I was watching this video from self.com and while I haven't tried them yet, these variations of some of the “standard” exercises look to really take your workout to the next level. If you are looking for some news twists on exercises. Watch this video.
Daniel from the Biggest Loser Season 7 lost 30 lbs in his first week. Keep in mind he started at 454 lbs at age 19. He worked out all week. Don't get frustrate when you exercise and only drop a pound or two.
Likewise, when we see morbidly obese people we may think, “Well at least I'm doing better than that person.” We need to keep in mind that we all start off as babies. Just because you're not that fat now, doesn't mean you won't be that fat eventually. Keep in mind that as we get older our muscles shrink, and we will gain weight even if we eat the same amount we did when we were skinny. He did lose 6.6% of his body weight. That would be like me losing 13 lbs in a week. I guess if I ate perfectly and worked out non stop I could do that. Also keep in mind that the first pounds you lose will be your easiest.
From the Community
Greg created a “10 days of Christmas” last year and did 10 workouts that burned 1000 calories each. He ended up losing 8 lbs. He realizes that is something that you can't keep up at that pace. He did learn that he could exercise that hard, so exercising at a more manageable rate is doable.
Never Sat Diet Part 2
I continue to comment on the book Never Say Diet where Chantel Hobbs mentions you have to be honest with yourself and admit that you are fat, and that the reasons why is you created reasons out of excuses. You need to forgive yourself for your past, and commit yourself to being different going towards the future. You also need to educate yourself to help you understand what is going on with your body.