeks, and stayed on 6 days from that), doing cardio and (I don’t even have to highlight this, but just in case) weight training, you could probably lose 25 kg in a year…. but we all have our ups and downs… so, 15 kg would be great too. Your body is a work in progress so it’s ok for this to last longer as long as you are healthy, and are losing the weight healthy.
Tip: To help your weight loss, cut your bread consumption, lose the sodas (cola, pepsi, etc. you get that part), lose the unhealthy snacks(take popcorn when your really feel like snacking, but don’t over do them ether), you’ve already cut out sweets pretty much and that’s good, and no alcohol because it takes all of your body’s water, and it’s jut unnecessary (empty) calories.
Don’t forget water, read about weight loss and nutrition, it will help you a ton.
And in case you need some extra exercise ideas: Fitness Blender
Any time :***
It all depends on how much you weight, how fast you run, intervals or a full run, what’s your diet….I really can’t say anything on this little data because I will go wrong somewhere, for sure. Write me a msg in more detail, so I can help you more ;) And an advice, don’t start with ”every day”, because you want your body to get used to moving, first. Start 4-5 first 4 weeks then 5-6 days a week next 4 weeks…. and stay on 6. :)