1. Bring food to work instead of eating out. This allows more choice in what to eat, instead of merely being able to choose from what's being served. 2. Related to #1: You can still eat a lot, but choose what you eat. The goal is to consume more complex carbohydrates and fiber. So this means, wheat bread instead of white bread, same with rice, red/brown instead of white. 3. Sleep properly, at least eight hours a day. 4. Use the stairs as much as possbile. Especially when it's time to go home, you can afford to sweat it out by walking down the stairs. 5. Unless you're super-tired, sick or it's flooded, walk instead of taking a tricycle. 6. If you aren't shopping for a lot, use a basket instead of a shopping cart. 7. Do not spend endless hours on the internet writing lists like this. Get up and move around!
for your fat - Eat foods which are easy to digest...veggies man...no junk foods allowed...eat chocolate for hyper factor needed for you training...eat before you get hungry, a little of everything may do...eat whatever you wanna eat so you won't crave...
for your 6pack - sit ups, crunches, streching, proper breathing, swimming
This is based on my experience No white rice,less sweets avoids soda,no oily foods,just eat vegetables and fruits,fish and chicken no meat like pork,and drink supplements like magoesteen Just consult your doctor before you start your low carb diet.
avoid if not eliminate SOS - Salt, Oil, Sweets. Believe it or not, what you are eating is already loaded with these specially if you are not selective, so no need to add more.
here's my take no this... don't/never aim to lose weight and use it as an objective. it works yes, but IMO and most of time based on what i see from others, it's just a perfect setup to fail. aim for something else like i want my normalize my cholesterol level or whatever it is that needs fixing in you 'internally.' do this and your weight and/or figure will follow. think of those as just the effect of what you're doing.
weightloss for me is a cliche. what weight do you want to lose? muscle fiber or fat? both of which will yield to weightloss. again, aim for something deeper/higher. give yourself objective parameters (see above). here's the thing, being thinner or having a normal weight doesn't mean you are healthy. ika nga sa commercial, asa dugo lang yan. i know a lot of people who got 'fit' figures but have other problems such as hyper/hypo tension, high readings, etc... i hope this makes sense.
on the lighter side, pano kung pumayat ka at di ka na cute? kung magmuka kang matanda? so ayaw mo na pumayat?
just be active, do whatever you can do 'by yourself.' if you can't perform any physical endeavor by yourself (ie need a buddy), forget it. it's a guaranteed failure - trust me i've seen this a lot of times. don't get dragged by pressure.