Plans & Pricing
Are You Cutting It Fine?
March 21, 2017
Want To Build a Booty? Build it.
March 7, 2017
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff.
Cardio and Building Muscle?
February 21, 2017
Struggling To Grow?
February 13, 2017
Eating Healthy for Fat Loss?
February 9, 2017
Shaving for Fat Loss? Hear me out...
February 6, 2017
ACCURACY or CONSISTENCY?
January 31, 2017
HIIT or Steady State Cardio?
January 30, 2017
Maybe it was you? You worked hard.
Shaving for fat loss?
Hear me out before you think I've gone mad.
When it comes to fat loss and nutrition, we often look to start a new diet, restrict certain foods, follow some sort of strict regime.
It's usually completely unnecessary.
We know for a fact, fat loss/weight loss comes down to this;
Calories in vs. Calories out.
Nothing drastic needs to happen.
Let's not go full blown keto, paleo, atkins, baby food, lettuce leaves or any other restrictive methods that'll be short lived.
It's unnecessary, unrealistic and unpleasant for a lot of us.
Instead let's take what you currently eat.
Quantify it and make adjustments. Job done.
Shave down a few calories here and there and make it sustainable and achievable.
Trim a few meals down.
50 calories from each meal
4 x day is 200 calories less each day.
1400 calories a week.
That's a decent calorie deficit to warrant weight loss.
At the end of the day, we know you'll be likely to stick to it as you're already doing it, we're just shaving off the edges. Make sense?
It's little things like;
Smaller portion of potatoes.
Use fry light oil instead of a massive teaspoon.
Choose 'lighter' options.
A meringue nest with flavoured yoghurt for desert instead of a Chocolate Sundae.
Zero Cal Jelly for the sweet tooth cravings.
Curry with naan bread and rice? Just choose one.
1 sugar instead of 2.
All these things will add up to creating less calories in meaning you WILL lose weight.
You can stick to it AND it'll achieve the end result we are after.
That's what we want, right?
If you're current situation isn't accounted for when given a diet plan, ask yourself, is this actually made for me?
Yes, as we get leaner and leaner we need to be more specific with the changes.
But if we aren't doing the above, there's no need to jump ahead and skip this step.
It's a step by step process.
Not all or nothing, all of the time.