Follow a calorie-controlled balanced diet. Diet is just as important as exercise in losing weight. The USDA recommends that most men and women consume between 2000 and 3000, and 1800 to 2400 calories per day, respectively, to maintain weight, depending on age, weight and activity levels. Start in the middle of these guidelines, and adjust your intake according to your weight loss progress. Base your diet around lean proteins like meat, fish and low-fat dairy products, carbohydrates from whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and fats from nuts, seeds and healthy oils like olive oil.
Because 3,500 calories equals about 1 pound (0.45 kilogram) of fat, you need to burn 3,500 calories more than you take in to lose 1 pound. So if you cut 500 calories from your diet each day, you'd lose about 1 pound a week (500 calories x 7 days = 3,500 calories). Because of changes that occur in the body over time, however, calories may need to be decreased further to continue weight loss.
While diet has a stronger effect on weight loss than physical activity does, physical activity, including exercise, has a stronger effect in preventing weight gain and maintaining weight loss.
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Tuck Jump exercises
The tuck jump is an extremely powerful and fun exercise that will help you strengthen your entire body including your heart. It is also a wonderful way to improve your agility, power and increase your ability to jump higher.
Start with feet together and arms resting comfortably by your sides. Step forward with your right foot and lower your body until your front knee is at 90 degrees and your knee is not touching the floor. Then, to complete the exercise, push off of your front right foot while straightening your left leg keep your RIGHT foot off of the floor and balance with your right thigh parallel to your hip.
The plank has become one of the key go to exercises to define your core. If you are struggling to maintain the arms straight position try this exercise on your forearms and be sure to align your elbows and shoulders and keep your hips, heels and shoulders at the same height.
Single Leg Deadlift exercises
This is one of the best hamstring, glute and core exercises, and it works the muscles on the backside of your body that are typically ignored. Stand on one leg with your knee slightly bent, and without changing the bend in your knee, bend at your hips and lower your torso until it’s parallel to the floor. Pause, then return to the start. Do all reps, and then switch legs and repeat.
Spinal Balance exercises
Come into a table top position on your palms and knees, making sure that your head and neck are a natural extension of the spine. Extend your right arm out directly in front of your shoulder, with your palm facing in slowly extend your left leg back behind you with your heel lifted and leg in alignment with your hips. Complete the exercise by bringing your right elbow in to touch your left knee while rounding up through your spine and tucking your chin into your chest. Return to the starting straight-arm and leg position.
Bicycles Crunches exercises
Bicycles create fire in the core because they require deep abdominal stabilization and rotation. They also have been proven to activate more muscle fibers in the rectus abdominus and obliques then a standard crunch.
One of the best exercises is also one of the most natural (just watch a baby sit). This movement works all of the muscles in the lower body including the quads, glutes and hamstrings. It also provides an extra kick for the core as you need your deep abdominal muscles and back to perform correctly.
This is one of the best upper body exercises because it works everything from your chest to your back, your arms and even your abs. Make sure your shoulders line up with your wrists and you tuck your elbows towards your sides (and don’t flare out your elbows wide). Try to get your chest and hips as close to the floor as possible without touching.
The bridge (also called a hip raise or extension) will strengthen your glutes and hamstrings, while also working your abdominals, back and inner thighs. For a fun variation, lift your hips with your feet flat on the floor and slowly extend one leg long into the sky.
Triceps Dip exercises
This exercise targets the muscles on the back of your upper arms. If you find that you have wrist discomfort, try turning your hands to the side slightly to the side and or taking breaks to roll out your wrists. In order to target the back of your arms correctly be sure to have your hips as close to your arms or the edge of the chair as possible, otherwise your legs will do the work instead of your arms.
Kick Downs exercises
This core exercise can help you build a stronger back and make you less prone to injury. Make sure to keep your low back pressing into the ground the entire time and lower your legs as close to the floor as possible without allowing them to touch. To make this exercise easier, bend your knees. Or for more of challenge, keep your legs straight.
Side Lunge exercises
Most people only exercises in two planes: Up and down or forward and back. That’s what makes side lunges so effective — they train you laterally. This lunge variation is a great addition to any conditioning plan because it will work your muscle fibers, tendons and ligaments in a different pattern. To make this exercise more challenging add a side leg lift to the equation and feel your core kick in too.
Squat Thrusts AKA Burpees exercises
The great thing about burpees are that they combine cardio and strength into one exercise. A burpee is a complex total body exercise that will work your upper and lower body at the same time with a strong focus on the core. For an added cardio punch add a full standing jump into the mix before the squat.
Switch Lunges exercises
It's a simple but challenging way to tone and strengthen your entire lower body: quads, hamstrings, glutes, calves and the anterior tibialis, Bonus: It also works the core and will help you jump higher and improve your power.
Frog Jumps weight loss exercises
This exercise adds an element of power in the lower body that will get your heart rate up for a cardiovascular benefit and define the muscles in your lower body. Start in an athletic squat position and swing your arms back behind your hips, push off of your heels and jump forward, land, and immediately sink back down into a squat position and jump again.
Pull ups exercises
Performing a pullup is one of the most challenging body-weight exercises, and for a good reason: It works the muscles in your back, chest, shoulders, and arms like few others. If you can’t do a standard pullup, try an assisted pullup or complete a kipping motion to help yourself build up the strength necessary to complete this exercise without momentum.
Jumping Jack exercises
Sometimes jumping gets a bad rap but when it comes to increasing bone density it is a great thing. A jumping jack is one of the best plyometric exercises out there and it is a fantastic cardiovascular drill. If your looking for a way to improve your quickness, this is the exercise.
Rowing burns 500-600 cals/hr. It is a brilliant way to tone your arms, and is also very good fun. Get involved with the local rowing club and you’ll get to try it for free, or simply use the rowing machine at the gym. As well as building arm muscle, you’ll also burn calories and get an incredible workout.
Butt Kicks weight loss exercises
Start standing hip-width apart, squat down low and fall forward onto your hands while kicking both heels to your glutes, push off of your hands and return to a standing crouched position.
Grand plie squat reach and jump
Build lower body strength with the Grand Plie Squat Reach And Jump. To begin, stand with your legs far apart, your arms at your sides and toes pointed out. Then lower your body into a squat with your thighs parallel to the ground, and touch your fingertips to the floor if possible. Next, jump up. Propel your body as high as possible while extending your arms over your head and keeping your legs spread wide. Repeat this move for 12 to 15 reps, rest for 30 seconds, then do two more sets of 12 to 15 jumps.