Increase Weight Reduction Success – 5 Weight Loss Tactics that actually work


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Simply walking for 30 min 5 days a week at 3mph is enough to burn an extra 815 calories per week for a 165lb person. That is a almost a third of a pound a week just by itself, not including the overall increase in metabolism it will cause. The real key with physical activity is it has to be something you enjoy. Here are 10 weight loss tips that actually work to reduce your extra Fat.

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  • Awsome video!!!!
    Layne, If we walk around 10 to 15 steps per day as daily activity, those extra calories burned, counts as cardio?
    Thank you!!��

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  • Never thought I would disagree with your approach, but I do.
    Energy imbalance OK, but it does not help me identify cause.
    I am one of those obese people who can accumulate fat on a starvation diet. So yes, very low input, but my body’s weight regulation is out of whack, because my body still manages to accumulate fat, which means that the calories out also drops to a low level.
    So my additional challenge is to restore my body’s ability to regulate weight, attention for: food and exercise and sleep type, quantity and frequency, hormonal balance, energy distribution in body, and so on. I still do not have the answer, but I do know that allthough the idea of energy imbalance holds true, it does not help me deal with or even identify the underlying cause. If 500 less calories in leads to 550 less calories out, then I am even further away fom a solution. If 500 more calories in leads to 550 more calories out, that would be a step in the right direction ��.

  • Any advice for losing weight with type 1 diabetes. Those insulin injections basically guaranteed everything is stored as fat:/. I have not touched any quick carbs and have had limited “slow” carbs but seems that weight is gathering around the stomach more than anywhere.

  • Meri age 20year ka hai please aap mujhe mere pure din ka diet plan btao jise follow karke mai aapne metabolism ko boost kar saku please aap hme ye btao please

  • All you need to really do is

    100 pushups
    100 situps
    100 squats
    10km run

    Repeat every single day for 3 years

    Don’t forget to eat 3 meals a day. Just a banana in the morning is fine.

  • I am skinny but I wanna be skinnier!! Lol I’m so addicted to weight loss I’m only 10 yrs old I don’t know if that’s bad or good please reply

    -i think his is the best team in the holle yt <3
    TEAM GLARMS ��☁️
    btw sorry for my bad english but u help a lot and im gona suport you all

  • Dear Glamrs, I lost 15 kilos of weight and was featured in Times of India. I would like to use Glamrs platform to motivate n help others who want to lose weight

  • Hardest thing about diet is sticking to it for long periods of time, anyone can diet 2 days but rarely anyone can do that for year +

  • I have undergone hip surgery last year in may 2019 and also toe surgery. Can I do squats as I am having belly fat and right now my age is 32 years. Please reply

  • Nice video! I have similar value-packed videos as well and I take requests. Also whoever is reading this, I want you to know that you are beautiful no matter what and if you don’t think so, I think you are. Stay motivated!:)

  • Summary
    -Drink water first thing in the morning
    -Eat well balanced meals and dont skip meals
    -Eat snacks in small portions
    -Exercise & eating right helps speeding up the weight loss process
    -Dont skip breakfast
    -Eating times should be consistent and avoid eating late at night or right before bed.
    -Get a good amount of sleep

  • Hey glamrs. Ik it’s out of context but there’s a simple request, if you could try some zero waste ideas and cruelty free products for a clean and ethical beauty lifestyle and promote them♥️. I’m sure your platform is trustable.

  • This is literally the best weight loss blog.I watch it in every day, for a long time.
    I’m also grateful I found a link @t, it help me a lot to lose weight. Hope this method to help others too.

  • There’s also research that suggests that eating breakfast may have an opposite effect on weight loss. And there is no one study that confirms both sides of the argument. So it’s totally up to the person to eat or skip breakfast. Watch a Vox video.

  • Absolutely awesome series. Watched all of them in a row, every week.
    I’ve been having a general idea in how this works but these past 5 episodes so well polished and excellently structured, anyone should be able to understand it very well.
    This deserves all the likes in the universe.
    Thanks Layne. You’re the best.

