-1. Add foods to your diet instead of cutting them.
Add in healthy goodies you really love, like deep-red cherries, juicy grapes, or crunchy snow peas. Slip those favorite fruits into your bag lunch and breakfast cereal; add the veggies into soups, stews, and sauces. Adding in really works, taking away never does – but at the same time, remember to keep an eye on overall calories. And don’t forget to add in something physical, too, whether it’s doing a few dance moves before dinner, shooting hoops, or taking a quick stroll with your dog.
-2. Forget About Working Out
If the word ‘exercise’ inspires you to create excuses to avoid it,then don’t ‘exercise’. Maybe the trick to enjoying a workout may be to never call it working out. Once you start your not-calling-it-exercise plan, you’ll discover the way good health feels and it will knock down the roadblocks that were preventing you from exercising in the first place.
So burn calories and invigorate muscles by doing what you like – it could be riding bikes, grass skiing, making snow angels, hiking, washing the car, playing Frisbee, chasing the dog around the yard, or even enjoying great on-top-of-him sex – the key is to keep moving by doing what you enjoy.