#53 Good Things Take Time including Fat Loss
All good things take time and Fat Loss is no exception.
You may have heard the term before, body adaptation which is essentially how your body responds physiologically to training.
When you challenge your body in a new way, your body learns how to cope with that change, essentially it adapts, hence the term "body adaptation".
Modern times have seen the rise of convenience and instant gratification, but there is no magic pill or quick fix to making changes that you can keep long term to your body or mind.
- Our bodies are designed to hold onto energy, when it hasn't been used, as fat
- You need to burn 7,700 calories more than you consume to burn a kilo of fat
- Be patient with yourself
- 80% of fat loss is in the kitchen
- Be consistent, the scales will always catch up
- Don't be afraid of using weights, being strong will help your body use the calories you consume
- Rest, recovery and refueling, is all part of the process
- Create a way of living that helps you get your results
In this week's video, we cover off some frequently asked questions from Outlookers including:
- Why do I binge?
- Why do I plateau?
- Why do I put the weight on so quickly after I've lost it from dieting?