This guy went from 136 kgs to 64 kgs & his Journey is Inspirational – Know how He Did it!

Nowadays, all we have been witnessing are diet plans, diet charts, weight-losing tips and all those weight shunning drinks that result into tragic deaths as well..

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This article is an inspiration for all those out there who cope with their stubborn fat and sarcasm by friends. This young man has astonishingly transformed from a fatty 136kg to only 64 kg handsome guy! Yes, it’s damn reality.

All his childhood, Naynesh Chainani was your typical chubby kid. As he grew up, though, Naynesh discovered he was a grown man with an unhealthy, sedentary lifestyle. Naynesh reached his heaviest when he was weighing 136 kg. The scale was an eye-opener and he realised his weight was affecting his self-esteem. So he decided he didn’t want to lead a life as an overweight man lacking self-confidence.

Self-Confidence restoration process
Naynesh chainani, the transformation king, faced much criticism and lose his self-confidence. This pushed him to work on himself and restore his confidence.

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The journey from 136 kg to 64 kg may sound very daunting, but when Naynesh Chainani broke down his workout routine, it didn’t seem all that difficult after all. What it does require, however, is a whole lot of patience and persistence, especially on the days you don’t want to hit the gym.

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His Secret to weight-Lose

Naynesh’s plan doesn’t recommend gym at outset rather he had made up his mind and prepared his body to workout conditions at home first.
According to him, he started with 40 minutes walk for five days a week. With the passage of time, he kept on adding ten minutes to his 40 minutes walk and reaching all the days of the week.

Irrespective of your health issues, most gyms simply get you started on cardio on your first day and then alternate it with weight training. This often puts most people off gym in the very first month itself. So when Naynesh decided he needed to lose weight, he didn’t join the gym. Not for the first two months anyway. “I started with 40 minutes of walking, five days a week. The following week, I increased it to six days, after which I kept adding five to ten minutes every couple of weeks,” he says

P.S. Sunday was his ultimate rest day!

However, after two and a half month of mere walking he joined gym. He did cardio for an hour and circuit training for half an hour. After few months of this routine he kept on increasing the time period for cardio and circuit training. He started 30 minutes cardio followed by an hour of circuit training and another 30 minutes of cardio. Now his weight-loss workout reached last segment of 30 minutes cardio, 2 hours circuit training and again a 30 minutes of cardio.
Phewwww… so structured! Isn’t it?
Let’s go to food consumption.

“After two and a half months of just walking, I developed some stamina and got rid of that lethargic feeling to some extent. My lifestyle wasn’t sedentary anymore, as I was doing some physical activity every day. So the next step was joining a gym. At the gym, I started with an hour of cardio every day and half an hour of circuit training (light weights but fast paced, with minimum to no rest between sets), he says.

“During the final lap of my journey, I was doing 30 minutes of cardio, two hours of circuit training and I followed it by another 30 minutes of cardio, along with my regular running sessions.

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What did he Eat?

Naynesh very cleverly broke his meal timing into 8 times a day that resulted into faster metabolism. Moreover, he kept a strict eye on calorie consumption and a distanced himself from all the processed food along with cheese and butter. He also shared the importance of not eating two hours prior to bedtime in order to keep metabolism active.
But those experiencing fits on this have a good news as well.

“I started counting calories and making sure whatever I consumed had a low-calorie count but was tasty at the same time. After a few months, I corrected my meal portions.

In the mornings when I am getting ready I watch YouTube weight transformation stories. I was watching one the other day where the lady said “I’m so sick of dieting, I can’t wait to eat the foods I love again!” I felt SO sad for her! I used to think that way. I deprived myself of everything I enjoyed. Coffee, bread, sugar, rice, pasta. This time, it’s different. I may be having slow progress, but I’m doing what I can sustain for a lifetime! I have changed my LIFE …FOREVER! I’m not just dieting to get to goal weight, and then going back eating the way I did before. I’ve changed my entire life: What I eat, how I eat, when I eat, what I drink, how I move, how I think, how I feel, even my self talk has changed! It’s a lifetime of changes for this girl…not a quick fix diet that will most likely leave me feeling resentful and “falling off the wagon.” #fitness #weightloss #weightlossjourney #myweightlossjourney #weightlossmotivation #healthylifestyle #gym #gymtime #enjoythejourney #bestrong #fitwomen #fitlife #fitlifestyle #fitspiration #fit #fitnessmotivation #exercise #eathealthy #loveyourself #weightlosscommunity #weightlosssupport #myfitnesspal #myfitnessjourney #fitbit #fitnessforlife #fitstagram #fitnessfirst #fitmama

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“I broke them down into seven to eight meals per day. This enhanced my metabolism and helped me burn a few extra calories even while resting. I made sure that all higher calorie meals were consumed during the morning and that I didn’t consume any solid food two-hours prior to bedtime. It was crucial that I stayed away from processed food like cheese and butter as well as sugar. I discovered that even a small portion of these foods can ruin all your hard work. And I would consume 10 to 12 liters of water every day.”

Cheats days are must!

Naynesh also scheduled chest days that’s on Sunday offcourse and consumed a the stuff he craved for a long week. This way he said our metabolism gets a shock and works more diligently. Hmm.. nice trick.

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According to him,
“Cheat days are a must because it’s important to give your body a shock, so that your metabolism works doubly well,” he says. “I used to write down things I craved for from Monday to Saturday and ate them on Sundays. That way, I fulfilled all my food cravings and in return, it allowed me to stay focused on my goals and just wait for the upcoming cheat days. (It’s all about training your subconscious mind!)”

A tip from him, “To make sure I maintain my current weight, I workout six days a week,” he says. “Sunday is my rest day. I follow a basic nutrition plan but I also don’t restrict myself from indulging in any treats, as I’m sure I can burn it all off at the gym. Keeping a close track of my progress keeps me motivated and inspired. Once you see results, it becomes an addiction and you just keep pushing.”

Don’t make food choices and diets harder.

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And and,

1. What gets measured, gets managed so invest in a weighing scale; it will help you track those small changes and help you plan your course of action.

2. Stay focused on the goal and maintain a book of your stats that you must update every 15 days.

3. Write your current weight, your current body fat percentage, your current muscle mass, your current overall body measurements etc.
It will help you keep a close track on your progress.

4. Be consistent with your efforts and you are bound to see results. Above all, never, ever give up!

Well… This all seems so easy though and only requirement is persistence! Let’s do it from now on and be the transformers


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