We have discussed in previous weeks nutrition and fitness and the importance of both in our lives.
So now that you’ve got those basic tools and you have a solid plan in place incorporating both resistance as well as cardio exercise and planning and preparing your 5-6 meals per day, what’s next?
You’re probably ready to see some results and quickly, right?
Try to remember how long it took you to get to where you are right now, and have a little patience and understanding with your body as it starts adjusting, changing and improving.
Remember to not only follow the scale, but get out that measuring tape and get your body fat measured. At the end of the day, the scale should NOT be your main focus.
I’ve had some clients who see results within the first couple of weeks, others who may take a couple of months. But inevitably, if you stick with it and you are consistent, it will show. Your body and most importantly, your overall health will transform.
Be patient and understand that long, slow, consistent progress equals long-term progress. Whereas short, “crash dieting” and “crash workouts” result in short term success with little or no long-term success.
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