Most of us know that weight loss is simply a matter of consistent calorie deficit, i.e. you burn more calories than you consume.
It’s simple science.
However, maintaining a calorie deficit while carrying out your daily life is often the real challenge.
No one can function right if they have perpetual hunger pangs!
If you follow this site, you’ll know that on Monday I started a 10 week plan to get in shape.
Various thoughts through the week
I did a few quick videos through the week to relate how I was finding the plan, which you can see here:
- Day 2: Feeling Sick and Running to the Toilet
- Day 3: The Best Weight Loss Drink in the World!
- Day 5: When You CRASH During Your Diet
I aim to do these as and when I get the chance. If you have any questions then I may answer them in this way through the week.
Week 1 Results
Anyway, this morning I weighed and measured myself to see what the plan has been doing. The video is below:
So, here are the stats compared:
Waist: 97cm (38 inches)
Weight: 85.7kg (189lbs)
After 1 week:
Waist: 93cm (36.6 inches)
Weight: 81.6kg (180lbs)
That’s 4cm off my waist and 9lbs in weight lost.
To be honest, I’m amazed at the results so far. It has been relatively easy, and as I said at the beginning of this post, often the challenge when losing weight is battling with hunger. But, that hasn’t been the case. With this plan:
- I don’t feel hungry between scheduled meals
- There is no calorie counting for me to do
- The exercise hasn’t started too intense in order to give my body time to adjust.
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