Sounds like the night shift plays havoc on your energy levels as well as eating habits.
You need to find a way to minimize sleep distractions and get more sleep.
The rest should be easier to sort out after that.
On average, about 300-350km per week, and Sundays try to ride on more inclines. I sweat a lot, and push until I'm puffing and legs burning.
Oh, I also stopped eating icecream every night (just don't feel like it anymore), but eat lots of other snacks instead.
Keep saying overweight, but we don't know your statistics.
anyway, u fully know what u need to do. So start doing something about it.
U said u eat alot of vegetables. Yeah its good. But I remember u like your vegetables to be soft soft overcooked. What's the point of eating overcooked vegetables?
By that it mean proper proportion of protein to build muscle, carbohydrates to supply energy to do work and
vitamins and minerals the body needs to produce enzymes and hormones to maintain bodily health/life.
Try to eat a variety of vegetables as each contain various vitamins and minerals.Spinach is good ( contains many
nutrients.So are califlower,brocolli,carrots ( vitamin A for eye).In TCM traditional chinese medicine, a balance
diet also means foods that have the various tastes like sweet,sour,salty and bitter in order for health.Modern
fast foods are salty and sweet but where are the rest? Proper rest and sleep are important too.
If you have the discipline to learn photography then learning to eat properly should not be a problem.
I'm 1.8cm, 70kg. Considered v slim. Your ideal weight shld be 80kg then.
So u got 30kg to work on.
Outside food not healthy, no matter how u look at it. I suggest u cut down on outside food. Too much salt and bad oil. Cut down on rice. If u must have rice, go for brown rice.
Have a stricter diet. Count what you eat every day.
Shift jobs is not an excuse for being fat. There are many other jobs that have shifts and irregular hours, but the people are doing v well in terms of health. For example, pilots, policemen, cabin crews, army. So the question is why they can still maintain?
I suspect yr knees are not taking it well, due to your weight. So I suggest not to run. Running will put more stress on yr knees. Go for walks. And I mean long walks, not short ones. Get really good shoes first. If u can swim, then even better. Go for swims.
Do you take alot of sweet stuffs? Like teh with milk, milo with milk or sugary drinks etc... Cut your sugar intake will help.
Me as example, I don't take can or soft drinks. I take coffee with less less or no sugar. No comdensed milk crap. I still take some pastry, bread, even chocolate, ice cream, etc.
I drink 3 litre of plain water daily.
And I'm still alive and kicking with 70kg weight
Will do some light exercise soon, left knee just recovered from bad fall on 2014. Recently chase bus ok already. Will see how by end of the yr. Target to 100kg maybe? :thinks:
Only Sony device mostly, haha!
Don't blame the shift work. Its your own discipline problem.
I can tell u. Once yr body gets used to led sugary diet, u will not wan to take sugary food anymore. It's body conditioning.
I can't even rem when was the last time I had any can or soft drink
Only Sony device mostly, haha!
Last edited by hmjt; 4th February 2016 at 08:46 AM.