Cracking The Fat-Loss Code

June 23, 2008

Cracking The Fat-Loss Code by Outsmarting Your Metabolism and Conquer the Diet Plateau
is a new book by Wendy Chant, MPT, SPN. With this book you can lose up to 25 pounds and keep it off by breaking the fat-loss code.

10 Keys to Fat-Loss Success
1. Set realistic short-term goals.
2. Short-term goals should lead you to long-term goals
3. Set a training schedule and stick to it
4. Listen to your body.
5. Constantly challenge yourself.
6. Devise your own personal definition of success.
7. Believe in yourself.
8. Surround yourself with a team of positive people who motivate you to succeed.
9. Make planning the most important part of your program.
10. Realize that “life” happens, enjoy each day, and know that life is magnificent.

http://www.diet.com/dietblogs/read_blog.php?title=Cracking+The+Fat-Loss+Code&blid=10712

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3 Best Ways to Keep Workingout

May 22, 2008

Join a club, contest or get a personal trainer.
Some people need that push from “Friends” to keep their wishes to come true. If this sounds like you do it. Do whatever it takes to keep to momentium going.

Discover the real “REASON” why you want to workout and focus on that goal. You might want to loose that gut so you can look great for the beach this summer. You might pick running, swimming, weight-training, ect… You didn’t start exercising to run, swim, lift, ect; you started exercising to loose weight. Figure out what exercise fits best you your real reason of motivation.  Do what you like, remember, the real reason why you want to change.  Their are many ways of getting to what you want. 

Now you have workout friends and are focusing on the real reason why you are working out now you have to “Plan” your workouts. No one plans to fail but many fail to plan and never hit their goals.  Keep your plan simple.  If you want to loose fat write down how much you want to loose, why you want to loose it and when it will happen.  Write down a workout plan. eg. Mon, Wed, Fri = Aerobics 60 minutes, Tues, Thur = Weight-training 45 minutes,

Just keep it simple and enjoy the journey.

Dan Gilliland