Those who are successful at fat loss know their body well and how it responds to nutrition and training. The 3 Keys to Fat Loss is an in-depth fat loss guide with advice and information on nutrition, supplementation, and training for effective and successful fat loss.
The first step to successful fat loss is to set a goal. Your goal should follow the principles of SMART goal-setting.
Once you have set your goal, then you need to look at your nutrition. Your diet should be individualized for you, to ensure that you get the results that you want in the timeframe that you want them. Your diet should follow the principles of adequacy, balance, energy control, nutrient density, moderation, and variety.
The last piece of the fat loss puzzle is exercise. Your exercise programme should follow the FITT and SOAP principles; and include resistance training (2-4 times weekly), cardio (predominantly in the form of high intensity sessions), and flexibility (to aid your joints and muscles).
Find out how to calculate your Maintenance energy requirements, so that you can put together the best nutrition plan possible for you to achieve your fat loss goals.
Discover the three keys of fat loss: Goal setting, lifestyle nutrition, and training incorporating resistance and cardiovascular work; and learn how to apply them to maximize your fat loss or break through plateaus.
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