Fat loss in theory is pretty simple… Consume less calories than you expend daily and as a result of this, you will use stored fat as energy to function, thus resulting in fat loss. So, basically eat less and stay active so your body can burn stored fat for energy. Sounds straight forward enough, right? Yet so many of us struggle to actually lose fat. That’s because in reality it’s not that simple. There are loads of reasons and influences, internally and externally, that make you prone to eating more and moving less!
‘Why does my weight always go up and down?” This is a question we get asked a lot from our clients.
My answer is always “If your weight doesn’t fluctuate you’re not from this planet”. I’d actually be more worried or sceptical if you’re weight didn’t up and down all the time.
Now there are many reasons to why your weight will fluctuate, so let me explain a few;
When you’re trying to achieve a goal, you will usually think about all the things you need to do in order to achieve that goal. For example, with a fitness goal you most likely will have taken the time to think about how often you’re going to train per week, what and when you’re going to eat, what time you’re going to go to bed and wake up, how much water you will drink etc… But, when it comes to actually doing all this, you struggle to stick to it or end up giving up. Why do you think that is? Why do you think you struggle so much when you had it all planned out?
In order for our bodies to function efficiently, there are certain things we should consider. Exercise, food, sunlight, meditation can go a long way to helping our bodies and minds run optimally. But there are specific things we can add in to our daily routines; none more so than micronutrients, which will help us a little bit more. Many vitamins and minerals can be obtained through a varied and balanced diet, yet supplementation can ensure you are receiving the correct types and amounts of important micronutrient. So here are ones to consider:
Transforming your physique in just 3 months is no easy task…
For some people it’s a perfectly realistic timeframe to achieve outstanding results, for others it may take a little longer (or even shorter). Either way, one thing I’ve noticed after helping hundreds of people transform in just 12 weeks (3 months) is that everyone usually has 3-5 key things they need to change or focus on in order to achieve great results.