Prioritizing Weight Loss Planning

What's the most important factor in weight loss? Is it Diet or Exercise? It's a question that's been debated and researched for many years. Well, it would seem that results are in and a healthy diet is the primary contributing factor for anyone trying to shed a few pounds.

So you are telling me that this WON'T work?!?

So you are telling me that this WON'T work?!?

While exercising is an great way to get in shape as well as lose weight, what you eat has much more of an effect on how quickly and efficiently your body transforms. It's a simple choice really; you can load up on calories and then try to burn them off with exercise, or you can simply just not eat that food.

 

It goes without saying that you have to be mindful not to take it too far. Starving yourself isn't going to the body that you want, but your diet has such a big impact on achieving your goals.

Research also suggests that it is not just how little or much you eat that affects your tummy, but also what your eat that contributes. Cutting out sugary or high calorie foods, limiting fat, and fueling up with with vitamins and protein are all good ways to maximize a healthy diet. 

While diet is the most important thing, it isn't the only thing. A good exercise routine is extremely helpful for maintaining mental and physical health and can even reverse aging. As the folks at ASAPScience point out: "A combination of diet and exercise will yield the best results long term". 

I can do both... and maintain this creepy smile!

I can do both... and maintain this creepy smile!

So if you're looking to get in shape, start with what you put on your plate! Add some time for healthy activities you enjoy and throw in a few simple exercise routines to for a complete health and wellness regime. If you need help on your journey, ask a buddy to join you, or come and visit us for some fun group training sessions.