Make a Good Weight-Losing Plan for the Year

By on March 28, 2013

Many people are not rational enough in making out their plan for losing weight or keeping fit. As the statistics suggest, January is one of the peak periods during a year in which a lot of people apply for a membership in a gym or fitness the club, and February, interestingly, is one of the peak periods where the same group of people chooses to quit their fitness programs. At any rate, it is common for human beings to rashly decide upon something and then give it up halfway as they have lost both interest and motivation along the course.

In this light, to make a good plan for a whole year as to how to train the body and keep fit is of great significance. A good plan can not only maintain our zeal throughout the entire year but also is more efficient in helping us losing weight and keep fit. The following tips will help you make a good yearly plan for your keep-fit training.

1. Make Period Goals And Give Yourself Period Rewards.

When you are making a long-term losing weight plan, patience is what counts the most. Do not ever think of losing 10 pound weight within only a week or a month; that is simply impossible. It is a slow process demanding high dedication and perseverance. Therefore, to make the process easier, try to set a few period goals for yourself and when they are successfully met, give yourself a few rewards, e.g. a coat you have desired to buy for long, a new bicycle, etc. That would make the process full of sweet expectations.

2. Each Time You Train Yourself, Do Not Make That Too Long.

It is not a good idea to exercise your body painstakingly for hours and then rest the following several days. That would not be an efficient way to losing weight. Instead, each time when you train yourself, make the experience short, usually not longer than one hour. And you should increase the frequency of such short training, for example every other day. Also, do not stick to one type of training and try to make it diversified so that it can be more enjoyable. That will further help train the different parts of your body.

3. Keep To A Low-Fat Diet.

Fat is the biggest enemy to losing weight. No matter how much you train yourself, if you frequently eat cakes, potato chips, different kinds of meat, etc., all your hard work would be wasted. Also, high-fat diet will result in many diseases when you grow old. Therefore, to make your yearly plan more effective, try to restrain yourself from eating high-fat foods.

This article is written by  Crystal a health and fitness blogger for Mary Szela, a Graduate from University of Illinois working as a Pharmaceutical executive

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