3 Principles to Lose Fat Permanently

lose fat permanently

Many people want to lose fat, but many also fail in their fat loss efforts. They followed a diet program and lost weight in the beginning, but then ended up gaining their weight back. They fail to lose fat permanently.

In a 1959 study of 100 obese individuals, Albert Stunkard and Mavis McLaren-Hume found that after 2 years of treatment, only 2 percent maintained a weight loss of 20 pounds or more.

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8 Benefits of Weight Training for Women

benefits of weight training for women

Through many years, experts have established very convincing arguments about the benefits of weight training for women. But the number of women who take this suggestion seriously is nonetheless low.

A lot of women shy away from weight training because they mistakenly believe weight training will make them bulky. That’s why many women spend most of their gym time on cardio, and less time using weight that challenges their bodies.

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8 Tips to Beat Exercise Boredom

exercise boredom

Are you getting bored of your workout? Are you thinking of excuses when the time to hit the gym comes? If yes, then you may suffer from exercise boredom.

Maybe you could use a little help to freshen up your training program and bring back the challenge. You’re not alone. Many gym-goers have lifted themselves to greater achievements, yet still suffer from a bad case of exercise boredom.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Avoid Extreme Diet

extreme diet

Have you ever been on an extreme diet where you lose weight rather quickly at first, but over time it become harder to lose weight and it become very difficult to stick with your diet because the hunger pangs intensify?

Many popular weight-loss diets call for very low calories: 800 to 1,200 per day or less for women and 1,500 to 1,800 per day or less for men.

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Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss: Set Your Goal Right

Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss

Did you know that you can be both skinny and fat at the same time?

This might be counter-intuitive, but it’s true. A client of us weighed 55.5 kg (around 121 pounds) but had a 33.8 percent body fat. She was in her late 30s. If we use the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM) body fat guidelines, her body fat was below average even if she was slim.

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