Fort Worth Personal Trainer: Top 3 All-Time Best Tips for Losing Fat, Getting Fit, and Sticking With It (VIDEO)
“We are given a new day following each night so that we can choose to begin anew at ANY point in our lives. Change is a matter of choice not calendar.”
Some weight loss and fitness advice has truly stood the test of time.
And I don’t mean stupid advice you’ll only hear from someone who’s never struggled with their weight like “Eat less move more”.
No, not that kind.
Real, applicable, on the ground advice that I and other coaches have seen work over and over and over with clients who have struggles just like you.
Tip #1 Work out in the morning.
Research and our own finding have proven when you workout in the mornings you gain a strategic advantage.
The master key to exercise is consistency.
You will be more consistent (what else do you really have going on at 5:30am) when you train yourself to get up and get it done
You have more focus and fewer distractions in the morning.
Your metabolism is elevated the rest of the day and you tend to make better food choices.
You start your day with one in the win column. There’s nothing more satisfying than knowing you’ve done at least one thing for yourself before the rest of the world gets their piece of you.
IT JUST WORKS.
Tip #2 Eat 3 medium sized meals and some very healthy snacks (If you’re hungry).
Eating healthy comes down most of the time with one by one replacing one bad habit with a good habit over time.
This usually means first getting you out of the drive-thru and eliminating soft drinks and replacing them with
This basic out line of
Works time and time again.
Fill in each meal with a healthy choice and stick with it.
And keep in mind the healthy snack is only to hold you over until your next meal. It’s not a meal itself.
Here’s your 100 Best Foods List to get started with.
Tip #3 Work out 2-3 times per week and keep moving on your days off.
Yes, I can get 30 to 50 pounds off a client with as little as 2- 30 min exercise sessions per week.
But that’s not always ideal.
What you want is 2-3 focused workouts per week consistently.
When you’re over 35 like most of my clients, I say “A little something everyday”
Meaning 2-3 workouts and walking, running, cycling, a hobby/sport like tennis or soccer on the other days.
The real thing you’re training especially in the beginning isn’t even the exercise.
What you’re really building is the showing up habit.
The exercise is incidental.
Showing up and showing up and showing up again and again is the goal.
Because the only way to build that new habit is through consistency.
Building that habit so that it becomes uncomfortable NOT to exercise.
You’ll come to miss it when you don’t do it.
P.s. If you’re tired of being tired, clothes not fitting, confidence taking a hit.
WE CAN HELP.