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In recent years, while working as a personal trainer, I had the fortune to study weight loss, and most importantly, success. I have also noticed a very important concept about the two.
Successful weight loss is not so much what you know. In fact, success with weight loss is not completely dependent on what you do. What is important and what ultimately leads to permanent weight loss success is what you know and do together what makes all the difference.
Let me illustrate the point that just as you exercise or diet alone without the knowledge of what work does not guarantee success.
I worked in a health club in the past both as a personal trainer and fitness coordinator.
I have seen many, many years without a coach and without knowledge of what it really takes to change your body.
Many of these people, including the development of five to six times a week during the two years I worked on this particular health club, has not changed their bodies almost nothing in those two years.
In fact, I witnessed many hours exercise a day, six days a week did not lose weight or gain muscle mass at all. They were doing something, in fact, many of them were doing a little. But to make weight loss a habit or simply an hour value of time of six or seven days a week. I will say this: Just did a lot of exercise is the key to losing weight.
These people were missing a key consisting of more than exercise. They lacked the element to be informed and educated about the principles behind weight loss.
They were missing the principle that weight loss should be more than the exercise rather than diet, aerobics and more.
Weight loss should be the correct approach to this and should be in such proportion that they become habit shortly after his execution.
The other side is true. Knowing how to change your body is not going to change, without having some kind of coherent and knowledge to use.
The key to permanent weight loss is the combination of knowledge and action, knowing and doing.
During a sufficiently long time, this combination of knowledge and action is expected to evolve into a habit where you start doing things they attribute to weight loss without even consciously thinking about them.
To start eating some healthy foods in a given time. You get used to going straight to the gym after work.
Weight loss should be a habit to be long term. Any time you come back to life old, unproductive, the possibility that the weight of age, also returns.
Each time you decide to abandon these principles runs the risk of ending up with a pattern of habit and the formation of another.
If you have any doubt that changing your body for the better too will change your life for the better, I can personally say that it does.
Since I have lost over 50 pounds three years ago, my life has changed dramatically.
I have more energy, I feel better about myself, I have a new fulfilling career, and more.
And it all started when I hit the point of frustration and decided that enough was enough.
From that moment of frustration came a moment of clarity, that stays with me to this day. Because of that frustration came the despair and discontent and dissatisfaction of ordinary wine.
Lisa Beverley - About Author:
Lisa Beverley writes highly informative and researched articles for end consumers about a variety of weight loss including remedies, health and fitness and nutrition, slimming, weight loss products, bodybuilding supplements and diet tips.
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