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It is estimated that greater than 60% of the population is overweight, and greater than 30% is considered obese and likely to face grave health issues as a result. The hectic pace of modern life often makes it difficult to allocate time to gyms and personal trainers, and fad diets are usually exercises in self deprivation that have mixed long term results. It is possible to lose weight by making subtle lifestyle changes though - it doesn't take much to stack a few of these lifestyle changes on top of each other and obtain results that will help in your weight loss goals!No Sweat Weight Loss: 25 Life Hacks for Losing Weight and an Introduction to FitnessThis book is for anyone who is looking to lose weight. You might be someone looking to lose that last stubborn 10 pounds or you may be someone who is looking to start on your 100+ pound weight loss journey. The truth is, the modern world is conspiring against us to keep us sedentary and overweight. Most of us spend our days of work or leisure in front of a computer or commuting while sitting on our backsides. The fact that anyone today can manage to be “normal weight” is quite frankly a miracle.This book will help you on your journey by providing:- 25 life hacks to start using today to lose weight- Introduction to a walking program to lose weight- Introduction to body weight exercises to build strength and lose weight- 18 suggested bodyweight exercises to get you startedGet started today and see how easy it is to start trimming pounds!

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No Sweat Weight Loss: 25 Life Hacks for Losing Weight and an Introduction to Fitness

No Sweat Weight Loss

Sophia Langley

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Section I: 25 Life Hacks for Weight Loss

Section II: Beginning a Fitness Program

Conclusion

Introduction

The process of losing weight can seem like an insurmountable task that many people abandon long before taking the first step in a weight loss program. If you are reading this and are concerned about losing weight, take solace in the fact that you are not alone. In the United States it is estimated that greater than 60% of the population is overweight.  Furthermore, greater than 30% are considered obese and likely to face grave health issues as a result. People are struggling with their weight more now than in any other time in history, but the path to weight loss needn’t be a difficult one paved with self-denial.

Who this book is for

This book is for anyone who is looking to lose weight. You might be someone looking to lose that last stubborn 10 pounds or you may be someone who is looking to start on your 100+ pound weight loss journey. The truth is, the modern world is conspiring against us to keep us sedentary and overweight. Most of us spend our days of work or leisure in front of a computer or commuting while sitting on our backsides. The fact that anyone today can manage to be “normal weight” is quite frankly a miracle.

If you are someone who has the luxury of belonging to a gym or participating in cardio kickboxing classes, that’s even better! Congratulations, as physical exercise is one of the best ways to lose weight. Unfortunately, in today’s hectic life, exercise programs can be a time and finance commitment that many people simply cannot afford. Ironically, as the workforce has changed from manual work to more sedentary labor, costs of living have also risen requiring people to work longer hours, keeping many of us from indulging in physical exercise. This book is for those people too, offering an alternative to arduous workout programs.

What this book is not

While this book contains suggestions and strategies about the way you eat, this is not a diet book. Diet books typically come in two flavors: books that advocate the types of foods to eat to live a healthy lifestyle, and books that contain an eating strategy devised to help you lose weight. The latter type of books I classify as the typical “fad diet”, which while sometimes successful more often than not end in frustration for the dieter.

There is no shortage of fad diet plans out there that market to every niche and claim their own success with helping people lose weight. You’ve certainly heard the claims – lose “X” amount of weight in a certain timeframe, cleanse your body of fat, etc. The problem is that many times these diets are usually an exercise in self-deprivation that have very poor long term success rates. Some of the more popular fad diets also recommend avoiding certain nutrients that are necessary for your good long term health.

Nor is this a book outlining a specific physical fitness regime. True, exercise is one of the best ways to lose weight. But jumping right into a physical fitness plan can also be a frustrating experience. Commercial gyms have a long list of clients that sign up for memberships only to stop exercising after one or two months. Exercise can be a difficult discipline to start and maintain. Starting down this path solely for the purpose of weight loss can be a frustrating task and can be difficult to maintain. An active lifestyle is best started as a lifestyle change, and this book advocates exactly that.

What this book is

There are easy, fundamental changes we can make in the way we behave every day that can help us subtly curve the amount of calories we are consuming, or increase the amount of calories we are burning. Consider this: in order to lose one pound of body weight a week a person must create a caloric deficit of 3500 calories, which is the equivalent of 500 calories a day. Following some of the lifestyle changes in this book can easily help to cut out 500 calories a day for you. Incorporating many of them can lead to more than that! If you choose to change your diet or exercise on top of these tips, your results will grow exponentially!

This book is organized in two sections to help you in your goal to lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle. The first section contains a list of 25 things you can do to change your everyday habits in a way that will help with either avoiding calories or to burn more calories. These are simple lifestyle “hacks” to incorporate to assist you on your weight loss journey.

The second section is a primer to start a physical fitness routine. Jumping in with both feet with a gym membership can be a daunting and frustrating experience, not to mention a costly one. It is not necessary to further subject yourself to stress once you have made the decision to change your lifestyle. There are exercise alternatives such as walking and doing bodyweight exercises at home that will help you begin on your physical fitness journey. If you then progress to the point where you want to purchase a gym membership, you will be increasing your odds of success tenfold.

I genuinely hope this book is inspirational in helping you to achieve your weight loss goals. I am writing as someone who has similarly lost close to 80 pounds using these same techniques and am a healthier and happier person for it. I bid you good fortune on your weight loss journey.

- Sophia Langley

Section I: 25 Life Hacks for Weight Loss

#1 - Stay Hydrated

This tip should be one of the first things that anyone learns for losing weight. If you want to be healthy, and you want to slim down — drink plenty of water. Even those who are completely satisfied with their physical condition should follow this tip.