I believe weight loss comes down to 4 things at the some of 100%.
All these need to be balance, understand what food your eating, is it healthy because the packet says so, or do you know how to read a food label. When is comes to weight loss, most people are to busy, or do not have enough time to stop watching Netflix to exercise, this is where mindset is the key. You need to have a balanced diet, eat healthy, and keep portion sizes to a minimum. You can try whatever diet you like, and it will most likely work, if you are consistent.
Consistency is the Key, one, two or three days a week will not do anything for you. to lose weight you must be consistent, you need at least 5 sessions a week for 45 minutes of training at a minimum, and that is to get results and lose approximately 1kg per week.
If you want more then that you need to train harder, and you will get there quicker. if you can;t do 5 days then you will still lost weight if you are consistent but at a slower rate so don;t expect miracles if your not training much during the week.
Who else wants to look and feel younger?
Well, who doesn’t?
The definition of a young person may be different for different people. What kind of picture do you see when you think of someone looking young?
I’m thinking of pictures of people who don’t necessary look pretty, but evoke comments like, “I can’t believe she’s in her 70s! I wish I had that energy when I’m 50!” or “He looks amazing for his age!”.
The most important aspect of a young, healthy person seems to be vitality.
The videos about older people looking young that get most of the likes and WOW! comments are those about people who stay young by getting and keeping fit, slim, and strong.
I believe that a healthy, young look is simply vitality and great energy.
It doesn’t have to mean bubbly. It’s about getting up in the morning ready to face your day, enjoying what’s good and dealing effectively with whatever doesn’t work that well, and sleeping well through the night.
A perfect picture like this one is not easy to achieve for a person who is overweight, unfit, and always tired.
Research shows that the level of competency of people working in the corporate world or business is often judged by their size, for example overweight women may have a lesser chance of being promoted or accepted as a company representative.
It sounds unfair but that’s the way it is, it’s all about perception.
I hear many stories about body image that confirm that.
My clients often say that losing a few extra kilos improved not only their physical health, but also their mood, productivity, relationships, and their confidence level.
Some of them drop two or three sizes in about eight to twelve weeks, toning their body and naturally reversing the aging process at the same time.
Here’s what may speed up your weight loss so you can lose those unwanted kilograms without taking any unnecessary risks.
Remember to set realistic goals Short-term or long-term, your goals have to be attainable.
Try to lose 30 kg a month before a wedding and you’re not setting a goal – you’re setting yourself for a big disappointment.
The best way to lose weight – and keep it that way – is to lose it gradually, preferably with guidance and support of a qualified personal trainer who can give you a complete fitness analysis and develop a personalized fitness program tailored especially for your fitness level and your needs. Your personal trainer will also keep you motivated and accountable.
Forget fad diets and miracle programs The secret of losing weight is the right mindset, determination, regular exercise, eating three nutritionally balanced meals plus at least one or two healthy snacks, getting enough nutrients, and drinking enough water.
Check with a professional if you’re not sure if you’re getting enough essential nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals. They’re called essential nutrients for a reason.
Exercise This may sound simple, but it takes knowledge, skills, and experience to develop an optimal exercise program.
Your trainer will know which exercises will be the most effective, or when to exercise – and when to eat – depending on the intensity of the exercise and on your needs.
If you’re not sure where to start, walking is always a safe option, great is you have a sedentary lifestyle and want to start slow.
Being physically fit affects every single aspect of your life: you sleep better, eat better, love better, overcome stress better, work better, communicate better, and definitely look better!
The hardest part is getting started and sustaining your motivation until fitness becomes habitual.
Once you develop the habit, your whole life will change.
Give it a go and see the benefits for yourself.