How To Lose Weight Fast Naturally – When we talk about losing weight, trust me, it’s not just about physical thing; it’s about your mind, your optimism, your determination, and at the end of the day, it’s about your faith to do it. Here are some tips on how to lose weight fast naturally.
- Do things for yourself
Everything you do in order in losing weight, shouldn’t come from an external force or drive. Instead of saying, “I’m losing weight for my lover”, no, it should be, “I’m losing weight because my heart is in bad shape and I may end up in hospital and never achieve my dreams anymore”. After that, the rest of your reasons can be external drives. If you go based on external drives only, what happen when those external drives don’t exist anymore? Say, if you broke up, and end up losing the only reason why you work out. Are you going to quit? Decide why you are doing something for yourself. It’s too easy to say I’m doing it for myself. Yes, everyone can said so. But, its better if you can write it down. For example, I’m doing this because of my heart, my kidney, or for my health.
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- Don’t go extreme
I’m eager to have my ideal weight. I want to look slim, beauty, like a model. So, I start to work out a bit extreme. I worked out seven days a week, exhausted myself then mentally got tired and was unable to keep it up for the rest of time. I’ve also gone too minimal, thinking, Hey chill and the body will take of itself. The body will take care of itself only so far because time, gravity and calories decide they’re going to start over.
How To Lose Weight Fast Naturally
- Continue to drink water before, during and after workouts
When you feel thirsty, it means you’re already dehydrated. And if you’re dehydrated then your cells aren’t going to be burning fat or holding on to fat – if you need that – as much as they should be and your muscles can’t work as best as they can. Dehydration can even cause a switch in your personality. If you’re dehydrated, you can demonstrate more anger and agitation.