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Question: i feel like i dont eat healthy and dont exercise. i wld like to lose 10-20 pounds in about 2 months. i would also like toned abs. what are some good exercise plans? thanks in advance.

Answer: Healthy weight loss is simple and fun! You should aim for between half a kilo and a kilo a week as this is a healthy rate – however if you don’t notice a change on the scales don’t get discouraged as you may be gaining muscle but losing fat (muscle is heavier than fat but is much more dense so takes up less room – you’ll appear to have lost weight and your clothes will be looser).
Basically you should aim to alter your diet and exercise in order to achieve healthy weight loss – you dont need diet pills, fad dieting or any expensive weight loss plan.
With relation to your diet, eat 5-6 small meals a day – breakfast is a MUST for weight loss (it kick starts your metabolism and it makes you less likely to over eat during the rest of the day) – try a healthy cereal (low in fat and sugar….watch the sugar!!!! so many are loaded with the stuff), low fat milk and fruit, or low fat yoghurt and fruit (i top low fat yoghurt with fruit salad and muesli – yum!), wholegrain toast etc. Go for lots of lean meats, veggies, fruit, grains, good carbs and good fats (found in oily fish like salmon, and in nuts, avocados etc). Don’t restrict yourself of anything though – if you feel like a treat, have it, but remember that what you are eating is a ‘sometimes’ food that can fit into a healthy, balanced lifestyle but should not be your main source of nutrients.
Some healthy snack ideas – fruit, veggies dipped in hommus, low fat yoghurt, toast/english muffins, smoothies (made with low fat yoghurt, fruit, low fat milk), healthy home made muffins (alter your favourite recipe – eg. substitute the unhealthy ingreds like full fat butter with reduced fat marg/spread, sugar can be replaced with apple-sauce or apple puree, white flour with wholemeal, or use a mix of white and wholemeal), wraps (using lavash or mountain rice bread), fruit toast (try bakers’ delight – they have the apricot delight loaf and the capre fruit and nut loaf – both with no added fats or sugars!). Try cooking yummy but healthy things to snack on – it will prevent you from getting bored, and you can develop your cooking skills! Basically in terms of diet, you don’t need to go hungry – especially if you are active – in fact if you’re active it’s important to fuel yourself properly for muscle repair and recovery – and for your energy! So don’t go hungry – just make sure that at least 80% of what you put into your body is providing excellent nutrition
With exercise, I would recommend doing at least 30 min of aerobic activity a day and combining this with strength and resistance training (to build muscle which will up your metabolism, making weight loss easier to maintain). Try joining a gym, or gym classes, yoga, walking and jogging, swimming, bike riding, weights, using a cross trainer (I do interval training on an elliptical machine – works wonders and burns loads of fat!). Just try to make activity a part of your daily life. If you work incredibly hard at exercise, or are working out for periods of 60 min or more a day, then definitely give yourself at least a day each week to rest your body and let it recover – otherwise you won’t get results, and you’ll be prone to injury – which really sabotages your whole exercise regime!
All the best with your goals – talk to your doctor about what is a healthy weight for you, and make this your goal. If you need extra assistance, a dietician may help you with the nutritional side of things, and booking a couple of sessions with a personal trainer could be a good idea just to show you how to correctly perform different exercises. Also – for additional info I recommend the australian institute of sport website – a lot of the nutritional info is targeted at athletes and very highly active individuals, but there are great articles on weight loss and some great (GREAT!) recipes complete with nutritional info so you know how many kilojoules/calories you’re putting in, and how healthy the meal/snack is. Basically, if you outweigh what you’re putting in (food/drink) with what you’re expending through activity then you’ll lose weight!

P.S. For toned abs you have to do cardio/aerobic exercise to lose layers of tummy fat, plus do core strength exercises and crunches and things to work your abdominal and oblique muscles. If you just do strength training with no cardio, you will develop your muscle but you won’t get really toned abs because cardio gets rid of the fat on top of the muscle…..not that you need to get rid of all fat – a bit is healthy!
As for specific exercise plans – it’s really up to you and what you enjoy. I lost a fair bit of weight by setting aside some time each morning for exercise (using a home gym, sample of what i might do in a day: interval training on elliptical, crunches, back on the elliptical or on the exercise bike, rowing machine, weights, core strength exercises and squats and lunges and stuff). Plus add some walking to your day. Jogging and running can be fun (just be careful of your knees and legs), swimming, joining a sports team, going to the gym with friends!
I’d recommend using the elliptical if you get a chance – you can pick them up kind of cheap on ebay I think….. they really get you working hard (especially if you do interval training – eg. 14 seconds full on, 6 seconds at a moderate pace, 14 seconds full on, 6 seconds moderate etc) – they strip the weight right off!