I think walking is an underrated exercise - running is ok but not necessary if you don’t like it. Walking’s also less harsh on your joints and sustainable. Group activities like hiking / fitness classes or whatever can be fun too if you can find someone who will go consistently with you
Technically resistance workouts can slowly build muscle but you may notice your weight stay the same / increase if you do that. But muscle is more metabolically active than fat so you’d burn more calories eventually. So even a home workout consisting of push-ups, sit-ups, squats and some other stuff could be fine + just increase over time. But honestly just do whatever is sustainable: walking is totally fine and is actually smart to do
Food-wise (more important than above^) - idk I guess just try to substitute some things? Eg if you eat a plate of rice normally, change it to 70% rice + 30% veggies. Drink more water too - not tooo much but ensure you’re hydrated - 1.5-2L a day isn’t bad to start
cut all sugar
and i mean ALL sugar. no soft drinks d. no chocolate unless its 100% cocoa. and so on and so forth but LITERALLY NO SUGAR AT ALL in ANY thing u eat at all.
i lost 5kg in a week with this shit
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