Rules: Winning Tactics
Your Weight Loss Problem: How-To Cure It By
Watching Movies Or Reading Books!
by Beth Scott
I don’t know anything about you but if you’re anything like me then you
struggle with a weight loss problem.
Your weight loss problem consists of you struggling to keep your weight
down or struggling to make your weight go down.
Most people who see me wouldn’t believe that I have a weight loss
problem, but I do.
I’ve battled bulimia and constant gains and losses in weight, of ten
pounds each time. Thats what I call a big weight loss problem.
A lot of women and men with the same or a similar weight loss problem
would sympathize with me I’m sure.
I want to look good (who doesn’t?) so that always motivates me to go on
But after sticking to a diet for a week and dropping the unwanted
weight my love for good tasting food overpowers my need to feel
And the weight piles back on pound by pound.
There is always exercise to help with a weight loss problem, I remind
myself as I lie lazily on the couch chomping down on one of my non-diet
“Sure!” I groan “I don’t feel like wearing my butt out without
seeing any results for weeks at a time.”
Whenever I start a workout regimen I only stick to it for a few weeks
(usually less) and then I get bored and drop it. So my weight
loss problem continues.
How many other women I wondered (or men, for that matter) get bored
I thought about that for awhile then I set about to find a solution to
help all those poor people (and myself too, of course) with this weight
First I asked myself: What did I like to do? What did I find
“Hmmmm, well” I thought “I like dancing, but long periods of it are
exhausting. I like to read, to listen to music, and I really
dislike being on my feet for over long periods of time.
What could possibly combine all or most of these to make my exercising
interesting and help solve my weight loss problem?
The solution to my weight loss problem was amazingly simple!
I own an old stationary bike, and I do mean OLD, but the important
thing is that it operates.
You can do this with any form of stationary bike, whether it’s a twenty
year old model or an up to date model.
It doesn’t matter whether you own the stationary bike or use a gym’s or
your local YMCA’s or YWCA’s facilities.
My weight loss problem solution is
Find something engrossing to read. It could be a novel or your
Or listen to music that you enjoy, you could even use audio books or
any different CD’s or things you could listen to.
I suppose if your bike was somewhere around a television or computer
with a DVD player, you could even watch your favorite movie.
The next step is to mount your stationary bide and start biking while
reading or doing any of the above listed activities, and not to get off
for at least 45 to 60 minutes, except for an occasional rest every
quarter of an hour.
I usually just keep biking away the whole time and sometimes I bike
longer because I’m so engrossed in what I’m reading, and I won’t allow
myself to read it once I’m off the stationary bike.
After a week of this, without change in my eating habits, or any
dieting, I’m maintaining a healthy weight. Best of all I’m not
putting on any new pounds, and my legs look visibly slimmer.
So I've kissed my weight loss problem goodbye, and I'm saying hello to
slim jeans and size 6 dresses, and you can too.
For the first time in a long while I actually look forward to putting
on a bikini.
If this method isn’t appealing to you or just doesn’t work, you should
try visiting Brad Callen’s
Fast Weight Loss
website. He gives excellent weight loss advice for those seeking
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