10 Foolproof Ways To Shed A Great Deal of Weight in 2 Weeks

By | December 30, 2018

6. DOUBLE UP YOUR MOVEMENTS
Your workouts don’t have to be long, you could do 20 minutes of cardio in the morning and some dumbbell exercises on lunch break or after dinner – but it must be done daily. The more quick workouts you can fit in, from 4-minute Tabata exercises to a 30 minute abdominal class, the better. Also, take the stairs whenever possible instead of using an elevator. You’ve heard it before, but simple changes like this are a great way to get incidental exercise, and burn calories without planning a workout.

7. SWEAT, SWEAT, SWEAT
Enjoy a bit of luxury “me time” in the hot tub or steam room and lose weight at the same time. Steaming and sweating will help to rid your body of toxins and water weight, plus it’s good for your skin!

8. DRINK ONLY WATER
You can have some coffee or tea before a workout for some extra energy. But no sports drinks, juice, or soda – they all have sugar. Spice up your water with sliced cucumber, mint leaves, belly-busting blueberries, lemon, or even fresh ginger. Plus, drink a glass of water before each meal to feel fuller and to avoid overeating. While water doesn’t have a magical fat-burning property, being hydrated can stop overeating, as many people confuse thirst with hunger.

9. DON’T SET THE ALARM
Sleep is the cornerstone of losing weight because of its impact it has on your hormones that affects fat storage and fat burning. The more sleep you get, the better your fat burning hormones work—as simple as it can get.

10. TRY THE 2-WEEK DIET
One of the big mistakes that many women make and thus not lose weight is that they overcomplicate things. With weight loss, often times, simplicity is best.

If you think you’ll find it hard to follow the above tips and require more structure and discipline to losing weight, then consider using The 2 Week Diet plan. The 2 Week Diet plan only has a few smart, easy-to-follow guidelines that are most effective for superior results—and the guidelines are all backed by science.