Sep 09 2007
I don’t know about you but I have been trying to get fit in the past year or so. I tried diets, exercise, and even go as far as not eating at all when I absolutely have to just to lose the weight? I know gay guys obsess about this because we enjoy seeing men’s bodies in super-fit form. But why do most of us fail to get back and stay being fit? Why do programs that we take fail? The secret: We don’t know how to track our progress in a way that will keep us motivated.
I know me. If I see the improvement, I will continue to follow the regimen. Until I do so (which probably will not be noticeable to you if you are not tracking your progress), I will normally give up after a couple of weeks.
If you are really serious about getting fit and need to maintain a healthy lifestyle, you need to track your progress. Many of us already know that it based on our calorie intake whether we gain or lose weight. Yet, most of us don’t want to deal with counting the calories we are taking in. Why? Because most of us think that it’s too tedious and not worth paying attention to.
What if you are given a calorie counter online that will allow you to plug in the amount you consume. It will make it easier for you to track your diet and gain a higher success rate in dieting. It is effective and just like any goals, if written down – you can expect to make it a reality.
The free calorie counter works with any diet that you are into – be it the South Beach Diet, Atkins, The Zone and many others. You can join the message boards for support in motivating you to continue the diet without and you can speak or connect to people that is going through the same thing you are going through.
The free calorie chart is something that you can use in conjunction with their calculator to determine your goal and what calorie intake you need to have in order to achieve it. As an example, I needed to lose at least 20 lbs. By plugging in my weight, my age, and my height, the amount of workout I expect to do – from sedentary to aggressive, I was given a total of 1200 calories that I can consume. In order to lose the weight I intend to reach my goal, I needed to burn 690 calories a week by doing a 3-day – 30-minute workout. Not bad huh?
If I start the journal, I would be even more aggressive because I could show the results and be encouraged by doing so. As many successful men and women will tell you – if you want to reach your goal on anything – write it down!
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