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How do I lose weight around the waist?

Hey guys,
I am trying to lose weight around my waist and its so hard to do as I am unable to do any cardio due to a recent surgery. I need something that will lose me a couple inches. Any suggestions?
I do not might trying any tonics that help lose weight also. So please let me know!

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10 Responses to “How do I lose weight around the waist?”

  1. Beth said :

    Sit ups work.

  2. pat m said :

    Bicycle riding is a good exercise to lose weight around your waist.

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  4. Laticia said :

    I always find that the best way for me to drop a few pounds, is with the help of a wonderful thing I stubled on one day. It’s called LipoSafe. I especially like it because it’s safe to use because many other diet products are filled with massive doses stimulants, which can cause the jitters, shakes, migraine headaches, nervousness, irritability and sleepless nights.
    LipoSafe is definately my choice when I’m trying to shed some pounds! Hope this helps you!

  5. mansionghost said :

    try the lil Jack workout
    its fun and easy

  6. Sarah B said :

    Here’s what I found out after lots of research and trial and error, the hard way.

    The reality is that there are no shortcuts or easy ways to get in good shape. Sorry, but someone needed to tell you this.
    As long as you get conscious about what you are doing, you will see the results.

    Below you will find the four principles that you need to keep in mind in your weight-loss journey.

    1.Forget About Diets

    People that go from diet to diet never reach a stable weight, let alone a good shape. The reason is quite simple: diets are, by their very nature, temporary. You can’t expect to eat properly for two or three weeks and fix your weight problems for the rest of the year.

    2.Proper Nutrition

    If you want to keep your weight and fat percentage under control, you will need to learn the basics of nutrition. Once you learn them, you will be able to eat healthy throughout the year.

    3.Physical Exercise

    Eating healthy and having a caloric deficit will only take you half the way. The other key factor is physical exercise.

    4.Discipline and Perseverance

    You can start eating healthy and exercising properly, but unless you stick doing it regularly, the results won’t appear (if they do, they won’t last).

    Discipline and perseverance are key here.

    If you want to Lose Weight ,I can recommend you to check out .

    It is a great program that helped me. I lose 30 pounds in two months.

  7. Rogelio S said :

    Whenever you are trying to lose weight, you should concentrate on things which all work together in providing a healthier and quicker weight loss goal for yourself.
    The next step in a good weight loss plan is always a good diet pill that can help you get to the end of the road. I have found Proactol which is a natural herbal diet pill to be the best around. It’s an appetite suppressant along with being a fat blocker which stops up to 28% of fat you eat. Proactol really works well with exercising which gives you plenty of energy to perform. Along with that your diet will be affected by Proactol due to the appetite suppressant and fat blocker. If you slip up on meals, the fat blocker kicks in. You can read an review about Proactol in The Telegraph here:
    Good luck !

  8. Tommy Tutone said :

    Don’t go on any crazy diets, they don’t work. The only thing that is important is calorie intake. Consume as many calories as you use up, unless you wish to lose weight. And do it at a slow, steady pace. For example, 1700-2000 calories a day might be a good target. Stay away from saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol and too much sugar or sodium. Despite what people say, carbs like fiber are good for you, and so is protein, which helps to develop muscle. And you can have snacks and things like that as long as it’s moderation. And if you want to be more toned on your waist to crunches, side crunches, leg lifts, planks, swivels, etc.

    The best thing for your core is running. Nothing is better than going for a 3-5 mile jog 5 days of the week. So not being able to do any cardio is going to make things more difficult for you. But just mix it up. Swimming is a great exercise, too if you can do that. There are no shortcuts or easy ways to achieve fitness. It’s a lifestyle, not a trend or a phase. It must be maintained all of the time. And it may take up only 20-30 minutes of your day if you make the time to do so. Be patient, because results aren’t immediate. And be able to motivate yourself to exercise and eat healthy.

    Dietary supplements and things like that generally do not work, so don’t bother with those. The only way to be truly fit is to make exercise a constant.

  9. ♥ Kellie ♥ said :

    As I am sure you know already, cut down on all fatty foods, drink 8 glasses of water per day, eat 5 fruit/veg per day and choose low fat options.

    You could try joining a club such as weight watchers as this will give you lots of diet plans and help you to stay motivated.

    Exercise :

    You should ‘exercise’ for a full twenty minutes at a time, five days per week to stay at a healthy weight.

    Remember, don’t over-do it and certainly don’t try to lose weight too quickly. The more quickly you do it, the more quickly you put it back on. Also, it’s not good for you to just ‘suddenly’ start exercising vigorously. Do it slowly and that way you will be able to keep it up and not put the weight back on.

    The best exercise for burning calories is cardio-aerobic. Jogging, cycling, power-walking, swimming, aerobic dancing or general aerobic workouts. However, strength-training is also important to increase muscle-fat ratio.

    Exercise does burn calories but it takes a while to lose 1 pound of weight! However, exercise is essential to maintain weight loss and maintain your body at peak efficiency.

    Thought you might find this useful:

    Type of Exercise – Calories/hour

    Sleeping 55
    Eating 85
    Sewing 85
    Knitting 85
    Sitting 85
    Standing 100
    Driving 110
    Office Work 140
    Housework, moderate 160+
    Golf, with trolley 180
    Golf, without trolley 240
    Gardening, planting 250
    Dancing, ballroom 260
    Walking, 3mph 280
    Table Tennis 290
    Gardening, hoeing etc. 350
    Tennis 350+
    Water Aerobics 400
    Skating/blading 420+
    Dancing, aerobic 420+
    Aerobics 450+
    Bicycling, moderate 450+
    Jogging, 5mph 500
    Gardening, digging 500
    Swimming, active 500+
    Cross country ski machine 500+
    Hiking 500+
    Step Aerobics 550+
    Rowing 550+
    Power Walking 600+
    Cycling, studio 650
    Squash 650+
    Skipping with rope 700+
    Running 700+

  10. Nadene Waddington said :

    I have a calorie calculator on my nutrition website, thought it would be wise to share it since it might be useful to some of your visitors. Anyway, nice website, keep up the great work.


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