Maintaining weight after completing twenties has become a real challenge. No matter how much you cut down on your diet, it just does not want to leave you. Bless me am one such fortunate girl who does’nt have to struggle with weighty issue. Am thirtish ,5.4 ft still weigh 53 kgs. Don’t be “J” .Its more of a maintaining then a blessing story.
After I turned 18, the age when all girls enter that “I want to look beautiful” phase, since then was keeping tabs on my diet & weight. Also being a sportsperson & associated to fashion industry for long it has become my obsession. Except it was not a cake walk. Living a disciplined and organized life has helped me in staying fit.
Looking around, you meet so many women who are struggling with obese ness & striving to get in shape. But unfortunately they look for shortcuts. Whether going on GM or crash diets, eating weight loss pills, or even going for liposuction, these will never going to help for longer period. You might get instant results but in due time, fat will come back with vengeance & that will be your biggest setback. So come around before you lose last ounce of your will power.
People often ask me about my normal routine, diet & exercise regime. So here am bulleting simple essentials which I usually follow. I won’t be recommending any trash shit diet charts. Am sure you get ample of them on internet.
- Pin a big poster on your favorite wall with encouraging words like “The body achieves what the mind believes.(yes I have it)
- Be disciplined whether it’s your yoga /exercise time or meal time or sleep time.
- If you feel gym or exercising big let down, opt for walking. Believe me it is much more interesting and useful in many ways.
- If you are foodie,cut down on your portions and add up on your meals. You should not feel stuffed at all times.
- Eat your breakfast heartily. Skip dinner or finish it before 6.pm.Its not a myth.
- Drink 8 gallons of water.(coz of dankness, ur diet automatically shrinks).It does wonders to your skin as well.
- Get rid of extra sugar & salt intake.
- Add more of pulses and vegetables to your diet
- Join dance classes or swimming or just play badminton with your kids in backyard.
- Try to do work on your own as much as possible. Be active at all times
- Big NO to rubbish food as it goes.
- And last but not the least believe in yourself & hold your patience.
It takes a month for you to notice your body changing, two months for other to point out.
Till then DON’T QUIT!!