We all think that losing weight is simply doing more exercise
and eating better food.
Well, yes and no…
Whether if you are losing your love handles or not, it will all
be a result from whether you are in a caloric deficit or not. But
then, what is a caloric deficit ?
A caloric deficit is '' eating less food than what your body needs'' in that way it will use it's own stock of energy to make up for it , hence, inducing a fat loss.
Eat more than what your body needs then you are putting on weight, eat less than what your body needs then you will lose weight . As simple as that!
I know what you are thinking now! How do I know if I am in a caloric deficit?
Firstly, during your goal session, we are measuring your height, age, weight, and body type.
Then we are doing a bioscan that measures your lean body mass
and fat mass, setting up goals you want to achieve then
an effective training plan identifying what your daily activities
are to finally end up with your recommended macronutrients
Calories divide into all sorts of groups, the main 3 we are always looking at is Carbohydrates, which 1 grams equals to 4 calories , Proteins that equals to 4 calories for 1 gram as well and then Fats with 9 calories a gram.
Now comes the answer: Food tracking on the
MyVision app, planning your food from Breakfast to Dinner, knowing
exactly how much food you are putting into your body, following
your daily macronutrients goal.
If you do not measure it, you cannot manage it!
Then why should you plan your food?
Coming with a food plan will allow you to have certainty about
what to eat and do during the week to avoid any stress about what
you are going to eat the following day , also helps your trainer to
review it in advance so he can make agree or make recommendations
to better food choices .
If you were a soccer player with the purpose of winning a match , would you have more chances of winning if you had an effective game plan ?
70% percent of your results will come through your nutrition, the other 30% is from exercise but it requires 100% dedication.*Disclaimer: Individual results vary based on agreed goals. Click here for details.