Find yourself stuck in a rut continuously training but not seeing results? Have you thought about changing your Eating habits or diet? In order to achieve the results you want, you not only have to exercise, but adapt a healthy diet as well. It is in fact true that 2/3 of people who go on a diet gain more weight after their diet than before they started. Thus it is important that we adapt a healthy eating as a lifestyle change, not a quick fix!
I know you’ve seen the memes that list some unhealthy food and its equivalent in terms of an exercise. And, I hear the questions all the time….how many calories will I burn doing this? How long do I have to work out to burn the calories of the hamburger I ate last night………in short, my answer is……..who cares?It really doesn’t matter!
The temperatures are in the 80s for the next several days and you may not feel like drinking more water. You may sweat more even without additional exercise.Why is it important to drink water?Water regulates your body temperature and lubricates your joints. It also helps transport nutrients to give you energy and keep you healthy. If you're not properly hydrated, your body can't perform at its highest level.
I have been getting a lot of questions about diet/nutrition and have been discussing my own diet/nutrition recently, so I decided to continue my theme of CHANGE and write a blog keeping the subject of nutrition in mind.
As some of you may have seen, I posted a short video on my Facebook page (www.facebook.com/dmofitness) with the caption "If you focus on results, you will never change....if you focus on change, you will get results".
Why on earth do you think that my "title" is awful? What is this lady saying?Everyone has been somewhere at fault with this. I am just telling you the truth that many would refuse to admit.The reality is that most people do not fully understand what is best for them which is why they look for the extended help, or unfortunetly rely on media.
Fat loss progress is usually underestimated or not appreciated in my experience. I have trained clients who averaged 0.5-1 % lb. of fat/loss each week and they still felt like it was not enough. I think it’s safe to say that we are not patient and want it now! As I tell my clients, you did not gain that weight overnight and you won't lose it in one night either.