How 15 Celebrities Lost Weight After Their Pregnancy
I will use this time to work concurrently on my body image, as you suggested. Drink some water, as this can help to stave off a craving for the unhealthy snacks. Use machines and free weights. I will be returning to your site for more soon! Lauren Graham eats between to calories a day to maintain her figure and she allows herself to indulge in deserts and pasta on occasion and… She workouts with a trainer 4 days a week and during their hour-long workout sessions and her trainer keeps her heart rate at about bpm.
Much of the problem is unrealistic expectations, and I think this stems from a lot of the weight loss success stories you hear. The problem is that these people who lose weight really quickly are an exception to the rule.
I have been dabbling w all sorts of weight loss diets, from low-carb to high carb as well as counting calories. I experience initial success and then boom… nothing. So I bought in to the intermittent fasting protocol because apparently, there are many people experiencing success w this. I feel disillusioned w this area of my life. Ultimately, I think listening to your body and eating well is the key like in the Get Fit for Life Program. At least for long term loss that will stick.
Yeah calculators are just a starting point guide, and in a perfect world I would have people starting at maintenance calories and then slowly reducing food intake until they hit the threshold where their weight trended down.
I now work out 6x per week — 15 mins cardio and 15 mins HITS, eat calories per day and have been doing this for 5 weeks. I am carrying a spare tyre around my waist that will not go!
Hi Christine, take a bigger progress picture view. Not all progress markers improve each week. So also look at tape measurements, progress pics, weight, confidence, strength, body image, energy, health, and happiness.
My left arm is injured so lifting weights is not possible. I count calories and eat to a day. It shows I burn 3, to 4, a day on my Fitbit. Should I cut calories back or increase a bit? Then drop back down into your deficit. I use this with clients to get over sticking point. Refeeds are another option. I am eating about to calories a day. What are my doing wrong? I would focus more on body composition changes while staying at your current weight.
I am a 47yr. So at the beginning of the year I decided to change things, Breakfast every day Oatmeal, banana, blueberries, coffee Cal. Lunch 3 to 4 oz of lean protein meat, chicken, fish and veggies about Cal.
I also have been exercising regularly 30 min cardio 30min weights 5 days a week. That worked for the first 8 to 10 weeks dropped to Lbs. Great… Then I decide to hang out, a few week ago, went out friday, Sat, and sun. Monday I was at …. I figured get back on the train and pull it all back, so got on the same routine since I did now 2 weeks later , what gives.
But over time it should be trending down. I was under eating probably or under for a long time. I am very active.. I am 60 and had a gastric by pass and lost lbs but I met the love of my life who is s chief and gained back 50 lbs.
Focus on consistency and getting engaged with the process so you can stay motivated long enough to see results. I am very overweight and have to take steroids for a medical condition. I am not very mobile because of my medical conditions and I restrict my calorie intake to between cals a day but cannot loose weight.
Could you help please. Only way to find out would be to slightly drop them and see what happens. I was eating I know I should be eating more but how do I increase calories without the scale going up? Hi tony — it sounds like many people struggle with this. I, too, was undereating for a long time less than a day for over a year and working out tons some days hard and some days just walking 30 thousand steps.
I understand logically that I need to eat more and do more effective workouts as I put my body into a bad place. But even in adding more calories back eating at now and have balanced my macros so I actually have some fat intake. The scale and inches increase literally every week. Perhaps you could create another post answering this question for those of us who still struggle. How long could this process take? Is it ok to tackle adding calories in and scaling back workouts at the same time, or should we be trying one at a time?
Our bodies do a great job of self-regulating how much to eat if you let it. See what you end up eating based on what your body tells you. It might be higher or it might be lower than you think. But once you have that intake figured out you can adjust accordingly to manipulate your body weight. Eating so little everyday is kinda sad…. Hi buddy, do you mind if I share this information on my Facebook.?
As a PT, I was explaining this very thing last night to a client…. I struggled with anorexia between the age of 14 and 16 and in those two years i had to gain about punds, to be at a Health weight. I ended up gaining around 50 pounds, and i really dont feel feel good at this weight. I eat calories monday-friday, and i eat calories saturday and sunday, to have a calorie deficit in average. I have NOT lost weight for a month or two, rather i have gained some pounds.
