4 Turbocharged Weight Loss Tips + FAQ

“How to lose weight fast?”

That is a question I get on a daily basis from both the readers of my website as well as from the clients that I work with. In today’s day and age people want results and they want them ten minutes ago. We are so conditioned to get what we want right when we want it; what with instant messaging, instant downloads, etc.

In this article I am going to break down some common ways for you to learn how to lose weight fast. I am going to throw some quick and easy tips at ya, and gonna answer some very commonly asked questions I get regarding fat loss in general.

A word of caution before we get started: Learning how to lose weight fast is not for everyone.

The reality is this: It is going to take work. Dedication. And a commitment to seeing beyond setbacks and failures. If you are looking for some quick, silver bullet solution to your weight loss than you came to the wrong place.

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Wanna know what the most powerful thing you can do for your weight loss right now is? It’s the first thing you should do, long before buying a gym membership or a diet plan. First thing is first, you need to learn how to-

1. Be Straight with Yourself. To take an honest, no-holds barred look at the way you are living your life. What you are eating, how much you are eating, what type of exercise you are getting, and how much. Also, you need to learn how to properly set your weight loss goals.

Okay, back to what I was saying…

It’s critical for you to assess where you are at right now.

This is the first thing I ask my clients before I even ask them what their weight loss goals are. Over the next Biotox few days, write down exactly what you are eating. Keep a log of when you eat, what type of exercise (if any) you are getting, and even your stress and rest levels. Note what time of day you were feeling most lethargic and/or stressed.

Having this Point A is critical to understanding what kind of changes you need to make to your life. Often having our past behavior written out in front of us makes it seem more real to us, and it also gives you the opportunity to take a more objective perspective of what your diet and fitness routine looks like.

2. Don’t Be Afraid to Plan. Many people fall back into their old habits because it is convenient and comfortable.

Look, eating properly is not going to a cinch. But it can be easy to manage your food prep time (and even save you a butt-ton of money) if you plan ahead. This could mean cooking all of your meals for the week on a Sunday afternoon. Generally doesn’t take longer than 90 minutes, and then you don’t have to worry about bupkis for the rest of the week.

3. Log and Monitor Your Diet and Exercise. This is my favorite tip, and is something that many trainers don’t talk about. (Yes, even some of the trainers at my home gym. Sigh.) Not only does it take only a couple minutes per day to update, but it is a powerful motivational tool to be wielded on those days when you feel your motivation sagging.

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