by on March 13, 2019

Many people who lose weight wind up accumulating the weight that they've simply lost and sometimes collect more than what they've

lost. This is a result of several factors such as lack of motivation, lack of devotion, negative self beliefs and reverting back
to poor habits.

What exactly do you need to do to lose weight effectively and keep it off for life? Seek support. Seek support from family,

friends, mentors and co-workers as well as professional assistance from a personal trainer, psychologist or life trainer if you
could afford it. The combination of support and the ideal exercise will most likely help you to lose weight.

The Science behind shedding weight 

One pound of fat takes approximately 3500 calories to burn. It's possible to realistically lose 1 pound (0.45kg) of fat in a week.

You also need to note that not only will you shed fat you will also build muscle which will definately help you to eliminate those
last few pounds. Many people have experienced that losing those last few pounds is much harder than when they first started losing
weight. This is due to consuming a lot of calories that are desperately needed to the new muscle tissue to work with. There is a
fine line between consuming a lot of calories and too many calories. For the first month or two of losing fat you need to consume
500 calories less than your everyday calorie needs.


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