I dont know what to do anymore… any helpfull advice? It would be greatly appriciated. Hi Helene, when people have struggled with eating disorders I tend to take a non calorie counting approach. I find that focusing on the minutia of calories can lead to a resurfacing of emotions that caused the disorder in the first place.
I would also work more on consistency day to day in your food intake and not worry about the calorie high days on the weekends.
Doing that will lower your food intake and could possible help with your weight loss. I even gain know, when I should be in a caloric deficit. Yes, I would work on consistency first. It takes practice but you have to learn to start trusting yourself around food again. I am 44 and weight and want to lose pounds. I try to do SPIN class 3 times a week but have been slacking due to cold weather. I will continue my 3 times a week but how many calories do I eat to lose?
Work on adherence and consistency with your eating and exercise. Choose exercise because you enjoy it, not because it gives you a weight loss effect. Get very consistent with that. Most people will lose weight once they do that with the majority of their meals.
And if not, it makes it really easy to adjust your food intake once that habit is in place. I found this article to be very interesting as I have recently been researching reverse dieting.
After restricting calories I am down to calories and maintain a weight of 44kg with light exercise. Yet my TDEE is My goal is to increase calories and build some muscle tone…is the idea to increase to your TDEE at once and then slowly increase from there? My GW is in between kg. Thank you for your help. TDEE can be changed, and reverse dieting is a way to do that. I would personally start with an extra calories for a few weeks to see how that works out for you.
After that you can go in calorie jumps to give your metabolism a chance to adapt. Do you recommend adding the to total of or adding it to the making it ? Should I listen to hunger signals?
It just represents a certain amount of food to increase by, on average. Just consciously a little more. During reverse dieting it can be useful to break out the scale and calorie counting tools.
But tape measurements, progress pics, and paying attention to how your clothes are fitting are also ways to monitor external changes. All this information is great. But I am still a little confused. I have been on Nutrisystem and am currently on Jenny. Both seem to work the same way. I am about lb and looking to get to or They both put me on a calorie day with food. But where I get lost is the amount of exercise I need to do per week with this intake. I was told that I need to do enough exercise to burn the I eat plus more calories to loose weight.
I have been doing 1 hour of a treadmill 5 days a week. I guess where I am confused is what is the target calorie burn you need based on the calorie intake? Those two programs you mentioned are notorious for their calorie diets. In my opinion they cause more harm than good, although some lives have definitely been changed from them. Exercise is one very small part of your energy expenditure.
The goal is to get in a modest energy deficit. You take that feedback and adjust your energy balance. Hi Gina, I would just continue doing the things that helped you lose 9lbs. The weight gain when you started exercising is very common and is simply energy stores within the muscle increasing muscle glycogen.
This is very discouraging. Hard to say, Lisa. Double check your calorie tracking. That has a different set of circumstances to it. I could really use your input! I had a son in January. For 5 months now o have not lost a single lb. I have a wedding in November and a dress fitting in July.
She has info pertaining specifically to your situation, in addition to a calorie calculator you can use. Hi Tony, I am cm tall female, I weigh 48Kg, I have recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism and take 25mg.
I did not have hypothyroidism last year, its come about recently. I have suffered from Bulimia in the past more than 3 years ago. Today I am fit and pretty strong i have been lifting weights for 3 years, I workout using heavy weights x4 weekly and I also do some cardio in my rest days. I can deadlift 80kg for a few reps. I track my macro-nutrients diligently, I eat daily g Protein, g carbs and 30g Fat calories. My diet includes lots of water, veg and fruit, along with lean meats. My fats come from healthy sources like avocados, coconut, nuts and seeds.
My problem is that I cannot seem to eat more than without gaining fat. Do you think my hypothyroidism is due to low long periods of low calorie intake? I have also had a couple of missed periods recently. If I select high fibre nutritious food then will leave me reasonably satisfied but there is no margin for even biscuits as a treat.
Shall I increase my calories slowly reverse diet and accept extra fat and hopefully muscle? But none of that really matters. At your current stats you are going to be hard pressed to lose any more weight, as your weight is already so low. What I would advise is to hang out at maintenance calories and push the strength training. Focus less on your weight, regardless of whether it goes up or not, and more on your body composition.
