Have you tried time and time again to lose weight only to fail in the long run? Have you tried fad diets, extreme workouts, or diet products on the market only to stop the workout routine or gain the weight again?
Don’t beat yourself up over it because you are not alone.
Every year thousands upon thousands of people go on fad or crash diets only to be disappointed with the results. Researchers at UCLA found that dieting is not only ineffective, but can often make you gain more weight that you originally had after a small loss of usually only 5-10%
In the United States, inactivity is a serious problem. It is extremely important to know that a person does not have to run a mile every day to be fit and healthy. Finding reasons to walk a mile by adding up daily steps, such as parking slightly further away from the mall or taking the stairs instead of the escalator, can end up burning the same amount of calories.
Many people who struggle with their weight don’t understand this; they see it as an all or nothing proposition. People who do not enjoy going to the gym or engaging in vigorous activity begin to view exercise as something beyond their reach.
It’s important to understand that exercise is only one part of the problem, in fact, a person’s diet is the largest component of weight loss. People who have unhealthy relationships with food can struggle to keep themselves at their ideal weight. When food is sought for comfort or pleasure more than for nutrition and sustenance, persistent issues with weight gain and body image can inevitably result.
Many people don’t really understand their own bodies caloric and macronutrient requirements so they end up overeating or indulging in the wrong types of foods.
Many people actually believe certain things they eat to be ‘healthy’ without understanding the key differences between nutritional benefits and caloric intake. These people then eat the wrong foods in the wrong amounts; often believing they are doing the right thing. They are then shocked to learn they haven’t lost weight, in fact, they often gain extra.
When they indulge in foods they believe are ‘wrong,’ they also feel shame and self-hatred, causing a downward spiral to more binge eating and an increasingly negative relationship with food.
Does any of this sound like you? Perhaps a weight loss coach is the solution to your problems.
What can a weight loss coach offer you?
Weight loss coaches are professionals who cater to individuals who have histories of struggling with diet and fitness. They are sought out by people of all ages who struggle to reach their weight loss, health and fitness goals.
Weight loss coaches can help you by improving your relationship with food, teaching you how to exercise in ways that you will enjoy and actually sustain, and helping you to love and respect your body overall.
The objective of any good weight loss coach is to help you be your best physical self – and stay that way by developing a healthy lifestyle.
A weight loss coach can help you:
• Set measurable, realistic goals for your health and fitness
• Understand why your diets and fitness plans have previously failed
• Have better relationships with food and exercise
• See yourself in a more positive light
• Learn to love your body
• Understand nutrition and calories
• Consume the right foods
• Exercise in ways that you enjoy
• Become stronger, leaner and happier
• Receive ongoing encouragement, motivation and support
There are excellent weight loss coaches all over the world who you can reach out to. The weight loss programs at Life Change Hypnosis Clinic all include coaching in addition to hypnosis, education and support to help you reach your goals.
Remember – there are no quick fixes when it comes to having a healthy body and lifestyle. Sustainability and long-term commitment are the keys to being the best you possible!