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Losing weight, that will fit in with my time?

Losing weight, that will fit in with my time? Topic: Yoga homework
June 17, 2019 / By Braiden
Question: I'm already vegan, my parents are so I am too. But I'm not losing any weight. They are though. I'm 5'3" and 107 pounds. What are some ways to lose weight, that won't cut into studying and extracurricular and homework time?
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Adino Adino | 4 days ago
1. skipping 2. interval jogging 3. yoga or you can search the video on youtube keyword: jung dayeon
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Adino Originally Answered: Losing weight, that will fit in with my time?
1. skipping 2. interval jogging 3. yoga or you can search the video on youtube keyword: jung dayeon
Adino Originally Answered: Losing weight, that will fit in with my time?
If you are female, your ideal body weight is actually 111 Ibs. (that is for a small frame as well, not sure what your body frame is). So really you are at a good weight now. With that said, I wouldn't focus too much on losing weight (because stress from focusing on it will only make you gain weight) and just try to stay healthy and toned. You say you are vegan, so be very careful and make sure you are getting adequate amounts of the nutrients you need. In my nutrition class I've learned that vegans have to really know what they are doing to not hurt themselves. Aside from getting adequate nutrition, just try doing small exercises here and there. Perhaps in between studies take a break to do a few jumping jacks, or take the stairs instead of elevators; be creative with what you do. There are so many ideas to get in some physical activity without having to actually take an hour to work out. Also, drink plenty of water. Water is extremely important.

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If you are female, your ideal body weight is actually 111 Ibs. (that is for a small frame as well, not sure what your body frame is). So really you are at a good weight now. With that said, I wouldn't focus too much on losing weight (because stress from focusing on it will only make you gain weight) and just try to stay healthy and toned. You say you are vegan, so be very careful and make sure you are getting adequate amounts of the nutrients you need. In my nutrition class I've learned that vegans have to really know what they are doing to not hurt themselves. Aside from getting adequate nutrition, just try doing small exercises here and there. Perhaps in between studies take a break to do a few jumping jacks, or take the stairs instead of elevators; be creative with what you do. There are so many ideas to get in some physical activity without having to actually take an hour to work out. Also, drink plenty of water. Water is extremely important.
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Quella Quella
Just because you're vegan doesn't mean you're eating properly. Potato chips and soda are vegan. Make sure you're getting enough fiber, protein, and calcium with plants, and drink enough water. You want to know what I do to help lose weight? When I wake up and when I go to bed 4-5 days a week: 300 frog legs (google them), 200 calf raises, 25 real sit ups, 40 push ups. I started doing 1/3 of that 2 months ago. I've lost about 8 pounds, but that's because I don't really do anything else, no running or anything. It only takes up about a half hour. Good luck.
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Quella Originally Answered: What am I doing wrong? I'm not losing any more weight?
It's probably because although you're burning a lot of fat, your muscles are growing and getting heavier due to the amount of exercise, meaning your weight increases. This is nothing to worry about - it still means you're fit and healthy Measurements such as a waist to hip ratio is more accurate when measuring weight loss, because just your weight alone does not indicate just how much fat there is on your body, because it also takes into account bones, water, and in your case muscle. Hope this helped :)

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