5 Realistic Things You Can Do to Lose Weight

Even if you’re pushed hard, you wouldn’t want to be any of these people:

  • A helplessly wasted girl throwing herself at someone who isn’t interested
  • The person getting played on “Catfish”, and
  • A passerby getting rained on by some unidentifiable source

And quite certainly, you wouldn’t want to be that fat irritating person who always bitch about missing brunch because she’s just 15 pounds away from getting a perfect body.

Above three scenarios may be harder to avoid, the latter is something you can easily bypass, thanks to loneliness, bad luck and tequila. But don’t get us wrong. As trainers at Wynn fitness club Richmond Hill, we completely understand you’re not happy with your body (or annoying body parts).

Every women thinks about getting a perfect body, but only some are blessed with it. But that doesn’t mean you should ruin your life thinking you’re not adorable. Instead, a healthy body with lively skin can bring as much love and pleasure as that perfect body could. The rest depends upon your fate, but before that, you need to give yourself a chance and join a fitness club Richmond Hill.

We’ve summed up a few simple things that can help you lose some pounds without bragging about it.

  1. Work out In the Morning

If you can somehow manage to do this, you’re already ahead of the game. Exercising at the crack of dawn means you’ll never have to choose fitness over friends — and you won’t be whining to your coworkers about how you really don’t want to go to that barre class after work.

  1. Avoid Extremes

At first glance, the Paleo diet, working out twice daily or taking alcohol out of your life completely all seem to be great ways to lose weight. But, they’re not very realistic.

Within the first two days sans dairy, refined sugar and any processed foods, you’re loudly craving brie, and everyone around you knows you’re Paleo.

  1. Monitor What You’re Feeding Your Body

While everyone else is figuring out the perfect angle to capture the best shot of the pancakes and waffles, log your skinny latte, eggs and bacon into the breakfast category.

If you physically note the food you’ve consumed, you’ll be less likely to consume excess later on or go over it with your friends.

  1. Find a Workout You Actually Want to Do

This might come as a shocker, but you don’t complain about (or avoid) things you enjoy doing.

Consider dropping $100 for ClassPass. With a wide variety of workout classes, you’re bound to find something you’ll actually look forward to attending. Plus, you have to sign up for classes, and you’re fined if you miss them.

So, why wait, join the gym Richmond Hill today!

  1. Educate Yourself

This one comes from personal experience. After finding out the bloating and cramps I’d have after every meal were caused by gluten and not my period, I started doing my research.

Not only will you find out Fireball Whisky isn’t completely gluten-free, you’ll discover other little changes you could make in your diet to be healthier. Instead of store-bought salad dressing, you can create your own with lemon juice and oil.