Can suicides help lose weight fast outside in the heat? Im 166lbs 15yrs old, male?

Suicides as in the basketball suicides.Plus im gonna wear a stomach wrap to help me lose my stomach fat

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5 Responses to “Can suicides help lose weight fast outside in the heat? Im 166lbs 15yrs old, male?”

  1. Don M said:

    No, it’s stupid, and so are stomach wraps.

    If you’re lucky you’ll lose a lot of water, faint from heat exhaustion, and somebody will pick you up before you hallucinate your way into a busy intersection.

    If you want to run in the heat, you have to work up to it starting in the spring.

    If you want to run intervals, you have to work up to both the time and distance involved. And it doesn’t prove or IMprove squat to only run like hell. Intervals can help build your ability to run faster at a lower heart rate, but if you are in bad condition they can do more damage than good. Work up your distances and your heat tolerance first.

    If you want to lose weight, cut the carbs in your diet and eat whole, healthy foods like fruits and vegetables, and not crap that you have to take out of a wrapper.

    Good luck

  2. Andrew said:

    Don is right. You will lose alot of water, because you will sweat like youve never sweat before. Get the diet into order. Doesnt matter what workout you do, if you eat like crap youre doomed before you ever tie your shoes. Check into HIIT (high intensity interval training).

  3. Ceshi said:

    Hang a mirror opposite your seat at the table. One study found that eating in front of mirrors slashed the amount people ate by nearly one-third. Seems having to look yourself in the eye reflects back some of your own inner standards and goals, and reminds you of why you’re trying to lose weight in the first place.

  4. Ghdfgd Dgdf said:

    Patterns are good. Once you’ve found your workout groove, do your best to stick with it. Exercise no less than three times a week for 40 – 60 minutes each time, but don’t feel the “need” to do it more than five times over a seven day period. Your body will likely appreciate a burn-off in the morning more, but if you need to relieve stress in the evening – don’t be afraid to adjust your workout schedule accordingly. Schedule making and keeping are important for other areas of your life as well.

  5. Killy Smith said:

    Bring balance to the force. If you eat the same foods over and over again, you’re going to get bored – unless they’re foods you really, really like. Feel free to change it up – keep your tongue happy. Balance carbs with proteins with fats, though. If you have more of one nutrient for one meal, try more of another nutrient for the next. And for heaven’s sake, don’t just shop in the “diet” section of the store. You can still (likely) eat the same things you’ve always eaten, just not so much of them at any one time.




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