What to Do To Lose Weight Once You Got Your Fitness Tracker

If you want to learn what to do to lose weight once you got your fitness tracker, you are in the right place. If you are passionate about fitness, healthy lifestyle, wellness, fitness trackers, and you want to lose some weight, let me start reminding you something… fitness trackers are just a tool. They don’t have magic and will not track anything unless you are the one doing the work.  They can help you monitor, track, motivate and make you feel super cool (check an article about it here: but you, and only you are the only one doing the job.

Also, if you want to lose weight, even if you DO the workout, you also need to pay attention to what you eat.

If you are concerned about all the misconceptions and misleading information around you, and you just want an easy and simple guide to learn what to do to lose weight, you are in good hands.  

This is probably the most specific weight management guide that teaches specifically what to do to lose weight you’ll even find. It is based in just a few simple principles. If you follow them you’ll see the results:

  • You need to know your healthy portion sizes and follow them. If you don’t have a clue about what I am talking about, click here and learn about it
  • It is important that you learn how to combine your meals to help you get your sugar levels and insulin peaks under control. You can learn all you need to know here
  • Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load are the most important tools you can use when getting in control of your weight. You can get my free e-book visiting my website.
  • If your objective is to burn fat, it is important that you pay attention to how you plan your exercise routines. You should include some strength training exercises on top of your aerobic routine. If you want the maximum effectiveness, plan a HIIT like the 32 Mondays one. Here is what you should know and do:
    • 30 min of daily moderate exercise to activate your metabolism and always have it in a burning mode.
    • 5 min of daily “Time Out” to relax and make sure that your stress hormone levels are not too high, to avoid weight gain and fat accumulation.
    • 20 min of strength training exercises to develop muscles, which are your energy burning machines (even when resting). Following with 20 min of aerobic exercise (fat burning per excellence). Keep the routines in this order so you burn all the glycogen stored in your liver and muscles (glucose reserves) during the strength training, so your body lacks free glucose for the aerobic exercise, and it is forced to burn fat. 3 times a week.
    • HIIT: High-Intensity Interval Training. Mixes high-intensity bursts of exercise with moderate-intensity recovery periods, usually for a period of less than twenty minutes. Do not start HIIT until you have been practicing vigorous exercise for a few months and you are reasonable fit. Practice it whenever it suits you!
    • Exercise Maintenance. Starting a new program of vigorous exercise can be difficult. It is always much easier to maintain something, than to leave it and have to start from zero again. So, it will be easier to maintain your present physical strength and routine than to start over again.

About the Author

Arantxa Mateo is a trained biologist, nutrition specialist and weightmanagement coach. Born in Spain, she spent 5 years in Australia before moving to the US. Her motto is “Food is a pleasure. Nobody deserves to be on a diet”. Find out more about Arantxa and 32 Mondays (

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