The fastest ways to lose weight will always consist of a combined fat loss nutrition and weight loss workout plan, both of which increase your calorie deficit. It all comes down to the calories you consume.
If you consume more calories than you burn off through all your physical activity, then you are going to put on fat. So what are the fastest ways to lose weight?
(Obviously surgery – as in liposuction – is the quickest way to lose weight, but that goes against the grain of this site. This site is all natural!)
Fastest Ways To Lose Weight Through Your Diet
There’s no way around it. You have to follow a healthy diet to lose weight. To be blunt, it’s fat loss nutrition or fat gain nutrition…your choice!
But if you want to maximize your weight loss, you need to look beyond simple calorie restriction. If you want to incorporate exercise into your routine, then you want to eat to get the most out of your exercise too.
Take a look at the article on nutrition and physical fitness for more on this.
Also, there has been much evidence that suggests some supplements may help with weight loss. I’m not talking about any miracle supplements you might see on TV which aren’t worth a single penny, but super supplements that aid with your nutrition. For example, chromium supplements have been used for several years to help control blood sugar levels, which help reduce sugar cravings.
Fastest Ways To Lose Weight Through Physical Exercise
And then there’s your weight loss workout plan. To maximize you weight loss, there’s nothing better than combining exercise with your nutrition efforts.
But not all exercise is equal when it comes to fat loss. Aerobic exercise routines will always help. The more you do, the more calories you burn, the more weight you lose.
But there has been much research into high intensity interval training in recent years. Specifically, HIIT training is a great fat burner. I use this personally when in a fat burning phase, as do many people I know. See the HIIT workout for an idea on this type of training.
And then there is the very short but ultra high intensity Tabata training. These are very short sessions, lasting only 4 minutes in total. You can perform 1 on it’s own, or perform 2 or 3 sessions one after the other. Take a look at the Tabata squats video for a look at this type of workout. You’ll be amazed at how good these are. You can even tag one of these Tabata session to the end of a traditional aerobic exercise routine to finish you off. They are simply great!
I believe that these high intensity workouts should find their way into everyone’s weight loss workout plan. For more on these, and other workouts, have a look at the list of free workout plans. See what suits you, or modify them to fit in with your ultimate fitness goals.