If it’s not “New Year’s Resolutions” it’s the “Summer Shred” or something else, the peer pressure and body shaming can be unrelenting. I do notice how the media and companies promote their products to ignite a desire within people. I’m a part of that just by stepping into the fitness arena be it by what I wear in the gym or the things I post on the internet, it all goes to shape how other people choose to live their lives and what they think of themselves.
Losing weight isn’t science for some people but for others it’s harder than building a spaceship and that’s nothing to be sad about. In this post I will break down the ways you can implement to lose your desired weight and keep it off.
When the time comes around to set the table and knockback your favourite munch you may be under the illusion that the size of the pie is what counts i.e. the more you eat the worse-off you’ll be when you step on the scales. And in reality how much you eat of can have negative effects on how you feel about yourself, what the scale says and so on, but what you put into your body should be the first thing you think about.
Without the help of those closest to you, without their understanding and cooperation, you may find yourself moving in slow motion if not going round in circles when it comes to making diet changes and increasing your levels of exercise.
Losing weight isn’t easy for anyone and the extra weight you’re carrying around may be taking its toll on your mind and body in different and negative ways, that’s what I’m here to help you overcome. I’m also on a weight-loss journey and I can relate to men that find it hard to stay focused on a programme of eating – the stress of work and many other factors can affect our desire although we know deep down that weight-loss is necessary.