The Top 8 ways to see how fast you can lose weight…

1. The fatter you are = The quicker you'll lose weight.

A fatter person will lose weight FASTER than a lighter person doing the same weight loss activity for the same amount of time simply because more calories are burned (takes more energy) to move a heavier person and also - believe it or not…

A fatter person has a higher metabolism than a lighter person (see #3 here for why that is) so when fatter people go on a diet…

Their metabolism's will burn off more of their stored fat faster than a lighter person so…

A fatter person may lose 5-to-10 pounds in their first week on a weight loss plan while a normal weight or not so over weight person may only lose 2-to-5 pounds in their first week.

2. The more active you are = the quicker you'll lose weight.

Your ability to recover & how much rest you need will all affect how intense, how long, how many times a week and how many times a day you can workout and…

3. How much you eat

The more you eat UNDER the amount of calories you need to maintain your weight will determine how fast you lose weight but…

You should never eat under 1000-to-1200 calories since…

A real fat person can lose lots of fat faster without losing much muscle than a leaner person on a VLCD of under 1000-to-12000 calories since they have lots of stored fat on their bodies.

4. How bad your eating habits were before starting a weight loss plan

If you had bad eating habits or if you ate foods that made you gain weight before you started a weight loss diet plan

You'll lose a lot of weight faster than someone who was eating healthier because your body will be flushing out pounds of excess waste, toxins and water weight you gained from your bad eating habits and usually…

After you lose up to 10 pounds in your first week after coming off your bad habits you can expect your weight loss rate to go back to normal.

5. The more Stressed you are = The slower you'll lose weight

Cortisol is a hormone released in your body when stress levels are high telling your brain "you're hungry and you need to eat more to combat all this stress" and…

The more stressed you are = the more hungry you are making it harder for you to stick to your weight loss plan causing you to eat too much and lose weight slower so See 100 ways to lower stress here

6. How many Carbs & Proteins you eat

You'll lose weight faster if you eat less carbs and that's a good thing for you if you can realistically maintain a low-carb diet for a long time but…

You may not be able to maintain a low-carb/high-protein diet for a long time before you gain back all the weight you lost so it's best that your diet is 40-to-60% carbs, 30-to-40% protein and the rest made up of healthy fats.

7. What you eat and how often you cheat on your diet

You'll lose weight faster eating more of these weight loss foods and less of these bad foods plus…

The more strict you are with your diet = the faster you'll lose weight than if you were cheating on your diet too much but see how to cheat on your diet and still lose weight.

8. How motivated you are

The more motivated you are = the quicker you'll lose weight so See how to get motivated to lose weight fast and…

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nisha

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I am Nisha 28yr.5.3" 70kgs.already lost 10kg but now stuck up with 70for long time like a month.pls have to lose 5kgs help me .
Thank u

August 05, 2015

Adrian Bryant

go here to keep losing weight

August 06, 2015

Anna

Good evening :)
I'm 26 years old, and 5'3. I don't weigh that much according to the scale (129) but I carry quite a bit of unwanted fat around my midsection. I've been working out for about a month now, not as much as I probably should but about 10-30 minutes a day 5-7 days a week depending on when the kids go to bed and how motivated I am. I have not noticed any changes. I'm a busy mom with 3 kids. Really want to lose the belly fat before my daughters birthday (pool party) in August! Any suggestions?

June 08, 2015

Adrian Bryant

use this workout and this diet for your busy schedule

June 09, 2015

Helping

10 day smoothie cleanse helped tremendously with my belly fat

July 17, 2015

Billie

I'm 5'10 about 300 pounds. I play basketball about two times a week and I do strength training three times week. I have been an athletic guy. Played football in high and college. I am looking to lose 50-80 pounds. My biggest problem is dieting right and having a plan. I hate cardio but I'm willing to see what will work. 32 years old and just got job as prison guard but I have do the academy first. I need help?

May 30, 2015

Kyra

Hi Adrian,

I've been in graduate school for two years now and have put on close to 25 pounds due to poor eating habits and chronic stress. I will be taking my engagement photos in October this year and would like to be at the weight that I was when I started the program (110-115 lbs). I'm 5'5. What diet do you suggest?

