Great you’ve started your diet. You’ve made up your plan and started following it. Next you need to develop an exercise plan also. After all you need to burn more calories than you take in. The only way to lose weight is to use more energy than you consume. When you have a consistent workout plan it will jumpstart your metabolism and it will help you to burn more energy. It will give you better long term results than just diet alone.
Before you start any exercise program talk to your doctor and follow their advice. I’m just trying to help you lose weight fast. I don’t know your medical condition. I don’t want to advise you to do anything that would harm you.
Personally I prefer to work out at home rather than going to the gym. Depending on how far away it is I don’t have to waste 1.5 to 3 hours of my day travel back and forth to the gym to work out every day. I work a lot of different shifts for my job and often the gym isn’t open when I want to work out. When I work out at home I can do it any time of the day or night.
When you go to the gym you often have to wait to use the machine you want. When you do get on it you have to limit your time because other people are waiting for the machine.
If you add up the gym membership over time you will be very surprised at how quickly working out at home pays for itself. Though the initial price of the equipment can be expensive, if you set up the right payment plan, the monthly payment is often less than the gym membership. When you finish paying for the equipment it’s yours. You never finish paying for the membership and you get nothing out of it.
When you have a membership in a gym you have to pay the dues no matter how often or how little you use it. You have to make that payment even if you get sick, hurt, or go on vacation. If you already own the machines they might gather dust for a while but they will be there when you’re able to get back into it. You will not be paying for nothing.
These are the main reasons that I prefer a home work out plan. When you think about the numbers and the times involved as well as the convenience I think you will agree.
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