Become more active.
You may not have exercised in a long time. The thought of getting into an exercise routine can be scary for some people. Even if you can’t imagine being able to exercise right now, when the weight starts coming off, you’ll begin to think of exercise as your personal time. Time you have to yourself that makes you feel and look better.
Starting slow and gradually building up your activity level will help you get stronger, have more energy and burn the calories you need to lose weight. Walking 30 minutes a day is a great way to burn fat. Treadmills, stationary bicycles and swimming are also good forms of exercise. Your Weight Loss Surgical Center practitioner will have recommendations and exercise resources you can tap into.
It’s important to start slow and gradually increase the intensity of your exercise. Remember, losing weight is about burning more calories than you consume. So making regular exercise a priority is key to your success.