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Professional Weight Loss Tips From Personal Trainers!

posted in Health & Fitness
05/13/2014
  • Nate miyaki: your diet and food habits play a major role in your fat loss and health goals than any other fitness factor. There has been only one universal theme. Use diet for 80% of your fat loss. Exercise is just the icing on the cake.
    Nate miyaki: your diet and food habits play a major role in your fat loss and health goals than any other fitness factor. There has been only one universal theme. Use diet for 80% of your fat loss. Exercise is just the icing on the cake.
  • Helen M Ryan: Working out for a few minutes at a time, throughout the day, can get you in great shape with minimal time investment. You will also think more clearly with fresh, oxygenated blood to your brain without getting drenched!
    Helen M Ryan: Working out for a few minutes at a time, throughout the day, can get you in great shape with minimal time investment. You will also think more clearly with fresh, oxygenated blood to your brain without getting drenched!
  • Joy Bauer: Drinking zero-calorie water is not only essential for feeling your best, but it’s also a clever way to fill up. Sipping on 2 eight-ounce glasses of water within 30 minutes before your meals will take up room in your stomach so you end up consuming less at your actual meal.
    Joy Bauer: Drinking zero-calorie water is not only essential for feeling your best, but it’s also a clever way to fill up. Sipping on 2 eight-ounce glasses of water within 30 minutes before your meals will take up room in your stomach so you end up consuming less at your actual meal.
  • Geoff Girvitz: Consistency is king. If you are highly consistent with your regular meals, you will be able to effectively evaluate the impact of small dietary tweaks. If one week is great but the next is awful, there is no way to know if something new is working for you. Planning is key!
    Geoff Girvitz: Consistency is king. If you are highly consistent with your regular meals, you will be able to effectively evaluate the impact of small dietary tweaks. If one week is great but the next is awful, there is no way to know if something new is working for you. Planning is key!
  • Rob Sulaver: In the history of mankind, nobody has ever eaten a cookie by accident. A cookie has never slipped, tripped, and fallen into your stomach. You’re in complete control.
    Rob Sulaver: In the history of mankind, nobody has ever eaten a cookie by accident. A cookie has never slipped, tripped, and fallen into your stomach. You’re in complete control.
  • Brett Hoebel: Many people skip breakfast. They eat two large meals which spikes insulin production. This increases fat storage. Try to eat 5-6 smaller meals in a day. Remember to combine protein, fat and complex carbs proportionally to keep running your metabolism and lowering insulin levels.
    Brett Hoebel: Many people skip breakfast. They eat two large meals which spikes insulin production. This increases fat storage. Try to eat 5-6 smaller meals in a day. Remember to combine protein, fat and complex carbs proportionally to keep running your metabolism and lowering insulin levels.
  • Kim Schaper: Make sure to move each day!:  You don’t have to become the next professional athlete to look good!  Taking those stairs daily into work or parking further away from your office building are little things that add up over time!!
    Kim Schaper: Make sure to move each day!: You don’t have to become the next professional athlete to look good! Taking those stairs daily into work or parking further away from your office building are little things that add up over time!!
  • Debi Silber: Avoid “may as well behavior” where if you slip you “may as well have this” and “may as well have that.” It’s the same mentality of gaining one pound back so may as well gain back the rest that you’ve lost-does that make any sense?! Of course not.
    Debi Silber: Avoid “may as well behavior” where if you slip you “may as well have this” and “may as well have that.” It’s the same mentality of gaining one pound back so may as well gain back the rest that you’ve lost-does that make any sense?! Of course not.
  • James Fell: Don’t fall for fad diets that demonize certain food groups. Carbs and gluten aren’t evil. Just stay away from processed food and instead focus on foods that are in their natural forms. Ex. Apples, not applesauce. But treat yourself every once in a while.
    James Fell: Don’t fall for fad diets that demonize certain food groups. Carbs and gluten aren’t evil. Just stay away from processed food and instead focus on foods that are in their natural forms. Ex. Apples, not applesauce. But treat yourself every once in a while.
  • Eric Cressey: Keep up the protein: No all calorie-cutting is created equal.  It’s important to keep getting sufficient protein in, even if you’re simultaneously cutting carbohydrates or fat.  Protein has a load of benefits that’ll help your progress along, so treat it accordingly!
    Eric Cressey: Keep up the protein: No all calorie-cutting is created equal. It’s important to keep getting sufficient protein in, even if you’re simultaneously cutting carbohydrates or fat. Protein has a load of benefits that’ll help your progress along, so treat it accordingly!
  • Marc Perry: While variety is the spice of life, as you are changing
your eating habits, we recommend our clients focus on a handful of
predetermined meals and snacks to make healthy food choices easier. Over
time, more variety can be added, but initially, less variety = better adherence.
    Marc Perry: While variety is the spice of life, as you are changing
    your eating habits, we recommend our clients focus on a handful of
    predetermined meals and snacks to make healthy food choices easier. Over
    time, more variety can be added, but initially, less variety = better adherence.
  • Dan John: Its okay to skip a meal or two or three. Fasting is as old as humanity and seems to teach us the difference between simple hunger and physical starvation.
Supplements are meant to supplement. Try for better meals, quality sleep and some movement before adding anything else.
    Dan John: Its okay to skip a meal or two or three. Fasting is as old as humanity and seems to teach us the difference between simple hunger and physical starvation.
    Supplements are meant to supplement. Try for better meals, quality sleep and some movement before adding anything else.
  • Travis Stoetzel: Simple rule for carbs = eat them right after a workout for the most benefit
    Travis Stoetzel: Simple rule for carbs = eat them right after a workout for the most benefit
  • Kelli Calabrese: a nutritional cleanse once a week will fast from things that can be difficult to digest such as meat, dairy and some grains. On this day find a quality cleanse drink and stick with fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts to supplement.
    Kelli Calabrese: a nutritional cleanse once a week will fast from things that can be difficult to digest such as meat, dairy and some grains. On this day find a quality cleanse drink and stick with fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts to supplement.
  • Mandy Ingber: Go nuts! Organic nuts like almonds, walnuts, pepitas, even cashews are a great snack during the day. They are satisfying and fill you up in less than a handful. If you can avoid sugars, it is best for a clean diet.
    Mandy Ingber: Go nuts! Organic nuts like almonds, walnuts, pepitas, even cashews are a great snack during the day. They are satisfying and fill you up in less than a handful. If you can avoid sugars, it is best for a clean diet.
  • Nick Tumminello: Reduce weight with high-carbohydrate intake: there are several studies showing weight reduction with ad libitum (eating when hungry without counting calories), high-carbohydrate intakes. These studies  validate the importance of calories for fat loss over the hate of carbohydrates.
    Nick Tumminello: Reduce weight with high-carbohydrate intake: there are several studies showing weight reduction with ad libitum (eating when hungry without counting calories), high-carbohydrate intakes. These studies validate the importance of calories for fat loss over the hate of carbohydrates.

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