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6. You must want to lose weight.
Most people assume that being involved in an activity means that they actually want to do it. Many people busy themselves finding greatest miracle weight loss cure or trying out every fad but never really achieving anything. Subconsciously, they do not want to lose weight, but appearance of busy effort allows them to gain affection or acceptance by loved ones, peers and their own inner selves!
7. A Nutrition plan that reflects personal individuality.
When we buy clothes, especially expensive ones, we always insist on having it tailored to our size. Sometimes, sleeve may be too long but chest perfect fit. That is why stores have many different labels to suit different body size and shapes. Similarly, food we eat should also be tailored to our body, not just in terms of size (calories) but also in terms of design. Nutrition programmes need to first assess and categorise our body type or blood type or metabolic type (not limited to these categories), before any recommendations can be made.
8. The plan should never come with food restriction.
Yes unbelievable! Most of my clients are shocked when I advise this to them. It is an accepted fact that all diets mean that you have to give up on your favourite foods. This is totally untrue and will in fact destroy sustainability of programme. We are creatures of greed; we always want what we cannot have. That is hardwired into us. Hence, command not to eat a particular food will conversely create a greater demand for it. The correct technique should be learning to manage urge, rather than suppressing it.
9. It must have a component that includes aerobic walking or jogging.
Ultimately, our body thrives to walk, jog and run, that is our basic function as human beings. For many overweight people, this function has been dormant and numbed for too long. Aerobic walking or jogging is essential to any weight loss programme because it gradually helps your body to adjust to change in weight load as you slim down. Swimming or carrying weights in an aerobic fashion is not a substitute because whole body is not engaged in activity.
10. The programme MUST be sustainable relative to your daily workload and commitments.
You cannot and should not embark on a quad weekly (4 times a week) get slim course if you already have to juggle two jobs and a family. Firstly, it is absolutely impossible for you to sustain hectic schedule in long run. Secondly, it would create a phobia within you, framing your mindset that weight loss is a strenuous and painful event. A healthy lifestyle is a fun activity that should preferably involve your family and loved ones, last thing you would ever want to do is to sign up for a programme that is too daunting to complete.
Some Useful Resources
The Benefits of Water (One of best resources around) – http://www.watercure.com A Fantastic Muscle Building Programme – http://www.precisiontraining.com A Bloody Type Diet System – http://www.dadamo.com A Metabolic Type Diet System – http://www.turnuptheheat.com A Health & Weight Loss System that contains all 10 of these core points plus more – http://phenogy.com
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The author, Winston Ng, is an avid peak performance coach and CEO of Phenogy Health Advisors Pte Ltd, based in Singapore. His Health Consultancy programmes are renowned worldwide for their efficiency, simplicity and independent unbiased advice. The Phenogy Health Concierge™ is unparalleled internationally in providing cutting edge Natural Health Alternatives to the busy individual. Email Winston Ng and his Coaches at firstname.lastname@example.org.