Weight Loss Efficiency Ė 10 ways to make the most out of your gym workout!Written by Greg Ryan- Fitness Expert
My name is Greg Ryan. I am a high profile fitness expert, champion bodybuilder and best selling author. However, I didnít start out as one. I had to learn through class rooms and experience. There are no better teachers than exercising on floors of all those health clubs I visited for so many years.
I had no clue how to workout properly, how many reps, sets, minutes on a treadmill or foods to eat. But, I learned through trial and error. It amazes me how I have kept going consistently all these years coming from a non disciplined background. Here are ten things that have helped me lose weight more efficiently during each visit and have helped me keep going for twenty years straight:
1.Treat your time in gym as your quiet time for YOU! 2.Set a time frame each time you work out. Walk out if you are not finished! 3.Never do same workout more than twice in a row. Maybe just change order of a piece of equipment up.
98 Percent of Dieters Fail: A Sensible Lifestyle is the AnswerWritten by Josie Anderson
What Diet Industry Does Not Want You To Know: 98 Percent of Dieters Fail. 98 Percent of dieters either quit diet or are not able to keep weight off permanently. This is because diets are to restrictive and force people into cheating because their diet is not providing nutrition that body requires. Most diets require something to be cut out. Low Carb Diets require that you restrict carbs, body needs carbohydrates for energy thus if there is restrictive carb intake body will crave carb laden foods causing diet sabotage. Low fat diets require that you cut out fat, making people fear all fat believing that any fat is bad, and causing body to crave fat laden foods.
Why is diet industry going to set you up for failure and not tell you that you have a 98 percent chance that you will come crawling back to them yet once again. To get your money. Itís been estimated that $46 billion was spent on diet products and programs last year alone. The average diet plan cost over $80 dollars each week. If 98 percent didnít fail diet industry wouldnít be needed any longer. Nobody would be overweight and everybody would know what would work to lose weight.
Sports Nutrition: Lifestyle that is not a Diet
Have you seen an infomercial that has ever told you to listen to your body, eat what it needs and not force your body into craving foods that would cause fat storage because your starving it of essential nutrients? Probably not, because most information on sports nutrition is available for free and itís something that you do for a lifetime, not a diet you go on for a certain period of time then regain weight and then again hand over your wallet once more to somebody with latest promise that wonít say that 98 percent will be back again within five years.
Your body needs carbohydrates, your body does need fat. The key to losing weight is to eat a balanced diet and not to poison your body with junk food that is abundant in todayís world. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, complex carbohydrates, healthy fats and lean meats are staple of sports nutrition. Fueling your body to be able to perform what you require of it during day is what will help you lose weight.