Guest Post: Are you ready to beat diabetes? Exercise isn’t easy!

Let’s face it, losing weight isn’t easy! It’s hard work. But if you are determined to lose weight, you should be prepared to work hard for it. The rules may be simple, but sticking to them may be hard. But that’s the challenge you’ve set yourself on, right ? It will be an emotional, psychological and behavioral change. Are you ready to change things?

It is true that different things work for different people because everyone has individual activity levels, their own metabolism and their own eating habits. A big challenge in losing weight and maintaining it is changing your permanent eating and exercising habits.

It is our inner self that dominates with excuses in our heads as to why it’s okay to eat unhealthy ‘just once in a while’, have a snack or a sandwich a few times a day, drink alcohol a few times a week. That’s the part of inner self that doesn’t want you to lose weight. Separate it from yourself and say no to it!

Often loosing weight is just a matter of cutting out a few foods you eat on regular basis that are high in fat or carbs. Learning how your body, your mood and your energy function is also very important. When you are losing weight, there is often a tendency to eat less. But if you just started exercising and aren’t eating enough, you are doing damage to your body. If you want to eat carbs, eat a limited amount 2 hours before you exercise. It will give you energy to burn and you will feel energetic after the work out. If you crave fats, replace them with natural fats, like nuts or avocado. And eat before the work out. The amounts of protein and carbs you eat will also depend on the amount of exercise you do. Eat just enough to burn. Never eat until you’re stuffed. Ever ! It may take some time to regulate how much your body needs to function well, without energy deprivation, but get to know your body ! Love your body so much, you don’t want to put unhealthy things into it, you want it to look beautiful! The faster you change, the faster you’ll lose weight.

Looking to diet or lose weight quickly? You’re not alone. Part of kicking diabetes is taking care of yourself. Find out why what you’re doing is wrong and lose those extra pounds and burn fat now.

Exercising to lose weight is a whole separate sphere. You can exercise to feel healthy, but the habits are very different for the two. If you are losing weight in a gym, here are a few musts. Exercise steadily ! having a work out 4 times a week pretty much guarantees you to be lean. The kind of work out you do matters ! In order to lose weight you have to do interval training. You have to combine cardio with weight training. Try to work solely with body weight. Small weight with a lot of reps will get you lean. Big weights in less reps will make you gain muscle quickly. If you want to stay lean avoid any protein intake and eating beans. They will make you bulk up. And if you are the type of person to have some extra weight in your hips, for the love of God, do not run ! It will make your hips permanently large. Do a lot of stretching exercises. It is best to alternate your regular exercise with yoga. And always, always, always stretch well before and after exercise! Your muscles need it!

There are a few tricks which work in losing weight quickly. A friend of mine lost weight in a week. What she did is quite tedious and may not be a good option for you, but the result she had were impressive, to say the least. What she actually did is calculated the amount of calorie intake. She had set a limit for herself and made sure she stuck to it. Believe it or not, it worked better than photoshop, in a week she looked like a different person. I am stunned by her willpower.

Our emotional lives and lives full of stress are usually what prompts us to let excuses cloud our minds and say to yourself that you’ll start healthy tomorrow. It is very essential to restructure and change that. If you are able to not give in to your impulses it’ll build your confidence levels and help you achieve a lot more things in different spheres of your life. Good Luck!

Sharon is one of our guest writers. Have something you’d like to share? Click here to e-mail! Be strong and let’s beat diabetes mellitus.

14 Comments

  1. Hey there, You’ve done a fantastic job. I will definitely digg it and
    personally recommend to my friends. I am confident they will be benefited from this website.

  2. It’s appropriate time to make some plans for the future and it’s time to be
    happy. I’ve read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or tips.

    Perhaps you can write next articles referring to this article.
    I want to read more things about it!

  3. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just
    sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
    I too am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new
    to everything. Do you have any tips and hints for inexperienced blog writers?

    I’d certainly appreciate it.

  4. It’s a shame you don’t have a donate button!
    I’d definitely donate to this superb blog! I guess for now i’ll settle for bookmarking and adding your RSS feed to myy Google account.
    I look forward to new updates and will talk abvout this website with my Facebook group.
    Talk soon!

  5. Aw, this was an extremely good post. Taking the time and
    actual effort to generate a top notch article… but what can I say… I
    procrastinate a whole lot and don’t manage to
    get nearly anything done.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*