Top 5 Tips For Losing Weight and Keeping it Off

Boot Camp Sydney Owner Dan Clay Reveals Secret Tips to Fight Obesity and Overweight Disorders.

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The first and foremost prerequisite to lose weight is to make a commitment to change food habits, which will successfully help in tackling hurdles along the journey.

Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) October 18, 2012

More than 14 million Australians are overweight and if the growth rate continues at the present speed, statisticians expect that 80% of all Australian adults and 1/3rd of all Australian children will be overweight or obese by 2020, which is quite astonishing.

In addition, due to obesity, heart stroke, type II diabetes, vascular disease, high blood pressure, asthma, hypertension, sleep apnea, cardiovascular disease (CVD) and chronic kidney disease have become common among Australians. Keeping this in mind, Australia’s most popular Sydney boot camp organizer, Dan Clay has prescribed 5 most effective tips in losing weight in quick period of time.

He says, “The first and foremost prerequisite to lose weight is to make a commitment to change food habits, which will successfully help in tackling hurdles along the journey.” Furthermore, he adds, “Curtailing television and computer time and indulging in more physical activities will prove extremely productive in weight loss.”

Everyone loves to eat food but choosing the right food, which doesn’t harm your body, will have a huge impact on your overall health. Dan says, “The most successful strategy is to eat low calorie and low fat diet, which will aid you in losing weight and keeping it off for good.”

Doctors say healthy and organic food is the best alternative to junk and fast foods. The best way to start is to include organic fruits and vegetables in your diet and drink approx. 8 glasses of water every day. Through these tips, Dan Clay has witnessed great changes with his Sydney Boot Camp participants.

Another interesting feature of the boot camp is that the training sessions run 6 days per week and members get access to 80 classes across 16 locations so that everyone can easily participate in the boot camp and lose weight with enjoyable sessions.

About Dangerously Fit:
Dangerously Fit Boot Camp is Sydney’s most popular fitness bootcamp, with classes running morning, lunchtime and evening in many major areas of Sydney, Australia. Dan Clay is also the owner and founder of Dangerously Fit Kids - A kids fitness program that focuses on making exercise fun.


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