Take your measurements when you start a weight loss plan. While you may lose pounds regularly in the beginning, there may be weeks when you don't see the scale move. When this happens take your measurements again and compare with your original numbers. Knowing that you are getting smaller, will give you the motivation that you need when the scale seems stuck.
Instead of trying to chose a number for a weight loss goal, try using a different type of measurement. Have a pair of pants that you love but don't fit? Make your goal to fit into those pants. This will take your attention away from the scale, which is not always an accurate measurement of weight loss.
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A practice that will help one lose weight is to replace time spent watching television or movies with time doing physical activities. By exercising in some way as opposed to sitting in a couch or chair will translate into more calories being burned and more healthy activity during time that would have been spent sitting.
Diet with a friend for faster results in your weight loss goals. Having a partner that you talk to and check in with on a regular basis, gives some accountability to your weight loss plans. By having to answer to someone else, you are less likely to cheat on your meals or skip out on your exercise.