Friday, June 7, 2019

The Guaranteed Best Weight Loss Program : 2. Determine commitment boundaries :

The Guaranteed Best Weight Loss Program : 2. Determine commitment boundaries
↪ 1. Identify what you REALLY want
2. Determine commitment boundaries :
This concept is perhaps the most important of all. I have seen people spend thousands of dollars on weight loss programs only to abandon that effort just days into the program. They over-committed themselves and were not able to follow through. Every weight loss program has a few things in common. Each of these things will vary from program to program, but the basic components remain:

    Frequency - how often you must workout
    Intensity - how much effort and intensity you must put into your program
    Time - how much time you must exercise each workout
    Type - the type of exercise(s) you will be doing during a program

This actually has a common name. We in the fitness industry call this the F.I.T.T principle. Beyond these basics which are usually associated with the exercise components of your program there will also be nutritional requirements to any quality weight loss program that fit perfectly into the same acronym:

    Frequency - describes how often you will eat each day
    Intensity - how rigid or lax your diet is
    Time - how long you must eat this way
    Type - the kind of food and nutrition methodology being used

These are going to be present in any well-developed weight loss program. Your success is dependent on what you are realistically willing and able to commit to with regard to each of these factors. Let's face it, purchasing a weight loss program does not guarantee success, you must follow the program to achieve results. For instance, if your program requires a very strict diet with seven days of intense exercise each week but you aren't a disciplined dieter and have never worked out before, this hypothetical program probably isn't the one that is going to serve your needs best. Perhaps you need a program that has a more developmental approach and allows you more food and exercise options.

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