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How to lose weight fast for Army?

I have to lose weight so I can go to the Army I have to lose 137lbs to enlist. This is something I really want to do. I just got a gym membership. And I working hard at getting into shape. I would appreciate it someone could give me some pointers on reaching my goal!!!!

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10 Responses to “How to lose weight fast for Army?”

  1. crotty said :

    and dont give up

  2. Artemis said :

    Hey there, well. Like the first person said, run! it’s a great form of cardiovascular exercise.

    20-60 minutes a day.

    You need to eat healthy too, because if you’re running lots and eating garbage, you’re not going to lose any weight.

    And just keep focused and determined, and you’ll get there.

  3. qяισυѕѕ ♥ said :

    What a loser, you should join the marines ; )

    & just run!!

  4. Sricky said :

    A stationary exercise bicycle is the best way to loose weight and build stamina that you will need in the Army.
    I know people say join a gym run or swim, but they are wrong.
    all of those activities can cause injury and they provide you with a possible weather excuse not to work out that day.

    A stationary bicycle has zero impact on your joints so the chance of getting a sports injury’s is cut down by a huge percentage. It will also firm your stomach muscles much more than running and swimming.

    Start off with 10 minutes every day =70 minutes per week, then gradually work up to 15 minutes per day over the next 4-5 weeks.

    Do you know of anyone that rides a stationary bike 1:45 minutes a week that is fat ?

    Ever see a fat China man on a bike?

    You can get a good reclining stationary bicycle at Sears for less than a gym membership.

  5. Ice said :

    Good old diet and exercise is the best, healthiest, and fastest (in the long run) way. But dude, 137 lbs? Even if you lose 12 lbs/month, (3 times the healthy reccomendation), it’ll take you a year.

    You will have to DRASTICALLY change your diet, and run/jog/bike/elliptical at least 5 miles a day, 5 or 6 days per week to get there. But it is possible.

    I would recommend eggs in the morning, a ton of water throughout the day, and boneless skinless chicken breast for dinner, and almost no carbs. You will feel like hell, and will have very low energy, but stay with it. You’re going to really have to want that goal, since I suspect you’re trying to do it in much less than a year. And honestly, losing that amount of weight, I would HIGHLY recommend consulting with a nutrition/fitness expert (nutritionist or DOCTOR, not a 24hr. fitness trainer..), who can work out a medically safe diet/exercise regimen within your timeframe. You won’t be joining the army if you have a heart attack on the treadmill.

    Good luck buddy, get a network of FIT friends that are willing to help motivate you when you burn out.

  6. Fewrgw said :

    While more and more restaurants are offering low-carb friendly menu items, many of them are still not ideal low-carb fare. There are many recipes for quick and easy meals that you can prepare yourself at home. Try to do this as often as possible.
    If you cook your own foods, you know exactly what the contents are and you will be able to better control for hidden sugar and otherwise processed foods.
    Another benefit is the cost savings over the long run. Even if you must go to the grocery store more often, you will save a significant amount per meal as opposed to eating at restaurants and fast food establishments.
    It will also be easier to maintain your diet with your own favorite fresh food selections on hand.

  7. Qwer said :

    Having food storage containers of various sizes on hand will make it so much easier for you to plan your meals and snacks. When you buy nuts, fruits and vegetables in bulk you can simply prepare, separate and store them for easy use later.
    For instance, you can pre-slice your apples and snack on them over several days. Simply cut them, rinse them in pineapple or lemon juice and store. This will make a quick and easy snack for later.
    Fix your lunch and take it with you to work. Better yet, fix your lunch and 2 snacks for work.

  8. First said :

    Choose fresh fruit to processed fruits. Processed and canned fruits do not have as much fiber as fresh fruit and processed and canned fruits are nearly always sweetened.
    Increase your fiber intake. Like I mentioned, the body needs a lot of fiber. So try to include in your diet as many fruits and vegetables as you can.

  9. Gvcew said :

    Watch what you eat. Keep a watchful eye on every thing that goes in. Sometimes the garnishes can richer than the food itself. Accompaniments too can be very rich. Remember that it is the easiest thing in the world to eat something without realizing that it was something that you should not have eaten. Selective memory you know’

  10. Fdnh said :

    Fix times to have meals and stick to it. Try to have food at fixed times of the day. You can stretch these times by half an hour, but anything more than that is going to affect your eating pattern, the result will either be a loss of appetite or that famished feeling which will make you stuff yourself with more than what is required the next time you eat.


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