ANY FITNESS TRAINERS, NUTRITIONIST, PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST WEIGHT FAST, OR JUST ANYBODY?? EDITED QUESTION!!?

Hi i am 14 years old, a guy. i weight about 128 pounds and i am about (height) 5.10. I want to lose like 10 or 15 pounds really fast! i stopped eating junk food and i don’t drink soda. I like to be very active ( i ride my bike for like 30 min. a day and at school i like to do P.E. a lot). I want some tips on how lose the pounds and a routine or any exercise that will help me! I will try any thing that you people tell me to! Thanks!!

P.S. I want to start to get a six pack in about 2 or 3 months thats why i want to lose all that weight

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4 Responses to “ANY FITNESS TRAINERS, NUTRITIONIST, PEOPLE WHO HAVE LOST WEIGHT FAST, OR JUST ANYBODY?? EDITED QUESTION!!?”

  1. Mike said:

    in order for you to get a six pack diet is really important
    you should eat a diet rich in protein and moderate in carbs, and exercise is essential
    you dont want to lose 10-20 pound because based on your height and weight you’ll turn anorexic and the pounds you will lose will be in MUSCLE not fat
    so basics eat a good diet exercise and the results will come

  2. Senve said:

    Be realistic. Don’t expect a miracle. Healthy weight loss can be achieved fairly quickly, but you’ll need to be patient. In addition, be sure to set realistic goals. Make sure that the weight you’re trying to reach is a healthy weight for you, and keeping in mind that gaining pounds of muscle will help you lose fat, be trimmer, and look better even though you don’t actually lose any weight. Your goal should be a healthy body, not a number of pounds! Everyone looks good at a different weight. A short person may look really good at about 112 pounds, but a person of a taller height would just look unhealthy. Keep yourself at a weight that makes you look good, not at a number that sounds good.

  3. Six said:

    Healthy eating and understanding food
    Do you know which foods are the best to eat? In general, a healthy diet consists of foods high in starchy carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables, but low in fat, sugar, alcohol, and salt. Can you list several common foods that are in each category? It may take some effort and reading to become familiar with this. Your practice nurse or dietician will have leaflets that list foods in each category. Another leaflet in this series called ‘Healthy Eating’ gives more details. Also, many books on food and health give these details.
    Top tip – low-fat foods are generally best. But remember, some low-fat foods and drinks are high in calories, such as alcohol, sugary drinks, and sweets.

  4. Time said:

    Physical activity
    If you are able, aim to do at least 60-90 minutes of moderate physical activity on at least five days a week. (All adults should aim for at least 30 minutes on five days a week. However, 60-90 minutes is recommended if you are overweight or obese and are aiming to lose weight.) Moderate physical activity includes: brisk walking, jogging, dancing, swimming, badminton, tennis, etc. In addition, try to do more in your daily routines. For example, use stairs instead of lifts, walk or cycle to work or school, etc. See separate leaflet called ‘Physical Activity for Health’ for details.
    Top tip – If you are not used to physical activity, try starting with a 30 minute brisk walk every day and then building up from there.




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