  • If I am trying to lose fat and I’m 25-30% bf is it acceptable to break the carb/fat ratio 65%f 35% carb. I know you stated you can break it up how you would like but given the amount of body fat would this ratio be ok. If not what ratio range is best.
    Thanks for the content

  • I took a diet break for two weeks. I also track calories /macros consistently. It seems that 2100 to 2200 cals is my maintenance at the moment.
    I tried to take one week off but ended up taking the second week off.
    Actually I am considering taking a 2 week diet break every 4 to 6 weeks. I am on 2nd week of dieting after my break but I do believe I may take a next two weeks off at the end of July.
    I dont mind slow. I do like the idea of sustainability and keep off the fat removed

  • Get muscles like me, I got 7kg of lean muscle mass in two months only. I visited website called NextLevelDiet, they provided me with 30 days diet meal plan and training plan. Their tips helped me to gain muscles as well.

  • Fantastic… as someone who’s taken 3 courses on biochemistry I found the balance between science and practical advice just perfect in the video series. Gonna check out the book for sure.

  • This is a work in progress, but I’ve made a spreadsheet calculator using the formulas in the Fat Loss Forever book by Layne Norton and Peter Baker. It has a Caloric Intake Calculator, Macro Calculator, and provides 3 methods of body fat estimation. It is not intended to track, but simply to provide numbers to plug into your favorite tracking app.

  • These 5 episodes have helped me so much-I am so glad I stumbled upon your videos. I appreciate your straightforwardness (and you didn’t curse as much either) and easy to understand steps to fat loss. I am very ashamed to admit, but I have overeaten my way through five years of <> to lose weight. My mindset is changed and now my habits are changed. Sometimes I cannot see the forest for the trees-It’s not magic, etc. I will be able to lose this excess fat. I am going to be in that 5% because of my consistently, good habits not my herculean willpower or existential weight loss formulas/fads/excuses. lol Thank you again, Layne. Good day to you:)

  • Is there truth to fat cell count increases in obese people but doesn’t go back down after losing which makes them more prone to regain (due to hunger signaling hormones)? Recent research around autophagy and fasting make me wonder if that might be a way to actually kill fat cells and give a sort of ‘reset’ to baseline hunger signals. Have you researched this at all or does it seem plausible?

  • One thing I don’t remember hearing you cover during this series is how to factor in “calories burned during exercise” when calculating your maintenance/deficit number. If my maintenance is say 2500 so I eat 2100 a day BUT burn an additional 1000 from exercise, should my intake numbers increase by that 1000? When calculating your BMR they always ask for the “activity” level which will increase your daily input. I’ve tried eating those additional calories (on days where I lift) and always end up gaining weight. I’ve heard “experts” talk about “starvation mode” where you eat too little per day but is that really even a thing? If so, when does “starvation mode” kick in? When you tip that balance of losing LBM at 50% or more? Just wondering how to think about this. I exercise a lot (sometimes cardio in the morning with a lift in the afternoon). I eat 2000 a day. But I sit for a job and most of the time when not exercising. So finding that right number to stay in a deficit is very difficult.

  • I will try this in..corona period so i can loose weight and became fit.. i also sees some exercises from your channel that was very helpful for me…i do these exercises very easily,comfortably and without any problem….thnx a lot mam

  • Love this series of 5 videos. This episode focusses on the calories in. Is there a video coming on the calories out side of the scales? Ways to influence the various components of calories out?

  • Glamrs you are so cute ����
    And I feel comfortable with your videos and voice ��❣️
    Very helpful and you explained very well ��
    Totally the video was SUPERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ����

  • 10% start weight in 6 months?? I was 80 kg 10%=8 kg… i am loosing 5 kg of weight every month…. it will take me like only 2-3 more months to become 65kg….

  • Would it be racist if there was a study done on genetic differences in metabolism preference type/speed? You mentioned the Mueller equation covers LBM etc but genetics seem like it would be one of the most critical aspects in determining diet style and caloric intake

  • I remember when I was 16 I lost 12 pounds in 2 weeks by just eating broccoli and chicken and attending Volleyball practice 5/7 days then sleeping almost the other portion of days, granted my grades took a hit but I lost weight fast and got faster and stronger in a short amount of time

  • This is fantastic content and I am grateful that I found it. Great series. This should have millions of views. Thank you for making this and sharing the knowledge.

