2. Commit to a weekly exercise program.
Lose weight in your entire body to help reduce the fat around your neck and chin. Most exercise plans recommend 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity five days of the week, or 150 minutes each week. Depending on your current fitness level, you may want to commit to doing light exercise every day or more intense exercise every other day. Rather than overdo your workouts, focus on being consistent and sticking to an exercise plan that is realistic and specific to the needs of your body.
- Create a workout schedule so you are exercising at the same time every day. This could be every morning at the gym before work, every other day during lunch, or every night several hours before bed. Look at your schedule for the week and pencil in workout time so it is part of your day and you cannot miss it or forget about it.
- Always start every workout with light cardio to prevent stretching or putting stress on cold muscles. Do a light five to ten-minute jog in place or use a jump rope and jump in place for five minutes.
- Start out slow and build on your intensity and timing especially if you are severely out of shape and condition. Check with a doctor if you are older and make sure your heart is healthy enough for physical activity.