i really want to lose weight but it seems like everytime i start a good workout plan be it walking or weight-lifting i don't keep it going more than a week. This past summer i played football all summer and before i went i had to get a physical i was 256 and five months later i never gained nor lost i was still 256. now here it is may and ive gained 40 pounds since october im 6'3 and 296 but if you see me i look 215 but im not so i really need some advice before i hit 300 because after i do that im gone loose it ( and i dont mean the weight)has anything worked out there that yall want to share. Because its really taking hold of me
Find something you love. If you love it, you'll do it every chance you get. But if you look at it like a "Work out Plan" or "Exercise" you might be less likely to actually go out and do it like you should, but if you love it and you look at it like you're gonnna go have some fun, then you are more likely to keep it up and always do it. Also, you have to feel like it's time to do it. You have to wake up one morning and think "This is the morning" and just start doing it!
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You need a partner. The best motivation you get can get (second only to seeing your results) is from a partner you can work with. Find a mate, or a sibling who wants to lose weight and push each other. On the days they're down, you drag them out, and they'll return the favour for you.
helmsman is exactly right
you want to lose weight?
IF energy used > energy intake THEN WEIGHTLOSS
you have to eat right, and workout how you like.
do some research to find out how to burn the most energy and raise your metabolism.
a partner would be great to keep you motivated
I have the same issue. I think a workout partner is a great idea, but a motivated one. Like Helms said, u have to be motivated yourself.
I just quit smoking on Saturday and I'm on a path to lose weight also. I've started riding my bike to work (12 miles round trip)...Hey, it's something. At home, I'm doing elevated push ups and ab routines, and when I find some bars, I do dips and Pull ups. You should strive to be able to manipulate your own body weight when exercising, as in with pull ups or push ups, no matter how much you weigh. Best of luck.