Straight to the point on this one, if we want to change the way our body looks, we need to lose fat and retain as much muscle as possible.
Everyone is slightly different, what works for one, will not work so well for another.
Workouts need to match your goals, your ability and most importantly your body.
That’s great and all, but what does it actually mean?
We should take into account how people move, what their desired outcome is and understand how best to train in relation to these.
It’s no good telling someone to run everyday if they don’t like running, the same goes for lifting weights. Your program should contain the right movements to support positive change in your body.
We also need to understand how to fuel ourselves, we all know that food = fuel and ensuring that we have the right mix there is vital to support the exercise program that we do.
Establishing a healthy relationship with food is vital, that doesn’t mean we have to eliminate all of the things we like, more so understand how these can fit into or daily lives and the results we want to obtain.
Ensuring that the right amount of fuel (food/calories) is consumed is vital to making sure the body is having to use our reserve energy stores rather than adding to them.
Fat loss is a mix of all of the above, in the shortest form we need to get our bodies using their energy stores.
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