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Hi there, everyone~! I'm a fluffy little who has recently gotten a bit more motivation to lose weight!! I've always been on the fluffy side thanks to genetics, being an introvert, & never really working out. The few times I had, I got sweaty. Yes, I know you're supposed to sweat, but I have always been easily disgusted by sweat. Which would make me not want to work out. I've always been kinda lazy & have no energy. So I was wondering what do you all do to stay healthy, get fit, or the likes? What kinda exercises do you do? What kinda foods do you eat to help you have energy? Everything. I know there's probably a post somewhere about it all but I cant find it. Please help? ^^'

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Diet and exercise. Diet meaning eating good foods not starving yourself. That's not helpful. Avoid too much fats and sugars. Fruits and vegetables needed.

 

Exercise is any activity. Even a daily walk of 20-30 minutes is great. Swimming is very good. Using a skipping rope would be a fun little exercise

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Ehm, I wouldn't know because I don't work out, and I don't have to, as everything I do gives me muscle.. I'd probably be a skeleton if I start working out LOL. Muscley-skeleton. I can't imagine having a special diet or having to work out to lose weight.. I eat pizzas, pies, cheesecake, chocolate, and I still can't gain weight. Also it has nothing to do with genetics... but there are some apps that can help you lose weight. Apps to keep track of workouts, that tell you how to do them, and specific muscle workouts and stuff.. try doing that maybe? Also dieting doesn't mean you can't eat nice foods anymore.. maybe find a dietician to help you? Best of luck!!

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Hi there, everyone~! I'm a fluffy little who has recently gotten a bit more motivation to lose weight!! I've always been on the fluffy side thanks to genetics, being an introvert, & never really working out. The few times I had, I got sweaty. Yes, I know you're supposed to sweat, but I have always been easily disgusted by sweat. Which would make me not want to work out. I've always been kinda lazy & have no energy. So I was wondering what do you all do to stay healthy, get fit, or the likes? What kinda exercises do you do? What kinda foods do you eat to help you have energy? Everything. I know there's probably a post somewhere about it all but I cant find it. Please help? ^^'

 

 

Hi lilboobear616,

 

Bravo on your recent motivation to consider weight loss. One question to ask yourself is - do you feel healthy and happy? If the answer is yes, your weight loss journey will be smooth. If the answer is no - perhaps it might be even smoother.

 

Food that might help - small portion sizes and frequency. I have found that completely cutting something off (sugar, carbs, etc)  might just mean you lose a bunch of weight, then gain it back. But, if you begin by simply reducing the portion sizes you eat, your stomach will get used to it. So when you have a plate of nuggies and you normally eat 10, cut it down to 5. If you normally drink a 12oz of coke, cut it down to six. I'm a little and I love chocolate. I had tons of Godiva chocolates in front of me today but I only had 1.

 

Frequency - eat very little but very often. My Daddy has asked that I eat 3 meals a day and we discussed my snacking frequency. I'm a snacker. I eat tiny bits of this and that, and I never go hungry. Eat a fruit you like in between meals so you are not hungry. Big me likes cliff bars, granola bars, and tiny biscuits in between meals.

 

Exercise - If sweating grosses you out; just walk. If you don't have a chance to walk, try yoga. The link below has beginner yoga, yoga for stress, yoga for a rainy day, yoga for everything! It is awesome. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/yogawithadriene

 

Hope this helps and good luck (also, don't stress about it too much as long as you are happy and healthy).

 

Hugs!

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First of all: Weight is controlled by diet more than anything else. I wanted to point that out since you listed three reasons that didn't include food/drinks. Don't blame genetics too much, in the end it's calorie in vs. calorie out, and even if your metabolism is somewhat slower, you could still eat appropriately to match it ♥

 

- Limit calorie intake from drinks, especially alcohol (stick to water/tea/coffee)

- Limit sugar, it's the easiest thing to binge on without feeling full. Instead, consider protein-rich food, fibre, and vegetables

- Limit mindless eating, be conscious

 

If you want to get fit, you'll have to sweat. Fresh sweat is not disgusting though, you don't smell it. The only way to avoid it is swimming, which is not optimal. Good luck!

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Diet and exercise. Diet meaning eating good foods not starving yourself. That's not helpful. Avoid too much fats and sugars. Fruits and vegetables needed.

 

Exercise is any activity. Even a daily walk of 20-30 minutes is great. Swimming is very good. Using a skipping rope would be a fun little exercise

 

Swimming is a good idea! Doesn't leave any sweat, and it's a very complete form of exercise, that ensures a complete workout of the body

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Congratulations on deciding to get healthier it can be made fun once you find a rhythm you actually like doing!

 

Not an expert but have trained a lot in my life and to avoid that sweating issue and best sport if you ask me: SWIM! swimming is literally the best for a total body workout and it might also be less intimidating than a gym. I have back problems and it helps for that too. 

 

For food general rule: smaller portions of stuff that's BETTER (less sugar, fats, oil *unless its avocado yumsss*)and BALANCE!

About half veggies and fruit, quarter to 35% protein depending on how much you work out. Also it's better to eat 6 or 5 smaller meals spaced out during the day than 3 big ones.

To lose weight you might want to try to stop eating a few hours before you go to bed too  :)

 

My big problem can be consistency and understanding some goals may take longer than others and that's ok as long as you keep at it!  :p

Also to get more fruit or veggies in of which you might not like the taste(Kale ugh), I dump a lot of it in a smoothie that i drink in the morning to start my day :)

 

Anyways best of luck! Feel free to reach out for wtv xxx

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Weight does come down to genetics.......somewhat.  That's why Wolfycheeks can eat and eat bad stuffs and not gain, while someone else has to mostly avoid bad stuffs or they WILL gain. Now, the part that isn't genetics is the ability to lose weight.  Everyone can lose weight and get healthier, it just takes a commitment and follow through.  What you eat is a huge part of what you will weigh.  It is calories in vs. calories out, BUT not all calories are created equal.  You also have to watch fat intake, etc.  200 calories of doughnut is far worse for you overall than 200 calories of apples.  Absolutely do NOT starve yourself by eating too few calories.  That never works out in the end.  You will binge eat and gain it back. My best advice is to be consistent and don't beat yourself up if you slip up (we're all human).  Just keep going.

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As for food, no fizzy drinks, no sugar (in drinks and sweets) no salt , no bready things and no fried things. 

I don't think you need to be this extreme at all

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