OK, like a lot of folkes here I am going to lose some weight. However, I haven't been as successful as I would like so far. And I get the feeling it is going to get worse.
I started back at work this week, well it's not really work, but it's at uni but it really is work hours, pretty much nine to five each day. I use public transport to get to uni each day and that is a one and a half hour trip each way. And because it is uni, when I get home, I generally have to continue studying for the most part. This is a very important year for me and I can't afford to slack off, however, I don't want to do it at expense to my health in terms of eating junk and not exercising just because I don't have time.
OK, so can you please give me some tips about how I can do this. I anticipated it somewhat and got myself some lights for my bike so I can go out at night. I do have access to a fridge and freezer at uni that I can use to store meals and I would like to make myself some healthy ones that I can take instead of using the cafeteria all the time (it will be cheaper too).
So, any tips, pointers and personal experience would be excellent.
From past success I seem to work well when I do something little in terms of exercise each day. I was going on a good run for a while and the only difference I could see in my activity and eating habits was that I was doing regular simple exercises each night just in terms on sit ups, push ups and similar movements.
I really don't want to get in a rut just because I am busy.