  • Stoked on all your knowledge! What’s your opinion on where you draw the line with how much protein is too much in the context of renal health and when that could begin to show adverse effects on the kidneys?
    Also, at what point does too much protein become unnecessaryis there an upper limit of how much protein our bodies are able to use efficiently (in the context of hypertrophy)??

    Thanks, Layne!

  • great explanation Layne, have you measured lean mass to fat mass throughout? as well some science to show on humans of this measurement throughout the weight loss period and what “weight” exactly was changed? thx

  • We know that the lower the body fat % the bigger the lean mass trade off. So if there is someone who is male 6foot tall 250lb with 200lb of lean mass,that being 20% body fat, can that person be more aggressive in fat loss without risking as much lean mass loss? Let’s say till 15% body fat is reached. Then moderate to 0.8 to 1% of body mass per week till the desired 10% or under is achieved. As Opposed to someone who is already at 12%-15% starting out.

  • Thanks for your content Layne. For years I practiced the Body For Life program on and off. Like you said, you have to think about the diet AFTER the diet and I never did. I’d successfully get through 12 weeks of training and dieting but then would go back into my normal lifestyle and it doesn’t work. ANYTHING can work as far as training and diet but NONE of it will ever be successful if not maintained in some fashion. Looking forward to reading your book my friend I always love your videos! Paul Revelia sent me here!

  • How do you recover from a lower metabolic rate after a long period of caloric deficit? Ive been really low for a long time and losing 110+ lbs. Is there a way to do it because it seems like my maintenance is at or below 2000 now.

  • I found the Muller equation after some searching:

    (13.587 x LBM) + (9.613 x Fat Mass) + (198 + 1 for male or 0 for female) (3.351 x Age) + 674

    I found it from

  • If you don’t do resistance training you are going to fail no matter what diet you are on and even if you stick to it forever, sarcopenia will start kicking in more as you age

  • This is a Great watch. I can admire he depth of understanding Layne has on this topic because of how simple he can explain it. Well Done!

  • So if we are taking into account calories in vs. calories out for study control purposes is this assuming that said person is weight training relatively close to ideal volume, when looking at all your nutrition focused videos? (I’m just trying to put it all together lol) [ I’m new to this so I apologize if this seems to be a question of ignorance. It’s just lack of experience I’m trying to keep up, but I feel like the only airhead in the room lol]

  • 2 questions. With regards to losing more then 1% body weight a week to minimise muscle loss does it make it better to increase cardio rather then lower calories to preserve mass?

    Also how often do you recalculate your maintenance While in a cutting phase?

  • I just need to know if I could still reverse diet I’ve been eating about 17 to 1800 calories after my 128 lb loss I’ve been around 1800 calories for about a year now and I’ve gained about 20 pounds back can I still reverse diet and fix it do I also stop cardio on the reverse diet really need help really need these answers please thank you your videos are awesome I know they help a lot of people hope they can help me

  • What about insulin resistance, metabolic issues, blood sugar rollercoasters? And what about not all carbs are equal it seems. For some keto helps break a food addiction to sugar. Same with fasting or so it seems to me. And what about inflammation and gut health? Most of these things get addressed when the keto diet is implemented. But when then I do agree with taking diet breaks and eating more carbs now and then. I’m sticking with keto until I reach my goal weight then figuring a roation that allows a few more carbs. Not sure of that rotation yet. In the mean time My gut health is way better, less bloating, skin health is better, dental health is better, and energy levels better.

  • I hope I`d learned this particular sooner! I would`ve shed 14 pounds years back. This method doesn’t ask you to alter your diet or perhaps you must work out. It only reduce your urge for food to it with out sacrificing your health. Google can help you to research it. Program’s name is under.
    Bella Kaγozko
    good luck

  • Would be great to see how you build a meal plan (or structure your meals since I know you hate them) based on these numbers as I find that’s the hardest part.

  • love the series great information and will rewatch to retain more info. would you be willing to make a series on dieting for gaining I know it’s caloric surplus but would love to know more on the science and effects of carbs and fats trying to lean bulk

  • Thanks for the great video. I hope you can confirm for me. I’m 53, so taking a 1.5% increase from 220 (my calculated amount) for a total of 23 years (man, when did that happen) would = 336gand that I need to use this to determine leftover macros for carb and fat (rather than the 220)? Is that right? Thank you!