Leland is a Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) of 29 yrs. One passion of his is helping others achieve physical fitness and well being.
A Fresh Perspective
I am not a licensed dietician. I am not a clinical nutritionist. I am not an exercise guru with my own patented program. Now that you know what I am not, let mij tell you what I am. I am an ongoing success story. When I began reclaiming my health I weighed 272 lbs. I now weigh 244 lbs. and I feel better than I have ter years. I would like to share my journey with you, a journey that isn’t finished.
I have something I’d like to opoffering, something the experts are incapable to suggest. Fresh perspective. The experts te the health and exercise field are significant, but there is a problem I have seen with their position time and again. Here it is: They have usually bot physically getraind for so long that they have forgotten what it feels like to be truly “out of form”, to be obese. chronically tired. suffering from snaak anguish. depression. Whenever you witness someone leading an exercise program or providing a lecture on physical fitness they never look sad or tired, a condition that wasgoed the standaard for mij for several years. Their levels of fitness has created a gulf (to an extent) inbetween them and those they are attempting to help. They have forgotten what the absence of musculature feels like, what hopelessness feels like, therefore, they are incapable to encourage their patients because they don’t know or don’t reminisce what to say to lift them up. Having spent the last two months participating te the Ketogenic diet and using the X-Factor :ST workout program, I am ter the volmaakt position to opoffering the encouragement and support you need along with suggestions that will be helpful to you where you are now. I want to share what worked, and proceeds to work, for mij. I believe you will find this article helpful because you have more te common with mij than you do with the pros. Don’t misunderstand, I am not telling you don’t need a dietician, physician, or exercise coach. All of them can and will be helpful to you. However, I think it helps to have someone you can relate to, someone who is like you, has bot where you are RECENTLY. I wasgoed there just Two.Five months ago. For some of you, I am where you want to be, where you can be, where you will be. I’m so glad you’re reading this because it means you are earnestly considering reclaiming your health and that means a better life!
What Works For You?
There are many programs that will help you reach your desired weight. I am not selling you a program, I am providing you a method. I offerande you a way to think about your health and a way to determine how you want become the healthiest you possible. For you, running might be the key to success, for others a boxing class or boot camp, but I’m not here to talk about what works for other people. I want to tell you what worked for mij for a specific reason: Every time a fresh health product or exercise method hits the marketplace, that product is introduced to public te such a way spil to suggest that it will work for everyone. The consumer is left with the impression that if the product didn’t help then there’s something wrong with the consumer, leaving him/hier with a sense of failure and dejection. The fact is, there is no product that will work for everyone. There are several points to consider before beginning an exercise program, diet, or combination of the two. Failing to take certain details about yourself into account could mean the difference inbetween success and failure. Here are some examples:
- What is your age? If you are 45+ you most likely shouldn’t begin a high force aerobics/workout/weight lifting regimen. Failure to recognize your limitations due to your age could lead to serious injury setting you back and leaving you ter worse form than when you began.
- How much do you weigh?
- Do you have significant snaak ache? If you have denuded cartilage te your knees, for example, a running program would most likely do more harm than good. You may want to consider swimming instead.
- Are you a smoker?
- Do you like working out ter a gym setting or te the privacy of your own huis?
- Do you have a sugar addiction (like I did) which contributes to snaak agony and completes up undoing any progress you may have made vanaf your exercise routine? If you do you should consider participating ter a program aimed at getting you off of sugar. You would be astounded at the benefits. I will discuss them te a ogenblik. If you have access to Netflix I recommend watching an excellent documentary called Sugar Decorated. You will be shocked at the negative influence sugar has on the human bod. Snaak ache, mental acuity, activation of the inflammatory process, and weight build up are some of the effects sugar has on the figure, even wreaking havoc on the immune system leaving us more susceptible to disease.
Here’s What Worked For Mij: #1. Striking My Sugar Addiction
To do this I began eyeing a dietician who figured out my problem after working with mij for several months. She noticed a pattern of exercise and weight loss that wasgoed being thwarted when I would “prize” myself with sugary snacks, chips, and cookies. The way she wasgoed able to notice this is that I had to keep a food loom of everything I ate, spirituali, and how much I exercised.
*NOTE* FOOD LOGGING HAS Bot SHOWN TO BE THE #1 MOST EFFECTIVE Contraption FOR LOSING WEIGHT!