With more food will likely come more weight, but the fat gain should be minimal if any so long as you continue getting stronger and you take the calorie rise slowly. I had knee surgery 4 years ago and was told I could never jog again. If you like to eat out a lot, don't try to totally eliminate eating out. Instead, plan on eating home-cooked meals six days a week.
Cut down on the snacking, or try to make them healthy snacks. Fresh vegetables with guacamole, unsalted almonds, or fruit make for great weight-loss snacks. Let yourself have non-food treats. Promise yourself that if you can follow this for six weeks and exercise if that is one of your goals , you will treat yourself to a pedicure or a massage.
Work indulgence foods into your calorie plan. If you do want to have something that is a little higher in calories, then make sure that you work it into your overall calorie goal for the day. For example, if you are following an 1, calorie plan, and you want to have a brownie that is calories, then you would only have 1, calories left for the day. Eat fewer calories than you burn. The only surefire way to lose weight is to eat less than you burn over the course of a day.
Sounds simple, but it takes work and consistency. If you want to lose weight and stay healthy, you need to start exercising.
Aim for 30 minutes of exercise times a week to get started. Try to tally your energy-output each day. It's helpful to keep track of these with pedometers, or other weight-loss tracking apps that you can use to make this easier. Read the section about exercise for more specific tips. Instead of thinking that you need to lose 20 pounds, think that you want to lose 1 to 2 pounds this week. Or you can focus on non-pound goals like skipping after-dinner snacks this week or only drinking alcohol on weekends.
It is important to understand that weight is entirely a function of input and output. The input is the food you eat and the calories contained therein. The output is your energy output. To lose weight the output needs to be greater than the input. It is that simple. Do not believe any of the diet fads.
Drink at least 2 liters 0. Water has the double effect of both hydrating your body and filling your stomach with a certain volume of a liquid that has zero calories. The Institute of Medicine determined that an adequate intake AI for men is roughly 3 liters 0.
The AI for women is 2. Start doing basic aerobic and cardio exercise. Start with a small goal of 30 minutes, 3 times per week if you aren't exercising at all currently. Try these steps to get yourself going: Attach the pedometer to your belt and try to take 5, steps daily. Move up to a goal of 10, to 15, steps as you get in better shape. Start by walking to lose weight.
Walking around your neighborhood costs nothing and is a great way to start moving. You can also try other low-impact exercises like swimming, riding a bike or jogging. Try machines at the gym. You can use a treadmill, an elliptical trainer, a stationary bike, a rowing machine or a stair climber. Start with short sessions and gradually add minutes as you get more fit.
Also, use the settings on the machines to increase the intensity as you lose weight. Do a variety of different machines until you find something you like. Consult a personal trainer to make sure you're using proper form, to avoid injury. They're there to help, not to intimidate you. Take an aerobics class. You can take a traditional aerobics class or try any number of movement-based exercise routines. These are great ways of keeping yourself motivated in a group, having fun moving around, and losing weight.
Get into strength training. Start small, aiming for one or two minute sessions per week until you feel motivated to do more. Exercise large muscle groups to burn more calories and lose weight, instead of focusing on specific muscles.
Try some of these examples: Start with squats paired with an overhead dumbbell press to work your lower body and upper body at the same time. Perform resistance exercises while sitting or reclining on an exercise ball.
You'll strengthen your core while simultaneously working on other areas. Use machines and free weights. These tools tend to focus on particular muscle groups like the arms, shoulders, thighs, glutes and upper back. Do these more focused exercises after you work on exercises for multiple muscle groups. Rest at least one full day between strength training workouts so that your muscles can recover.
Recovery will help you to avoid pain and injury. If you're not into the idea of exercise for the sake of exercise, try finding a fun activity that you enjoy, which has the added benefit of getting you moving. Find an intramural league in your town, or just get together with some friends to play a pick-up game every now and then. If you don't like competitive sports, try doing something that you can do by yourself.
Swim, or play golf, or go hiking instead of playing a game with a ball and a net. Get a bicycle if you want to find a great way to get around and exercise at the same time. Don't spend all that time sitting down in your car when you could be burning calories.
