There is no silver bullet to losing weight and
CBT: CBT outlines us with some strategies we can utilize on our own to deal with our psychological problems by altering our thought patterns. Here you will look out for your own negative self talk and make a note of what it is saying. You will then look out for the ones that are creating the issues - such as 'what happens if I fall?', 'I need some comfort food' or 'I hate myself'. Now that you know what these are you then aim to stop yourself whenever you find you are thinking similar again and instead make a concerted effort to use more positive affirmations instead such as 'I have to try'. By constantly repeating these affirmations in your mind when you are worried and where you would once have had damaging self talk, you can potentially lead this to become your more natural way of thinking so that you someday always think positively.
Another part of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is to challenge your negative self talk and to call its bluff - by standing up to your worries and jumping in to whatever it is you are afraid off. That way you prove to yourself that the concern was based on nothing.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can aid your attempts at shedding unwanted weight then by teaching you not to want sweets for instance. Just tell yourself whenever you get an urge an urge to eat some: 'I don't like it when I eat sweet snacks', and that way with time you will find you stop craving them. At the same time you can also use CBT to avoid the negative thoughts that lead to you normally staying at home instead of going to the gym. Listen out for thoughts like 'I'm too tired' and replace them with ones like 'I have to try'.
Interval Training: Interval training must be one of the best ways to burn fat quickly. Here you divide your CV into intervals where you will run faster for a bit before jogging less quickly for a while to allow your system to recover in readiness for the subsequent intensive burst. In lots of ways this strategy works similarly to using 'sets' and 'reps' with resistance training, as you again use periods of recuperation to work yourself harder when you go full on. This means that you can increase your overall pulse throughout the exercise and so get rid of more calories in less time. It isn't recommended of course for anyone with any medical issues to partake in cardio this severe without speaking with a healthcare professional first.
Incidental Training: Incidental training is training that you 'just happen' to do, and that becomes a part of your daily life. So for instance you might just so happen to carry a heavy backpack to work and opt to do this with a stretched out arm, or you might choose to take the stairs instead of walking, or you might opt to jog whenever you go to your local convenience store. See how many of these you can fit in to your daily routine.