How quickly will I loose weight?

PLEASE don’t say it’s not healthy. I’ve been doing this for a week, and yeah i feel weak and tired but i dont care i want to lose weight. So please, just answer the question.
I work out 3 times a week, cardio for 50 min. 100 crunches , some lungess and other stuff
I eat 300-400 calories a day.
8 glasses of water

thankss!

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2 Responses to “How quickly will I loose weight?”

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  2. gr8sk8rgold said:

    You did omit to tell me your goals as for how much you wish to lose and how quickly, so I would just guess that on your current plan, you’ll lose about a pound every 5 to 7 days. You’re depriving yourself of all the nutritious and tasty foods unnecessarily. I as an athlete can tell you from experience that you can eat what you want and lose weight. You’ve just GOT TO WORK OUT, eat smaller meals every 2-1/2 to 3 hours, and watch your portion sizes. I’m sorry to inform you, but your current exercise and schedule is laughable because you’re suffering and only losing a pound a week, unnecessarily. I can lose a pound a week and eat as I want WITHOUT exercising because I have enough muscle to burn calories. You are making an effort, depriving yourself and losing the same I could with no effort. Here’s how you can change your plan and lose weight more quickly while not having to walk around feeling like you’ll faint at any moment.

    If you don’t have muscle, that is if the amount of fat in your body equals or exceeds 25%, you will not burn as many calories as you need to reach your weight loss goals. I am a figure skater, who has enough muscle to burn the calories that I put in through eating and burn the calories I need to get me through lots of exercise on and off the ice. I’m not a bulky, steroid consuming bodybuilder. If this puts it into perspective, even Michelle Kwan and Kristi Yamaguchi lift weights and maintain a great looking physique as petite champion figure skaters.

    I’d suggest that you work out every other day doing interval training and or cardio. You need to do light weight lifting every other day to build a little muscle and give your muscles a day off to rest and repair. I am a figure skater and have been skating for many years and have supplemented my knowledge by reading up on nutrition and exercise to better myself on and off the ice.

    Because each pound of pure fat contains approx. 3,500 calories, you will need to burn fat to lose weight. Also, fat takes up more space on your body than muscle and muscle does weigh more than fat. Thus, don’t weigh yourself on a scale, you’ll notice a difference in the way your clothes fit and soon you’ll need a whole new wardrobe!

    If you lose muscle which is what you’re doing on your current plan, you may lose some weight over the period of a month or two and become a skeleton, but, you will lose muscle and muscle burns more calories than fat. Once you’ve lost muscle, you’ll gain fat/weight more quickly as soon as you go back to eating a normal diet. This is how people get caught up in the gain/lose/gain treadmill and eventually gain more than what they’ve lost. I don’t want to see that happen to you.

    Eat more nutrients and calories so you won’t deprive your body of the fuel you need to get the weight off and so you won’t deprive your taste buds forcing you to binge sooner or later. You need to eat a variety of foods for the vitamins and minerals that our bodies are literally fueled by. You can get by for sometime ignoring this but then you crash and I’ve seen athletes crash. It’s ugly, painful, and sometimes deadly.

    I suggest that you do different activities to drop your weight. When you do the same exercise over and over, it becomes ineffective because your body literally acclimates and gets used to it.

    Try these on different days but always be open to new exercises such as DVD’s, etc. Also note that if you can’t squeeze in an hour of exercise or three for that matter, you can break it up over the course of a day and the weight will still come off. In fact, wherever you can fit in exercise in general, you’ll be better off. I put a star behind the most effective calorie zappers but keep in mind, each and every one of these can burn lots of calories depending on the effort YOU put in.

    *Jumping rope
    *Stair stepping
    *Running
    Walking
    *Weight lifting
    Hoola Hooping
    Sit ups, crunches, squats, lunges, and push-up circut
    Roller skate
    Ice skate
    Use an elliptical
    Swim
    Obstacle course
    Volleyball
    Raquet or handball (if you have access to a court)
    Tennis

    BEST OF LUCK TO YOU!




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