The first tip is both the most obvious and sometimes the most difficult. Getting started! You can research all the best methods but nothing happens until you get started. Get started today on your weight loss plan and you will have taken the first and most important step.

The next tip is to set a goal. Perhaps you want to lose a certain number of pounds. Maybe you want to lose weight for a certain event that will happen in the summer . Or maybe you want to look good in a swimsuit. Having a goal gives you something to look forward to and to measure your success.

The third tip is a goal that is an incentive for completing the second. Buy an article of clothing but buy it one or more sizes too small. This gives a visual target of where you want to be. Each time you look at that piece of clothing it will be an incentive to continue toward your goal.

Get out your tape measure. Often times when one starts a diet plan the weight loss will not be evident because the loss of fat will coincide with a gain of muscle. The result is a slow loss of weight because the replacement muscle weighs more than fat. A tape measure will allow you to measure the parts of the body and see that you are losing the fat although it is not readily noticeable yet.

Finally the last tip I will give is to not do anything you don’t like. This is because if you don’t like it you won’t do it. If you are one of those who doesn’t like to run then replace the running with walking , swimming , or maybe a treadmill. If a certain food in a diet is one you don’t care for then replace it with a comparable one that you like.

In conclusion follow these tips and you will be on your way to a successful weight loss.

Ronald Cheese is a soon to be retired school teacher.One of the diet plans that plans that promises a money back guarantee is Strip That Fat. Visit his web site at or for more information on how to get started losing those excess pounds.

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