Any coach worth his soul will tell you that you can have the best goddamn program in the Universe but if you can’t stick to it, it’s useless.
Here are 6 tips that you should implement if long-term weight loss is your goal.
(Which it should be. If not, then I’m sure you’re on a keto or some such crap.)
K. Ready? Here goes:
First, you need to honour your food preferences:
Next, stop doing idiotic things with your carbohydrate intake:
Carbs don’t prevent fat loss nor do they make you gain fat. Eat them. If you want.
Then, create a supportive food environment:
Don’t put yourself in a situation where you’d have to fight temptations.
Oh-Oh! Also, no soul-destroying low-calorie diets, please:
Get your expectations right:
You’re not going to lose 2 pounds a week unless you weigh like a Smart car. So deal with it.
Lastly, track your progress:
If you don’t have ways to quantify your progress, then you’re not going to enjoy the journey.
And you remember — any diet you cannot permanently adhere to is simply not a healthy diet.
So, go back to the point one and two and you will not have to go through the one month of mind-numbing torture that comes along with popular FAD diets.
Hey there, this is the part where I should write some soaring eulogy, a rising crescendo of enthusiasm, and all the certifications I have, all the blah barf blah. Well, I’m not going to do that. I’m just writing what I did, what hundreds of my clients did, and what the current evidence suggests. Implement or don’t. Your call. I just report science. Now go start my 14-Day Fat Loss For Life FREE Course.