People often want to lose weight through exercise but don’t want to change what they eat. And some want to change their diet to lose weight without doing any more exercise. But is losing weight through dietary changes or exercise alone possible?
You can lose weight extremely quickly if you don’t eat for 4 days a week, exercise 10 hours a day (this is, of course, tongue in cheek and isn’t recommended). But just because you can lose weight in this way, it doesn’t mean you should.
“I don’t have time to exercise” is one of the most common reasons people use to justify not going to the gym or an exercise class. But is being too busy to exercise a genuine problem or just an excuse?
Ever eaten a meal and still felt hungry afterwards? Your brain could be playing tricks on you! If you want to lose body fat, understanding your hunger is vital in order to control your appetite and prevent you from making bad food choices.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but unfortunately alcohol and fat loss don’t go hand in hand. If you are trying to lose weight then alcohol can severely interfere with your progress and your efforts to make healthy food choices.
When you’re feeling under the weather, sometimes all you want to do is curl up under a blanket and watch Netflix until you’re better. Other times, you may still be considering heading to the gym. But which is best?
You’ve been doing really well with your fat loss attempts, getting to the gym three times a week, preparing your meals in advance and making healthy food choices. You feel much better about your body. But you have a dilemma.