Mental and Physical aspects of weightloss

To lose weight one must be willing to lose the weight. Some think of it as an enemy, but it isn’t. To actually achieve weight loss one must not think of it as an enemy, but as a transmutable item in which the body can shift with the food eaten. Now imagine that the food is not to be eaten guiltily. When a person feels guilt when eating the person tends to gain weight no matter what is tried. When the person works out with high impact (not including aerobics, aerobics are low impact) exercise routines it doesn’t matter what they eat excepting they keep this ratio. The ratio is 1 part exercise to 1/2 part eating. If they wanted to keep the bulk and gain muscle from it the ratio is 1 part exercise to 1 part eating.

The next step, eat anything you want while keeping away from drinks with carbonation. Carbonation in a drink can dry a body out causing the weight to increase. So drink 3 glasses of water or non carbonated fruit juice every meal or at the end of the day drink at least 72 fl. oz. of water or non-carbonated fruit juice. It has to be without caffeine and carbonation whatever you choose. What happens with pop (soft drinks) is that it starts to dull the nerves that tell the brain that the stomach is full. Resulting in eating more of the dessert or other foods. When this is done, yopu’ll surely gain weight so avoid soft drinks if you can.

There is an alternative, sugar has been noted by TV news to not have any calories. When the person eats anything with sugar, except for any food item with butter or fried in oil, the person can lose weight. To avoid what body builders call white death, which is eating sugar only, one must eat fruit with the twizzlers. What happens in this condition is the liver is unable to break the sugar down causing diebetes. Fat is then formed from the sugar. The people that need to keep their blood-sugar up can actually do good with this type of diet when they remember that they must keep a balance of how much sugar they eat and how much insulin taken for diebetes.

Eating sugary items such as candy including twizzlers, gummy food items, and things only of that nature will not put any pounds on you. Candy such as that has only energy and tooth decay to offer. When people eat doughnuts, the frying of the sugary bread makes it very hard to keep the weight off and gives the face pimples along with tooth decay quicker. I noticed that eating the biscuit with egg and sausage from a Carl’s junior restaurant can break the face out with pimples in less than 2 minutes because of the fried nature of the food. This makes it seem unhealthy for a breakfast item.

If there is nothing else to eat but fattish foods then go out to a store and try to get twizzlers or some type of other candy like it. Get fruit like bananas or oranges and drink only water. Doing this for 300+ pound people will force the body fat to eat itself and said person will lose at least 30 lbs at the end of the month. They will have lost 100 lbs at the end of a couple of months if they had eaten and drinken nothing else. Adding a visualization technique to it of a symbol of your metabolism rising like the sun in your head at every meal will make the metabolism rise through instruction to your subconscious by repeat visualizations. Thinking it consistently makes it happen. One last thing, hold your stomach in and don’t let it hang out as much as you can. This will train the stomach muscles to be taut.

Please do not eat at night! At night time, the food in the stomach will not be processed due to blood flow in the body being concentrated in the brain as the person sleeps with dreams and will not flow to the stomach until 7 am. At that time, the food will start to process and so will breakfast along with the midnight snack. So, do not eat at midnight unless you want to gain weight.

The diet? There is no diet! If the person imagines a more slimmer stronger self at every meal and that said person will actually lose weight. The metabolism will rise just by eating the foods the person likes after a couple of days to weeks doing the visualizations. Feel no shame at eating any food item and the body will slowly lose weight over time. Say at every meal “I will raise my metabolism” at least once every time you have a meal. At least try some form of high impact exercise. All these efforts will work together and weight loss for even the most hard core person will occur.

The problem with high impact exercise is that some people are afraid of it. The reason is by the first week of the exercising the person has bulked ten pounds. This is just body fat that disappears after the first week has passed. Thus, the person wanting to lose weight quickly will quit the routine because of the weight gain that is observed to happen. The people that continue the exercise will steadily lose the fat into solid muscle over the next several months and they can eat anything they want to. Except for gluttony eating habits such as eating more than they exercise and with fattish foods.

High impact exercise routines can include All-American Fitness, Tan and Tone America or places like it. This can be safer than sword practice. You can just buy a sword and exercise with that if you want to spare the expense of $700. If the All-American Fitness is chosen, go up to the counter and ask for a trainer after getting a membership if you don’t already have one. If the sword route is chosen, first buy the sword if you don’t have one using the rules outlined below.

The rules to buying a sword is to make the weight of the sword and the price judgment. If you can’t lift it, then why have it and swords can cost $60 to $300. There are cheaper swords out there and the cheaper the sword the cheaper the construction. You can find cheap good quality blades at the AMC Flea Market or order over the internet. When you can at least lift the blade and yield it for 2 minutes or ye think you can, then go ahead and buy it. If the person can only lift it, don’t buy it. If it looks good to you and feels good to have it on you or with you then go ahead and buy it regardless of price.

To yield a sword, you must be able to lift twice as much weight as the swords weight. To exercise and train with it, one must only be able to lift it up and hold it for 1 minute held straight out. For a showpiece blade a blunt edge is good enough and it makes a good mantelpiece. For the exercises the edge must be sharp.

Start out out by holding the sword out as far as possible as if you were holding a stack of books on the palm of each hand. Standing up, hold the sword in both hands straight out and as long as possible at the very first time. What will happen is the blade, after a period of time, will get heavier and your arms will feel like leaden weights at first. Put the sword back into the sheaf and stretch the hands interlinked out in front of you. Then, stretch them up top of you at full length and interlinked. Finally, stretch them interlinked to back of you. Doing this consecutively may make you hear a “pop”. What has happened is a slipped or misplaced bone in your spine will have popped back into place.

The second day, the arms will be stronger and maybe you will be able to hold the sword single handedly in one hand at a time. There will probably be some arm strain, so do not expect it to be easy. Do the same thing as before except hold it in one hand while holding it straight out for as long as possible. Repeat this pattern at least once every day. After 2 weeks start swinging the blade in a backyard or a self secluded place where it will be unobserved. A week after that, start imagining the sword blade in your hand being used as if in The Highlander Movies or like the medieval faire showing. Start to practice moves you think that will work as if in an actual sword combat situation letting intuition be your guide. Remember, any accidents are your fault, not the writer of this document if you chose this method.

What will this sword practice accomplish? Excepting for the arm strain, it will exercise the entire body in some small amount as if using a full suite of exercise machines accomplishing high impact exercise over weeks.