I am very new to this so not too sure how I go about doing this, but I'll start my giving a bit of context about myself. I am a female in her early 20s who is, to put it politely, a little bit on the heavy side! I have just completed 4 years of university which pretty much consisted of a diet of fast food, alcohol and 0 exercise. It doesn't take a genius to figure out that the above mix is a recipe for weight gain (a huge amount in my case!). I seen how much weight I had put on when I was looking at photos from my graduation; it is very apparent that I am the 'fat' friend! So, this is me trying to do something about it.
As I am sure many of you have also done, I have tried and failed to loose weight so many times over the years. I always seem to make it a couple of weeks or so and end up falling back into old tricks! So does anybody have any tips or advice on how to stay motivated? My strategy just now is healthy eating (loosely based on slimming worlds ideas) alongside exercise classes 3-4 times a week (spin, H.I.I.T, pump it up etc). Today is actually the third day of my diet/healthy living and I am already starting to crave everything I shouldn't. I should also mentioned I am looking to shed about 3 stone to get me down to the 10-10.7 mark to give me a healthy BMI, as I am dangerously close to the obese section on the scale.
Any help is greatly appreciated!