Find creative ways to eat less. While doing these things alone won't necessarily make you lose weight, they can be helpful little tricks to keep you moving on the right path. Try out the following to help your hunger cravings during the day: Eat three fewer bites of each meal. Put your knife and fork down between bites. Use smaller plates, and fill your plate only once.
Wait to eat until you feel hungry, don't just snack when you're bored. Find creative ways to manage your cravings. If you're used to big snacks and indulgent meals, it's no secret that dieting and switching to exercise is challenging.
But learning to manage your cravings for a big slice of cake or a greasy hamburger is possible, with a little creativity. Smell fresh fruit when you want a snack, instead of eating something. Don't keep sugary or fattening snacks in the house. Some studies show that the color blue is an appetite suppressant. Try getting a blue tablecloth, or blue dishes to eat on. Going out to eat makes it too easy to cheat.
Food sold at restaurants is commonly much higher in fat, sodium, and other weight-loss killers. The portions are also often much larger than what you might usually eat at home, as well. Instead of heading out, try to make your own meals. Eat in a small group, instead of a large one. Some research shows that people eating at big tables tend to eat more than people eating alone.
Watching television, or reading, or working while you eat often causes people to eat much more food than they normally would.
Eat cereal for breakfast. One recent study revealed that people who eat cereal for breakfast each day have a much easier time losing weight than people who eat other types of breakfast. Start your day right with a high-fiber, nutrient rich natural cereal, or oatmeal. Switching to a low-fat version of milk is an excellent way to cut down on the calories you're taking in, without having to sacrifice any of the nutritional benefits. Decide to lose weight in a group.
You may enjoy starting up a Biggest Loser Club at work or with your friends, or you can investigate a weight loss betting website. Give yourself a treat now and then. If you're attending a party or going out for a special occasion, allow yourself an indulgence.
Just make sure that these indulgences don't become daily habits. Lauren did 1 hour sessions of weight training and treadmill work twice a week and She stayed active during the other days of the week by doing 45 minute hiking sessions in LA's Runyon Canyon.
Penelope Ann Miller lost 10 lbs. Penelope worked out for 60 minutes 3 times a week with her personal trainer and did 2 additional cardio workouts on her own. Natasha Bedingfield lost her last 15 pounds in 4 months by doing 30 minute intervals 3 times a week and working out with a trainer on weights twice a week. Anna Faris lost her last 10 pounds to look better for her role in the new movie House Bunny by doing Pilates 6 times a week and running 3 miles daily and she admits to maintaining a strict diet which included eating chicken and vegetables but she now also admits she could never keep up that diet regimen forever.
Constance Zimmer went all the down to pounds 5 pounds less than her pre-pregnancy weight! How weight vest speed up weight loss. Christina did 90 minute vigorous workouts with her Personal Trainer 5 days a week consisting of…. Nicole ate calories a day with foods from freshdining. Melanie Brown aka "Scary Spice or Mel B" lost 40 pounds after giving birth mainly by exercising regularly and by being a contestant on dancing with stars.
Heidi Klum lost 30lbs in 6 months after her pregnancy simply by motivating herself to exercise with photographs she took of herself nude every week to keep track of the way her body was changing.
Denise Richards lost 30 pounds in 4 months after her pregnancy by getting up at 5am every morning to workout with her personal trainer and doing cardio.
Jamie Pressley lost 42 pounds of baby weight with help from the cabbage soup diet. Catherine Zeta-Jones lost the 50 pounds she gained while pregnant with the Atkins diet by eating more low-carbohydrate and high protein foods like lean meats, fish and veggies. Melissa did 30 minutes of spinning and 30 minutes of floor exercises 3 days a week with a trainer 4 weeks after giving birth.
Gabrielle Reece lost 34 pounds in 5 months just by going back to being natural active by doing Pilates, swimming, and circuit training and her diet consisted of weight loss foods like oatmeal, salads, brown rice, and various protein sources and she admitted to having some chocolate almost every day. Reese Witherspoon went back to her movie star shape only 8 weeks after having her baby by doing yoga , eating healthy, and getting plenty of outdoor exercise and walking when she can.
