It’s way past halfway through the year now and yet you find yourself having not exactly been able to keep up with that New Year’s lose weight resolution. Don’t beat yourself up about it, as about 75% of New Year’s resolutions generally fall by the way side, so it’s not just you. The important thing is that you get started now – you don’t have to wait for next year to roll around in order to start getting healthy.
While there are bunches of products on the shelves that purport to help weight loss, and dozens of fad diets that you could try – not only are most of them unhealthy – they are expensive too.
So, here is how you can lose weight without breaking the bank:
See your doctor first
It is important to get a check-up before you embark on any sort of weight loss program. They will weigh you, check your cholesterol and blood pressure levels, and will then be able to advise you on what kind of sport you can do and the level which you should take it on. This is especially important if you have niggling injuries, if these were occurred through work then your doctor could advise some personal injury solicitors or you could simply ask where to find a solicitor.
Free online resources
If you are someone who likes structure then you may be tempted to get an eating plan or exercise plan from a professional or gym. However, this can be extraordinarily expensive and most of the plans can be found online. Healthy eating plans, free exercise plans and general advice on how to lose weight is incredibly easy to come by and simple Google searches will provide you with a bunch of options.
Not all healthy food is expensive
The problem is that it is much cheaper to buy cheap take away food rather than buying ingredients to make your own, and many diet plans incorporate things like salmon and almonds on a daily basis. The fact of the matter is that those kinds of food are expensive and not everyone can afford them on a daily basis, however it is easy to substitute cheaper healthy food into your diet. For example, instead of salmon you can have a can of tuna, and instead of almonds you can have a boiled egg or snack on fresh beans.
Exercise for free
While joining a gym or exercise program is a nice thought – it is also incredibly expensive and not entirely necessary. Take advantage of free exercise options like walking and running, swimming in the public pool, hiking and at home workouts that can be found online. Join a friend for motivation or take part in one of the many 100 sit ups a day challenges or booty sculpting months – there is so much information and motivation right at the tips of your fingers that you can take advantage of.
As you can see, lose weight doesn’t have to be an expensive undertaking and you can look good without breaking the bank.
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