Losing weight might not be easy, but scientifically it is simple. The calories you burn must exceed the calories you consume. This said, there are many ways people lose weight, and some are healthier than others.
It is important to make a distinction between losing weight and losing fat. As muscle has a higher density than fat, you could show up as heavier on the scales but in reality, have a smaller waistline, simply because muscle weighs more.
and often completely restrict you from your favourite foods, which only increases cravings, making it more likely that you quit your food plan entirely because of a midnight chocolate bar.
Focusing on making healthier choices long term and creating a balanced nutrition plan, in combination with a regular exercise routine, suited to your body and your needs is crucial, in order to maintain weight loss.
particularly without much non cardio-based exercise, it is normal to have loose skin around your body. This may discourage you, as you might feel that even with all this work and weight loss you are still unhappy with how your body looks. Building muscle is a crucial part of toning up excess skin. Exercises such as weight training, or HIT, are particularly effective at maximising muscle gain and fat loss simultaneously.
and work with you to develop a sustainable health routine, combining diet, non-exercise movement and exercise, encompassing weight-loss and muscle gain, as well as overall health and fitness, to help you not only look better, but also feel better.