Large changes demand a lot of drive, making them hard to maintain. A minor modification approach may be more helpful for long-term weight gain prevention and reduction.
Small modifications you make may be simpler to maintain over time since they fit into your daily routine. Here are some examples if you're having trouble designing tiny changes:
Spending 20–30 minutes walking may burn up to 100 calories, whether you're talking to coworkers or friends.
Most TV ads run 2-3 minutes. Use this time to perform crunches, lunges, or squats. An hour-long show with three commercial breaks may burn 100 calories.
Cheese, butter, mayonnaise, and ketchup enhance flavor, but they also have more calories than we realize.
Lattes, cappuccinos, and hot chocolate are more calorific than you believe. Cutting them out might lower your calorie consumption by 100-200. If you can't live without coffee, try a smaller cup or drink it black.