Anonymous asked:

ok so i decided I'm going on a diet and exercise cause I'm a bit over weight. its been 9 days, 5 of which i was on my period. on day 4 I weighed 170.8 and on day 8 I weighed 170.6. I have been running 3 miles everyday PLUS eating super healthy!!Why I didn't i loose more weight?

Girl it’s been 9 days, give it more time. A plant doesn’t immediately grow after you water it, weight loss needs the same patience and care. People usually start seeing results after about a month.

Anonymous asked:

Stupid question, but - when I am running in a town and there are traffic lights- when it is red light for me, I do not what to do. Should I continue running (on a place) or should I stop and start running again when it turns green. :D :D The reason why I ask this, is because running on a place seems stupid for me :D (not when others do that, but when I do it myself) at the same time, when I stop, my pace goes off.

It’s up to you, I stop and take a mini break and get back on pace with no problem but you can run in place if it keeps up your flow

Anonymous asked:

Do you recommend any diets? Like paleo or LCHF or these kind? I would like to change my eating habits and I tought maybe having some kind of "rules" helps that..

Some people find guidelines helpful, some don’t. Personally, having rules on what I should/shouldn’t eat doesn’t work for me - the only rule I follow is to balance the snacks and indulgences with “clean”, healthy foods. If you want to discipline your eating without having to go on a specific diet, try using a food journal or tracker - you’ll be more mindful of how and what you eat and hopefully make necessary changes.

Anonymous asked:

Hi, love your tumblr! I just want to get some advice about food... i work out 3 times a day and eat (more or less) clean food but still doesnt see any differences, do you have any list of food to avoid or need to eat for loosing weight and clean eating? Thanks anyway for your blog, it inspires me a lot!

First, thanks! Second, holy shit 3x a day is a lot. If you’re working out heavily, you need to make sure you’re eating enough to support that much energy output - if you’re female, at least around 2,000-2,500 calories, more if you’re male. Under eating, which is easier when you consume mostly “clean” foods, actually deters weight loss by storing fat instead of burning it, which is possibly why you don’t see a difference. If you are eating enough, then you’ve probably hit a plateau which can usually be overcome by mixing up your workouts (if you focus on cardio, switch to more weight training, vice versa) and shocking your body to push through.