Uma Thurman lost 25 pounds in 6 weeks after having her baby doing the sword-fighting and martial arts training she had to do for the Kill Bill movie but YOU can get the same martial arts style workout with Tae Bo. Kate Hudson lost 60 pounds in only 4 months by working out 2-to-3 hours per day, 6 days a week and her diet consisted of smaller meals spread throughout the day made up of higher protein foods and she avoided certain carbohydrates such as grains and some fruits.
Evangeline Lilly maintains a sexy body by staying active doing many activities like running, yoga , Pilates, dance, weights, scuba diving, golfing, ice skating, canoeing, kayaking, snowboarding, rock climbing and surfing but here's her 2 top health tips for looking good…. Pamela Anderson's vegetarian diet , running, and doing Tae Bo keeps her looking good naked.
Shania Twain maintains a healthy Vegetarian diet which makes her not crave junk food and she drinks white tea. Shania still gets her protein from sources like cashews or yogurt and she stays naturally active by enjoying power-walking and horseback riding.
Rihanna's trainer makes her eat small meals every three hours and very rarely she'll eat only once or twice a day and… Rihanna workouts almost everyday with a trainer and she does lot a lot of cardio to prevent her legs from getting bulky to maintain her slim, perfectly-toned legs.
Sara Evans eats only when her stomach growls, stops a soon as she is full and she never eats any of these bad foods and she doesn't follow any specific diet and exercise program to stay thin. See 5 steps to lose weight without counting calories. Lauren Graham eats between to calories a day to maintain her figure and she allows herself to indulge in deserts and pasta on occasion and… She workouts with a trainer 4 days a week and during their hour-long workout sessions and her trainer keeps her heart rate at about bpm.
She'll do 10 minutes of warm up cardio, 45 minutes of weight training focusing on one body part per workout, and then 20 minutes of cardio to end the workout. Rebecca Romijn also went on The Zone Diet and eliminated sugar, and alcohol for six weeks plus she also worked on the elliptical machine for 45 minutes a day to maintain her model figure for the X-men movies but her best stay thin tip is…. Rebecca has also done Pilates for about eight years to keep her looking good naked.
Sandra Bullock eats what she wants but tries to stay away from junk food until the weekend. It's nice that these celebrities exercise as it's good for their overall wellness and fitness.
But this article asked how they lost weight. And there is not a single shred of evidence that can show that exercise is good for weight loss though its the single greatest thing for health even more than weight loss.
We have to separate weight loss and exercise. Hi m a bit worried as I lost 15 kg but didn't loose any inches. I look da same as before. My weight wz kg n now it is Hi Adrian, I'm running a marathon, but found that I'm gaining weight. I'm 5'5 and weigh pds. My ideal weight is I run about 5 times a week for about an hour to two hours.
Muscles are heavier than fat, it is normal that you are gaining weight. Unless you eat fatty foods and see your belly getting Jelly A scale wont always tell you whats happening with your body.
If for example you gained a grams of muscle but lost grams of fat this would transalte as an increase of weight according to your scales. The simple fact is adding muscle mass means you wil hurn more calories simply because even a muscle at rest will require more calories to exist than stored body fat does. Each sex male and female can only gain muscle mass according to the biochemical and endocrine stasis our individual gender allows. Women simply wont grow a mans muscle mass without first acquiring his endocrine profile, just as a man cannot develop female characteristics without a deviation of masculine endocrine ratio to feminine.
Just read an article at tltopmarkets. I read online that you can loose up to pounds in 5 days by drinking like a gallon or 2 gallons of water a day, no salt, sugar or starches and to use the sauna. Today was my first day but I could only drink 9 bottles of water. And had 3 tiny meals. Is it healthy and do you think it'll work for me considering I'm 14?? I really wanna loose up to 20 pounds. I weigh at right now and feel embarrassed to even take my coat off during school.
I know you posted this quite some time ago I am a registered nurse and can tell you even water, healthy as it is, is dangerous when taken in in excess. This is something called water toxicity and can cause th electrolytes potassium, sodium, calcium, etc.
In your blood stream to become diluted which is dangerous. Low levels of these electrolyles can cause potentially fatal heart problems, muscle spasms, and other problems that can be very dangerous very quickly. I understand the frustration of being overweight. My daughter who is now almost 21 has been struggling with her weight since about age There are programs out there for teens.
You health isn't worth doing some crazy diet.