Here’s what Madison missed: Body weight and fat deposition are not just a product of food quantity and miles spent on the treadmill. It’s what we eat, when we eat it, and how we exercise that can add up to meaningful weight loss and lasting changes to our bodies. And the sooner we recognize these facts, the sooner we can start making real progress and feeling a sense of accomplishment and forward motion…the kind that can bring on a positive spiral of motivation and energy.
Let the old habits go.
If endless treadmills and tiny meals aren’t working, they aren’t working. This year, it’s time to push those habits off the table and try something new. It’s time for a fact-based, science-based, nutrition-focused approach to body sculpting and better living.
Less isn’t the answer; in fact, like Madison, you may be incorrectly cutting foods from your diet that are actually supporting your goals. And you be adding presumed “healthy” foods that are actually harmful toxins and holding you back. The same applies to your exercise routine. An expert can help you find ways to spend less time in the gym while actually improving your results.