Those of you who are fed up over all the trends in weight-loss and nutrition should pay attention right now because I have some answers for you. I’m going to point you in the right direction so that you will lose weight and get fit – finally. Still, if you want, talk to other pros about what I’m saying and you won’t find anyone who will counter it as a fad or as a lie. Every time you shop or turn on the television is seems like there’s some sort of new revolutionary fad that’s captured everyone’s attention.
Sometimes it’s difficult to tell the difference between what’s true and what’s not because so much of it sound so good, you want to believe it. Some of these diets should be obvious to you as being frauds, like the one where women are supposed to lose seven pounds in seven days.
First, that type of weight loss is probably not possible; if it is, it isn’t healthy. Here I’m giving you the low down on high fat loss success.
Think about your daily routine and all the things you hear about getting the body you want.
Let me supercede all that with two basic facts that you must memorize and master when it comes to having a lean, shapely body. One: The amount of calories you eat has to be less than what your body burns in a day.
Two: There has to be a consistently active lifestyle.
Think about exercising first: you just have to do it. Sure, there are different ways to exercise and some work better than others, but you have to make up your mind that you will exercise first. Let me tell you something about exercising right now: if you want to do it in the morning, that’s OK. If you want to do it at night, that’s OK. The important thing is that you do it.
You probably will want to choose intervals rather than traditional when it comes to cardiovascular exercise. You’ll also want to have a regular resistance training session to go along with it.
The intervals will help you burn fat and the resistance will help you build muscle that in turn will build more fat.
Dr. Michael Allen
Fitness Instructor & Fat Loss Factor Founder