How long will it take to start losing weight?

I have recently started gym classes to get the perfect figure for summer but i do not know how long it will take to lose the weight.
Monday – Freestyle Yoga
Tuesday – Body Step
Thursday – Body balance
Saturday – Body pump
Sunday – Body Combat

I am 5ft 9″ and i weigh about 62kg
I would like to be 54kg by the end of this

How long will it take to reach this weight?

Help is much appreciated.

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6 Responses to “How long will it take to start losing weight?”

  1. Amateras said:

    Hi !

    About 3 weeks to see results.

  2. Jojo C said:

    it all depends on how many calories you burn!
    Because 1lb=3500calories!
    So if you burn 3500 calories every week that you will lose 1-2 lbs of FAT every week!
    Remember,
    dont try to lose more than that per week because you will be losing muscle too!

  3. Live 4 life Cena. said:

    Eat more! Don’t be fooled because the article is referring to more of healthy, low-fat foods rather than junk food. Junk food can range from burgers to those cookies that you always bought! Adding a lot of vegetables and fruits to your diet will help you. Also, drinking bouillon, a Haitian soup, made with filtered water will help you feel full.

    BasketballExercise every day! This could be the most difficult step to follow. But what you can do is actually start slowly then steady increase the amount of exercise. For example, today you will walk for 10 minutes, repeat this for the whole week. For the next week, double your workload. You may get leaner that way! The important thing is to get your heart rate up and start, now!
    Feed your temptations once in a while. Go ahead and have that donut or slice of pizza, but before you do, drink a few glasses of water and eat a bowl of raw veggies such as cucumbers, celery, carrots, and tomatoes. They will fill you up and you will have very little room to eat the “junk” food.

    Scrumptious!Consume things that have no calories. There are two things you eat and drink that contain no calories: water and fiber. The more of these you get into your diet, the better off you will be. For example, you can eat a pound of mixed salad greens with assorted raw vegetables (carrots, red cabbage, celery, broccoli, onion, etc.) with a low or no-calorie salad dressing and only have eaten 100-150 calories. This is because of the high water and fiber content of the salad and low calorie dressing. Also, eat lots of celery. It has only 8 calories, but amazingly, it takes more than 8 calories to digest it. So, you actually BURN calories by eating celery! It’s not much, about 2 calories per 8 inch stalk, but it sure doesn’t hurt.
    Avoid sodas as much as possible. Instead, drink flavored water or unsweetened iced tea.
    Take broth-based soups. They are a relatively low in calories. A commerically-available ready to eat “chicken and stars” soup may only have 80 calories for 1 serving, much less than diet “meal shakes” or nutrition bars.

    These may help you.Practice good eating habits. Always use utensils and sit at the table. This stops you from eating precariously. Eating with your hands will mean that you take in more food in one scoop. Don’t forget to eat slowly and stop when you’re full. Similar to the above step, if you can’t stop, drink up! Maybe your body is thirsty and hungry no more! Also, you can do any other chores (other than eating). For instance, go shopping, or play badminton with your friend, or play games on the computer!
    Spread out your diet! Eat more small chunks of meals, rather than 3 big meals. If you eat 100-150 calories or so every two hours, your body stays in a higher-metabolism digesting mode. This allows you to burn more calories than eating just 3 meals a day.[1]

    Source(s):
    http://centerformedicalweightloss.com/la
    http://www.smallstep.gov/?gclid=CIqXsZjb
    http://exercise.about.com/cs/weightloss/
    http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/200
    http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/health_advice

  4. Tim said:

    You may never reach this weight because you haven’t told us what you eat.
    The exercises you’re doing are more lax, so if you’re eating a whole bunch of garbage and doing those, you will probably never lose the weight.
    If you are on a healthy diet plan and doing these exercises it may take about 8 weeks to start seeing results.
    It really depends on what your diet and exercise plan was before also.

  5. resistnzisfutl said:

    Under ideal circumstances when the diet and exercise routines are properly programmed, for sedentary individuals just starting it takes approximately four weeks for catabolising lipolysis (fat burning) to begin. Water weight loss is immediate which accounts for why many individuals notice fast weight loss on crash, fad or ketogenic diets. Muscle weight loss can occur within two weeks of crash diets as the body will consume muscle if the caloric intake is too low or there isn’t enough protein in the diet.

    As mentioned before, the body can only burn bodyfat at a maximum rate of two pounds per week (approximately 1 kg). That is human physiology and cannot be changed. Any more than that is a combination of muscle, water and fat loss. So it really depends on what is actually lost to determine how long it will take to lose 8 kg, in water weight it won’t take long at all, for bodyfat it will take longer. This is why it’s so important to have your bodyfat tested regularly as this is the only way to accurately determine what is actually being lost.

    Cheers!

  6. crazycow said:

    don’t know-you never said what you eat!




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