Extra pounds come creeping in and you never notice them on your thighs or hips even though you should. But when you suddenly realize you weigh more than you should, and you can’t look at yourself in the mirror without feeling ashamed, there is certainly something that must be done. You say it’s too difficult, that you can’t do it, that cutting down on calories is something unimaginable.  But there are some things that you can do in order to regain the body that you lost while being fair and honest with yourself. Here are some of our tips:


  1. Get a Notebook

It may not sound all shiny and interesting, but keeping track of what you eat on a normal basis will help you reduce calories in places you never acknowledged before. Switch normal fat products and high calorie ones with their low-fat/low-calorie counterpart.

  1. Don’t drink Empty Calories

A juice has sugar and sugar means calories. Substitute everything you drink with normal still water- preferably 2-3 liters per day. This will hydrate you and make your weight loss easier.

  1. King, Prince, Pauper

Try to eat as little as possible in the evenings, so that you give your body the chance to digest what you had throughout the day. Besides sparing the calories, you will wake up feeling great.

  1. Hunger Attacks

They happen, the key is to know how to manage them. Allow yourself a small slip-up from time to time. A small piece of chocolate will not get you fat again, but an entire one, daily will.

  1. Balance the Diet

Even if you are eating low-fat, low-calorie, don’t forget to have a complete macronutrient content in your food. Eat fresh fruit and vegetables, high-fiber foods and low fat milk products, so that you cover all bases. It will sometimes feel hard to “keep clean”, but there are many supplements that you can add to your diet. You can always check out the TRIMSPA original formula for help, but never forget, your mind is the key to getting where you want to go.

  1. Get Your Groove On

Exercising is as important as diet. Start out small, dance around the house, go for a jog, and increase your level of difficulty as you go along.

  1. Write Training Sessions Down

This will motivate you tremendously. Seeing that you have decided to stick to your plan will motivate you even better to take the next step.

  1. Don’t Push Back

Never postpone training sessions, it will just keep you farther away from the body that you want and you will start to lose the motivation that got you into working out in the first place. When you know exactly when and where you want to train, or better yet, if you have a workout buddy, you won’t have any other choice than to go as planned.

  1. Be patient

You can’t expect to lose an immense amount of weight all at once. Set yourself up to about 3 pounds per week because losing more means that muscle mass is also being destroyed, and muscle mass is what keeps your metabolism up. A steady weight loss curve will ensure that you also keep those pounds off.

  1. Believe

Believing in yourself is crucial because it gives you the strength you need to keep going. Never belittle yourself and keep going no matter how hard.