Im really fat and I want to find a way to lose some weight……?

I want to lose alot of weight very fast… I was wondering if i do at least 200 situps, at least 30-50 pushups do some dumbbell exercises will i be able to lose weight quickly??? and if so how long will it take for me to see the results?

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6 Responses to “Im really fat and I want to find a way to lose some weight……?”

  1. i'llplaythebluesforyou said:

    its not about how many sit ups or push ups you do. thats not going to make you lose weight…its your diet. you need to do cardio too. if you run every day for a half hour and eat less than you are now you will lose weight. dont think by doing sit ups your going to get a flat stomach.. you should still do them but its all about diet and cardio to lose weight

  2. wayne m said:

    hear is some help for you mate eat a grape fruit in the morn and one at night it will brake down the fat content in your diet and stored and you will lose weight

  3. Phillip B said:

    If your fat, you can’t do 3 pushups and I bet you can’t do 3 situps. you need to diet and start out by walking.

  4. Miami Lilly said:

    The push ups, and sit ups are great, but if you don’t know how to eat properly it will take forever to lose weight. Push ups and sit ups build muscle (in your arms and abs) but you need to burn the fat that lays over your muscles. You need to start a cardio exercise program, like walking, jogging, biking, etc. Keep up your heart rate for 25 minutes, and you’ll start burning your pre existing fat.

    Now for diet. You need to cut back on calories. That means watching your portion sizes, eating plenty of vegetables, fruit, whole grains, and lean meats and dairy. Make sure your carbs are complex ones, and throw out all the junk food and soda. Start drinking water. Even juice is full of sugar.

  5. Bill F said:

    If you are really fat the first and most important thing for you to do is get your eating under control. It is the one thing that you didn’t mention in your intended regime.
    I was not really fat, but was way too heavy. I had to set some goals and stick to them. It was hard because eating is an ingrained habit that is very hard to control. I decided on some things that I would do. Not things that I wouldn’t do. I threw out ALL junk food. I watched TV without eating anything. I only ate before 6 pm. Most importantly I stopped drinking soda. I did not deprive myself, I just made sure that I paid strict attention to what I was eating and I always stopped before eating anything to ask myself out loud if I was eating because I was hungry or if I was eating out of habit. I tried to not eat solid food at least one day a week.It is impossible to make up the next day what you didn’t eat the day before.When I went to Micky D’s I only ordered one burger and no fries. I completely stopped super sizing. I never ate anything unless I put it on a plate so that I could see how much I was eating. I chewed each bite 100 times and tried to make a meal last at least 15 minutes. I am not good at exercise so I knew better than to set exercise goals that I knew I wouldn’t keep. It is important to know that it takes 21 days to set or break a habit, so you should decide what habits you want to change and do the same thing every day for at least 23 days. Mark it off on a calendar. I bought a new scale that shows weight in pounds and tenths of pounds.It shows when you have lost as little as one tenth of a pound and that feels really good. I weighed myself every day, sometimes after I ate anything to see how much weight I was carrying. I started losing weight the first day and it came off fast, some days as much as a pound. By weighing yourself often you can see your progress and make immediate corrections as needed. I lost 40 pounds in a little over 3 months. By continueing the daily weigh ins I have maintined without regaining for 4 months. The old habits and cravings creep up on me often (I love ice cream and chips) and I have to stop myself and ask if I want to weigh and look like I used to.
    You have asked about excessive exercises and if they will work. The short answer is yes, those things will work, but it will be very hard to continue doing them for an extended period of time. Eating is something that you will continue doing for the rest of your life so it is the thing that you should learn to control. Your goal should not be so much to lose a lot of weight fast, but to become as healthy as you can as fast as you can. When you do lose a significant amount of weight you will automatically become healthy and you will not believe what it will do for your self esteem. Good luck, I am rooting for you.

  6. Sarah <33 said:

    just eat better.


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