2019… The year you fail again ?
So the first day of the new year, everyone is excited about starting their NEW YEAR-NEW ME routine
Yet there will be 1000’s if not 10,000’s of people already just a few hours in failing on their NEW YEAR-NEW ME routine
Whether that be no Alcohol for January
Or planning to get in some sort of shape this year
For the simple reason of…. It’s just easier not to change
And I have to have this argument with many people all the time
You see losing weight is actually much easier than gaining weight
Weight loss is all about burning more calories then you consume
Weight gain is about consuming more calories then you burn
So if you eat nothing… The weight is 100% guaranteed to fall off
Yet gaining weight is much harder
Because you have to eat more than you burn
Breathing burn calories, brushing your teeth burns calories
Even sleeping burns calories
So how do you lose weight?
Without starving yourself or spending hours in the gym
You take back control
You take control of what you eat
You take control of how much you move
Over a 7 day period, you need to be 3500 calories less to lose just a 1 pound ?
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