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What is a really good weight loss diet program?

I want to get a head start on weight loss for the new year. I don’t have a lot of extra time, so an online program would be best for me. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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3 Responses to “What is a really good weight loss diet program?”

  1. psu said :

    Try to eat some health bars for snack, instead of the usual, chips or cookies. These bars taste good, and are much more healthy for you. Also when you are home try to move around more then just watch the tv or sit at the computer. This will burn calories just by moving around, and im sure that wont tire you out. After you try that for a few weeks, a mostly likely lose a few pounds. Try running on a elliptical, and increase your time/distance every time you run on it. This should work well.
    Also try out the site i have attached, it should help you out
    Good luck and hope i helped!

  2. Shanin said :

    There is this great website that helps you find the best weight loss programs. There are quizes, blogs, forums, websites, and much more that will help you. There is an awesome support group.

  3. masterbrowser said :

    Weight Training Tip #1: Goal Setting

    Inch-by-inch life is a sinch. Yard-by-yard life is hard. Treat your goal setting the same way. Do not expect to be on the cover of Men’s Health by next summer. Decide how much muscle weight you wish to achieve in three months. Six months and one year. Decide where you wish to finish and work backwards. If you wish to gain 50 pounds by the end of the year, than create a game plan that allows to gain at least one pound per week.

    Weight Training Tip #2: Commitment

    The only reason you will fail is if you are not truly committed to your goals. Do your homework and find a weight training program ideal for your specific goals and situation. Study the program fully prior to commencing. Comprehend every detail of the program and if you don’t, contact the author of the program to ensure you have no excuse to misunderstand or perform the workout incorrectly. After you chosen a program, take responsibility for your decision and follow it to it’s full completion. Do not try it out for three weeks and than say, “It’s not working…” and try another program. This will create a failures attitude and begin the deadly bad habit of program hopping

    Weight Training Tip #3: Education

    How much do you really know about building muscle? Let’s put it this way, if you had to teach someone else how to transform their body in the next twelve weeks, could you help them? Never mind, could you transform your body in the next twelve weeks? If not, you probably do not know enough about how your body works from a training, nutrition and recovery stand point. Order a book, visit a reputable website and find out everything you must know, about proper weight training, before you start the guessing game.

    Weight Training Tip #4: Proper Technique

    You wouldn’t try and drill your teeth? You wouldn’t try and do your own taxes? You wouldn’t try and fix your own car? Assuming you have no expertise in dentistry, accounting or automotive repairs. So why would you try and teach yourself proper weight training technique? It boggles my mind why so many people across North America sign up for a gym membership and jeopardize the health of their tendons, ligaments and joints with the attitude of “I think I’ll try it on my own,” or “My friend is going to teach me,” or “I am self taught from watching others…” Do not be cheap and leave your ego at the door and hire a reputable fitness trainer who can teach you proper weight training technique.

    Weight Training Tip #5: Progression

    I’ll say this again. Inch-by-inch life is a sinch. Yard-by-yard life is hard. Approach each workout with this attitude. Your bench press does not need to go up twenty pounds in the first week. But just imagine your bench press went up consistently 2.5-5 pounds every week for the next year? That would some serious muscular and strength gains! Your goal is to simply out do yourself from workout-to-workout, week-to-week. Whether you do one extra rep, one extra set, a extra 2.5 pounds or a shorter rest period, these are are measurable signs of weight training progress.


    Make your weight training life easy by starting with the the above weight training tips and look forward to a rewarding and fruitful adventure in the gym.


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