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Do you find yourself too busy to stop to eat breakfast or lunch, let alone the fact that you should eat at least a snack every four hours to maintain a healthy metabolism?
Continuing on with our series about common misconceptions when it comes to fitness, today's post is on skipping meals to lose weight. While at first this idea may seem logical, doing so is not only dangerous and unhealthy, it's also damaging to your body's metabolic rate...
Well it's Monday and Jeff weighed in this morning to check his progress from the previous week. He was pleasantly surprised to discover he'd dropped another 5 pounds, which brings his total lost so far to 30 whopping pounds...
As you may have discovered for yourself, sticking with an exercise program long enough to make it an actual habit can be difficult, to say the least. While hopefully most of you reading this are either currently exercising or planning to start doing so in the near future, almost all of you will at one time or another grow tired of your current fitness program.
If your goal is to lose weight, one of the worst things you can do to your body is skip meals. Now that isn’t to say that a person can’t diet, but dieting does not mean starving yourself.
Whoever said losing weight is simple? Well, it’s not—it takes diligence, hard work, knowledge and consistency. In order to lose weight, a person must cause a deficit between the calories consumed and the calories burned.
We’re bombarded on a daily basis with the latest methods to lose weight. It’s confusing to say the least, so I decided to dedicate this edition’s column to that very subject in order to cut through the confusion. Listed below are the first five best, no non-sense ways to maximize weight loss.