No fuss weight loss

Use these easy exercises to have fun while you gently shed some kilos and improve your heath.

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Pull some weeds
Gardening is another fantastic way to get out, get active and lose weight. Spend a few hours each weekend pulling weeds, pruning, and generally sprucing up the outside of your house. Then, when the weather warms up, throw a garden party to celebrate all your hard work. Remember, it’s important to reward yourself occasionally, so enjoy a slice of cake along with your guests.

Wear weights
Get a set of wrist and ankle weights from your local sports store. You can wear them while you perform everyday activities, such as cooking, doing the laundry, walking to the shops, or gardening. Even a small amount of weight will help you to shed the kilos. Weight-bearing exercise is particularly important for women over 50 years of age, as it helps to maintain bone density and avoid osteoporosis.

Throw away your 'fat' clothes
Once you have dropped a size or two throw away your ‘fat’ clothes. The idea of buying a whole new wardrobe to replace them will help to maintain your new figure. It will also stop you from wearing clothing which is too big – you’ve worked for your new body, so why not show it off?
More information
It’s never too late to start exercising. The healthier your body is the longer you will be able to stay in your own home and out of aged care facilities and retirement homes as you get older. Learn the facts about obesity at the Better Health Channel Obesity fact page.

Have your say
Do you have any fun tips for losing weight? Share some pointers with your fellow subscribers in the comments below.

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    21st Feb 2014
    why NOT TRY DANCING? An hours dancing, whether it's line dancing, ballroom dancing or rock & roll/swing dancing can burn off 600 calories as well as having many other major benefits

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