Is there a creative way to lose weight fast for a 13 year old girl?

I’m 13 , I weight 156.53 pounds , I’m 5 feet and I hate exercising I get bored so easily so I would like to know if there’s any other easy creative way to lose weight pleaseeeee help.

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11 Responses to “Is there a creative way to lose weight fast for a 13 year old girl?”

  1. Sam Mccally said:

    im 13 and im 83 pounds male…

  2. Lewis said:

    Chase wild pokemon ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. aperson said:

    First get some glue and a plate. Use the glue to make a picture on the plate. It could be a smiley face, or a kitty. Then get some glitter and sprinkle it on. Once you’ve done this to all your plates you’ll have nothing to eat on.

  4. Zom-bee said:

    -Go to the library and check out memoirs of people who have lost weight and kept it off. While you’re at it, check out books about fitness and nutrition.

    -Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day. Replace sodas with a glass of water.

    -Try your best to get 8-10 hours of sleep.

    -Eat healthy fats from nuts, seeds and olive oil, and high-fiber foods such as vegetable salads and whole-grain pastas.
    Cut out unhealthy fat foods from your diet. Eat smaller, more frequent meals. This way, your body starts to increase its metabolism so that calories are burned faster. Also, mini-meals can prevent overeating.

    -Start exercising. Exercise first thing in the morning and get it over with. Go for a thirty minute walk at the park with a friend to keep you motivated. Reward yourself for exercising. You can reward yourself every time you exercise, but make sure your reward is something that you’ll look forward to, something that will inspire you to exercise.

    Good luck!

  5. Sucher said:

    1. First start by getting up earlier than usual. Around 5:30 AM to do some of you workouts. Getting up early shocks your metabolism because the body needs more energy to get going. Right? This will start your system on the road to weight loss. That early start with about 10 minutes of stretching. Have a cup of coffee to get the blood going also.

    2. Do all the sit-ups you can. Just do them. 15 or 20 whatever, we don’t have a lot of time to work with. Rest 1 minute repeat, do this for 6 sets. Already you are breathing hard and feel worn, because the body is working extra hard at being up earlier and then going right into exercise. If the early morning hour lets you get your cardio in, go ahead and do it. 30 minutes.

    3. Diet. Cut all current meal portions in half, just cut them in half, nothing fancy or complicated, CUT IN HALF! Cut out all bread products, all gravies, candies, chips, night snacks, etc. If you crave at night eat a banana, other fruit or best a non-fat yogurt. There are some tasty ones out there.

    4. In the evening do another 6 sets of sit-ups maxing out each set. Cardio again. The trick is to stay with getting up earlier. Yes itโ€™s hard, thatโ€™s why it is so effective. Why do you think the Army gets up so early, it is intense training to the max.

  6. mtao mtao said:

    the cruel way, give yourself really high pressure

  7. Limohnh Jkhf said:

    Eat slowly and calmly. Put your fork or spoon down between every bite. Sip water frequently. Intersperse your eating with stories for your dining partner of the amusing things that happened during your day. Your brain lags your stomach by about 20 minutes when it comes to satiety (fullness) signals. If you eat slowly enough, your brain will catch up to tell you that you are no longer in need of food.

  8. wsagfc cxgg said:

    Eat only when you hear your stomach growling. It’s stunning how often we eat out of boredom, nervousness, habit, or frustration — so often, in fact, that many of us have actually forgotten what physical hunger feels like. Next time, wait until your stomach is growling before you reach for food. If you’re hankering for a specific food, it’s probably a craving, not hunger. If you’d eat anything you could get your hands on, chances are you’re truly hungry.

  9. Bncbn Xvbx said:

    State the positive. You’ve heard of a self-fulfilling prophecy? Well, if you keep focusing on things you can’t do, like resisting junk food or getting out the door for a daily walk, chances are you won’t do them. Instead (whether you believe it or not) repeat positive thoughts to yourself. “I can lose weight.” “I will get out for my walk today.” “I know I can resist the pastry cart after dinner.” Repeat these phrases like a mantra all day long. Before too long, they will become their own self-fulfilling prophecy.

  10. Frist Suner said:

    Discover your dietary point of preference. If you work hard to control your weight, you may get pleasure from your appearance, but you may also feel sorry for yourself each time you forgo a favorite food. There is a balance to be struck between the immediate gratification of indulgent foods and the long-term pleasure of maintaining a desirable weight and good health. When you have that balance worked out, you have identified your own personal dietary pleasure “point of preference.” This is where you want to stay.
    PLUS: 6 Easy Ways to Follow the Mediterranean Diet

  11. Hjhgf Gfffch said:

    Eat equal portions of vegetables and grains at dinner. A cup of cooked rice or pasta has about 200 calories, whereas a cup of cooked veggies doles out a mere 50 calories, on average, says Joan Salge Blake, R.D., clinical assistant professor of nutrition at Boston University’s Sargent College. To avoid a grain calorie overload, eat a 1:1 ratio of grains to veggies. The high-fiber veggies will help satisfy your hunger before you overeat the grains.




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