Thank you!!
-KM

May 28, 2015

Alma

hi I am 24, 5,8 and weight 191 lb I started to do insanity 2mths ago 5-6 times a day for 30-40 min a day and eat health I do not track my calories but I am eating as healthy as I can now I do see a big difference in the mirror and took pictures of my before & after and I do see a big difference now I weight my self today and got pretty upset on the numbers what is going on??? Plz help🙏🏼

May 22, 2015

Adrian Bryant

are you weighing yoursefl everyday at the same time?

May 23, 2015

Ray

I'm 28 5'5 230. Started working out last week and lost 10 pounds. I plan on going to the gym 4-5 times a week. I run a mile and a half for warm up, do chest and arms on machines. Then do abs on machine. Then another mile and a half before I leave
Is there a better work out program for me? I want to lose weight but keep muscle. Im also on a juice detox.

May 20, 2015

Adrian Bryant

see this

May 21, 2015

Tammy

I am an 41 year old woman who weighs 180 lbs trying to lose 40 lbs. I eat healthy and track everything in my loseit.com app. I am currently eating 1500 calories, drink plenty of water, work out 4 to 5 times a week. Circuit training 30 minutes and cardio 30 to 45 minutes. I see a difference in mirror not scale and I have been working out 9 weeks. What am I doing wrong????

March 20, 2015

Adrian Bryant

seems like nothing wrong if the mirror proves otherwise. see this first

March 20, 2015

Johanne

I am 49 years old, am a nutritionist so I eat always well (never go out and cook everything myself too), I started nursing school last summer and I cannot lose weight for anything. I have been in a Zumba class since April and even bike 7 miles to get there and back three days a week. Not one pound was lost and I eat around 1000 calories a day. I am 5'3" and am 125 lbs. I want and need to be 115 lbs.

I also tend to hold in water weight. I've had high blood pressure since my teens and at times, I hold in water weight that accumulates over a period of years. The last time this happened, it was 10 years ago. The doctor put me on medication and I safely lost 4 lbs of water weight a month. I got down to 113 lbs eating well. This time, the stress of school is probably affecting this but I would prefer natural supplements to do the same thing. I've done the lemonade cleanse twice a year and still do not lose weight. Can you please recommend a plan for me and appropriate supplements? I found that caffeine makes me retain water. I wish it did not.

Thank you!
Johanne

November 14, 2014

Annmarie Riggs

I've been working out and burning about 1000 calories (with lunges,squats,jumping jacks, crunches..) and I noticed that I e been gaining weight in the mirror and I seem to have more fat and I've been eating healthy and doing good with my calories and I still wont lose weight or fat!

October 22, 2014

Adrian Bryant

what is your calorie intake and how are you tracking it

October 24, 2014

hussein

Hello, I am 16 years old 210 lbs and I work out 3-4 times a week and I do strength training and 40 minutes of cardio everyday for cardio I start off with a 5 minute jog at 5 speed then put 7 incline 3.5 speed I am doing chest, arms, and legs. My question is it has been 2 and a half weeks and I havent lost a single lb I rather maintained my weight my question is can you give me a good diet that fits in a school schedule 6:00 am to 2:25 pm also tell me when to drink my whey protein and I am 5'5

September 23, 2014

Adrian Bryant

how many calories are you eating?

September 24, 2014

hussein

Around 2300

October 02, 2014

Bob

I'm a 48 year old male, 5'10" and weigh 245. I am fairly active with 3, 50 minute gym sessions a week with a trainer and at least 3 hours of aerobic sessions (running, biking, elliptical, x-country skiing) per week. I have been doing this intensity for about 2 years. I started this journey five years ago at 275 lbs. My weight has been as low as 215 but seems to gravitate back to the 245. I am frustrated! I need a new plan and ideas.

July 08, 2014

Adrian Bryant

switch up and use this workout and this diet

July 09, 2014

Malcolm

I am 20 years old, 400 pounds and I have been walking 2 miles every morning for the past week and eating 2700 calories a day, but I have yet to lose any weight? Is this normal? Shouldn't I be losing a lot more weight than that since I'm so heavy? It's pretty discouraging. I use a pedometer on my phone and I have one that I bought and I'm definitely getting 2 miles in on the mornings that I work out. I need help. I don't mind exercise, it's hard but I'm determined. But, I just don't know what to think right now. Can you help?

May 26, 2014


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