If fat loss is your goal, you’re going to need to know where to dedicate your time and energy for optimal success. Many people spend a ton of their time on the wrong things and because of that, hit a wall with their results. Follow this guide to long-term fat loss success by hitting it from all angles.
I never fully appreciated the beauty of summer before moving to Buffalo, NY. Where I grew up you could have a barbeque, 5K, or outdoor concert in December or June and it would look and feel about the same outside. Buffalonians do a wonderful job of packing 12 months of outdoor activities into a three-month span. Everyday from around June till mid September, there are concerts, festivals, parades, weddings, picnics, and other events for people to attend. All this is great. Summer is a ton of fun and it always seems to fly by ever so fast. The one downside to summer (besides it ending) is the fact that it pulls us away from our routine. The kids are out of school, teachers aren’t working, the days are longer so you’re outside doing all sorts of fun stuff. Things are just different.
Here’s where we find trouble.
Nutrition needs a routine. And so does your training. When we blow off prepping food to go catch a band play (and enjoy a beer or two while we’re there, and a hot dog), it can lead to a slippery slope. Once the routine is broken a time or two, we struggle to get ourselves back on track, especially when it means going from burgers and dogs to something a little healthier. The nice part? Summer is over. School is back in session and its time to get back into the swing of things. Here are a few tips to help you start a fitness program that will bring you endless success:
I work with a lot of people who love working out and/or realize how important it is to them, so they make it a priority in their lives and make time for it. I’m sorry to say that if this is you, this article probably won’t help you much. But, there are many people on the other end of the spectrum who have difficulty not only finding time to workout, but finding the motivation as well. If you run into either (or both) of these problems, read on!