Have a twinkie, snapperhead
- Sep 17, 2015
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- NY Yankees, Glenelg Adelaide Giants
As others have said its about discipline. In general eat healthier and exercise more. You don't have to run marathons or eat just lettuce but its about eating healthier than what you are currently and moving more than you currently are.
If you have a bad day eating wise, then make sure the next 2-3 days are extra healthy.
The problem is most people 'want' to lose weight, but most people don't want to sacrifice anything to get there. It may mean you don't have fish n chips every Friday but now once a month, stop eating dessert every night. It may mean you don't watch family feud and go for a walk instead, don't drive to the local shop, walk there etc.
That's exactly right, we did hardly any exercise last week due to the missus being unwell, but we kept up our healthy eating and we both still managed to lose weight, no cheat days yet, but i think we will start to incorporate them in once a week
We eat alot healthier and have smaller portions and has made a big difference, for the first time in about atleast 10 years i've dropped under 100kg