The first step for healthy weight loss is to create some sort of weight loss plan.
I know that sounded a little vague, but your weight loss plan does NOT have to be something that only NASA could understand or approve.
YOUR weight loss plan should include such simple things as what activities (exercise) you are going to indulge in, when, where, and so on. You will want to outline your goals, both long term and short term goals You will definitely need to outline what your strategy will be for nutrition…notice I DID NOT say “diet”!
Why have a formal, or at least semi-formal, weight loss plan?
It has long been known to those who are successful in business, sports, entertainment, motivation, and other areas, that one way to improve your chances of success is to sit down and write out where you Rebel Wilson Weight Loss are, where you want to be, and how you are going to get there.
It is easier to plan for losing weight, or any other goal related activity, if there exists a clear picture of starting points, ending points, and how you intend to move from one point to the other. It is very easy to start a weight loss program or any other activity with intense motivation and a flurry of lofty plans only to lose site of the objective or to be led down unproductive paths by daily activities and the blurring effect of time.
Here are a few tips to consider when putting together YOUR personal weight loss plan:
1. Make your goals realistic:
Wanting to weigh what you weighed in high school is, for most of us at least, unrealistic. Using some movie star’s weight or a relative’s weight as your goal is also possibly detrimental to actually accomplishing effective weight loss. Each of those people arrived at THEIR weight by a combination of genetics, diet, and exercise which may not apply to you at all!