The greatest reason I personally built a resume inside of fitness has to be thre result of people like you needing to lose weight.
“From a purely calorie balance perspective, a patient who maintains lost weight after the first year of an intervention may be eating only about 100 kcal/d fewer than a patient who experiences long-term weight regain. However, such a small difference in food intake behavior is somewhat misleading considering that prevention of weight regain requires about 300–500 kcal/d of increased persistent effort to counter the ongoing slowing of metabolism and increased appetite associated with the lost weight. The more typical pattern of long-term weight regain is characterized by a waning effort to sustain the intervention.”
This is th3e biggest challenge inside the gym and a source of painful consternation for your coach as I parse ever so thinly, the line between success and fail;ures.
- MAintenance insn’t sexy
- Diet changes changes require some 400-500 calories/day reduction over time for most when we talk about long term change… that’s wild
- You have to re-structure your brain.
Can we actually lose weight for good?
- Introduce new pracitce for exercise that require attention overtime.
- Love your flaws because RELAPSES won’t matter
- Goal setting ins’t the problem, the perceive sacrific4e is so sacrifice less
- Address your apptiite.