“I’m doing everything right, but I’m still not losing weight. What’s going on?”
As a consultant, I have seen this many times. And it almost always comes down to one of the following five reasons.
In this video, I revealed the 5 Mistakes You Might Be Making When Wanting To Lose Weight. These five reasons can definitely hinder your weight loss progress, but if you are aware of them, you can avoid them and will improve your chances of success.
Watch the full video below:
We all know we need to exercise more and eat less to lose weight. But if you’re doing that already why is it difficult to lose weight?
Mistake #1: You’re waiting for the right time and you’re putting off your health goals.
There’s never a right time. You’re never going to feel ready and you need to do it anyway! Especially if you don’t feel like it these days. Don’t wait for some magical moment when you feel ready like New Year’s Eve or a summer trip. Motivation doesn’t show up every day but commitment and consistency are what’s required. Write this down! Decide what you want and take action now.
Mistake #2: Eating too much and too frequently.
The recommendation to eat breakfast every morning is outdated Same with the advice to eat every few hours to keep your metabolism going. This will lead to eating way too many calories.
In fact, studies show blood sugar levels and hunger decreased while the metabolic rate increased in those who consumed 3 versus many meals daily!
Studies also found that when you skip breakfast, you’re eating 400 fewer calories for the day overall, which I recommend.
Leave a comment below if you’ve tried intermittent fasting
Mistake #3: WEEKENDS are your WEAK-end.
This always used to be my biggest weight-loss enemy. It was easier for me to eat clean during the week, work out, and stay focused.
But the weekend is when many of us have a little too much fun. You have more drinks, less working out, or brunch or events.
Has this ever happened to you?
It is amazing how much work can be undone in just two days.
People that lose weight quickly and consistently don’t take the weekends off. Remember consistency is key!
Stay focused through the weekend and you will be fine next Monday one cheat meal is better than a full cheat day! Stay consistent!
Mistake #4: You are trying to do it alone.
All the research shows that the hardest way to lose weight and get in shape is to try and do it alone.
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Mistake #5: Not measuring your progress.
Eating healthier foods is a good weight loss strategy. However, you may still be eating more calories than you need to lose weight.
Also, if you’re not keeping track you may not be getting the right amount of protein and other essential nutrients, to support your weight loss efforts.
Studies prove that tracking activity and what you eat can help you get an accurate picture of your calories consumed vs. expended, as well as provide accountability
Remember, you are the CEO of your health. If you’re trying to lose weight, consistency over time will give you the best results. If you still aren’t making progress it might be time to ask for help.
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