9 Solid Items You Should Have In Your Weight Loss Tool Kit


my complete weight loss tool kit


Just about every profession out there has a set of tools kit with which they function. But we do not often get to think of a toolkit when it comes to losing weight. From your repairman to your hairstylist, to the gardener. Just about everyone has a sort of toolkit to enable them to be more efficient and more productive in their duties.

Losing weight is no different at all. Just like in every other profession out there, you need a particular set of tools to help you maximize your results in this your weight loss journey.

Though everyone’s toolkit may not have exactly the same set of items in it, it is still very important you have some set of tools of your own with which you work.

While some of the essential tools I’ll be going through are actual physical items, others are more mental or non-tangible. However, I find both categories to be equally important in helping you achieve your weight loss goals, and giving you the healthiest version of you.

So without further ado, here are 9 essential items that should make up your weight loss tool kit…


#1. Commitment and determination

commitment towards your goals | weight loss

You might probably be surprised to see this on top of the list….or maybe you’re not. But either way, you must recognize the importance of having your toolkit fully equipped with loads of commitment, determination, and goals. Commitment and set goals are some of the things that keep us going in times when we lack the ability to push on. And in as much as it’s a mind/psychological equipment, you surely would need it, if you truly desire to go far in your weight loss journey.


#2. Tracking Apps

weight loss tracking app

When it comes to weight loss, dieting, and exercise, there are countless easy ways to motivate yourself and keep yourself on top of the game. One of those ways is the use of mobile apps.

I have seen from experience that people new to dieting and exercise often don’t anticipate just how difficult it is to stay focused. With apps, you can track your meals, calories consumed, workout duration, walking or running distances, pace, heart rate, and much more. With minimal effort on your part, these apps can give you a clear picture of your eating and exercising habits.

MyFitnessPal, Runkeeper, Sworkit, Yoga Studio, and Strava are examples of fitness apps you can check out. By tracking yourself and keeping in touch with your progress, you’ll be more organized, accountable, and motivated to keep on with the game.


#3. Routine time table

Crafting a well-written timetable for your weight loss process can be a very useful resource to have around. This time table should include all you intend to do every single day as it concerns your weight process. Everything from the foods you will be eating to your workout sesseions. And it should be clearly written with their time/duration too.


#4. Checklist

a check list

Now that you have a routine time table, it is time you craft a checklist to go along with it. Using your timetable as a guide, write down in a list format, all your intended task for the day. And tick them one after the other as you get them done. This method can be very resourceful and effective, as it tends to help keep your level of seriousness in check, and also helps keep you focused on the important things.


#5. Weighing scale

a weighing scale

Though it can be said that body weight is not the best indicator of your overall health, it still helps give you an idea of what’s working and what’s not. And even though some factor influences the reading of the scale and not just your actual weight, having a weight scale around can still help you track what’s going on from time to time.

Plus researchers found that individuals who weigh themselves regularly and track the results are more likely to lose weight by keeping themselves in check than those who do not.


#6. Stop-Watch

stopwatch for weigh loss

If you are this meticulous type of person that pays attention to details and numbers, then having a stopwatch in your toolkit can be an absolute game-changer for you. If you are result-oriented, having a stopwatch on your wrist can help you to be more aware of results, and time specifics.


#7. Jump rope/skipping rope

skipping rope | jump rope

The idea with this is so you wouldn’t have any form of an excuse not to exercise. So at any time, any day, and anywhere, you can have this tool with you because of its portability. So get to work, shake your body, and burn some fats!


#8. A Picture/ A Why

This is another toolkit that helps psychologically. In this situation, a picture is not just worth a thousand words, but can also serve as a motivating factor. Be it a picture of your kids, or a picture of your desired body. Whatever picture it may be, the main point is for it to keep you motivated and working hard towards achieving your goals.

Then again what is your “why?” In other words, why does weight loss interest you? Is it so you can feel healthier about yourself, or so you look and feel good each time you take off your clothes and look at yourself in the mirror? Maybe you are just interested in losing a few pounds so that a particular dress could fit you more.

Whichever case, bear in mind that having a “why” is not the same as having a goal.  Your why is meant to be what will motivate your goal. And the inspiration for setting your goals.

I will, however, like to state that the why is the root of everything and is a very important factor. If you are yet to decide on it yet, now might be the best time to do so.


#9. The Zotrim Weight Loss Supplement

Just as the name implies, it is a supplement. And it is meant to ‘supplement’ or crown all your efforts so to say. You have really been working hard towards losing weight, now is the time to take an extra step for a more efficient and productive weight lose journey.

The Zotrim Weight Loss Supplement is one I feel anyone serious about losing weight should have in her weight loss tool kit. This product is particularly very helpful as it has no side effects and guarantees the best results. You can check a more detailed review that I did on it here.


Just as an afterthought, having these items in your weight-loss toolkit can still prove to be quite helpful:

  • Food scale
  • Water Bottle
  • exercise video


Final Words

If losing weight is something that truly interests you, then you might want to grab a copy of our FREE ebook on the “15 scientifically proven hacks for faster weight loss”. You can find the link below this article or on the sidebar of the blog, depending on the device you are using. Or you can simply use the contact form and send us an email. Just in case our site is updated later in the future.

Thank you very much for going through my weight loss tool kit.

So what is your favorite item of the ones outlined above? Or is there an item you feel should equally be on this list? What is in your weight-loss tool kit? Please let us know in the comment section below. We would love to hear from you.

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