Would this help me lose weight and how fast?

I was going running everyday to lose weight and it started to work but now the weather isn’t too good for it so I had to find another suitable exercise.

If I do the Mel B workout dvd (which is extremely difficult and lasts longer than most dvds) 5 days a week would I lose weight fast? Obviously I am on a low calorie diet and have been eating very healthy.

Thanks.

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7 Responses to “Would this help me lose weight and how fast?”

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  2. AnH said:

    I would go back to running if I were you. If the weather is too hot, then thats fine because you would be sweating a lot more. If its cold, wear a hoodie or a jacket with long running pants.

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  4. Jkgh said:

    Plan your meals. Look for healthy, delicious meals online or in your cookbooks, and create a menu for the week. Make sure that your meal plan reduces your total calorie intake: you’re not going to lose weight if you consume the same amount of calories by eating different foods. Make a list of what you’ll need for these meals, and — except for a few snacks, of course — don’t stray from your list when you get to the market. Planning your meals helps ensure you get a balanced diet and reduces the temptation to stop off for fast food or order a pizza. Remember, it’s easier to stick to your shopping list if you shop when you aren’t hungry.

  5. Kjkj said:

    Set realistic goals
    When making changes to your diet and exercise habits start small and set a few realistic goals. If they are realistic, you are more likely to achieve and stick with them and feel successful, which in turn boosts your self-esteem and self-confidence for ongoing success.

  6. Jgj said:

    Keep it balanced
    Make meals automatically healthy, balanced and satisfying. Half fill your plate with plenty of vegetables and salad and divide the other half between lean protein-rich foods such as lean meat, chicken, fish, pulses, Quorn or tofu and healthy carbs such as pasta, new potatoes, Basmati or brown rice.

  7. Lm said:

    Eat without distractions
    Don’t let your best efforts to control how much you eat be sabotaged by doing something else during meals. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women who ate while listening to a story on the radio ate 70 calories more than women who ate with no distractions.




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